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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
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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