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BOYS ' SPORTS Follov ing the example set by the four preced- ing years we won every league we entered ex- cept track in which we lost a meet to both Albany High and the Berkeley " C ' s " . In field day, Eddy Tom broke the No. 105-50 yd. dash with a 6.2 time over the old record of 6.6. In tennis we won our only match with Mac- Donald, Stanislawski and Cox being the flashes. Cox, by the way, made a good anchor in the high nine relay. Our hard ball team won three out of the first four games and won the league in about the same proportion. Ellis pitched a no-hit game and got the only hit against Tamalpais — a home run. 1. Boys ' Block G Club 2. Varsity Basketball 3. Varsity Softball 4. 85-lb. Basketball 5. Varsity Hardball 6. 105-lb. Basketball 7. High 8 Baseball 8. 8 Tennis 9. 115-lb. Basketball
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MUSIC Orchestra — Playing at a P. T. A. meeting and the Music Festival was Garfield ' s own orchestra, composed of over fifty musicians and led by capable Mr. Minzyk. Band — The pride of Garfield this semester was our band which came back with flying colors from the Stockton State contest with an A rating. Conductor Mr. Minzyk also led his pupils to vic- tory at our Music Festival. Nice work, band. A Cappella — Practice, practice, and more practice! That is what the A Cappella, under the careful care of Mrs. Smith, must have done to sing so well at the Festival of Music. And from what we hear they did themselves proud at the Presbyterian church, where they sang in May. Girls ' Glee — The demand for the Girls ' Glee has certainly kept Mrs. Young and her girls busy this year, for they sang for the Music Fes- tival, the P. T. A. meeting, Mrs. Dyson ' s Motion Picture Review Program and a L7 Program meeting this spring. We offer our congratula- tions. Boys ' Glee — Mr. Bliss has led his boys through a successful term of singing for ' 41. They were well received at Oxford School and at Garfield ' s Music Festival. Jim Ellis: " My history teacher is the meanest man I know. " Jim Fish: " How is that? " Jim E.: " He borrows my penknife to sharpen his pencil to give me bad marks. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Is Mr. Lawson in? " Miss Thompson: " No, he has gone out for lunch. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Will he be in after lunch? " Miss Thompson: " No, that ' s what he ' s gone out after. " Mr. Edwards: " Now, if 1 drop a silver coin in this bubbling acid, will it dissolve? " Sherburne Cook: " No, sir. " Mr. E.: " No, then perhaps you will explain why not. " Sherburne C: " Frankly, sir, if it would dis- solve, you wouldn ' t put it in. " Miss Ochoa: " Write a composition on the sub- ject ' Water ' . " After some difficulty, Dave Smith handed in the following: " Water is a light colored wet liquid which turns dark when you wash in it. " Bud Stone: " What ' s the matter, dad? " Dad: " A puncture. " Bud: " You should have watched out for that, the guide book says there is a fork in the road about here. " Pat Ball: " Pardon me, does this car stop at tenth street? " Ed Patterson: " Yes, watch me, and get off one station before I do. " Pat Ball: " Thank you. " 1. A Capella Choir 2. Soloists, Band. Orchestra 3. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 8) 4. The Winning Garfield Band 5. The Orchestra 6. Band— Off to Stockton 7. Boys ' Glee Club 8. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 3) Nancy Masters: " Sorry I can ' t accept you, Gary, but circumstances over which I have no control prevent me. " Gary Mienhold: " And what are those circum- stances? " Nancy: " Yours. " Mr. Lawson: " Where is my umbrella? " Secretary (Miss Thompson): " I found it at the Lost and Found office. " Mr. Lawson: " That ' s quite strange — I ' ve never been there. "
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SPORTS Softball was also successful. Both the H8 ' s and H9 ' s beat Willard and Burbank. If anyone wanted to see some good fun they should have watched the H8 ' s beat the faculty. The teachers didn ' t have much control over the lads — What Fun! Neal Tveitmoe was high point man in basket- ball this term with a total of seventy-three points. Ellis, Johnson, and Ohsimi were close in that order. We won and lost one to Crockett, beat Vallejo twice, we beat Willard twice, and won one and lost one to Burbank. The San Pablo Boys ' Club were too hard to beat as well as assorted groups of alumni. GIRLS ' SPORTS— SPRING ' 41 The H9 Girls ' baseball teams played the L9 girls and won! Therefore, they played against Willard and Burbank. They successfully de- feated Willard, 26 to 10, but when they played Burbank they were beaten. But don ' t blame the girls too much. These girls have held the inter-school competition in their grade for a long time, and hats off to Miss Stout for the helpful instruction she has given us. Soon after the girls were beaten by Burbank, they began organizing advisory groups for the relay races, and all competition groups for the dashes, broad-jumps, and basketball and base- ball throwing. Volley ball is to be started after the track meet. More power to you this time, girls! -I f% P f ( 1. Girls ' Block G Club 2. High 9 Basketball 3. High 9 Baseball 4. Low 9 Basketball ■i .-ilsaifc 5. High 8 Basketball 6. Lov7 8 Basketball 7. High 8 Baseball
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