University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1931

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University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 147 of 340
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Page 147 text:

CO.KD HIKING GROiri’ HIKING THU popularity of this phase of activity is becoming more and more established each year. 'This season's success was due to the enthusiasm of the sport leader, Peggy Floyd. She has been able to instill within the ambitious co-eds the desire to partake in all hikes. In October, the hiking year was officially inaugurated by an overnight hike near White House Canyon. Seventeen girls rode out to the Canyon late one Saturday: early the next morning they climbed over the boulders up one side of the gorge. After a steak dinner, to satisfy many enormous apjK-tites, the hikers returned to Tucson. Toward the latter part oi April a breakfast hike to Picture Rocks was held. An appetizing ham and egg breakfast was served to the girls. The fact that W. A. A. points may be obtained from the number of miles hiked during a season is a great incentive to participation. Then, too, the opportunities for friendship and fun is also a beneficial factor. I'RCGV FI.OVI lllklus Sport trailer One liun-ire.! tliirly-ntiM D6W

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ARCHERY 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. JCJCK WIU.IAVIS Arehery Sport Cltlit.'I OK CO Kl» AKOHE1W On« hundred thirty-eight



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ACN'KS MATI1IK5J0N Pmldtnt GIRLS' "A” CLUB AGNES MATIIIKSOX was a very efficient president of this year's “A” club. There were more members in school during the past two semesters than during any other school year. The most important thing of all was accomplished: From this year on. blankets will l e awarded to girls having earned over 1600 points. Christine Garcia. Agnes Mathieson. Lucy Akin. Pauline Fairiss, and Olga Hamlin will receive blankets this year. “ A" club's chief purposes are the promotion of athletics among the girls and the selection of the best all-round sport girl. The latter achievement is undoubtedly one of the greatest honors any girl could receive on the campus. The members for the past year have been Lucy Akin. Ruth Steele, Martha Hart. Agnes Mathicscn. Lillian Woolf. Ruth Cowin, Ruth James. Dorothea Plath, Mary Eoff. Olga Butler, Veronica McDonald, Virginia Hoyt, Pauline Fairiss, Verna Reed. Aida Garcia. Christine Garcia. Maybellc Wisdom. Marion Dudley. Jane Stewart, Peg Williams. Nancy Chase. Helen Johnson, Marion Moore, Olga Hamlin. Margaret Byrne, Margaret Iledderman, Dorothy Wisdom, and Louise Reed. GIKI.'S “A” CI.UII Om hundred forty

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