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Q The first Inter-Scholastic Girls' Basketball Playday was
held at Jordan March I8. Q The annual Candy Sale
to raise money for the school treasury began March lO
with Cabinet passing out cases of chocolate almond bars.
March 2l the winners were declared: Andy Torok, first,
Suzie Scovel, second, Eddie Diaz, third, and Larry Cole,
fourth. Steve Eisinger, a member of Stamp and Coin
Club, ex ibited hlis stamp collection at one of the club's
after-school meetings. Miss Becky Tuck was the sponsor.
H Mrs, L nn Mingori often led discussions during JSS
meetings. Who's Who finalists gathered in the iournalism
room March 20 to be photographed for the yearbook.
lThe Bunny Hop March i4 featured the group Slow Hard
Roll. - Jordan won 2-l against Muir in an unofficial
game in late March. . Kevin Alvis worked out daily in
the gym to mainftain his muscular physique. 'Competition
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Queens were Rosa lbarra, eighth, Marilyn Unsworth,
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E Drama's Patriotic Assembly, "America ls", was held
February W, 20, and Zi, one day for each grade level.
E Barbara Kinney and Julie Eggen, members ot SAC,
worked on decoratons tor tne nunny t-lop Dance. SACS
maior responsibility at Jordan has always been the
sponsoring of the various school dances. Basketball
Club, sponsored by COO'Cl'l Terry Scott, met Thursdays
after school. Members often take field trips to Laker
games. Dancing in the cafeteria was extended from one
to two days a week this year when students showed
increasing interest in the activity. During the last
seconds of the three-minute overtime, a basket by the Blue
brought them an 8-6 vicory March ll in The Blue-White
Scooter Basketball Game. Blue was headed by Captain
Vicki Strong and White by Denise Chavez. Karen
Frederiksen, assistant, and Aldine DelMedico, editor,
were chosen by Publications as second semester Lair staff.
K The Candy Sale Kick-Off Assembly March i0 featured
skits by Cabinet members and an exhibition of karate
techniques by experts from the YMCA. Girls took part
in tumbling and worked out on the ba ance beam and un-
even parailel bars Tuesday and Fridays in the Gymnastics
Club sponsored by Mrs. Linda Gump. Several practice
track meets were held to prepare Jordan boys for the
upcoming Knights' Track Meet in April.
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