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BENJAMIN I RANKI IN HIGH SCHOOL
[AMIN Franklin Junior High Sch(H)l is a name closely linked with Washington Senior High School; it is in the above building where Washington holds most of its plays, basketball games, and musicales. All high school rides or walks to see our stars perform on the big stage of this building.
“Where do your track men and basketball men practice?” asks someone. So below is the Y. M. C. A. where great all-staters, record-breakers, and tournament winners get their start. The “Y. M.” is another public building which is generously lent to supply Washington’s needs.
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V. w. C. A.
“T GORING across the park toward the V.
W. C. A.” might be the title of the above picture. The “Y. W.” is the home of girls’ athletics. There is only one gymnasium in the high school, and as the room is small, it takes the entire day to accommodate all the boys. Therefore, the girls use the “YAW gymnasium during school periods for their health classes, and sometimes at noon and after school for tournaments.
Another city building much used by Washington pupils is the Public Library shown below. It is a reliable and near source for information not available in the school library. It supplies material for society debates as well as for class work in Washington. There is almost always a display in the Art Gallery on the second floor. Some famous paintings, many interesting ones, and a fabric exhibition have been shown so far this year.
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Ml MORIAl BUILDING AND BRIDGES
If jfERE are two pictures of the Memorial Coliseum, a building of interest to every citizen of Cedar Rapids and especially to Washington High School pupils. It is the center of the city: it is a beautiful memorial to those who died for their country; it is the
scene of the graduation exercises of Washington High School and of joint assemblies of Washington and Grant schools.
Thus we end our zig zag tour of the large and widespread campus of Washington Senior High School.
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