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  1. #21

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats


    Yesterday, 11 June 2007, San Beda's Lion's Roar resonated inside the Arena.


  2. #22

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Pareng Lion, finals kayo ng La Salle sa Fil-Oil Pre-season Invitational Cup. Sino kaya sa inyo ng La Salle ang may mas malakas na "Lion's Roar?"

    Meron kaya ulit na gayahan ng cheer na mangyayari? Ok lang naman manggaya di ba basta aaminin lang na ginaya. ;D

  3. #23

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats




    Gamitin nang tuloy tuloy ang Indian Yell, Lion's Roar at Stand on the Grandstand. ;D

    Two words. Insitutional Memory.

    This we have.
    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  4. #24

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    DLSU sung the Lion's Roar (woooooo wooo oohhhh oohhh), but they were immediately stopped by the Red Army. Supalpal ang DLSU sa lakas ng Lion's Roar. ahihihihi. We were never out cheered by La Salle. hehehehehe

  5. #25

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Quote Originally Posted by SIMBA
    DLSU sung the Lion's Roar (woooooo wooo oohhhh oohhh), but they were immediately stopped by the Red Army. Supalpal ang DLSU sa lakas ng Lion's Roar. ahihihihi. We were never out cheered by La Salle. hehehehehe
    Great JOB, RED ARMY!! Show them how it's "ORIGINALLY" done. ;D
    Our fellowship will never cease!
    ANIMO SAN BEDA!

  6. #26

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    Kudos to the RED ARMY for asserting the INDIANNESS of the LION'S ROAR. Good job.

    Dovetailing lekiboy's comment, it is not just who originally used the Indian War whoop, but who has* been consistently PLAYING INDIAN around here.

    Tell us the relationship of your symbolism and chanting to the Native Americans. Tell us your lore.

    If there is none, then this is a* simple reminder to STOP PLAYING INDIAN* against the RED MEN. (For the* clueless, read our posts. The Wohooo, known to us as the Lion's Roar , is a variant of the romanticized Native American war chant.)

    If anyone from the other camp can deny the INDIANNESS of the Lion's Roar, we are open for a dialogue. Otherwise, I urge you to STOP PLAYING INDIAN* against us Bedans.(Does it mean they can use the Indian War Whoop in the UAAP? ahihihih I'm flexible with that provided there is an acknowledgement. Silence is acknowledgement in itself.;D )


    Umpa! Umpa! Umpa! beda beda beda fight fight fight! Hey Yu Kim Kum Kawa!

    Awowowowowowo!

    Woohoooooo! Woohooooooo! Woohoooooo!

    ;D

    COURAGE SAN BEDA! / ¡ÁNIMO SAN BEDA!
    Understand? / ¿Entiendes?

  7. #27

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Now, this was the other battle yesterday.* And this battle we won, morally, convincingly and undeniably.

    Even before the game started, the Red Army and the SBCA chanted the Lion's Roar twice. Nothing from La Salle.

    From game opening until the last 3 minutes of the game, San Beda chanted the Lion's Roar many times.* Still nothing from La Salle. D. H. Lawrence told us once: "Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you've got to say, and say it hot."

    Their silence said it all. They were facing reality.* Truth vs. fiction.

    It was only when La Salle was leading by 9-10 points going into the last 3 minutes of the game that a handfull of* their supporters* *chanted the Lion's Roar . However, they chanted it not to cheer for their team but to jeer San Beda.* What is that? The Red Army immediately stopped them with a more powerful chant.

    I am thankful that they committed that improper act of jeering because it only solidified our cause. From now on, everytime La Salle faces San Beda, they are destined to use the chant improperly.* *

    In the end, truth prevailed.

    ANIMO SAN BEDA! Woooooohoooooowooooh! GO SAN BEDA FIGHT!


  8. #28

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Quote Originally Posted by Bentot Jr
    Congrats to san beda for winning the cheering competition yesterday. The Lasalle crowd was clearly outclassed.
    The basketball finals itself is just secondary to cheering. That's the true essence of the game... win on the stands.

    Kudos to The Red Lions for winning 3 quarters.

    Kudos to the San Beda community for taking a minor league seriously and bagging the second place at that.

    Kudos to the 3,000 strong bedistas for outcheering the 80+ lasallians.

    Kudos to Frankie Lim for showing what a bedan gentleman is all about.

    Kudos to MVP and coach Ato for showing how stud a bedan male can be.

    Kudos to aljamal, escobal, et al for attaining MVP's "scholarship program".

    At the end of the day San Beda won. Clearly.
    ...on national tv at that.
    continue to roar.

    Animo San Beda!
    Witty. Clearly. In a league all its own.
    We are not a nation of donkeys, we are a nation of Lions!

  9. #29

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Quote Originally Posted by MonL
    Quote Originally Posted by Bentot Jr
    Congrats to san beda for winning the cheering competition yesterday. The Lasalle crowd was clearly outclassed.
    The basketball finals itself is just secondary to cheering. That's the true essence of the game... win on the stands.

    Kudos to The Red Lions for winning 3 quarters.

    Kudos to the San Beda community for taking a minor league seriously and bagging the second place at that.

    Kudos to the 3,000 strong bedistas for outcheering the 80+ lasallians.

    Kudos to Frankie Lim for showing what a bedan gentleman is all about.

    Kudos to MVP and coach Ato for showing how stud a bedan male can be.

    Kudos to aljamal, escobal, et al for attaining MVP's "scholarship program".

    At the end of the day San Beda won. Clearly.
    ...on national tv at that.
    continue to roar.

    Animo San Beda!
    Witty. Clearly. In a league all its own.
    This is wittier. Mike Galinato, is that you?

    Ahhh... bedans.

  10. #30

    Re: Cheers and Drumbeats

    Quote Originally Posted by Bentot Jr
    Quote Originally Posted by MonL
    Quote Originally Posted by Bentot Jr
    Congrats to san beda for winning the cheering competition yesterday. The Lasalle crowd was clearly outclassed.
    The basketball finals itself is just secondary to cheering. That's the true essence of the game... win on the stands.

    Kudos to The Red Lions for winning 3 quarters.

    Kudos to the San Beda community for taking a minor league seriously and bagging the second place at that.

    Kudos to the 3,000 strong bedistas for outcheering the 80+ lasallians.

    Kudos to Frankie Lim for showing what a bedan gentleman is all about.

    Kudos to MVP and coach Ato for showing how stud a bedan male can be.

    Kudos to aljamal, escobal, et al for attaining MVP's "scholarship program".

    At the end of the day San Beda won. Clearly.
    ...on national tv at that.
    continue to roar.

    Animo San Beda!
    Witty. Clearly. In a league all its own.
    This is wittier. Mike Galinato, is that you?

    Ahhh... bedans.
    Applause, please for the guy's attempts.

    Tsk. :P
    We are not a nation of donkeys, we are a nation of Lions!


 
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