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Space for the nine high schools has been apportioned again this year
according to the size of the schools. Art for the frontspiece as well as all
matter for the general literary section has been selected on merit by com-
petent non-resident judges and the judges were instructed to appraise and
rank the school sections solely for quality without regard to quantity
because, as stated, space was allotted according to attendance.
The trophy which was presented in 1929, and which was to be perpetual
for at least ten years from its introduction, and then awarded to the school
which had won it the most times, was won permanently by Mount Shasta
High School with the 1940 issue of the White and Gold. On account of
joint winners in 1938 and 1939, the trophy was not awarded permanently
until 1940. The trophy, which has been awarded permanently, was won
in 1929 and again in 1930 by Yrekag in 1931, 1933, and 1935 by Mount
Shasta, in 1932 by Weed, in 1934 by McCloud, in 1936 by Yreka, and
in 1937 by McCloud, in 1938 Yreka High School and McCloud High
School tied for first place, and in 1939 Mount Shasta, McCloud and Yreka
High Schools all tied for first place, and the trophy was won permanently
by Mount Shasta High School with the 1940 issue.
The new trophy, which was presented in 1945, was to be perpetual
until won three times by one school. The Hrst award of this trophy was
made to Yreka High School in 1941. The second award of the new trophy
was made to the McCloud High School in 1942. The award for 1943 was
made to the Yreka High School. The permanent award of this trophy
was made last year to the McCloud High School. The first award of a
new trophy this year was made to Yreka High School for the largest
number of points out of 100 distributed as follows:
COMPETITION AUTHOR SCHOOL POINTS
Art of the Frontispiece Shirley DeAvilla Yreka 10
Essay--Best Eleanor Beatty Mount Shasta 15
Second Betty Johnson McCloud 5
Story--Best Jere Hurley Yreka 15
Second George Stevenson Butte Valley 5
Poem-Best June Hildebrand Mount Shasta 15
Second Ruby Zanotto Yreka 5
Local Sec tion-Best Yreka 2 0
Second Tulelake 10
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