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1924-1925 G.A.A
Florence Beck: Earned 1000 points and a loving cup through participation in volleyabll, folk dancing, track, baseball, tennis and hiking. She set the city and school record in the High Jump.

For the 1925-1926 G.A.A.,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

Florence Graschberger: Earned 1000 points and a loving cup by participating in volleyball, track, gynastics, baseball and skating.
associate members until they earn 100 points.


For the girl to win participation, she had to earn 200 points. 

Ruth Kaplan: Earned 1000 points and a loving cup by participating in volleyball, baseball, skating, track and swimming.
Toearn a letter, she had to earn 600.  To earn a loving cup, she had to earn 1000 point.  Three girls earned loving cups, Florence Beck, Florence Graschberger and Ruth Kaplan. 



City tennis champion Helen Hardenbergh
baseball competition was held in March.  The Seniors won the tournament with three wins.  The sophomores had two wins and the juniors managed only one win.


The tennis tournament was again

Senior Champion Baseball Team
won by Helen Hardenbergh.  This is the second year Hardenbergh won the tournament.  She was one of three girls who represented North in the City tournament.  For the second year in a row, Hardenbergh made the championship game and played Bernice Davidson of West.  This pair also played
Participants in skating
for the 1924 championship.  It seemed like deja vu when Hardenbergh won by the exact same score she did in 1924!


In track, Florence Beck set a school and city record in the high jump. 

All-star volleyball team
Three girls set school records, Marvel Howe in the hop-skip-jump, Lorene L, (no last name was given in the yearbook) in the discus throw, and Priscilla Bretz in the dash.