Maywood, IL United States
|1962||El Capitan * You (from The Art Linkletter Show) * When Johnny Comes Marching Home * Do-Re-Mi (from The Sound of Music) * Hot Toddy * Three Little Words (from Three Little Words) * Alabamy Bound * Ghost Riders in the Sky * I'll See You In My Dreams|
|1963||Warsaw Concerto * French National Defile * Only You * When Johnny Comes Marching Home * Maria (from West Side Story) * Camelot * Love is a Many-Splendored Thing * Where Or When (from Babes In Arms)|
|1964||Frankie and Johnnie * Where Or When (from Babes In Arms) * When Johnny Comes Marching Home * Hello, Dolly * Camelot * Sweet Lorraine * Love is a Many-Splendored Thing|
In 1963, the Rebels underwent a series of major changes. They got the red blouse/white pants uniforms. They switched instructors and brought in many from the Cavaliers (doing double duty as I recall), who also brought in several of the 1962 age-outs from the Cavaliers, and the corps got sponsorship from the Broadview IL American Legion post 626 so they could participate in the Illinois American Legion state contest as well as the VFW one.
The Rebels’ 1963 uniforms were almost green and white – green blouses like the red ones, and white pants with green stripes that the corps was going to buy used from a defunct corps. However, there was a lot of pushback from several of the older corps members about being called the Cavalier senior corps with that color combination, so red won out.
The Winfield Scott Rebels, formed in 1963, was a senior marching and maneuvering corps based in Broadview, Illinois. They were sponsored by the Broadview American Legion Post 626 and the Winfield Scott VFW Post 2193.
The corps won the VFW State Championships 1961-63 and the American Legion Championship in 1963.
The corps was decimated when a full one third of their membership was drafted in the Vietnam War in February and March, 1964.
[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; DCW, 2/02, p.3; Bill Markham 8/16/05]
Highest Score 53.300
Final show in DCX Archives August 6, 1961 V-J Day Pageant of Drums Woodstock IL
Highest Score 61.175
Final show in DCX Archives September 1, 1962 Racine WI placed 4 with a score of 61.175
Highest Score 78.200
Final show in DCX Archives August 24, 1963 Illinois State Fair Springfield IL placed 2 with a score of 68.000
Highest Score 58.100
Final show in DCX Archives September 13, 1964 Bataan Memorial Pageant of Drums Maywood IL
|Member Name||Section||Years Involved|
|Courtney, Joe||Horn Line -Baritone||1960 to 1964|
|Schierstedt, Bruce||Drums||1962 to 1964|
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