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Sports Sports got oft ' to a good start in the fall with the help of fine weath- er. Archery was again a major sport. October vigor produced a great many minor injuries, and prior to Field Day the infirmary crutches were positively in de- mand. However. November 16 dawned bright and clear, and evervone seemed to be on deck for the battle. Shouts, cheers, and bitter threats sounded over the campus all day. and there were many tense moments until evening when at the final rallv in the Gym, Miss Sweenev announced the scores, presented the awards, and gave the score of the victorious team in the lead at that date. Old Man Winter failed us mis- erably this year for there was no snow until the beginning of Feb- ruary when we dragged out our skis for about a week ' s work-out before the snow left us. However, the tennis courts were flooded for skating, and one moonlit Saturday night, many eager beavers braved the cold for their favorite sport. A big log fire blazed on the sidelines, and there was singing among the Griffin Hockey Team Gargoyle Hockey Team Griffin Basketball Team Gargoyle Basketball Team 
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TEAM CAPTAINS Joanna Campbell, Captain of the Gargoyles; Joyce Huntington, Captain of the Griffins SOXG LEADERS Robbins, Griffin Song Leader; Pierce, School Song Leader; Morse, Gargoyle Song Leader " A " SOCIETY Back Row: hunt, J. Brown, Lewis, Robbins, De Cesarc, Pierce, Derby Second -Row: French, M. Sinclaire, Dean, Emery, Turner, Kimball Front Row: Morse, Flather, Jackson, Campbell, Tread way, .V. Barnard | .-,!» |
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more advanced skaters who could do both at once! For indoor sports (of the legiti- mate sort) during the winter we had Gvm and Dance. Dance proved to be a bit rigorous too, but we were all impressed with the presentation of ' Peter and the Wolf " at the exhibition just before the spring holiday. Spring at Abbot inevitably means baseball, track, and more tennis. The hockev field is scat- tered with javelins and baseball bats every afternoon as the Gar- goyles and the Griffins are cheered on by illicit P. A. onlookers only slightly concealed in the near-by shrubberv. The spring Field Day was a success despite the fact that the spring term was shorter than usual because of the late vacation date. From then on to the end of the season, many points were added to the striving teams. The system works, and when the magnificent mahogany and silver shield is awarded, we will know that the spirit of our two leaders, Joyce for Griffins and Jo for Gargoyles, each backed by their teammates has made this another good year of sports at Abbot. Gargoyle and Griffin Tennis Teams Skiing Field Day 
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