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The main event of the year was the Freshman-Sophomore game played on March 19. Both class loyalty and fine sportsmanship were shown by both classes.
The Freshman, all experienced high school basketball players, showed great skill in making clever passes and their work deserves much credit. Leave it to Pearl to get tlu ball and with a slight "hokus-pokus'’ (?), roll the ball into the basket. Wanda was there (almost before the ball was) to catch center’s toss. Many of the other freshman girls deserve credit for their “hard-worked-for" victory.
The Sophomore girls kept up their good spirits throughout the game. Ida Hey wood, captain, played to the best of her ability. Lucille made some very fine lengthy tosses into the basket and together, she and Dorothy kept the “fresh" guards busy.
The Freshies deserve the honors won from the SOPHS.
The Olympic Club, under the guidance of Miss C. M. Minnie, is the Girls' Athletic Association of the college. It was organized three years ago and had tor it’s adviser. Miss Ruth Shiveley, then the Physical Training Director in the Normal, and Miss Mvrel Argabright as President.
All members are interested in exercising their bodies as well as their minds. Exercise is obtained through the sports of hiking, swimming, tennis, and basketball.
The officers this year are: Birdie Baldwin. President; Neva Nutzman. Vice-president: Ina Schocnthal, Secretary; and Lucille Harajian.Treasurer.
Here's to the Spirit of the Association! May it continue its progress in the athletic circle of the college!
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