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November 13, 1982 - Image 5

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Bob Seymour (left) and Bob Stoick practice a dive for their
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What does it take to be a cheerleader at
Michigan? Partly clownlike humor, partly foot-
ball enthusiasm and mostly gymnastic skill.
The 11-man squad practices three times a
week but practice consists of a couple of hours of
fun and; games that closely resemble grade school
recess. Nevertheless, responsibility and dedication Rod Stablein shows hi g reat form during practice.
take over sooner or later and the game-time per-
formance comes off as both professional and
spontaneous.

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Photos by LISA CHRISTIE

Getting the timing just right takes hours of rehearsal.

Gymnasts have to be able to walk on their hands too.

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