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Page 10 text:
LAW AND ORDER
The Willard Court is run on a plan similar to
that of the Berkeley Bicycle Court.
This term Mrs. lohnson has been in charge of
the court as well as the Student Control. There-
fore these two organizations have worked more
The court's job is to punish those who violate
school laws. Student Control officers give vio-
lators tickets. The court tries the case and gives
a sentence if the defendant is found guilty.
The Student Control officers have been in
charge 'of the new detention. This has proved
very effective in reducing the number of de-
This term's officers of the court are Ursula
Goldschmidt, lanet Healdf Richard Turner and
George Hiscock, the judges: Carol Crawford,
bailiff, Maureen Haberman, desk clerky Claudia
Anthony, detention clerk, Lynn Ferguson, chief
clerk: and Leatrice Robarge, Iris Suttle and Fred
Axtel, the sergeants.
The Student Control is an organization of boys
selected for their ability and their good citizen-
ship, to direct the flow of traffic to and from
classes. They are responsible for good order and
safety in the corridors. lf traffic rules are dis-
obeyed, Student Control members issue tickets
to the violators. If the offenses are serious, the
offenders are tried in the Student Court. Every
member of the Student Control also serves for
one week as a Iunior Traffic Officer on Telegraph
Mrs. Iohnson is the faculty sponsor.
Chief of Police of
Willard Student Control
Page 9 text:
The Student Council of Willard
School has been in effect lor many
years. It consists of one repre-
sentative from each advisory, all
of the Student Body oiiicers, and
the commissioners. The meetings
are held every other Monday,
with the President presiding. All
business of the Student Body is
taken care of at these meetings,
reports being given by the com-
missioners, and future plans die
Page 11 text:
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The ever popular Willard Boys' Glee Club,
with a membership of 83 selected voices, has
maintained throughout the year its traditionally
fine work, directed by Mrs. Kellogg.
A splendid program oi their favorite numbers
was presented to the P.-T.A. meeting on the eve-
ning oi November sixth.
The club particularly enjoyed rehearsing and
singing the Christmas carols.
The Glee Club continues to be one of the most
active organizations in the school.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
We have had 70 girls chosen from the seventh,
eighth, and ninth grades enrolled in Glee this
term. The director is Miss Alpha Bonney, who
came to Willard this fall.
Our first program was given tor the P.-T.A. on
December third when we sang four numbers:
Today There is Ringing, The Virgin's Slumber
Song, A Christmas Carol from Lapland, with
Vera Cruze as soloist, and Noel of the Bressan
Waits. The program given for the school in-
cluded A Galician Carol, with castanet and
tambourine accompaniment, which we enioyed
singing most of all.
We were very happy to receive a letter from
Miss Wilson, Supervisor of Music, compliment-
ing us on our tone quality and perfect pitch.
Under the expert guidance of Miss Bonney we
will work hard to attain perfection whenever
Under the direction oi Mr. Thomas Caldwell
the Willard Orchestra is having a successful
It now has the best string section it has had
in a long time.
Many players from our orchestra are attend-
ing rehearsals oi the Berkeley School Symphony
Orchestra held at Berkeley High.
The orchestra has played for school activities
such as assemblies and P.-T.A. meetings and
will play for graduation.
The players are:
Ellen Finkel -
Clarinetsz Michael Traynor, Robert Hubbell,
lohn Parrish, Shirley Bryant, Carol Crawford,
Connie Nolan, Patty Maine, Bob Boherer, Nor-
man Stephens, Dot lchioka, Gloria Gapasin.
Ruth Koide ,
Trumpets: Bob O'Neil, Paul Knudsen, Harvel
Smith, Gordon Knight, Wayne McMorran, Tom
Carlton, Scott Ferguson, Rudolph Pope.
Scrxes.: lack Fitch, Earl Pecot, Virginia Stumpft,
Eugene Anderson, lames Benefield.
Flue and Piccolo: Margo Dennes, Marienne
Austin, Gregory Thomas. yy yy
The Band represented Willard this year by
playing for Le Conte in their annual Halloween
Parade and again for the P.-T.A. They did a
splendid job under the direction of Mr. Thomas
Horns: Walt Vollmer, Harold Sawyer, Don
Shields, lohn Crowley. i
Trombones: Hannah Eijima, loan Williams,
Percussion: Morman Bru, Franklin Browne,
David Mullahy, Douglas Lindeman.
Drum Maiorettes: Pat Clarke,.Anne Anderson,
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