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Looking Back: Cheerleaders Repping the Y

Five young male cheerleaders from 1968 wear plaid pants and sweaters with a big
Courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UA 842 B-6 F-1 910.

This sweater-and-plaid-clad group of male cheerleaders in 1968 poses for a shot with Y Mountain in the background. In the 1960s varsity cheerleaders began using trampolines and acrobatics in their routines.

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