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Girls' Council. once again helping the sopho-
more girls to adapt themselves to high school life.
has had another successful year.. Sponsored hy Mrs.
lulie Gleason. the Council has directed many proi-
ects. including the "Miss Career Girli' contest and
the collection of March of Dimes contrihutions in
Larchmont. Nancy Ioihnson was this year's pres-
Preceding hy one minute the exodus at the end
of every period are the members of the Traflic
Squad. Under the supervision of Mr. lohn L. Sul-
livan. the Squad was captained during the First
semester hy Alfred Blitlehner, and in the second
hy Alan NVelty. They were assisted by lieutenants
Tom Moorhead and Bill Floria.
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ciation put out a new Ci..-X. handhook which was
sold to the incoming students. ln order to make it
possihle for every student to he alwle to attend
meetings. the Student Council inaugurated open
meetings. They conducted a poll to find out student
sentment regarding an "act of reverence" in our
high school and sent a summary of this to the
Heard of liducation. They also discussed and
worked on the possibilities of an honor system at
To raise money for a new school Hag the Coun-
cil sponsored a Boy-Girl haskethall game, and
through the Foster Parents' plan a French girl was
adopted for one year. The C..-X. also sent 5 CARE
packages overseas and a S30 educational kit to
hlllost potent, grave. and reverent signinrs .
The success or failure ofa senior class rests largely
on the shoulders of the Senior Senate. Two sena-
tors are elected from each senior home room, and
they meet with the class officers and class advisors,
Mrs. Iulie Gleason and Mr. Iohn L. Sullivan. Sen-
ior class plans as well as problems are the topics for
discussion. Some of the accomplishments of this
Sl'i'l'l'f4U'AIl, h'nse1nm'y ,YUlI'!lk.' Vit-r-I'r1'.si1l1'nt Ion 4
lfrr-rr: 1'7-1-sizlmlf. John Pl'llfIIl1Hlf Sf'm'r'taI'Il flvl 'I
lirunn 'I'rc11surrr, Paul Au1lf'1'sr'n.
yearis Senate include: helping the class of '52 to he
the first senior class in three years to have their own
play, conducting the senior poll, open class meetings
to determine senior policies. and making plans for
the hig Senior Ball and Senior Day, annual events
looked forward to by all. The Sno' Ball, held during
the holiday season, was another successful proiect.
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