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H Mixed Chorus visited Beverly Manor December 18, a
project which turned out so successfully that Girls' Chorus
returned shortly after to entertain the patients. Q Senior
Orchestra went to the Burbank Golden Mall December TB
making an appearance which apparently thrilled Principal
Paul Williamson lupper letti. All choruses, along with
Senior Orchestra, provided holiday entertainment for the
students at the annual Christmas Assembly December l7
which was repeated for the parents December T9 in an
e ening performance. Art classes created the stage setting
This year's Bowling Club sponsored by Mrs. Laurie
Kolpias and Mr. Marv Cira, E ln December Snowball
Frol-ic was the Southern California dream and also the
name of the Christmas dance held on the l3th in the gym
Highlights ofthe dance was the appearance ot Mr. and
Mrs. Santa Claus, portrayed by Mr. Jean Mathias and
Mrs. Norma Johnson. They posed tor photographs with
students, includfng a rather bored Marcos Gallarza.
HHistory was made when Girls' League countered the
traditioinal Kinghts' Track Meer with their own Knightettes'
Tra'ck Meet January l5, Jeanne Pamirez, upper right, ran
the ninth grade 50 yard dash in seven seconds. Barbara
Sutherland received a ribbon in the eighth grade 50 yard
dash. Kings were Tom McDonald. seventh, Dave DeLong,
eighth, and Brad Parker, ninth E Blue, led by Mark
Carlson and David Foy, ripped the Gold 57-42 January
T3 in the ninth grade Blue-Gold Basketball Game. Gold
captains were Tom Viscocil and Rocky Zimmerman.
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E Candidates for office used both skits and speeches
as means of campaigning during the Election Assembly
January 23. The largest number of seventh graders ever
sought the office of seventh grade president. E During
tne spring Congress elections Jordan students selected
their i0 representatives from each grade levelm As
eighthxgrade president, Julie Larsen supervised the Art
Gallary competition which was won by seventh grader
Robin Hutton. Carl Morgan, an eighth grader, won the new
Photo Gallery wnicn was started this year under the
sponsors-hip of tlne seventh grade cl-ass. E Jordan swept
Muir 32-25 January 21 and 55-48 January 23 in the
Jordan-Muir Basketball Game. ln the first ga-me Pat
McDonald captured the Most Valuable Player Award.
in both games lvlark Carlson foolc high-scoring awards,
along wltn David Foy and iom OBrien. Carlson and Foy
were also selected co-lvlVP's for lne game. I Scnolarship's
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