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RALLY COMMITTEE The purpose of the Rally Committee is to build up school spirit. I think we have done that quite well this year. The committee has been improved by enlarging to seventeen members and by making a definite set of rules for members to follow. We have also started using a new type of Rally hat which is like a cap in- stead of the old beanie. The Rally Committee has been one of the most active of the school clubs, sponsoring dances at noon and after school. Our two big night dances were very well attended and everyone seemed to enjoy them. The P.-T.A. has expressed its thanks for the Com- mittee’s assistance in the P.-T.A. activities. I ' m sure that the Rally Committee will continue to be a leader among the school clubs. Howard Young. GIRLS ' LEAGUE The Girls’ League has had a very successful term. There was a Big Sister party which consisted of a small variety show and refreshments. Many of the girls took part. Our Leap YearH op .which wasthebig night dance, went over in a big way. A large number attended. We also have had quite a few noon and afterschool dances. The full cooperation and help from Mrs. Conrad, the Senior Committee, and the Girls ' League have helped to promote friendship between the girls and to make this term a very pleasant and successful one. Caroline Haven, President. Barbara Littlejohn, Vice-President. Jackie Hineline, Secretary. 20
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BOYS ' SPORTS The year 1951-52 was more than generous to Willard with its share of victories in inter- school sports. In volleyball the L-8 ' s and H-8 ' s were inter-school champions with four wins and no defeats. The L-9 ' s tied with Garfield for first place, each school having three wins and one loss. The poor H-9 ' s failed to show this year, taking it on the chin four in a row. In basketball the best team this year turned out to be the I 05 ' s . They were unde- feated all year. The 95 ' s came in next with three wins and one loss, tying Garfield for the championship. The Unlimited ' s and I I 5 ' s ended up about fifty-fifty. The Unlimited ' s lost two to Burbank but were able to take Garfield ' s measure twice. The I I5 ' s, off fo a good start with one win, were plagued by sickness and ended up with a one-win three- loss record. In softball the H-9 ' s defeated the L-9 ' s to represent the school and ended the inter- school season with two wins and two losses. The H-8 ' s represented the lower division and won their only game from Burbank. They lost the second game to Burbank and both games to Garfield. Sandy Kaya. BLOCK " W " (BOYS) To become a member of the Block " W " Club you must participate on one of the inter-school teams: softball, basketball, vol- leyball or track. During the first of the semester we met to select officers for the year, and to plan for the annual bean feed. This year has been a successful one with many new members added. We hope that many who are not yet members of the Block " W " will soon join. Richard Jarrett. BLOCK " W " (GIRLS) The Block " W " Club for the girls is made up of those who have earned letters and stars by participating in any of the inter- school sports: volleyball, basketball, softball, or track. The officers elected by the mem- bers are: President, Caroline Haven and Secretary, Nancy Hickox. Together with the boys ' organization we sponsored the annual Bean Feed for parents, teachers, and students, which went off very successfully this year. The club has grown by leaps and bounds as many more have earned awards this year. Judy Kinsell. 19
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