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SWIMMING ASSISTANTS: First Row - Linda Branstat- Eugenia Jareck, Linda Decker, Arlene Avemian. Third Row
ter, Eilene Weber, Rosalie Piccola, Dorothy Verni, Susan - Linda Theil, Rebecca Constant, Barbara Blanco, Mary
Barnard, Raquel Alvarez, Ophelia Brockman. Second Row Gorman.
- Tillie Herbert, Frances Trondle, Doris Finley, Mrs. Vogel,
MRS. MARIE GRAY
GIRLS' HEALTH EDUCATION FACULTY: Seated - Miss Louise Rossi,
Mrs. biatilda Robins, Mrs. Hazelle Vogel, Mrs. Nettie Hilbert, Mrs. Harriet Berk.
Standing - Mrs. Roxanne Zimet, Mrs. Rita Barrett, Miss Sandra Cohen,
Miss Myrna Rosenberg, Nlrs. Pearl Bromberg.
Time Out To Explain The Rules.
Neuromuscular skills and attitudes of
sportsmanship are inculcated by the Girls'
Health Education Department through
the teaching of calisthenics, rhythmics,
dancing and games. IHT classes are con-
ducted for the correction of individual
handicaps. The hygiene course, offering
classes in personal hygiene, driver educa-
tion, Hrst aid and the study of communi-
cable diseases, encourages habits of
healthful living. As' part of the program to
ensure 'ia sound mind in a sound body,'l
the Department annually supervises the
Heaf Tuberculosis Cpatchj test and the
administering of polio inoculations.
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Training and discipline for physical Htness is the principal aim of the
Boys, Health Education Department. The program consists of body-
building exercises, individual corrective work and practice in such games
as volleyball and softball. Swimming and hygiene instruction are part of
the physical training course. Intramural competitions motivate the boys to
gain facility in sports and to try out for varsity teams. Health education
teachers coach the baseball, basketball, swimming. golf and tennis teams.
The rules governing every sport must be observed, and every participant
is helped to develop a sense of fair play and sportsmanship.
W. ex. -N eg ,",, A tte' 57'
MR. ANDREW BRENNAN
BOYS' HEALTH EDUCATION FACULTY: Seated-Mr. Alvin Borten, Mr.
Andrew Brennan, Mr. Oakley Davis, Mr. Harry Smith. Standing-Mr. Frank
Gambardello, Mr. Francis McGa.rity, Mr. Albert Matican, Mr. John Wrenn, Mr.
Joseph Malone, Mr, Emil Gottman.
Playing The Game
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LEADERS CLUB: First Row - Jacqueline McNeil, Anna- Carol Hoskins, Sharon Weinrib, Geraldine Hill, Karen
belle White, Jane Ellen Brown, Bonnie Hammary, Laura Anger, Helen Zekulin, Diane Lawrence, Mrs, Berk Cad-
Starr, Diane Schroeter, Nadine Morse, Barbara Dunlap. viserj. Third Row - Karen Brooks, Lois Hempe, Diane
Second Row - Margaret Underhill, Rochelle Brodsky, Bayer, Elizabeth Graham, Doris Brown.
GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB: First Row - Linda Varnadore, Elaine Russell,
Beverly Botwinik, Dianne Koop, Audrey Rev, Rhona Toline. Second row -
Joanne Jacomo, Mary Ann Nilsson, Vivian Triolo, Diana Glassman, Eileen Weber.
Third row - Lorraine Spriggs, Brenda deLugo, Kathy Morawski, Marilyn
Goldstein, Eve Goldbert, Carol Deutsch, Linda Decker, Mihoko Takeda. Fourth
row - Eleanor Solomon, Louise Austin, Frances Blattberg, Patricia Halcomb,
Catherine Reres, Arlene Stearns.
U I g O
Club activities provide enjoyable, healthful recreation while further-
ing the aims of health education. Long a tradition at Jackson, the Lead-
ers Club, composed of girls who have passed a year of vigorous training,
meets weekly to review skills and to practice new routines that will be
taught in regular classes where the "white suiters" are assigned to
assist other students in learning the techniques of dance and athletics. Games provide healthful exercise and
The Modern Dance Clubs, conducted by Miss Jacobs for early session teach good Sportsmanship-
students and by Mrs. Barret for late session members, perform dance
routines emphasizing grace, good posture and coordination. The Bowl-
ing Club enjoys the game during meetings at a nearby bowling alley.
Outstanding girls receive awards.
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