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Ready, aim, tire! A group of the tender young co-eds looking down the sights . . . Fencing, the grace- ful spoTt . . . The gids get a few pointers on their tennis strokes . . . Lipscomb misses a hit . . . The W. A. A. even plays the English game of football (soccer to you) . . . And what ' s more they ore not afraid to go near the water. IN ACTION Determined to better the record of previous years, the W.A.A. began active work immediately after its re- organization early in the school term, and launched itself on a highly promising career as a developer of mighty athletes among the fairer sex. That the girls achieved their goal is evident in the numerous events which they have sponsored and in the high caliber teams they have produced, in spite of such minor handi- caps as the decidedly inclement weather and the dilapidated old gym provided at the first of the year. The organization of a really first class basketball team occupied the majority of the first term, and, since the final game between the Sophs and the Upperclassmen at the dedication of the new gym, the verdict seems to be unanimous that the time was well spent. Classes m fencing, riflery (so the babes are gonna get tough on us, huh?), and swimming have been in progress all winter, and with the coming of Spring, new sports ap peared on the roster. Tap dancing, ping pong, tennis; all have been added to the list, and a certain num.ber of points towards an award are given for participation in each activity. Incidentally, m_ore girls than ever before are trying for letters and for the blanket which are to be presented at the end of the year. • Page 77 •
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THE WAA . The WAA, in case you didn ' t know, is not another government project, but an organization of athlet- ically minded students of the fairer sex, who, under the able guidance of faculty adviser Mrs. Bryant David- son and president Genevieve Miller, have progressed at a rapid rate this year. From the complete oblivion of thirteen years ago, this association has climbed to its present position as an important and influential campus unit. The reigning spirit of this group is embodied in its excellent motto: " The game ' s the thing; never mind who wins. " OFFICERS President . . . Genevieve Miller Vice-President Edna Earle Richardson Secretary Moss Dixey Treasurer Mary Agnes Railsback CAPTAINS Captain oi Upper Classmen Mary June Lipscome Captain oi Sopliomores Jean Whiteside Captain oi Freshmen Helen Webb June Austermell Irene Baker Margaret Brown Hilda Browning Margaret Calhoun Elizabeth Coker Mary Emily Croom Moss Dixey Frances Farrar Carol Goodman Jacqueline Henderson Theresa Haywood MEMBERS Frances Hodges Grace Julian Mary June Lipscomb Helen Loomis Louise Lynn Norma Mailes Ernestine McCain Mary Minta Moore Alta Moorman Jacqueline Meyers Genevieve Miller Charlie Osborn Mary Agnes Railsback Edna Earle Richardson Annie Laurie Stallcup Juanita Stewart Estelle Steele Margaret Simmons Jean Taylor Hazel Turner Helen Webb Beatrice Wright Frances Wellborn Dorothy Yauger Mrs. Bryant Davidson Faculty Advisor Genevieve Miller President • Page 76,
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9 9 ' z a:J; v«- ' t ' e, .:.4. . ■m Representative W. A. A. spcits. . . . Helen Carney, ranking third in the South, gives tennis pointers . . . Yancey swings in Badminton, latest campus craze . . . W. A. A. members stopped long enough lor a picture. . . W. A. A. Activities and Regardless of financial difficulties (owing to several marked disinclinations to pay dues), the Association gave a number of very enjoyable outings and social affairs for their own group and also for the faculty and students in the course of the year. Chief among these were the skating parties, which furnished entertainment for participants and spectators alike, and the annual Stunt Night and Sports Festival. In the former of the latter events (Do you follow us?) the Chi Omegas won the competition for the " handsome trophy, " which is awarded to the group presenting the cleverest stunt of April Fool Night. The Sports Festival, with Ernes- tine McCain as Queen, presented an interesting and entertaining resume of the year ' s accom- plishments and of sports in general on the Campus May 2. First camping trip of the year was at beautiful Camp Margaret the last of February. Those who went on this trip had a grand time — enjoyable and profitable — for they went in for cook- ing, fencing, ping pong, eating (to excess), and all that makes such an outing an event. • Page 78 •
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