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Page 23 text:
This yeaufs uelivities have heen greatly in-
ereasecl clue to the enrl of the war. Though we
have no gym, we spend nine weeks of each
semester outfloors nnfler the instruction of MISS
BERNICE FITES. Girls who belong to the
Girlsi Athletic Assoeiation, sponsored in our
sehool hy Miss Fites, were allowed to play tennis
on the Purrlue tennis courts, go howling, anfl
enter several arehery contests. Activities which
we enjoy in gym classes are tumbling, soccer,
speedhall, and volleyball. These will he in-
ercased when the new gymnasium is built.
C. A. A.: Joan Bushnell, presiclenlg Bill'lHll'il
Bough, viee presidcntg Joanne DeLong, seere-
Page 22 text:
Our l1igl1 school curriculum would not he
complete without some sort of physical education
course. That hrings us to MR. ROBERT BECKER
again, under whose direction the hoys started
out in the fall on the football field. During this
time they chased the pigskin over the field or
did calisthenics. Wllell the Gridiron season
faded out and old ,lack Frost came around, the
classes were held in school. Now it was Hhow
fast you should drive and what makes red cor-
Health and Safety was a "favorite,' of many
of the fellows. ln early spring, after Mr. Becker
had hroadened the classes' acquaintance with
these worthy suhjects, they went hack to the
field again. The weather at first might not have
been just right for shorts and hasehall hut that
didn't hother the hoys.
Page 24 text:
Without the Art Department and the continu-
ous effort and help of MRS. GWEN HAMMER
we would be unable to express our original ideas
and feelings as we try to better ourselves in
painting, poster-making, sculpturing, clay mod-
eling, and leather Works. This is one class where
we appreciate the criticisms of our fellow artists
as it always helps us to achieve the praise we
are all longing for. In a world of PEACE domi-
nated by science and mechanics, the love of
beauty and its expression plays an important
role in the understanding of the cultural back-
ground of other people upon whom we depend
to keep the PEACE.
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