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WoMEH ' s Ihtemcoililegiate Cohfemehce Hall, Ashley. Caclano. Bloxom. Joseph Ross, Goodwin. Porter. Emery, George, Cook CONFERENCE COMMITTEES — ANNABELL HALI General Chairman Wanda Ashley Assistant and Social Chairman Margaret CARTANO Decorations Virginia Bloxom Luncheons Ruth Joseph Dinners KATHERINE Ross Formal Dance Shirley Goodwin Formal Banquci Eileen Mills Printing Dorothy Porter Mailing Margaret Emery Reception and Transportation EVALINE George Registration Florence Cook Housing Rebecca Price Arrangements Jean Macintosh Dates THE Western division of the Conference of Associated Women students was held at the University of Washington during the week of April 18, this year. This conference is held bi- ennially, the national conference being held during the intervening year. Los Angeles had the honor of having the previ- ous Western Division conference. The last Nation- al conference was held at Urbana. Illinois. 1927. Over forty-five colleges and universities of the West were represented at the session to which the University of Washington women played hostess. For the Deans of Women from the various col- leges, special conference sessions were arranged by Dean Winifred S. Haggett. These Dean ' s Confer- ences also met in conjunction with the student ses- sions. The program arranged for the pleasure of the visiting delegates included a luncheon at the Ingle- wood Golf and Country Club, a dinner at the Wil- sonian. a Pan-Hellenic dinner, and a formal dinner and dance at the Olympic Hotel, April 20. Tours of the city and boat trips about the Sound were also arranged for the pleasure of the guests. [1-8]
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Y, W. C, A, Olwcr. Dearing. Mills. Cirant, Walker, Casey Church. Brotvn, Baird, Garden. George DEPARTMENT HEADS — Marguerite Oliver IsABELi.E Dearing Margaret Weyer Catherine Mills Laura Grant Phyllis Walker Membership Finance Publicity Girls ' Work Campus Service -Community Service Mildred Casey Industrial Relations Margaret Church Religious Education Polly Brown World Fellowship Harriet Baird Sophomore Adviser KATHRYN Garden Freshman Adviser Fvaline George Assistant Freshman Adviser CABINET MEMBERS- Membership — Doreen Bicknell Beatrice Bond Winona Flanders Judithe Flogberg Alice Riscland Publuily — Muriel Crothers Maybcllc Ghiglione Carol vJones Catherine Overturf Sally Sicade Betty Cjreen Mary Flizabeth Starr Campus Sercice — Dorothy Dudley Eleanor Ernst Ethel Middleton Helen Shelion Industrial Relations — Helen Morgan Retigious Education — Eleanor Andrus Margaret Grandjcan Alice Rupp Finance — Irene Baker Gertrude Butler Catherine Greenwell Sarah Harrington Ruth Tadlock Girls ' Work — Jean Clark Betty Graham Florence Johnson Helen Meisnest Community Service — Florence Cook Mary Christine Morrow Helen Roe Ha7cl Whiteleathcr World Fellowship — Jessie London Molly Pritchard Mary Torrey ' algenc Tuttle 
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WoMET ' s Athletics S!atue Gift ro Ciumnasntr- The Pmysicail Education Building CONCHIVLiD as a building which should in- corporate elements of beauty in line and color, with utility and practicability, the women ' s gymnasium stands as one of the recent additions to the University campus. The adapta- tion of Tudor-Gothic architecture to the peculiar contour of the land and the arrangement of units to fit the needs of the program and the convenience of students, makes it unique in the campus group. The building includes a large gymnasium, dance studio, rest rooms, locker and shower rooms, cor- rective exercise rooms, offices, swimming pool. major club room and study room, and Women ' s Athletic Association room. These facilities, to- gether with outdoor facilities, which include tennis courts, a soccer and archery field, horseshoe courts, an outdoor dance studio, and Denny Field, offer opportunity for a complete recreational program for women. The Physical Education requirement for women is considered fundamentally as an educational-rec- reational program in which every student can find healthful activity, not only adapted to her needs, but so varied and broad in scope, that she can select many which bring her exhilaration and joy in ac- complishment, and serve as a basis for developing a permanent recreational interest. This program in- cludes soccer, tennis, clog and character dancing, natural dancing, hockey, basketball, folk dancing, rifle shooting, archery, baseball, volley ball, canoe- ing, golf, riding, and swimming. It was Browning who expressed the thought that both body and soul are inter-dependent on the pathway whereby the individual travels to the stars. From the Greeks came the idea of a harmo- nious development of body, mind and spirit. It is that spirit ol harmonious relation of beauty in en- vironment, joy in activity, and opportunity for exhilaration in accomplishment, that the Women ' s Physical Education Building has sought to incor- porate and make real for the women of the Univer- sity of Washington. 
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