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Sports Prizes BADMINTON Singles: Martha More Doubles: Robin Heintzman, Martha More SWIMMING Under 11 Champion: Susan Garay Junior Champion: Kate Wiley Intermediate Champion: Maureen Sullivan Senior Champion: Shirley Brown Diving Champion: Maureen Sullivan TENNIS Senior Singles: Brenda Davidson Open Doubles: Brenda Davidson, Jane Fraser BOWLING Junior Champion: Karen Mooney SPORTS DAY Under 11 Champion: Darcy Bett Junior Champion: Carmen Jeffery Intermediate Champion: Martha McLeod Senior Champion: Kathryn Morawetz Open 75 yard dash: Carmen Jeffery BASKETBALL Clan Cup: Scott Class Cup: IIRIO VOLLEYBALL Class Cup: 12R1 Clan Cup: McAlpine Class Cup for Participation in Activities Throughout the Year: 13R4 CLAN AWARDS Junior School: Robertson Fraser Award to the Chieftain: Amanda Palmer Senior School: McAlpine McLeod Award to the Chieftain: Robin Heintzman ATHLETIC AWARDS Junior (Gr. 9-10): Sheila Buchanan, Ann Dun- can, Rebecca McCormack, Martha McLeod, Lavita Nadkarni, Marianne Reynolds, Su- zanne Shamie. Senior (Gr. 11-13): Shirley Brown, Sandra Smy- the, Carolyn Stinson, Maureen Sullivan, Hea- ther Wildi, Bridget Wiley. For all those who, once again, find themselves not mentioned in the above lists, the Editors of the Slogan propose these additional awards. The Date Turnover Award — for the girl with the greatest number of boyfriends in one year. The Sour Grapes Award — for the girl who wished she had the greatest number of boy- friends in one year. The Most Wanted Award — for the girl whose name appears most often on the Black List. The Humpty Dumpty Award — for physical failure on the balance beam. The Midget Award — for the girl who manages to graduate in her Grade 9 oxfords. Grade 7 blouse, and Grade 1 tie. The Mrs. Sarniki Award — for the girl with the cleanest locker. The White Cane Award — for the girl whose name most often appears on the Blind Date list. A Bronzed Runningshoe — for the girl with the greatest collection of late slips. The runner- up for this award would be the girl who should have had the greatest collection of late slips — but escaped. 13
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MEDALS ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION PRIZES FOR ART The Lieutenant Governor ' s Medal for Scholar- ship in Grade 8: Jane Crawford The Ruth Caven Memorial Medal for Scholar- ship in Grade 12: Eileen Smith The School Medal for Scholarship in Grade 13 Regina Wan The Governer General ' s Medal Shirley Brown The Jean Hume Memorial Medal for Leadership Virginia Gibson Essay Competition Grades 5 and 6: Stephanie Griffiths Grades 7 and 8: Catherine Stevenson Grades 9 and 10: Janice Suarez Grades 11, 12 and 13: Cynthia Bongard Contribution to Music: Christine Gregory Loyal Co-operation in the Residence — The Kathleen C. Shaw Memorial: Deborah Cooper Library Service: Janet Wright French Library Service: Anne Reynolds Service to the Debating Society: Shirley Brown Service to the Drama Club: Elizabeth Pitfield Service to the Slogan: Catherine Hector, Janice Thomson Junior School Public Speaking — Grades 1, 2 and 3: Shelley Burdass Grades 4, 5 and 6: Melanie Evans Ann Bayliss Cup for Public Speaking: Tracy Dalglish Senior School First: The Grace Morris Craig Prize — Patricia Abraham Second: Moira Tasker Photography: Laureen Newman Junior School First: Clare Palmer Second: Liza Fung Third: Martha Morden, Zenobia Amarili ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION PRIZES FOR HANDICRAFT Senior School First: Patricia Osier Second: Elizabeth Pitfield Third: Grace Bolton Junior School First: Catherine Stevenson Second: Kathryn Liptrott Third: Kelly Hawke, Jennifer McNab ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION PRIZES FOR POETRY Senior School First: Patricia Osier Second: Tracy Smith Junior School First: Fiona Greenaway The Edgar Gordon Burton Memorial for Personal Achievement: Denise Preudhomme The Jennie E. MacNeill Prize for Citizenship Patricia Abraham The Carter — Ledingham Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Senior School: Shirley Brown, Virginia Gibson 12
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It is difficult for an outsider to understand the friendship and sense of community that exist at Branksome. Sometimes we too find it puzzling, yet our school somehow combines a wide variety of interests and personalities to form a community that is both fun and productive. This feeling of friendship with one another does not come from a textbook. It comes during morning prayers when one is trying to hold in one ' s laughter while a friend is making a desperate attempt at an announcement, or when everyone gets together and cheers the volleyball team to victory. The spirit of Branksome is one which encourages the individual to share her personal talents towards making the whole a success. Our school can be even greater once everyone is willing to contribute. For me, shared experiences form a large part of what has made this year a success, for it has been said that to share is to see beauty twice. Thank you, Branksome Eileen.
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