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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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THE ,YEAR IN REVIEW. -
The school year ends for us, but the memories linger on.
It is nice that we are inclined to remember the pleasant occur-
rences, and forget the unpleasant tasks performed, but all
helped to make the year complete. The tasks we have done
well have been as enjoyable as the occasions when mirth pre-
dominated. All of us can recall so much that we enjoyed dur-
ing the past school year. For some of us, the recollections may
be of athletic achievements, for others, scholastic success, for
some, the fun of learning, for others, the joy of being in this
or that activity, but all of us recall, or will recall, the joy of
associating with our fellow students and with the faculty.
Most of us remember the opening day of school, with
all the curiosity about new faces, and possible new friendships,
or, perhaps, even hopes for dates. Then the boys remember
the bruised shins and skinned hips in football and speed-ball,
and the hot arguments.
Every one recalls the pride with which the Glee Clubs,
in their new uniforms, were presented, and the thrill for the
participants in performing at Riverside. The Colton game and
Armistice Day were other high lights. And the First Quarter's
Grades-a pain for some, a relief for others.
Every body was busy at Christmas time, and all of us
were proud of our program, even though the wise men were
not very wise. The Glee Clubs sang here, there, and every-
where, and always nicely.
The Scholarship group enjoyed many interesting trips,
even the boat trips. The Ninth Grade Play with all of its
thrills and budding romances gave us alot of fun. fThey are
still buddingj Then who could forget the moth-eaten under-
wear the faculty sported when they lost to the boys at basket-
What a strenuous time was had by all in after-school
sports, the boys were busy all of the time. The girls and their
play day come to mind as does the fashion show, and, yes, the
grace and beauty in the Dance Review.
L' Such handsome people as wesaw in the operetta could
not be forgotten, nor the fine work of the choruses. We were
good, we admit it. "The banquet" found us all dressed up and
ready to enjoy a very pleasant evening, something to re-
We almost forgot the two most important phases of
school life, class work and vacations. We shall all remember
the latter, and perhaps some of the former.
The year is over, we are glad, we are sad-but-"each
in its turn".
"Thus times do shift, each thing in its turn doeshold,
' New things succeed, as former things grow old."
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