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Military Club — Mary Louise Castillo, Major Advanced Dancing Club — Dorothy Otto, President Folk Dancing Club — Floriene Anderson, President One llundrrd Eiijhteen
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G. A, A. Officers Shirley Bushee, Treasurer; Florence Sanjacomo, Head of Sports Lorane Allen, President; Jennie Watson, Vice-President; Lovena Sellers, Railsplitter Representative; Violet Repovich, Secretary. Girls ' Sports it ' he girls showed their loyalty to Lincoln J and, as Dr. Andrus would say, " their pioneer spirit, " by participating in sports even though the hill was slipping. Basketball, one of the most popular games of the fall season was terminated by an inter- esting basketball spread, which began with an exciting game between the Junior and Senior teams, followed by a comical skit and refresh- ments. Social dancing brought the enjoyable event to a conclusion. As Major of the Military Club, Katherine Emme enjoyed a successful term, conducting a drill which marked the girls as capable soldier- ettes. Election of officers in the Military Club for the Summer term was held February 7. Re- sults were: Major, Mary Louise Castillo; Cap- tain, Olive Olin; Captain Adjutant, Elizabeth Kasimoff; First and Second Lieutenants, Jeanette and Catherine Conlee. The two big playdays of the season were played with University and Beverly Hills High Schools. In order to give as many girls as pos- sible a chance to participate in the games, each girl was allowed to attend only one playday. The girls attended with much enthusiasm, par- ticipating in basketball, baseball, volleyball, hockey, and tennis. Lorane Allen, Sports Commissioner of the Summer term, planned a neophyte party, and according to tradition the new members planned the entertainment for the old mem- bers. A new type of dance was introduced in the summer term, namely, the after-school dance. The attendance of the first dance was four hundred and fifty. However, this new under- taking did not detract from noon dances, as they continued to be popular. After basketball had stepped down from the sport pinnacle, the girls took to the bat — Yes, the great national sport, baseball, got under way — As a great number turned out for this sport, it is rumored that it is favored by our feminine athletes. The Advanced Dancing class introduced their yearly dance pantomime which was pre- sented May 28 in the Little Theater. The Pan- tomime was written by Dorothy Otto, presi- dent. The entire production, including the dance composition, program, costumes, selection of music, and lighting, was the work of the girls of the club and was considered very lovely. A new club was intioduced into the ranks of the G. A. A., namely, the beginning, or folk dancing class. The first president was Florien e Anderson who proved capable of holding hei ' position. The new organization is developing rapidly and we expect to hear more of it in the future. One Hundred Seventeen
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Yell Leaders — Kate Tolmosoff, Hazel Gvosdiff. Hazel Tunall Girls ' L Society — Frances Howard, President Sophomore Speedball Team — Oralee Abrams, Captain One Hundred Nineteen
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