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Christian Clark Clover Cray
Jones McAllister Martin Peek
’enney Reed Setzer Thompson Wilson
Student douncit and Jhocial C'Jonimittm
SOCIAL COMMITTEE Ronald Clark James McAllister LaVernc Setzer
Doris Gray Charlotte Martin Rex Wilson
STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Mae Christian Evelyn Jones
Doris Gray Dorothy Peek
Merrill Penney Calvin Reed Loren Thompson
The Student Advisory Council and the Social Committee fill important places on the campus in that they form the connecting link between the administration and the student body.
This year, followig the precedent which was started in 1933 with the organization of the first Student Advisory Council, a boy and a girl were elected from each class to form such a group representing the student body. It is the purpose of this council to consider ideas originating with the student body, and to suggest them to the administration if they are deemed worthy of adoption.
The Social Committee has as its duty the direction of the social activities of the campus; their most outstanding function concerns the arrangements for the all-college dances throughout the year.
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Marian Munn Hlanche Freeman Irene Klauschic Helen Meier Anita Searle -Phyllis Davidson
The past year has been a highly satisfactory one to the members of YV.A.A. and to the sponsor. Miss Davidson. The W.A.A. Sport Revue, January 18, ranks as the highlight of the activities which the organization promoted during the past year.
W.A.A. offers to any girl on the campus a chance to enjoy a variety of sports and at the same time to enjoy congenial companionship with all the members.
One hundred points earned in any sport is the entrance requirement. Letters are awarded to those who earn five hundred points and sweaters arc awarded to those who earn one thousand points.
Team practices and tournaments conclude each separate sport. The sports arc: Hitpin Ball, Volley Ball, Basketball, and Baseball. Swimming, Hiking, Ping Pong, Tennis, Track, and Paddle Tennis arc also included in the sports program as minor sports.
W.A.A. is justly proud of the cabin which it has erected north of town and which is used as the initiatory spot for new members. The good times at the cabin will never be forgotten.
President rice President Secretary - Treasurer Point Recorder Sponsor
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