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Ellenbcrger, Quinn, Caldwell Women ' s Athletic Association Miss Bowles, gym windov The Women ' s Athletic Association, of which all girls at Indiana automatically become members, has as ideals the pro- motion of interest and skill in various sports and the fostering of physical recreation a nd good fellowship. The Association has become an active group on campus, moving steadily forward in its program of furnishing guidance for girls in the art of suc- cessfully utilizing leisure time. The W.A.A, desires the co- operation and support of every girl in a whole-hearted attempt to attain a true realization of its aims and goals. Several principles responsible for the development of this progressive organization have been a decided opposition to all forms of athletics which exploit the play impulse and destroy human values; an unfavorable attitude toward the use of ath- letic games merely for exhibition or for the personal advantage of an individual or institution; a desire to lead others into joyous creative experiences; and a development of a well- rounded athletic program for advantageous use of all. This need of good, clean, wholesome athletic rivalry for the women resulted in a highly specialized intramural sports pro- gram directed by the Association Council. Tournaments spon- sored included field hockey, volleyball, basketball, archery, mushball, and tennis, the games being played in the gymnasium every Monday evening and Friday afternoon. Participation in the contest provided real opportunitv for those who never be- fore entered a meet to have a lot of fun as well as practical experience, in addition to permitting others to receive points in earning their varsity letter. 140
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Intramural Tennis Tournament ; The drawings tor the tournamenr have been made . . Arch- ery Tournament: I will challenge any contestant to twelve arrows at 20 yards . . . Freshman Field Hockey: Teams 2 and 3 pl;i - hockev this afternoon at 4:00 . . .
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Women ' s Varsity " V Invitation to nicnihcrship in thc Womcn ' s X ' arsitv " I " Cluh is extended to girls obtaining their varsitv letter by active participation in W. A. A. programs. Officers were Pauline Perry, Presi- dent; Jane Gerber, Vice-President; and Alta Battersby, Secretary-Treasurer. These leaders, with Jane Picking, Janet Rippman, and Enmia Ptahler, conducted a highly successful activ- ity program. An overnight hike to the Lodge the night before Homecoming festivities of October 21 and breakfast the next morning constituted the main activity of the first semester Alumnae mem- bers were entertained at a marsh- mallow-weiner roast. Each vear the Women ' s Athletic Association carries out a sports or play day. This year the ' arsity " T " joined the Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion Council in making it a success, stressing the real relationship between the two groups. Other activities included part spon- sorship of the Saturday Activity Nights in the Gymnasium, the sale of Indiana pennants, and the holding of various other parties. Thus the club fulfilled its three-fold purpose: to continue social contacts with all members; to further athletic programs; and to retain ideals and en- joyment in athletic participation. One may earn points toward mem- bership by participating in intra- mural activities or holding an athletic office. The standard for winning the " I " is 1000 points. The point svstem is as follows: Required physical activity: points awarded according to grades received A, 200 points; B, 150 points; and C, 100 points. Rippman Picking Rumbaugh Battcrshv Pfahlcr Csiszar Gcrbcr Hamblen Intramural sports: including tourn- ament competition and individual sports — winning team, 100 points; runner-up, 75 points; and partici- pation, 50 points. Meets: competitive activities pos- sible to complete in one day — winner, 50 points; participation, 25 points. Officers: girl sports managers, 25 points. Numerals are awarded for the first 200 points, a chevron for the four exceeding 200 points, followed by an " I " and membership in the Varsity " I " Club for 1000 points. 141
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