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This year, girls from all classes displayed an unusual interest in soccer.
On September 29, sixty-two much-enthused girls gported for the nrst practice.
A few dropped out, and at the end of the season. the remaining fifty-four took
an active part in the tournament.
Maybe you would hesitate before calling a few of the Junior and Senior
girls the "weaker sex" if you had witnessed any of the following games staged
by said girls following a few of the soccer practices. More than one female bit
the dust as she was thrown for a six-yard loss. The signals were especially
worthy of notice.
After eleven practices, a soccer tournament was held. Results were as
Games Won Lost Tied
Seniors . . . ,..... 3 0 0
Juniors .... . . . l 2 0
Sophomores . . . . . l 2 O
Frosh .,.. . . . l 2 0
A great deal of enthusiasm was centered on girls' basketball this year.
Throughout the entire season, the practices were well attended, and as a result,
students witnessed four good teams in action in the tournament.
The first game, between the Sophomores and Seniors, was good although
one-sided-in favor of the Seniors. The final score was 20-10. The Juniors
scored a 34-8 victory over the Freshman following the above game. In thc
second round. the Freshmen were again defeated, this time by the strong Senior
sextette, who pushed through for a 36-2 victory. The Juniors were again vic-
torious, defeating the Sophomores by a score of 25-9. In the finals. which of
course proved the most interesting, the Sophomores edged out the Freshmen
39-12 to win third place. The championship game was hard fought through-
out, but the Juniors were unsuccessful in checking the onslaught of the Senior
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G, A. A,
At the close of G. A. A. last year, the following were chosen as officers
for the coming year: President, Gertrude lVlcNelly: Vice President, Blanche
Howell: Secretary, Cleo Sam: Treasurer. Verna Dahlhiemer. Heads of sports
were: Basketball, Margie Wells: Volley Ball, Lora Lee Chase: Track, Evelyn
Grunquist: Outdoor Sports, Dorothy Freeburg: Programs, Frances Jo-lly:
Soccer, Ruth Armstrong: Tennis. Alice Schmoldt: Baseball, Frances Gordon:
Hygiene and Scholarship, Anne DeLong.
Regular meetings were held for the Council on the third Tuesday of every
month, and the following Tuesdays for the entire G. A. A., the latter being
more in the form of a social meeting.
A new G. A. A. orchestra was organized, which played at several of the
As the Honor Athlete of the Girls' Athletic Association is announced at
the last meeting of the year, we are unable to publish that at this writing.
Many new members have been added to our group, who will take the
places of those who are graduating, so we hope for a successful year in 1931-32.
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J ups for the teams were as follows:
Forwards Guards Forwards Guards
M. Sam D. Grosslein V. Dahlhiemer V. Lahn
E. Grunquist R. Armstrong L. Tapper M. Wells
B. Howell L. Sullivan A. Anderson D. Freeburg
A. Nelson G. McNelly L. Porter
Forwards Guards Forwards W Guards
B. Sullivan C. Sam G. Peterson R. Hymanson
R. Paulson L. Richards M. DeLong C. Speed
G. Crapser M. Powell I. Amazi C. Laws
M. Talbot E. Ricketts W. Murphy M. Cooney
Volleyball and track will be started immediately and will be followed by
Baseball as soon as the weather permits outdoor practice. A tennis tournament
will be played also.
All Girls? Picnic
The Annual All-Girls' Picnic, sponsored by the G. A. A. was held Tues-
day, September 30. About forty girls turned out. After hiking to Brownie's
the weiners and apples roasted over a huge Ere were thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Baseball, songs and individual antics provided entertainment.
The G. A. A. Council spent April 24 and 25 at DeLong's cottage on
Round Lake. Entertainment consisted of eating, improvising movies, card
games, dancing to Lora Lee's playing, and sleeping four in a bed. "Middle
man says, 'Roll over'."
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