Favorite Mid West Junior Corps that are no more  

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  1. 1. Favorite Mid West Junior Corps that are no more

    • Belleville Black Knights
      9
    • Wausau Story
      2
    • Racine Scouts
      2
    • Des Plaines Vanguard
      7
    • St. Paul Scouts
      3
    • Imperials of St Patrick
      2
    • Argonne Rebels
      20
    • Norwood Park Imperials
      2
    • Marquis
      1
    • Americanos
      3
    • Guardsmen
      11
    • Emerald Knights
      4
    • Valiant Knights
      0
    • SkyRyders
      29
    • CapitolAires
      2
    • Nee Hi's
      0
    • Precision Aires
      1
    • Royal Knights
      0
    • Oshkosh Warriors
      0
    • Nisei Ambassadors
      3
    • Sagannaires
      2
    • Others
      20


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so many to choose from......Argonne

Rivermen from Stillwater, MN and many others from the Twin Cities area.

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Keith!

You're right..too many choices. St. Pat's is still around, if you count the Pioneer.

Maybe you should have listed the Mariners...

I ain't voting, but it's gotta be Argonne or Osage for quality :huh: ...St. Paul and the "Freedom Floatilla" (Rivermen) for locals.

Nothing like a Sandy Opie hornline, even on the old Ultratone bugles.

Doug Denison arrangements, too.

Pat

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Argonne Rebels from what's listed.

Madison Jr. Scouts and Capitolaires should be on there.

Edit: Oops, I see the Jr. Scouts in an other poll.

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In the "No Midwest Favorite Poll?" thread I almost posted:

Because everyone hates to see Star of Indiana win.

I'm not sure why they would have been left out of this poll, given how successful they were (especially in comparison to most on the poll).

BTW - I was rooting for the late 80's Emerald Knights. They performed with an attitude that was as big as any full sized corps. Same could have been said for the short-lived Limited Edition.

Also - Northern Aurora deserves a mention.

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