This week's Take Me Back Tuesday picture is of the Kane High Majorettes from the pages of the 1975 Hurri-Kane. From left to right are: M. Stauffer, L. James, S. Kearney, S. Koza, J. Wolfgang, J. Bryant, K. Collin, D. Danielson, L. Micheau.
This week's Take Me Back Tuesday picture comes from the pages of the 1971 Hurri-Kane. Mr. Edward Bryant was Kane High's chemistry teacher, as well as the school's athletic director. He also was the advisor for the athletic association.
The latest stars of the Guinness World Records include the tallest female dog, the longest domestic cat and a man who has become the fastest runner on his hands upside down with a football between his legs.
It happens about as often as an eclipse. OK, maybe that's an exaggeration. In this
stat-astic video, see how often a college football team has started the preseason
number one and finished the season with a ticker tape parade.
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