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Officers President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Azalie Webb . Lou Dell Liston Norman Robertson Virginia Breithaupt Members Virginia Breithaupt Zillah Lu Cory Dorothy Durr Margaret Eubank Dorothy Graham Patricia Harper Eleanor Jenkins Ethel Kramer Martha Lewis Lou Dell Liston Carolyn Lunny Althea Mix Mary Murrell Mary Smith New Mary Foster Peyton Jacqueline Rogers Virginia Rogers Frances Spengler Martha Stevens Gladys Tippett Dorothy Viosca Bernadine Watters Azalie Webb Lucille Webb Gladys Williams Breithaupt, Cory, Durr, Eubank. Graham, Harper, Jenkins, Kramer. Lewis, Liston, Lunny, Mix. Murrell, New, Peyton, Rogers, ]. Rogers, V., Spengler, Stevens, Tippett. Viosca, Watters, Webb, A., Webb, L., Williams. W. A. A. MEMBERS
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To take the place of abandoned inter- collegiate athletics, a new intramural athletic program was set into motion early in the second semester of this year. This program proved to be very successful before the end of the term for it is the first such program which has been set up within the college with such thoroughness. Because the whole idea was a little late in the year, only a few of the minor sports were taken up by the males of the campus this past semester. They were volley-ball, badminton, and soft- ball. Next year it is planned that more major sports, such as football, basket- ball, and boxing, will be injected into the program. This is the first opportunity that non- athletic students on the campus have been given to use the new gymnasium extensively. Only the brightest of fu- tures can be predicted for such a pro- gram. Some of the boys work out . . . Spacious locker rooms for dressing and showers . . . One of the minor sports which is very popular — ping-pong . . . One of the gym classes hard at work . . . Harder than it looks, volley ball tightens up loose muscles. MEN ' S INTRAMURAL SPORTS One of the regulations oi the newly- launched program is regularity of uni- forms. Here one oi the teams poses on the front step of the gymnasium.
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W. A. A. (On the following page) Getting together with the males for a little mixed voll ey ball . . . Gladys Tip- pett mounts one of the beautiful steeds that the girls use for horse- back riding . . . A ■ little indoor softball. Looks as if the first base- man ought to have that one . . . For a fast game which requires plenty of skill, badminton is rec- ommended. Here a mixed doubles tries it out . . . Part of the celebra- tion that goes with the annual May Fete. This is the W. A. A. ' s main event each year . . . The girls supposed to represent the air corps wait their turn to perform for the big crowd that always turns out for May Day. (Above) Three of the feminine sportsters show the proper form for archery. This is a sport that requires a good eye and good strong arm muscles. (At right) These are two scenes from the annual May Fete spon- sored by the W. A. A. It is an affair that usually fills one whole side of the big athletic stadium with people from all around. The first picture is one of the May Queen of 1941 just after she has been crowned by her Maid of Honor. Girls from many different schools in this area take part in these ceremonies . . . This is a part of the panorama that is presented. It represents Queen Elizabeth and some of her courtiers pushing a foreign invader into the English Channel. And that ' s cold water, too.
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