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STUDENT CONTROL COURT The judicial branch of the Willard System of Student Control con- sists of a court, a records ' department, and a detention officer without whom the court could not function. This Student Control Court has two faculty members who serve in the capacity of judges and try only cases brought in by the Student Control Officers. The Records ' Department keeps the court records, makes out the judge ' s blotter, and maintains a file of information for use in the cases of second offenders. The court is modeled after the Berkeley Traffic Court with the ex- ception that, as yet, we have not granted jury trials, though both de- fendants and officers may call witnesses. In lieu of a jury trial, provision is made for appeal from the decision of the Lower Court to a Supreme Court presided over by Mr. Glessner. No oath is demanded of the wit- nesses, but it is understood that failure to tell the truth is punishable. We feel that the court, though still in its infancy, makes for greater cooperation, and that by placing more responsibility upon the students themselves they are interested in maintaining a better regulated traffic system. Court Officers Clerks of Court Jean Scholey Audrey Evernden Sergeants-at-Arms Gene Labadie Arthur Mcintosh Record Clerks Milton Chamblin Burke Hughson Harry Koplan Frank Morris George Pettygrove Henry Terry Bailiffs Calvin Mathews De Lancey Smith 17
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STUDENT CONTROL Willard has had for several years a group of students assisting the faculty in corridor traffic. This term, however, some valuable additions have been made, and some new projects tried. The Student Control con- sists of a chief, two captains, two lieutenants, and nearly eighty other officers who stand in the halls and yards to direct traffic, keep order in the vicinity of the lockers, and to perform any other duties that are necessary to maintain order. A court is also a part of the machinery of the Student Control. Here arrests made by officers are tried, and sen- tences given. Weekly meetings of the Student Control are held to discuss problems and to install any desirable improvement. The officers very generally feel they receive a valuable training by contact with the different types of boys and girls and from the discipline they must give themselves in self-control, intelligent sympathy, and moral courage. Willard heartily endorses the Student Control. It feels it is a progres- sive project from which all are deriving benefit. STUDENT CONTROL BOARD Chief Harvey Short Captains Louis Bennett, Norman Wiley, DeWitt Dettmer Lieutenants Rosemary Mcintosh, Dick Reed, Charles Richards Officers Ray Altman Joe Ambrose Alexander Anderson Marjorie Anderson Jim Arbios Dorothy Bauer Natalie Beeson Cornelia Bingham Lois Bradshaw Allen Bray Edward Brewer Arch Brown Virginia Carleton Warren Carr Glenn Connors Happy Coyle Carleton Cross Fred Cushing Mary Anne Delmore Charles Delsescaux Kerwin Dennis Robert Dettmer Bill Dreusike Anne Duhring BillDundon Martha Eaton Charles Evans Vincent Evensen Alice Forkum Kathleen Fox June Frisbie Bill Gester Betty Grass Bruce Hamilton Felicie Hammons Errol Hatfield Sherman Hay Wilbur Hedquist Ruth Higginbotham Wilfred Hodgkin Frank Hoyt Yukio Kawamoto Anita Magneson Florence Makower Virginia Martin Arthur Mcintosh Tom McLaren Mary McPeak Margaret Meads Barbara Mel Robert Muir Betty Mullin Barbara Phillips Wesley Plunkett Charles Rappold Harry Regina James Ruff John Shepherd Bdl Simpson Glen Slaughter Timmie Smith Patsy Stava Hugh Steven Annabel Stevenson Mary Sutherland Edna Swenson Russell Terkildsen Doreta White Janice Wickline Emerson Wright 16
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STUDENT BODY ELECTION The election of Student Body Officers was of especial interest this semester as the method was entirely new to Willard. The plan of the election was similar to that of our regular state elections. All members of the Student Body were duly registered by the class presidents. The candidates were nominated by the students and approved by a faculty committee. This approved list of candidates was placed on the ballot at the primary election Tuesday, May 22nd. The final election took place Tuesday, May 29th. Members of the H9 Class served as the election board at both elections. The officers of the Student Body elected were president, vice-presi- dent, secretary, girls ' athletic manager, and boys ' athletic manager. Splen- did school spirit was shown by the large number of candidates who ran at the primary and the heavy vote cast by the Student Body. On Monday, May 21st, the day before the primary election, the can- didates were presented to the Student Body by Mr. Glessner, principal of Willard School. The candidates for the presidency were asked to make short campaign speeches. The polls were opened in the school yard from 7:14 a. m. to 3:20 p. m. There were two voting precincts, one for boys and one for girls. The ballot boxes painted in school colors, green and gold, were made in the shop under Mr. Baxter ' s supervision. The voting booths were also made by the shop. The ballots were made in the office by Mrs. Burwell. Every detail was observed to make the election a practical experience to be helpful as years go by to the eleven hundred or more students who voted. The two candidates receiving the highest number of votes for each office at the primary were the candidates in the final election May 29th. The successful candidates were Harvey Short (president), Margaret Meads (vice-president) , Bill Miller (secretary) , Marjorie Cox (girls ' ath- letic manager) , Robert Hink (boys ' athletic manager) . Adele de Fremery and Jimmy Jee were selected as yell leaders on a competition basis by Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Edwards, and Mr. Richardson, who served as judges. The Student Body will have the pleasure of cooperating with these newly chosen leaders in their official capacity next term. 18
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