It featured The Pleasant Hill Rams -vs- the Clayton Valley Eagles.
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So-o-o, who won?
That looks like the old Kezar Stadium to me, I wonder if they played their Homecoming Game there?
Uhhh, no. Likely just a commercial image of a stadium used for the program, even in 1964.
my eye immediately focused on “YEA TEAM”.
I enjoyed the next few minutes researching Yea vs Yay…
Timelines of usage interesting…
ps: my spell check does not like: Yea
*as loud as you can holler*
PL.! PL! PLEA!
SA! SA! SANT!
P! L! E! A! S! A! N! T!
PLEASANT HILL! PLEASANT HILL!
PLEASANT HILL HIGH! YAAAAAAY!
Pleasant Hill had the best marching band cadence anywhere. It was written by Bob Soder.
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