The 1926-1927 G.A.A continued working under the rules set the prior year.. Girls had to earn 100 points to become a member. To remain a member, girls had to earn 50 points each semester. All girls in the school are considered associate members until they earn 100 points.
A new awards system was instituted
Two girls, Consuelo Michaelson and Eloise Taylor, earned the loving cups for earning 1000 points. Five
The events for the 1926-1927 year were skating, baseball, volleyball, hiking, track, tennis, and swimming.
The Volleyball program began with 10 teams playing preliminary rounds. The teams would play 15 minutes.
Baseball was another of the sports the ladies participated in. There were preliminary rounds, followed by selecting the Class teams. The Sophomores emerged as the victors, defeating the Seniors 16-11
Swimming was again held at the Franklin pool.
Tennis is held twice in the year, in the fall and in the Spring. In the Spring, Ethyl Copeland retained the singles title she earned last year by defeating Jeanette Silberman. Copeland won the first set 6-4, lost the second one 4-6 and took the tie-breaking set 6-2.
Track was also offered. Merle LaBar set a city record of 148 feet in the baseball throw.
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