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Many peppy and enthusiastic girls turned out for volley ball this
season, and Coach Gladys Beck found much good material to work with.
The nets were strung up in the gym, and the girls gave their volley balls
a merry chase, back and torth across them.
Class teams were picked after a week or so of practice, then they
started in in earnest. More and more skill was attained by each team, and
when it came time to play off the inter-class games, stiff competition was
obvious. The games started on November 8, lasting until November 18,
when the championship was announced. Three games were played with
each team, and the one victorious in two games out of three, were winners.
On November 8, the Juniors and Seniors played, the Juniors winning
with a score of 14-21, 21-14 21-14.
November 10, games were played between the frosh and sophs, the
Sophs winning with scores of 21-16, 16-21, 8-21.
On November 12, the Frosh and Juniors clashed. The Juniors came
out victorious this time, winning with score of 21-18, 5-21, 10-21.
On November 15, the Sophs and Seniors met, the games resulting in
a victory for the Sophs with scores of 21-19, 21-16.
On Novemlter 17, the Frosh and Seniors met, and the Seniors defeated
the Frosh, with scores of 8-21, 16-21.
On November 18, the Sophs and Juniors met in their mighty battle
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The Girl's Basket Ball Team, captained by Alice Shaw and coached
Ly Miss Beck, turned out to Le the pride of the whole school this year.
And indeed, it should lqe. For the first time in the history of the Girls'
Basket Ball Team, our girls came home with the honors every time, win-
ning each game played during the season.
Team work and clever passing were notable qualities of the team, and
the scoring aljility of the forwards was remarkakle.
The first game was played with Calistoga, on January 13, and they
started the season off with a lang, winning lay a score of 33 to 7.
Next, Vallejo was played on January 25, and the game resulted in a
victory for Napa, at a score of 22 to 7.
St. uelena was met on Fehruary 2, and Napa came out on the long end
of the score, with 19 points to St. Helena's 3.
On Feleruary 8, they met Armijo, CFairfieldJ,and walked off with the
l iggest score again, with 23 points to Armijo's 13.
A return game was played with each of the teams mentioned, except
St. Helena. The girls left the floor victorious in each case, scoring a total
of 201 points to their opponents' 82.
This excellent reccrd goes down in the annals of the school as a very
noteworthy one, and it is hoped that next year, the girls will be as success-
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for first place. The Sophs whipped the'Juniors with scores of 21-18, 21-16,
making them champions. This meant four points toward the cup.
The close of the Season was celebrated by a splendid G. A. A. Matinee
Dance in the gymnasium, on November 22, and the honor team seen in the
preceeding picture, was announced.
Seniors-Ruth Raeder, Captain, Edith Owen, Claudine Heflin, Dorothy
Jaekle, Mildred Korf, Mary McMillan, Mariam Smythe, Velma Edington,
J uniors-Gladys Downing, Captain, Ardis Binninger, Jean Crawford, Gene-
vieve Frommelt, Virginia Maxwell, Marjorie McCormick, Mable Park, and
Marjorie Hearn, sub. I l
Sophomores-Jean Cochrane, Captain, Ruth Jaekle, Jacqueline Bishop,
Madeline Kerri, Evelyn Peat, Ethel Struve, Eleanor Zimmerman, Thelma
Stockton, and Lorraine Strohl, sub.
Freshmen-Ruth Winfrey, Captain, Isabel Zimmerman, Clara Kuhn, Gene-
vieve Martini, Eugenia Rutherford, Peggy Sheffield, Virginia Stewart,
Bertha Thompson, and Isak el Zimmerman, sub. W
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