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' — cfciviti e? Sophomore Volley Ball Team. Edith Bailey, Maid of Honor; Margaret Hope, May Queen, 1935. Four Letterwomen. Lillian Jenkins, May Queen of 1934, and her Court. Freshman Volley Ball Team. 
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r omen 9 th et The year 1934-35 proved to be very success- ful for the Woman ' s Athleti c Association. A large part of this success is due to the capable and efficient leadership of Mrs. H. H. Huckaby. physical education teacher for the college, and Margaret Hope, president of the organization. The athletic program for the year began with various forms of gymnastics, followed by volley ball. Class teams were organized with Hattie Cook as captain for the Freshman, M. E. Dodge, Sophomore captain, and Margaret Hope cap- tain of the winning team of Juniors and Seniors. After Christmas, basket-ball became the fa- vored sport, and from among the W. A. A. members a good team was organized and coached by Perry Ames. This team, with Harriotte Smith as its captain, competed with neighboring teams throughout the season. Further competi- tion was afforded by class and sorority teams. C9 Mrs. H. H. Huckaby Director of Women ' s Athletics The next event sponsored by the W. A. A. was the annual stunt night on April 1. Each class and organization was represented by some stunt, and this year ' s presentation was unusually clever and entertaining. During the spring months the attention of the association was centered upon the May Fete, which is sponsored each year by the W. A. A., and is one of the most interesting functions of MEMBERS OF W. A. A. «T
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omen 9 i n the college year. Margaret Hope reigned as Queen of May, with Edith Bailey as Maid of Honor. Other attendants were Katherine French, Irene Beene, Jo Newman, Rose Margaret Over- ton, Ruth Boddie, Dorothy Glynn Ellis, Mar- garet Harris, Betty Adger, Melba Edwards and Virginia Hodges. Each year some college student writes a fan- tasy and it is presented at the time of the pres- entation of the Queen and her Maids. For the past two years this has been written by Effa Nell Thomas. The fantasy presented was " The Magic Garden " with the cast composed of the members of the gym classes. After the completion of the basket-ball season, in which the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority won the Pan-Hellenic cup, swimming, baseball and ten- nis were added to the W. A. A. activities. These sports gave the members a chance to raise their etic? Margaret Hope President of W . A. A. points to the goal of 1800 which is necessary for a member of the W. A. A. to secure a letter for the year. The letterwomen for the 1934 ses- sion were Harriotte Smith, Irene Beene, Rose Margaret Overton, Margaret Hope and Tom Renfro. Harriotte Smith, who is prominent in every phase of W. A. A. activity, was voted the best girl athlete in the annual college popularity con- test. VARSITY BASKET-BALL TEAM fy£ Q
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