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A £ i i I ^ A I i £ i • 1 A H i fill J "J^ shiey Cross has a Ph. Cross, like many stu- dents at USL, also has a job— in addition to school and cheerleading. She said that she will be taking 1 8 hours in the fall, and cheerlead- ing will earn her an additional three hours credit for a grand total of 2 1 hours. They have to work, borrow, depend on parents, and struggle like many other students to earn their degrees. At many schools the cheerleaders are part of the athletic program, but here, we are under the U. USL may not consider its cheerleaders athletes, but Cross's athleticism extends to her hobbies."I don't know why but I do better the more hours I take," Cross said cheerfully The members of the cheerleading squad are given their shoes, uniforms and about $1 0 meal money when they are on the road. "I like to swim, ride my bike, work out when I can," she said laughing. I'm not a big partying per- son." Once you meet Ashley that's easy to believe.Hammonds checked the fragrance of every color-splashed bloom that caught her eye at the 1996 event."Flowers that grow in the subtropics have more smells," she said.The festival's youngest visitors weaved their own fantasies in the fairy-tale milieu. " squealed a 5-year-old girl while kneeling on the green vinyl grass to hug a life-sized gray cement rabbit that was ducking behind an impressive pot of pink hydrangeas.

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A £ i i I ^ A I i £ i • 1 A H i fill J "J^ shiey Cross has a Ph. Cross, like many stu- dents at USL, also has a job— in addition to school and cheerleading. She said that she will be taking 1 8 hours in the fall, and cheerlead- ing will earn her an additional three hours credit for a grand total of 2 1 hours. They have to work, borrow, depend on parents, and struggle like many other students to earn their degrees. At many schools the cheerleaders are part of the athletic program, but here, we are under the U. USL may not consider its cheerleaders athletes, but Cross's athleticism extends to her hobbies.

"I don't know why but I do better the more hours I take," Cross said cheerfully The members of the cheerleading squad are given their shoes, uniforms and about $1 0 meal money when they are on the road. "I like to swim, ride my bike, work out when I can," she said laughing. I'm not a big partying per- son." Once you meet Ashley that's easy to believe.

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