1973 - 1974

Director: George F. Kramer

Assistant Coach: Joseph Murray

Officer Body

  • President: Leslee Carpenter
  • Vice President: Jim Lamont
  • Secretary: Marc Fisher
  • Treasurer: Joe Vrzalik
  • Historian: Tim Low

Award Recipients

  • Rings - Fred Altiere, Jinx Altiere, Rick Bradley, Ron Coulson, Marc Fisher, Tim Low, and John Manzari
  • Best Female Trouper: Leslee Carpenter
  • Best Male Trouper: Ken Friedman

All That Jazz

The Troupe was somewhat smaller that year, with forty-four members.  Dr. George Kramer continued on as Director, assisted by Joseph Murray.  

Leslee Carpenter became the first female trouper to serve as President of the Troupe.

Home Show that year hearkened to the past.  

"The Roaring Twenties--an era in American history which still captures everyone's curiosity with its amazing vitality, social change and invention.  The Twenties was filled with glitter, glamour, flappers, speak-easies and a tremendous feeling of energy and life.  Come with us tonight as we relive the carefree, vibrant days of the Jazz Age as we present "Razz-Ma-Tazz and all that Jazz". 
- 1974 Home Show Program

    The show featured the women on the Balance Beam as Flappers, who started their act doing a Charleston type dance on the beam.  The men on rings represented a somewhat more dark aspect of the era, the Mafia.  The show ended with Women's Synchronized Balancing representing "Women's Suffrage".

Itinerary

  • Calvert Senior High School
  • Arbutus Junior High School
  • Robinson High School
  • College of William and Mary
  • Brandywine High School
  • Shugart Junior High School
  • Fort Hunt High School
  • North Hagerstown High School
  • Magruder High School
  • Dundalk Senior High School
  • Radford College
  • Home Show