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Many people know that the Crossmen were formed in 1975 as a merger corps between two long-time southeast Pennsylvania rivals, the Keystone Regiment and the 507th Hornets. They may also know that the n

Phantom Regiment. Everyone else is competing for second place, IMO. Though I also like 27th Lancers for obvious reasons 

And to think that the name originally under consideration was the Rockford Rangers, a tribute to the proliferation of dutch elm trees throughout the city. Certain members, including Jim Wren, did not

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.................Cadets

.................men

................aires

................ettes

............... Knights ( Cavaliers-French, Caballeros-Spanish)

From Nome, Alaska: The Frigidaires

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2 hours ago, StarOrg said:

Les Chatelaines. Agreed. Needs a picture. 

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I thought for sure you were going to use this uniform pic:

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1 hour ago, Ghost said:

St. Rita's entered the CYO Nationals one year when it was held at Boston College.  Either there was a fence around the football field or the seats were real close to the field.  Whatever the reason, the corps said they could not march their routine and the head judge would not make any changes.  As the story was told to me, as the contest continued, you could see the tail and break lights of the St. Rita's busses heading up a small hill, heading home, and supposedly, they never competed again.

1973... their last season.

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2 hours ago, Fran Haring said:

The Ski Mask Cadets.

Yes, this corps did exist... for one performance, indoors, spring of 1981. . :laughing:

 

 It was reportedly a Corps better suited for outdoors,  & winters.

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54 minutes ago, denverjohn said:

 

From Nome, Alaska: The Frigidaires

 You kidding ? or for real? I'm guessing the former... haha

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3 minutes ago, BRASSO said:

 You kidding ? or for real? I'm guessing the former... haha

Just a joke. Could have been a great sponsorship back in the day.

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