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Two further classes, the ‘C’ and ‘D’, brought together those less successful in school examinations. Two years later the survivors, plus a half dozen or so others who had entered the school from elsewhere or were ‘repeats’, made up the sole Fifth Year class, which consisted of 40 pupils, thirteen of them girls. The Fifth Years were the senior class, providing the school with captains, vicecaptains and prefects. 22 What Was It All For PAGES 30/8/05 4:48 PM Page 23 The halfway mark: 1951 They were distinctive in another sense, in that their parents considered it important for them to complete high school.
The vivid television image of a flowing tide of communism pulled by gravity over the globe down to Australia characterised the force of foreign affairs in a series of federal elections. In the 1970s and 1980s the superpowers seemed to spend more and more on armaments claimed to be ‘defensive’ that could only be used in a war of almost unimaginable technological intensity. Indeed, the foreshadowed conflict was termed ‘Star Wars’, after a popular science fiction film and its successors. Yet the tension between ‘East’ and ‘West’ was contained, at least for the likely central battlefield of Europe, and erupted only on Australia’s periphery.
But in fact its Leaving results, while quite good, were no better than those of a number of other years, and not nearly as good as those of the rather larger Fifth Year of 1955, which won eleven First Class Honours and seven Second Class Honours to the five Firsts and five Seconds of the Class of ’53. No matter, it was a good outcome: 32 achieved the Leaving, seven missed out and 33 What Was It All For PAGES 30/8/05 4:49 PM Page 34 What was it all for? one had to wait a year to gain his own Leaving Certificate because of illness.