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MAUNGATAPU SCHOOL

Annual Picnic and Sports

The annua] picnic and sports of th» MaungtUpu School were held ou Thursday Isst, in thp prettily siuuttel grounds kindly lent by Mr Johnston at Welcome B ;) y, lhe atteud .m:& was hirge, visitors being present from Ohauiti, Waitao, "Mat pilii a..d T.-uiranga. A m sc enjoj able t'mo vrn.s spent. A future of the day was tht> " migic fishirLr pond, " ir. which 'tl! the children of the Junior School, aid all below school ag'", were success ful in making a catch The Ladies' in charge of the tefrtsu men's put on a sprea I in the mu d bountiful country style, wi-ild t rie Men's Committee kept the, shorts going merrily Owing to the long programme of ethle ic sports it wa3 clouded to hold the school swimming championships at a later date.

At the presentation of tbe trophies it was mentioned that the school bad a successful year, two lad'—A.d-*ra Tutani acd Hirau liirinu:—having obtained scu.dirships at St. Stephen's, Auckland, while the report of Mr Lambourne, luspctor of Schools, stated tbat the work of ihe school was good throughout.

The following is a list of prze ai:d trophy wisimrs:—

Dux of School—Adam Tutatu Most Popular Boy—-Hirau litrii.ui Attendance, B/\'cs —Fred Thrupp Attendance, Girl's —Am> Thrupp C.ir« d School aud Grounds—Buys, Wi Pi ban a

Care of School and Gr. undo— Girls, Htwa Harawera

The winners of the piineir-al sports events were : —

Boys' Championship, Senior—R. Dovvmac 1, R. 2, M. Ta:kato3

Girls' ./hampi Jiii-hip, pernor—Mary R^weti 1, Rev/i Harawer-i 2, fer/i

Ririnui 3

Boys' Championship, Junior ~P. Thiupp 1, W. Koi-o 2, L. Roche 3

Girls' Ch-impionehio, Junior — A toy Thrupp 1, S. i irinui 2. t-b signal 3

Bovs' H»nfiieap, < hie*. W. Keno 2, N. Davie" 3

— L Ihchc 1,

1 'ir]*"' Ij and leap, ill)**! —M. Reweti 1, M. Davie 2, R. Har.iwer-i 3 [S».cs Race, Cloimphmship—L Roche 1, L. Rih 2, L\ Heko 3

Married LauhV luco, Natives, Mrs Barclay I

M.rried Ladies' ILc?, Pakehas — Mrs Johnston 1, Mrs Miller 2

Relay Rare, Miss B Meers and T Ririuui 1, Miss 0. Roche and W Signal 2,

Spinsters' R-ico — Mbs M. Conned 1, Mis3 McKnv 2, Miss Keam 3 Old GiiU' Buce-Q. Roche 1, B. Mens 2

C-mmit'oe "M-ii's 11-ce—fl. Ririnui I, Tu Moiri a sd Ngarino, deadheat 2

Obi J<oys' KOO- —W. signal 1, T. P.iriuui 2, f. Keno 3

Isu-ssii;g Oompeiiuor.s —Mis^ Keam, Mrs Signal, MrsTubdii, Virs Miller.

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MAUNGATAPU SCHOOL, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XVII, Issue 7141, 19 March 1919

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MAUNGATAPU SCHOOL Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XVII, Issue 7141, 19 March 1919

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