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First row—Hartford, Harajian, Sophkr, Davidson, Skelton, Rowlison, Sondkrkggbr Second row—Deerson, Wesner, Butler, Custard
WOMEN’S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
First row—IIaykk, Mathews, Parks, Naviaux, Stukeniioltz, Nelson, Stooker, Russell, Schindler, Swanson, Broady, Mullins, Osborne, Engles, Kinung, Swartz, Rogers, Hartford, Adams, Davidson Second row—Sonderegger, Leahy, Harajian, Scrimsiikr, Custard, Dammast, Wesner, Soi'HER, Butler, Skelton, Rowlison, Kaltenuorn Third row—Walkinshaw, Coleman, Deerson, Cowan, Byers, L. Russell, Schmidt. Irvin, Goss, Fenster, Pate
HIT PIN BALL
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WOMEN’S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
First row Cowan, Dammast, Harajian, Davidson, Custard, Rowlison Second row—Rogers, Deerson, Wesner, Skelton, Kaltbnborn
Sue Wesner Dorothy Cowan . Phyllis Dammast Helen Kaltenborn Mildred Rogers .
President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary . Treasurer
XT T A. A. is an association for the women interested in athletics and was VV organized in this school by Miss Ruby Damme in 1924. This organization has a large membership and is one of the most active on the campus. Its purposes are two, namely, to enlist the interest of as many college girls as possible in indoor and outdoor athletics, and to build healthy bodies. The value of the organization is found not only in the building of healthy bodies, but in the absorbing interest the girls take in the sports.
Last year the local G. A. A. applied for membership in the A. C. A. C. W., which is the national organization. They were accepted and arc now recognized all over the entire United States as the W. A. A.
Any girl on the campus may become a member of W. A. A. by earning one hundred points in some sport. When a girl has earned five hundred points she is entitled to a letter. To receive a sweater, she must earn one thousand points. A white stripe for the sleeve is awarded for five hundred points earned after winning a sweater. Every active member must earn one hundred points a year to remain in the Club.
One of the important annual events is the W. A. A. Prom. This evening of dancing is enjoyed by all the girls in school.
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