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FORM OFFICERS FALL TERM Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Presidents Jane Walker Sydney Colpitts Margaret MacLean Elizabeth Brooks Glee Willows Marion Ballantyne Sheena Brydon Barbara Rowat Beth Lennox Vice-Presidents Jennifer Biggs Barbara Barker Anne Bergithon Jane Torrey Bette Shannon Barbara Stanfield RoNNE Heming Sandra Williams Andrea Stein SPRING TERM Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Presidents Jane Walker Sydney Colpitts Margaret MacLean Sydney Price Bette Shannon Clare Connor Lee Henderson Karen Price Ruth Karlson Vice-Presidents Jennifer Biggs Joan Baylis Lee Reuland Elizabeth Brooks Wendy Laws Tanya Gagnon Janet Beattie Beverley Rowat Jill Murphy Form Arts VI Science VI Form Va Form Vb Form IVa Form IVb Form IIIa Form IIIb Upper II Form II Boarders Library Representatives Phyllis Weldon Linda Hilliard Judy Irwin Anne Begor Lois Lennox Linda Guthrie Janet Beattie Beverley Rowat Jo-Anne Humphreys mireille coulourides Margaret MacLean Treasurers Beverley Smith Joan Baylis Sue Vickers Laureen Hicks Joanne Fyfe Elaine Speirs Lee Henderson Pat Wilson Robin Richmond 
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THE HOUSES HIS YEAR the Houses have been larger than ever, and all of them welcomed many new members. The House Competition, held on the twenty-eighth of November, consisted of scenes from Broadway musicals. Barclay House portrayed " Carousel " , Gumming " Oklahoma " , Fairley " Annie Get Your Gun " , and Ross " The King and I " . All the Houses spent the weeks preceding the competition in hectic rehearsals, many of which took place at such unheard-of hours as eight-thirty a.m. Everyone, however, agreed that she had had a wonderful time. Congratu- lations to Fairley, the winner, and to their " Stars " Carolyn Bedford- J ones and M.G. Morton, who brought the house down with their duet, " Anything you can do, I can do better " . At Christmas, Fairley was leading the race for the House Shield, with Ross following only two or three points behind, then Barclay and Gumming. During the second term, the Sp elling Bee took place. This was won by Barclay, with Fairley as runners-up. We are all looking forward to the basketball matches and Field Day. Both these events offer opportunities to pile up House points, and are enjoyed by everybody. We would like to thank all our members for their cooperation and House spirit, and we hope that next year the Houses will have as much fun as we have had. Good luck to all the Houses! THE HOUSE HEADS Barclay Jane Walker Anne Murray Gumming Bogna Pasierbinska Elizabeth Biggs Fairley M. G. Morton Jennifer Biggs Ross Diana Ardagh Diane Kromp JUNIOR RED CROSS THIS YEAR the School has supported the Red Cross activities very enthusiastically. Miss Adams, who is in charge, has received the full co-operation of the four elected House Representatives: Jean Mason, Juliana Loewenheim, Frances Kornpointer, and Barbara Armbruster. Competition between the Houses is great, and as a result Red Cross work is being turned out in abundance. The knitted and sewn garments, most of which have gone to Austria for Hungarian Relief, will certainly be appreciated. The Forms and Houses also collected different articles for health kits, which are in great demand. The interesting scrap-books and cuddly stuffed animals have gone to children ' s hospitals, where, we hear, they are greatly admired. The annual sale of Red Cross calendars, this year bearing the picture of Korean orphans, was quite successful. The School was represented at the Red Cross Variety Review by our talented Carolyn Bedford- J ones and Margaret Grace Morton, who sang a duet from " Annie Get Your Gun " . The proceeds of this show went to overseas relief. In School, fifty-four tickets were sold. Trafalgar ' s one hundred per cent enrolment must not be overlooked. Congratulations! Keep it up. Best luck to all in the future, and never forget your motto, " I serve " . Barbara Armbruster, Arts VI, Barclay House. 
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