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social doncing and such games as ping-pong und checkers, Social
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The purpose of the METAL CLUB is to offer time, equipment,
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their leisure time. Mr. Carter sponsors this group of boys.
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The STAMP CLUB, supervised by Mr, Lombard, meets to collect,
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THE CLASS 0F SUMMER 1954 IN REVIEW
ln the winter of 1951, John Burroughs little realized that the 362 new B7's would increase ta 447 and become one of the largest
classes ever to be graduated from the school. First we met Mr. Lloyd, Miss Baller, and Mrs, Toaker -our grade counselor. After preliminary
meetings between these folks, our parents, and us, we became normal, happy, J.B.-ites. One of our first real tasks as members of the J.B.
community was to elect one boy and one girl from the social studies classes to serve on the Council of Representatives. After the speeches
were given, Tanya Zelesky ond Richard Silvera were chosen by the Board of Control ta be B7 Representatives.
We began our second semester at John Burroughs by electing Barbara Newman and Tommy Seliba our "Grade Reps." During this
semester, the terrific "Burr Frolics of '52" were held and by this time members of our class were familiar with the wonderful assemblies
at J.B. Buying defense stamps became a regular part of our school activities as we did our part in aiding our country. Mrs. Tooker left us
far the Attendance Office this semester and we were sorry to see her go. However, we soon made o new and loyal friend in Mr. Thomas
who took her place.
With much enthusiasm we watched for the installation of the little boxes known as the "PA, System" and heard what was to
become a familiar voice, that of Mr. Lloyd, who began a new phase of his career-giving announcements. Brenda Browdy and Bill Neal
were elected "Grade Reps" and worked with the Board of Control which was carefully Plunnlng o new constitution that would change the
government of our school. Alan Harris began a career in school service by presiding over assemblies as Chairman of Junior Assembly.
As seniors lar the first time, we were expected to accept new responsibilities along with our new "senior privileges." During this
semester the new constitution, after being voted on by every J.B.-ite, was put into eflect. lt gave more students a chance to participate in
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