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BASKl'l'I'l5AI.I. hegan after Christmas and as usual found much enthusiasm among
the seniors, juniors, and underclassmen alike. More gil'ls went out for this sport than
for any other. Highlight of the season was the unforgettable trip to Fhapel Hill. The
tonrnament consisted of mixed teams made up of girls from Carolina, Duke, YVoman's
Uollege UV. C. to youl, Meredith, and Saint Mary's. Proudly Saint Mary's, the only
.junior college represented, came away with first place honors. lNIu's won two games out
of three. The all stars were: Ivilliams, H., Legg, K., Brooke, I". L., Grantham, Banks,
YVhite, li., Hirst, Street, and Rylander.
SVVIMMING those necessary five-hours-a semester-or-else demanded some of every-
hody's time, hut quite a few risked looking water-soaked at dinner on Monday's and VVed-
nesday's to earn a letter for life saving. VVho knows, mayhe you will he saved hy a
Saint Mary's girl next summer at the beach! The girls you should scream to for
help are: l'ou, Ivinslow, li., VVilliams, H., Hunsueker, Gregory, Bell, J. D., liaskervill,
Moore, Ii., Morris, J., Chipley, Goerch, Y'Vade, Lane, Martin, III., Smith, M., and Rohin-
son. Sara Stockton was swimnmg instructor.
PING PUNG was the most successful minor sport this year with Barnie IVhite the
champ and Anna Margaret Moomaw the runner up. And incidentally, the faculty took
up ping pong avidly.
YOI.I.l'1Y BALI. came in April. A large number of girls came out for it, especially
the underclassmen. The Sigma,s won the exciting tournament. These earning stars were:
Hirst, lVhite, B., Clarke, M. F., Brooke, F. L., Peoples, Everett, Smntney, and
S0l"'1'l3AI.I. and TENNIS followed with lllllCll enthusiasm on all sides. 'l'he tourna-
ments were scheduled for late April and early May. Sorry we couldn't wait for results.
hut we must go to press, you know!
In the regular hi-weekly gym classes, exercises of all types were undertaken along
with customary dance and game instructions. In the flexibility, tumhling, and Indian
cluh routines we discovered muscles we never before knew we had! Saint Mary's oh-
stacle course proved novel as well as heneficial to the girls. Skinnning along the halance
heam and leaping over the leather huek, Brent Yvoodson completed the course in record-
hrcaking time with iNIary Lynn Lewis a close second.
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. And Other Things
The Letter Club, made up of girls elected to two all-star teams in lTlFl..i01' sports,
sponsored Playdny and Posture VVeek. Besides Saint lYIz1.ry's girls the pztrticipatnts in
Play Day were girls from ltleredith and Peace. Sports included on the program were:
swimming, kickball, and basketball. Letter Club members acted as Posture policemen
during Posture Week-with all the customary tags, checks, :md eagle eyes. The student
body heartily agreed with the judges in their selection of Mary Tom Gihnzm ns Posture
Queen. Runners-up in the contest were June Peete, second plZlCL'2 and l'hzu'lotte Craw-
ford, third place. President ot' the Letter Club is Ruth lloore. Yvho thinks up those
fantastic initi:Ltion costumes, zuiywzty?
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