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Did you ever have the unfor-
tunate experience of acquiring a
headache five minutes before a
geometry test? At those crucial
moments, when all courage left
us, it was Mrs. Morgan, nurse and
head of the Davis Medical Staff,
who informed us that the head-
ache was not quite so severe as it
seemed. For saving face and con-
science, Davis students owed Mrs.
Morgan a great deal Chest X-ray
examinations given to l5OO stu-
dents, were just one small part
of Mrs. lVlorgan's work. She fair-
ly flew through the halls on her
' The "Safety-first" posters for
the' school parade in May were re-
sults of a carefully planned pro-
gram by the Davis Art Depart-
ment. The hard-working artists
have always been none other than
lvlr, Dodds and lvliss Nourse, the
latter superintending the art work
for the "Maroon and Vifhitef'
OTHER TEACHERS lTopl
Miss Sherman, Mr. Nielsen, Miss Nourse, Mr. Dodds, Mrs.
Morgan, Mr. Oswald, Miss St. john, Miss Taylor
Students had more opportunities this year than ever before,
to attend operas during school time. Mr. Nielsen made arrange-
ments for them to be excused. Mr. Singer, band and orchestra
conductor, a newcomer to Davis, filled the vacancy left by Mr.
Licht when the latter was appointed Music Supervisor.
The Home Economics pupils under the direction of Miss
Sherman and Miss Redmond, gained practical experience in
serving, cooking, and cafeteria management.
Last, but certainly not least, was the Physical Education De-
partment. We missed Miss Wight and Mr. Coffin, both of
whom, we are sorry to say, were retired because of illness. As-
sisting in the two departments were Miss Onoda and Mr. Elder.
Their efforts were concentrated on helping to build a physi-
cally fit America.