“The Incoming Freshmen” Prep Football 1979 Santiago High School vs Nogales

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August 1979 – Garden Grove California – it was the first game of the year for the new Incoming freshman team of Santiago a mix of kids from seperate Jr Highs who worked and prepared that hot summer for the very first tackle football game of their lives and for some it seemed like the last.

The core of the team had played football before but Santiago had members who had never before that summer participated in a tackle football game.

These brave young men were the concentration of both coaches and players to toughen them up and get them ready for the first day of their lives.

Up to that point in the lives of the young CAVS everything had been chivalrous except when pads came on.

When pads came on the key members of the team would see to it, that going to easy on the new players  would hurt them, but among us, despite the clashing of young cavaliers there was respect between the stronger and the weaker team members  who their earned the respect of everybody surviving a very tough prep summer high school football training camp that would get them ready for this game the very first game of their long lives.

The opposing team walked off the bus catching Santiago off guard and still in their calisthenic lines.

The incoming team was an imposing sight from Nogales in East Los Angeles with all the bells and whistles and future track stars and champions and it felt like death had arrived at Santiago.

The Cavaliers remained discipline in their columns on this hot summer day in a very uncelebrated game without fans in the bleachers and nothing but hot summer sun and turf to test the resolve of  Santiago’s incoming freshmen football team.

Then what seemed like a nightmare occurred as Nogales walked right through the columns where the CAVS were exercising.

This was something that had not ever happened to me one of the teams captains or even the most seasoned of Cavaliers who grew up playing tackle football through POP Warner and Jr.  all-American football whose experiences did not prepare for them for this act of intimidation.

Most of the Cavaliers if not from Western Junior High, were Spartans from Dr. Leroy Doig Middle school.

And as former Spartans – which several of us  were – this was not acceptable,  but thankfully no fights broke out except till end of the game but it was stopped before it got worse.

That stunt pulled by Nogales to Intimidate the Cavaliers on their own turf, ended up in a 50 point rout in favor of the Santiago Cavaliers before a disgruntled member of the Nogales squad tried to start of fight which got broken up.  The Following year’s most valuable player Mike Kapawai led the running attack and linebackers John Dubois and David Gutierrez led the defense.  Mark McGarrh threw for 6 touchdown passes and over 200 yards.

(Photograph) United States-Department of Education Images high School Santiago-Cavaliers. The Undefeated Garden Grove League  Jr Varsity Champions 1980 almost the same team who played together as Freshman.

The following year when the 1980 Santiago Cavalier Jr varsity  visited Nogales in East L.A. they remained quiet taking care of business and routing the team once again Mark McGarrh throwing another 4 Touchdown Passes that closed the books on two seasons against Nogales with total of 10 Touchdown passes in those two games only.

Despite another thrashing by Cavaliers own their own turf,  Nogales Kept their composure and won the respect of many players on the Cavaliers and my own expecting a close, hard-hitting  street-like  lighting-fast football game against a very formidable opponent the second time around.

Respect is important in all Sports and even in life, but when men conditioned differently by society and raised in less than Ideal circumstances – LIE and use political propaganda warfare to Intimidate the United States of America and then expect respect, it feels like death and that the end of the world has come much like the beginning of the most serious football game of my life.

Which brings us to a new arena and this game a game that has raised tensions in the United States of America and I hate that.

The only thing left to do in the situation we are left with today as Americans and servicemen and workers in the department of Justice in all branches, is to put aside any differences and rout our enemy with the truth and our pens and quills. 

We have to inundate society with truth and stop making TRUMP a false president.

Trump is not the president.

We (MUST) stop doing the will of our enemies, these people from oversees and enemies foreign and domestic – who must hate America and Americans for what they are doing.

My fellow Americans, you have the full support of the White House administration, Law  Enforcement,  The Armed Forces and the american people to be heroes and take back your own country or face shame and humiliation for falling to Trump-Obama Propaganda mind control-warfare waged on your minds by elements less than American.

Remember to control your media and stay away from ignorant people, stay away from Trump gatherings and political things and enemies foreign and domestic who care nothing for truth or the American way who daily try to arrange stumbling blocks in favor of central control by the newest and latest leaders of their criminal International organzation and fraternity.

It is time to finish what we have started and to take back the United States of America in Cyberspace and in all spaces and nothing less than first place is acceptable,

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have



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Meet Michael Joo, is a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow and creator of “Collective,”

Inspired by the migration patterns of Korean red-crowned cranes, Brooklyn-based artist Michael Joo (b. 1966, Ithaca, NY) has created a monumental installation specifically for the Freer|Sackler.

The birds’ movements are visualized as lines in space in this combination of painting, sculpture, photography, digital scanning, and printmaking, as Joo continues to blur boundaries between techniques and concepts.

On view for a year in the natural light-flooded Sackler pavilion, the installation will seem to shift with the seasons, complementing Joo’s interest in materials, perception, and the nature of change. This work is part of our ongoing Perspectives series of contemporary installations.

Michael Joo is a Korean American artist with a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and an MFA from Yale.

He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States and abroad. Joo represented South Korea at the 49th Venice Biennale in 2001 and was awarded the grand prize at the 6th Gwangju Biennale in 2006.

In 2012, Joo was a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow, studying 3D scanning and the relationship between art and technology.    The Smithsonian Institute.

Please do your best not to let anyone or anything engage your mind in any debate to protect Trump White Supremacy false control of the United States of America through Trump  videos.

Plan a trip to the White House if you wish to have some peace of mind about your real government.

It is as important to keep watch and be as religious in our own ways to keep this world free from murderous religious white supremacist men who pretend to be our masters through TRUMP OBAMA videos and many who are trying to continue in the traditions of their predecessors.      

Be vigilant and prayerful  and in all things think before speaking being reliable and responsible in your duties to home,  employer and each other and not perpetuating false information from Trump Obama Videos or their equivalency in any part of the world

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum  nom de Plume JC Angelcraft author of the Nine Needs all Humans Have



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