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Volume 1, Nii'nber 1
SCHOOL SPIRIT r^^DED NOW
A schOD.Vs supDort of its fojitbail team means more ¦-Si::c^ i~u':;ils realize* All sr-Kitfii".3^ "tCricfc^rs, ar«^ paj'eT;:s shoul/i try to i.ttoi;.i X^i2 hr:iiooi^p ath- ier-lc eve."}!:?^ A large ch'. :;'iu^ section and a g^cst rufbtr cf anthus- ias.tic taiiS gives a team a greater feeling of con¬ fidence. CAHS*s vainty football team needs sup¬ port.
Martha Partee, a varsi¬ ty cheerleader, describes the school's support as "poor". "The students and teachers don't support their team like they should," Martha commented,
Patricia Roland, also a varsity cheerleader, was asked how she thought the students supported their team* She said. They don't!"
Students, teachers and parents are the ones who could be the deciding factors in a rough game. Nothing makes a player any better than to see and hear a few thousand yell¬ ing fans, cheering them on.
Come on, Attucksites! Let's support our football team.
Vote for your favorite !;andidates in the Student :)uncil election today!!!
Crispus Attucks High School
October 2, 196U
Head Coach Graham Martin (center) meets with his staff to Dlan Tiger strategy. Prom left to right are W. Mar¬ tin", D. Thanas, G. Martin, D. Oldam, and P. Montgonery
ATTUCKS FOOTBALL TEAM i^JEEDS YOUI
Our football team needs your support. How can they expected to play their level best when there*s hardly anyone in the bleachers cheering them onto victory?
All of us should work as team with slmiliar interest and one purpose. That is to win. "United we stand. Divided we Fall" is a quotation that certa±nly holds true^
Let's not leave our patroltism and enthusiam at school* Bring it to the game* We've got good cheerleaders and a good booster section, in addition to a fine foot¬ ball team. Let us all get behind our team and push it iio the top.
CRISPUS ATTUCKS FALL-.TO. PLACE IN CROSS COUNTRY MEETS
As cross cotmtry gets underway, Attucks failed to pla.ce in its second meet of the season, Wash¬ ington ..won .'first place.for the two-mile went, . In the Washington liivitaticaaai, the Continentals got off to a good start, but a lack of practice before the season caused them to tire quickly and fall be¬ hind.
The top ."from* schools were as follows: (1)'Wash¬ ington (2) Southport (3) Shortri^e (4) Arlington
Other schools partici¬ pating in the meet were: Warren Central, Bon Davi'fe, Broad Ripple, Manuei#.'
Attucks also lost one other event to Harry E, Wood High School,