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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSCCIATION C
This club promoted a friendly competitive feeling
among the girls in their interclass, after school sports. Tour-
naments of seasonal sports played are: basketball, volley ball,
speed ball, baseball, tennis, badminton, and tenikoit. Upon
completion of points, emblems, school letters, and stars are
Tennis practice started this year three weeks after the
opening of school with 32 girls participating. The number of
turnouts from the seventh grade, 26 in all, was surprisingly
high-so high in fact that the tennis coach, Miss Johnson,
divided the group in two in order to accommodate all. It was
arranged for all Girl Scouts to come out on Monday evenings
so as not to conflict with their regular meetings on Wednes-
days. The remaining participants were coached on Wednes-
days after school.
One of the biggest events and thrills of the year was
the combination tennis-volleyball play day which was held on
home grounds January 1-lth. Each school, including Corona,
Elsinore, Colton and Chino, brought singles and doubles teams
in all three grades.
Bert-a Smith, Corona seventh grade singles, won 7-0
games from Chino. Eighth grade singles was also won by
Corona, represented by Juanita Clark, ninth gra.der. Taking
Elsinore 5-1, Corona ninth grade singles was played by Lola
In an exciting doubles match Corona, represented by
Melba Clark and Bernice Anderson, ninth graders, beat Chino
5-1. Games were played at intervals of 40 minutes each, the
person having the most games, with a lead of at least two
games, being declared the winner at the end of the playing
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GIRLS' ATHLETICS I S
Basketball opened our year of girls' sports last fall.
Sixty-five girls showed their enthusiasm by playing on teams
after school. Unusual talent was discovered and the eighth
and ninth grades played a very close game. There were four
ties before the "Nines" emerged as champions. The "Eights"
will have a very fine team next fall, and the "Sevens" are
coming up very quickly. The ninth grade went to the inter-
school basketball play day at Bonita and, after very spectacu-
lar playing in the second half, lost by two points to our old
friend-Colton. The season closed with a wienie-bake rally,
and initiation for new G.A.A. members. The neophytes gained
much knowledge by becoming friendly with "pig-brains".
Volley ball followed next with a smaller turn-out, but
very interesting games were played. At last, we had our
Volley ball Play Day, entertaining Chino, Colton, Elsinore and,
of course, our teams. Volley ball and tennis single and doubles
were played by 7-8-9 grade teams. Lunch was served in the
study hall and a program followed in the "Aud". Three cheers
for more play days. ,
- Speedball was next on the list and it was really "snap-
py". The "Sevens" got next to themseves and played in
earnest, giving the "Eights" many extra steps. The "Eights"
kept up the reputation of the speedball tradition by winning
the champions from the "Nines". March 17th was celebrated
by "Big Day". Who are you? Cards were sold and the boy
and girl with the greatest number of new friends signed won
prizes. A dance program was given during "B" period, and
after school a challenge game between ".Eights" and "Nines"
when the "Nines" won. All the girls then had a pot luck supper
and emblems were awarded to girls who had not received them.
S Baseball was the final sport. Interest was keen as
always in this sport. The "Eights" had some good material
and next year ought. to be their banner year. The ninth grade
took the championship. One afternoon the eighth and ninth
grade, teams went over to Sherman Institute to play the
Indians. Some of the girls showed "Star" ability and showed
that they really were athletes.
Friday, May 19th, closed our year with a formal ban-
quet. Emblems, letters, and stars were awarded, and officers
installed for next year.
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