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Page 53 text:
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
IANDK AT 'l'IllC lillillllil
If some day, Tuesday and Thursday especially, when you are walking down the hall of
dear old B.H.S. you were to go past the gym, you would no doubt be met with the oddest
noises you have ever experienced. Not that its . girls are doing only destructive work in
their training, but that they seem to get intothe strangest situations possible is evident
from the queer expulsions of sound.
The classes ran along smoothly with seldom a moment of
boredom. There was always an unexpected happening to break
the seriousness with which the girls went about their sports. They
harbored a determination for success and many are now satisfied
after the passing of another year.
Let me tell you, those girls certainly believe in variety! Just
look at the number of sports they participated in and the num-
ber of girls intensely interested in them. There are always, of
course, those who excel, those who become very good at it, and
those who aren't interested in such thingsg but they were all good
sports and attacked the seasonal sports as they came along with
several arriving at the end of the year the objects of many
perilous exploits. The word "perilous" is very fitting, not in an
altogether serious sense, but that many had accidentally during
their strenuous encounters torn a finger nail or acquired a few
T'he various classes participated in such games as speedball,
GRACE OSBORNE volleyball, basketball and badminton, all of which are played in
G.A.A. One activity which they seemed to enjoy intensely was
the dancing, both folk dancing and social dancing. This work became an important part
of the class routine and a popular thing with the girls.
This year a new system was carried out with surprising successg in each class there
were two or three girls who took over the office duties of the instructor, thus leaving her
free to devote all her time to the girls and their activities. It became a well-known part of
the gym work and will probably be used again next year.
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Front Row: Mz11'i41l1 Martin II'l1lIl' l'l1ristia11su11, l.um'ilI-- llvilll. Gladys Ihftl:-1'ly, Myla Mila-Inlll,
Ixzntl1lw-11 .XlllIt'I'b1Hl1, lllan l'IK'I'lIIIUIlg1'II.
Back Row: Ifllllil. liavollills. .Xllln-ai lil-Ili, Marie M1-zull-V. Ifllixzllu-lI1 I'i1-rson. .I:111i1'-- .Xllwll-1-54111.
II1IlII Y l'l' I'I111 K1 '
G.A.A. LETTER GIRLS
Table 'l'ennis-Marie Mezuler
Hikeflrene Cliristianson and
With scrapes from speedball, floor IJlll'l1S fro111 volley-
ball and basketball, and strained inuscles fl'0I11 softball,
our super-athletes have finished their much ren1e111bered
year of G.A.A.
Speedball is the newest game added to tl1e list of
season's playing for our regular girl athletes, As a sub-
stitute for soccer tl1is year tl1e girls became well acquainted
witl1 the game, tI1e juniors ber-oniing K'I13lHpl0llS for tl1e
Volleyball followed speedball, and the juniors again
cropped the highest berth for athletes.
In basketball, our worthy G.A.A. girls became experts
i11 tumbles, if not in the art of the ga111e. A11d speaking
of tumbles, the one executed in the Junior-Senior game
in tl1e tournament was a sight to behold. The girls of the
Junior team, incidently, outnumbered the Seniors in that tumble.
Kittenball came into tl1e lin1eligl1t i11 April and added somewhat to tl1e activities of tI1e
year. Casualty lists included: fingers 1113.116 strong and ac-tive, a few muscles came to life
which the girls didn't k11ow were present, and a few l1o1ne runs.
The G.A.A. plaque, Carrying tI1e names of tI1e l1igl1est poi11t letter girls, has become
a tradition, a11d again tl1is year the most outstanding girl in atlileties will have l1er name
engraved on it.
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BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The boys' physical education classes, under the supervision of George "Shaky"
Schaumberg, have been kept very busy at play during the school year. The variation
of the games and the arrangement of the games to be played during the limited
recreation periods were well-liked by the boys. A portion of the class spent their time
in the recreation room, while the rest were active in the gymnasium.
The games played in the recreation room involved individual competition, such
as table tennis, box hockey, archery, shuffleboard and others. Table tennis seemed
to be the favorite among the boys, and the available tables were in constant use.
Of the games played in the gym, basketball was the favorite. Other games
played were volleyball, soccer and touch-football, the soccer and football games be-
ing played outside. Basketball games were played o11 the courts running the width
of the gym, making it possible for two games to go on at once.
An intramural basketball
league was formed again this
year under the capable direc- T
tion of George Schaumberg as y
before. The various teams y
played mornings before the i
regular classes began. Over 140
basketball-minded boys turned
out for the league, one member
of each team acting as captain,
it being his job to get his team
up and ready to play. The
league turned out very success-
ful and games were held
throughout the basketball sea-
Hoi'1NG Axim Hooluxri
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