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INTRAMURAL SPORTS WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION National De-Fence Girls Left 10 right: Pringle, Bodendorfer, Jordan, Ellenberger, Shaffer, Teeter, Miller The Women ' s Athletic Association, the basic club of all women ' s sports, was organized to foster interest and skill in recreational activities, as well as to develop habits of good-sportsman- ship and fair play. Since membership is auto- matically open to all girls at Indiana, the W.A.A. attempts to attain the whole-hearted support and co-operation of those taking active part. Because of the decided opposition to all forms of inter-scholastic games which exploit the play impulse and destroy- human values, a well- rounded intramural program directed by the Athletic Council has been provided. The tourna- ments included field hockey, volleyball, basket- ball, mushball, archery, and individual meets such as swimming, ping-pong, tennis, shuffle- board, and fencing. Besides the regular games played every Monday evening and Friday after- noon, play nights are frequently ' held throughout the year. By participation in the various acti- vities and by holding an athletic office, points for winning a X ' arsity " I " can l)e earned. The Women ' s Athletic Council consists of Lena Ellenberger, Lois Teeter, Ruth Pringle, Helen Shaffer, Fay Miller, Freda Bodendorfer, and Ruth Jordan. 204
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THE 1941 OAK CHAMPS Field hockey, the initial intra- mural tournament of the year, pro ecl to he extremely successful among the women athletes. Out of six teams that entered the tour- nament, the Sophomore Flashes were victorious o er ever - group and received the winner ' s award for the season. ' olleyball is the most popular of all women sports activities. ' ith o ' er sixty girls participating in the tournament, it was inevit- able many interesting competitive games would necessarily result. The junior ' hiz- Banger team was acclaimed the champions by beat- ing all other groups. Basketball season always brings hotly-contested games showing some of the keenest rivalry and competition in the intramural pro- gram. The exciting games created many thrills and spills, but the greatest up-set came when the Cheerokee team took o er each of the other ten. Mr. G. G. Hill coaches the Rifle Club, which this year boasted a membership of about twenty girls. The club is affiliated with the Na- tional Rifle Association. Those members who meet the standards set up by the national organization receive awards, either medals or brassards. VOLLEYBALL Sealed: Miller, Teeter, Dazell Standing: Black, Rea, Quinn FIELD HOCKEY Sealed: Barnhart, Smith, Cron, Delach, Staubaugh Standing: Rowley, Startzel, Jordan, Shirey, Lias, Hutchison RIFLE Kneeling: Hornick, Steininger, Martin, .Anthono Standing: Campbell, Kennedy, Watson, Koehler, Whitney, Letzler 205
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