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1. Garfield Band 2. Girls ' Glee Club MUSIC £k clubs ORCHESTRA The orchestra gave three concerts this term. The first of which they played for a school assembly, which was held April 3rd. On April 13th, 10 members of the orchestra were selected to play for a banquet at the Longfellow School. The third concert was held on the evening of May 1 , in the School Auditorium. The orchestra then played three selections as their part in the Music Festival which was held that evening. At this time, the members of the orchestra gave Mr. Minzyk an ebony silver-tipped baton in their appreciation of his fine and patient leadership. 3. Garfield Orchestra 1. Craftsman Club BOYS ' GLEE CLUB Mr. Bliss led the sixty-four members of the Boys ' Glee Club through a very good season. Mr. Bliss hopes more boys will join next year. Vardrey Spicer GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB Mrs. Young ' s well-directed Girls ' Glee Club gave two enjoyable performances this term. It sang on May 1 in the Garfield Music Fes- tival and May 9 at Washington School. Among the songs they sang are " The Breeze " and " The Green Cathedral. " 5. A Cappella S. Craftsman Club A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella, under the leadership of Mrs. Iva Smith had a suc- cessful term, the highlight of which was the Music Festival in which all the musical organizations of the school took part. BAND The band under the able direction of Mr. John Minzyk, had a very successful season, the peak of which was the trip to San Jose to play in the contest. 7. Boys ' Glee Club 3. Craftsman Club CRAFTSMAN CLUB The Junior Craftsman Club of the Garfield Junior High School will participate in the National Hobby Show in Vacation Land on Treas- ure Island throughout the duration of the Exposition. They will be working with their models under the supervision of Miss Mary Lowrey, teacher at Garfield Junior High School. There have been at least two hundred pupils constantly working at home and at school during the current semester. The Club par- ticipated in the Berkeley Hobby Show at Willard School and was presented with an award for one of the best exhibits.
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1. Girls ' Block G Society 2. Girls ' High 9 Basketball 3. Girls ' Low 9 Baseball 4. Girls ' Low 9 Basketball 5. Girls ' High 8 Basketball 6. Girls ' High 8 Baseball 7. Girls ' Low 8Basketball 8. Boys ' H8 and L9 Softball 9. Boys ' 105 lb. Basketball SPORTS BOYS ' ATHLETICS UNLIMITEDS 115s Garfield 1 1; 1 o 12 Garfield 40 Crockett 10 97 19 Garfield 15 Willard q 19 Garfield 23 Crockett 1 s ariieiQ 1 Q 28 Garfield 16 Willard i 1 j-ariieia Z.O Dui DariK 22 Garfield 8 San Pablo LI VJ7C11 llt lCl 17 Burbank 26 Garfield 23 Vallejo 9Q ariisia 17 Willard 14 Won 4, lost 2 vjrariieiQ 20 San Pablo 1 i Garfield 27 Crockett 33 Garfield 17 Willard 15 105s Garfield 25 San Pablo 18 Garfield 8 Willard 16 Garfield 31 Albany 20 Garfield 12 St. Mary ' s 3 Garfield 34 Crockett 26 Garfield 26 Crockett 14 Garfield 24 Vallejo 17 Garfield 26 Willard 15 Garfield 11 Richmond 30 (Unlimiteds) Garfield won 1 1, lost 3. GIRLS ' ATHLETICS The girls made a good showing in Athletics this term. In Basketball, the L.9, H.8, and L.8 grades were the champions of Berkeley. Burbank was the champion of the H.9. The scores were as follows: L8 L9 Willard 2 Garfield 28 Willard 1 Garfield 16 Burbank 13 Garfield 19 Burbank 2 Garfield 8 H8 H9 ,0. Boys ' 85 lb. Basketball Willard 8 Garfield 35 Willard 29 Garfield 11 Burbank 13 Garfield 19 Burbank 19 Garfield 4 2. Boys ' Varsity Baseball In Baseball, the H.8 won against the L.8 to play the other schools. The L.9 won against the H.9. The following are the scores: The Ninth Grade The Eighth Grade Willard 17 Garfield 10 Willard 7 Garfield 12 Burbank 13 Garfield 7 Burbank 35 Garfield 37 3. Boys ' 95 lb. Basketball FIELD DAY 4. Boys ' Unlimited Basketball This spring Field Day was celebrated with relays and races only. 5. Boys ' Block G Society The reason — our new grass field is sprouting. Next year — Oh boy!
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