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THE VOICE OF WILKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
VOLUME 3—No. 1
WILKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
OC7TOBER 1, 1972
VLADfB BROACH
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DEBBIE NICHOLS
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Cheerleaders
One af the more elite and
prestigious organizations of any
school has been conducting try
outs this past week. The or
ganization, the Wilkes Com
munity College Cheerleaders,
has been trying to reduce the
number of candidates to an ef
fective size for a squad. The
week of workout was climaxed
Tuesday in the Teaching Audi
torium when the members of
the 1972-73 Wilkes Community
College cheerleading squad
were announced.
According to the Student
Handbook the purpose of the
cheerleaders “is to promote
school spirit, conduct pep ral
lies, and support the team at
all games,” These conscien
tious students have at times al
most as difficult a job as the
team they support. They are
the ones who provide the spark
that ignites home crowds and
are the ones who add fire to
the team at all the away games.
The 1972-73 Wilkes Commun
ity College Cheerleaders will be
led by captain Elaine Broach, a
graduate of Wilkes Central,
who is currently a sophomore
enrolled in the College Trans
fer Curriculum. Elaine will be
assisted by co-captain Carlla
Triplett, also a sophomore in
the College Transfer area and
a graduate of Wilkes Central.
The third member of the squad
is Debbie Nichols, a June grad
uate of West Wilkes High and
another College Transfer stu
dent. And finally, the individ
ual who made this squad a
“first;” William Stevenson, a
graduate of Elkin High and
currently a sophomore taking
College Transfer courses. Wil
liam is the first male member
of a Wilkes Community College
Cheerleading squad.
To these students we, the
staff of the Cou^rar Cry extend
our congratulations. To you,
the student, we extend the re
quest that you give these dedi
cated individuals your support
at all pep rallies and games.
CARLLA TRIPLETT
CoCiptaiB
WILLIAM STEVENSON
BARBARA H. BARGHOTH
Adflsor
    

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