St. Louis, MO United States
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The corps‘ colors were blue, white, and gold.
Spirit was one of the few primarily African-American senior corps in drum corps history.
Awards included the 1946, 1948, and 1952 Missouri State Championships, and the 1964 Midwest Invitational Contest Championships.
Spirit was active through at least 1971, though they did not participate in DCA national competition.
[Encyclopedia of Drum and Bugle Corps, 1966; A History of Drum and Bugle Corps, 2002; Sly Randolph]
Highest Score 69.960
Final show in DCX Archives August 23, 1959 Minneapolis MN placed 9 with a score of 69.960
Highest Score 65.000
Final show in DCX Archives October 16, 1960 American Legion National Championships Miami FL placed 10 with a score of 56.130
Highest Score 74.777
Final show in DCX Archives September 9, 1961 American Legion National Championships Denver CO placed 5 with a score of 74.777
Highest Score 69.850
Final show in DCX Archives September 1, 1962 Racine WI placed 1 with a score of 69.850
Highest Score 79.900
Final show in DCX Archives September 8, 1963 American Legion National Championships - Prelims Miami Beach FL placed 8 with a score of 67.083
Highest Score 70.930
Final show in DCX Archives September 5, 1965 Midwest senior Drum Corps Championship Racine WI placed 6 with a score of 43.650
Highest Score 44.860
Final show in DCX Archives July 3, 1966 Racine WI placed 3 with a score of 44.860
Highest Score 42.000
Final show in DCX Archives January 1, 1968 American Legion National Championships New Orleans LA placed 3 with a score of 42.000
Highest Score 29.250
Final show in DCX Archives July 3, 1983 Highland Park IL placed 5 with a score of 29.250
Highest Score 17.000
Final show in DCX Archives July 14, 1995 DCM Championships Prelims Dekalb IL placed 6 with a score of 17.000
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