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THE COLLEGIATE 107
Back Row fleft to rightl-M. Fraser, A. Finn, I.. Hurd, H. NIc.Girr, M. XYilson, DI. Palmer,
Front Row tleft to rightl-Y. Marshall, H. Beer, I. lVl'ight, J. Sayers, Y. Racz, li. Grant,
A. Capes, I. Thiorner.
fSPEEDBALL, FIELDBALL AND CAPTAINBALL
The Speedball, Fieldball and Captainball tournaments were rather
The grade nine girls were very enthusiastic captainball players. In
the finals, however, there were some irregularities in the observance of this
tournament's regulations, and it was decided by the Athletic Executive that
the whole of the Captainball tournament be discontinued.
It was hard to disappoint those who had played so eagerly but it was
felt that the lesson in good sportmanship was even more important for the
grade 9 girls.
Only two girls qualified as otficials for Speedball, so it was impossible
to conduct the schedule of Speedball games already arranged.
Grade IO carried on a successful Fieldball tournament the winning
team being C-10-Btzj. This team was led to victory by her captain, Jane
- For the past number of years, our school "mag" has gone to press
before the Volleball tournament has been completed. Last year, we had a
very successful contest, and the girls participated with keen interest. In
the Senior grouping, 13-A with Pat Hartley as captain, held first place. In
second and third places, came I3-B. captain Barb Moore, and C-11-B, captain
Shirley Price. C'IO-.Ax led the Intermediates, captained by Donna Holmes,
and Io-D and Io-B, captained by joy Moore and Marjorie Young respectively,
took second and third places. The juniors entered enthusiastically into the”