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ll0YS' PHYSICAL EllUCA'l'l0N
Ol CH fmntlmll upvnvfl thi- intramural prourcnii with Zlf: lwoxs pmtivipzitixiu. Thr' winning teams were thai VX-lltllff
in the Xutimuul livzigllv. thi- Z5-N-203.5 in the AlN01'lL'L1Il if'2ly,ilE'. and thc' TH-lllfvis in the Marine I,CHQllP.
The outstanding limnvromns in lvrwlcetlvall were UK-2170. fill-202. TH-IH6. and TB-20l.
- ln pudrllr' lvnnis Huy Hail? mm the "Ali singlvs rliuliipiuship. lilly lfvlun lliv HH". Alan Feld the "Cin, and llvnnif
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ln tnu-k thi- relays were won Ivy the 9B-20875. the EEA-2U2's, and tht- TA-ZUJQS. The individual stars in trark we-rf
Jafek Nlerlz, Dil-k Harwell, Hay Haile. Bob Holmes, Dir-k Nlannvx, Holi ffarvm'. ,lack Strom, Charles lfrudy, wIEllll'i1't
Cray, and Huh Whitlock.
Will Hug:-iw won thfl annual junior high all city trunk meet for thc sixth time in sewn years. The individual lruvlx
Sho? medals wvrv won ln' Jack Mertz. Bob Holmes, Dirk lvlznnu-X, ,lavk Stmni. and Don Phillippi. Othm- top winm-is
were Bob Carver, Ray Hziile. and Holi YVrif1ht. Will Rogers won f-wry honor possible.
Baseball cmnpelition ended the schoofs intramural progranl.
Will lingers lmys contributing to the after school an-tivities are ai survive to themselves and the st-html.
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GIRLS' PHYSICAL EllUCA'l'l0N
T THIS opening of the girls' intramural season. in Septemher. a high percentage showed interest in xolley ball. The
winners in the ninth grade were the 9A-200's. The eighth-grade tournament was won hy the BB-202's. The seventh grade.
although new to the school. showed interest in the alter school home room competition. Their winner was the TB-lilo.
In basketball there was also keen competition. 'lhe rooms with highest scores were 9B-l,09, SA-l l2, and TA-205.
In paddle tennis Phyllis Horowitt and Kathryn Schmidt were the champions of the ninth grade doubles tourna-
ment. In the seventh and eighth grades Pat Keller and ,loan La Bounty earne in first. Nadine Morse and Phyllis Horo-
witt were winners in singles. During Puhlie Schools Week the girls in all the classes performed for more than fifty
parents. The program consisted of dancing. exert-ises. tumbling and refreshments. Soc-trer and baseball will Complete
the season of the girls, intramural sports.
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The future Cables and l'lepburns ol
liogers. handsome boys and glamorous
girls. take turns wringing tears and
laughter from a spellbound audience.
These Superheings must act and im-
provise lines at the same time. Brains
and beauty equals Creative Dramatics.
The Science Club was established lor the purpose
ol' studying our natural environment. Once a week
moyies on various topics are shown. The remaining
day is spe11t studying science magazines and giving
reports on them.
f. w w .
lhe Lamera Llub members are lll-
teresled mainly in photography. This
semester they have been fortunate
enough to go to lVlrs. Seelyis home
where she has explained developing.
procedure and printing. They haw
attempted to present the Hound-up to
you in an interesting and attractive
Stories and poems are written, then read by the
members of the Writers Club. with criticism from lVlr.
Lawrence and the rest of the class. The club has done
some yery fine writing for Junior High School students.
Une of the members is the author of i'Portrait of a
Dog", the continued story in the Coxswain.
Model Airplane Club
Organized for the study. discussion
and construction of scale and model
flying airplanes. This year over forty
models were Completed or in the ad-
vanced stages of construction. Many of
this group were members of The Fu-
ture "Y'7 Flyers. and as such partici-
pated in the many excellent dinners.
meetings and model contests which
were sponsored by the Rotary Club.
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