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CREDITS-FIRST: M. Anzalone, L. Liberatore, S. Granville, C. Wood, V. Hafner, M. lnsera, R. M
Mastrantonio, S. Hafner, A. M. Rosch, A. Domino. SECOND: C. Case, M. Vaticano, J. LaCorte, S. Gullo, S. Grisanti, R. M
Gaglione, A. Rinaldo, G. Bulone, M. Limina, M. Celia, F. Curro. THIRD: M. Weinheimer, M. A. O'Neil, J. Cusimano, B. Rose
M. A. Vullo, F. Zanda, C. Monesi, F. Cotroneo, D. Rinaldo, P. Zanda. FOURTH: J. Amico, N, Panepinto, S. Beck, C. O'Con
nor, P. Alfano, J. Wilhelm, J. M. Barone, J. Sansanese, A. Farina, A. Giordano.
Though not widely publicized, girls' sports
form an important part in the after school cur-
riculum. Among the various activities in which
our athletes may participate are basketball,
baseball, volleyball, deck tennis and hiking.
Credits, given for each sport, enable the girls
to receive their letters and the much sought
after gold pin in their senior year.
The deck tennis champions-hip went to 308.
Composed of Jo Silvaroli, Gloria Caruana,
Annetta Anselmo, Mary Ann Pollino and May
Tripi, the team defeated 300.
Miss Mache chose the best athletes to form
the following major teams:
Mary Jane Panaro
Carol Darrow '