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1979 Prancing J-Settes. Mrs. Worthy was the only one wearing the wrist white gloves.
She's wearing the white gloves because of the uniform she has on. The others are wearing the arm gauntlets that goes with the uniform they are wearing. They had certain uniforms that they wore the white gloves.
Stuntboi06, the J-Settes didn't wear white wrist gloves every games. They wear them only whey they were appropriate with the color of the uniform.
Correct, as I stated above it was dependent upon which uniform they wore, because some of their uniforms came with wrist/arm gauntlets that they wore.
Honrae chile be gone!! What dance shoes? lol Let's not get back on the subject of copy hunni lol Now move on back along and play nicely.
THE DOLLS are the originators of nothing. The End
OMG when will the "who copied who" debates ever end??? Year in and year out, there are debates back and forth about who did what first. The only originators are the creators of the fabric and catalog designs and Jesus. There isn't a squad in existence that hasn't taken concepts from another squad, whether it be in a joking fashion or not. By the way, the squads are looking good this year.
Oh, by the way, here is a photo of LSU's dance auxiliary "Ballet Corps" in 1961- they made their debut in 1959. It was the mother troupe of the present LSU "Golden Girls." Note the short white gloves.
LSU Golden Girls
Source of photos (photo captions included)
Yep going to go ahead and shut this one on down. Go Dolls Go Settes!!