Thursday, November 19, 1964

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, an assembly was held in remembrance of those killed in the first and second world wars.

After the singing of “O Canada,” principal D.A. Voth made a few remarks. Following these, the interesting film “The Long Silence” was shown. The film was lent to the school by the Canadian Legion.

Following the film, the Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Shaw, sang two selections: “God of Love, O King of Peace” and “Valiant Hearts.” Accompanist was Joan Smith, and the soloist was Jim Hestermann.

The Rev. Canon dePencier gave an interesting and informative address. This was followed by the Last Post, a one-minute period of silence, and Reveille. The school then sang “O God, Our Help in Ages Past.” The assembly closed with the singing of “The Queen,” and left everyone with a feeling of solemnity and thoughtfulness towards those who had fought and fallen for our country in the two great wars.

Finals in the WIN basketball competition are taking place at noon hours this week. On Monday, the Grade 12 team easily defeated the Grade 11 team to capture first place. The teams from Grades 10, 11 and 13 will play off to determine the final standngs. Final news about the competition will be in next week’s paper.

On Thursday. November 12, the Senior Boys basketball team was transformed into the world-famous “Harlem All-Grubs.” The team, complete with cheerleaders, consisted of George Allen, Dave Harris, Bob Brooks, Bob King and Greg Sharpe. They played a team made up of Mrs. McKinlay, Mr. Carmichael, Mr. Zebroff, Mr. Andreasen and Brian Brewer. Harassment of the other players by the boys’ team led to much amusement. This game was a comical prelude to the Harlem All-Stars’ game last Saturday night.

The first term Honor Roll will be in next week’s paper owing to an unavoidable delay.

The date of the roller skating party is now Tuesday, December 8. Tickets are available from the class reps.

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