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The name itself brings to each of us the image of an American icon - beautiful women in blue and white uniforms cheering America's team.

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the photos are different, but each holds a special place. And today's event for the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders is equally special.

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Anywhere across the country or around the world, thousands of admirers of these young women gather for a photo, an autograph, or a momentary.

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America's Sweethearts have truly become the darlings of the National Football League. But it didn't start that way.

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The Dallas Cowboys have always had cheerleaders. Tex Schramm, the Cowboys general manager at the time, with his extensive background in television.

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He knew that the public liked beautiful girls. In the 1960s, he tried to hire professional models for Sideline. It was a disaster.

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These high school students from the Dallas/Ft. The Worth Metroplex was managed by de Brock. They cheered the football team's success in the 1971.

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Tex discussed the idea with D, and the decision was made to expand the established football tradition of sideline cheerleaders into a choreographed.

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Dee hired one of America's top dancers, Texi Waterman, who owned a dance studio in Dallas, to help judge auditions and create a troupe of dancers for the Texas.

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They spent their summers at training camp with Taxi where cheers and chants were replaced with grand jets and pirouettes.