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CHAMPIONSHIP KAPPA ALPHA TIIKTA HASKKTIIALL TEAM
BASKKTBALL season was run off in grand style under the leadership of Agnes Mathicsen, sport leader, and her assistant. Delphine Hewitt. Instead of dividing the teams in two leagues as has been previously done, a round robin tournament was held wherein every team played every other team. There were many skillful players and some very good games, but the best game was the final one. Until the last whistle blew, no one knew which team would be the winner. However, the Kappa Alpha Theta team defeated the Gamma I’hi Beta team by a score of 23-21.
Much credit for the success of the season goes to Miss Chcsney and Miss Kccth, who spr • t most of the time coaching and training the various teams during the practice periods.
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HK1.KN HAKDLKY Golf Sport lender
GOLF, a relatively new sport on the campus, has been very popular this year. Under the instruction of Miss Hurt and the sport leader. Helen Handley, its popularity has grown as the season advanced. Approximately sixty girls have been enrolled in the classes, and of these, a large percentage entered the tournament which was held this year on one of the eighteen-hole golf courses in the city.
Although golf is only a minor sport, both instructors and gills l»ave become very enthusiastic over it. Some of the girls who have shown special interest in the game are Josephine McDonald, Helen Handley, Ann McF.lhinnev, V irginia Shreeves. Margaret Iledderman. Blanche Huntzickcr, Gracia Brown, and Ruth Hoyt.
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THROUGH the efforts of June Williams, sport leader, archery has assumed a larger place in coeducational sports this year than ever before. The first tournament of the year was an inter-group match won by the Varsity Villager’s team, composed of I-aVenda Mattiee. Ruth Arnfeld. Mildred Hardin, and Dora McLaughlin. The match used was tiic official Columbia round.
On February 28. a picked team, consisting of Ruth Arnfeld. LaVenda Mattiee. Helen Hawkins, and Margaret Hedderman. defeated Tempe State Teacher's College, the scores being 900-863. On April 11. the team went to Phoenix where the Junior College shot beautifully and defeated the University of Arizona 1410-817. On April 20 the University of Arizona again defeated Tem| e in another telegraphic meet ‘ 04-845. During Play Week. Tenrjje and the University of Arizona held another nuitch.
The co-ed toxopholites are entered in the national inter-collegiate tournament (telegraphic) which is held during May of each year for colleges all over the country.
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