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Womerfs Intramural Trophy
l l l NEW trophy for Women's Sports was pre-
sented by Mrs. Manch Garhart to the Women's Athletic Association dur-
ing the fall quarter of this year, as an award in Intramural competition.
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Competitive Intramural sports are a re atlve y new
women's athletic program. The activities now included are swimming,
baseball, basketball, horseshoes, tennis and golf. Plans are being made to
extend the scope of intramurals, however, as soon as the d
The cup is to be awarded at the spring banquet of the W. A. A. each
year, to the house which has earned the greatest number of points 1n
Intramural sports during the entire year. The award will consist of having
the name of the victorious group engraved on the cup.
Any organized group of girls on the campus is eligible to compete in
the contest. Points will be awarded in each sport, one hundred points for
championship, seventy-five points for second place, fifty points for third
place and twenty points if all participation rules are kept and the group
does not place.
The Intramural program is presided over by a specially appointed
Intramural manager, the faculty adviser and a committee
bers. This committee will settle any questions that may arise concerning
the program or the awarding of the cup. Miss Margaret Duncan is faculty
of seven mem-
adviser this year.
The trophy is a valuable addition to the athletic department adding
a new incentive to Intramural competition.
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Baird, Bond, Cook, Grant
Mrffloud, Micldleion, Mills, Pritchard, Ross
O L Q HE Young Women's Christian Association of
the University of Washington, a member of the Young Womengs Chris-
tian Associations of the United States of America, and a participant in
the Worldgs Student Christian F ederation, declares its purpose to he:
We, the members of the Young Women's Christian Association of the
University of Washington, unite in the desire to realize full and creative
life through a growing knowledge of Godg
We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people.
In this task, we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him.
MARION B1-:RTRAM ..
SALLY SUE ALLEN
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Clark, Duncan., Harris, Johnson
Kirschner, Magoon, Schm'd
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l 0 -L HE Seventh Western Sectional Athletic Conf
ence of American College Women was held at th '
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ersity of Wash-
, this year. This conference is held
national conference being held every third year. In 1928
the Western Division delegates met in Tucson, Arizona. The last national
conference was held in Ithaca, New York in 1927. The honor of being
hostesses to the conference fell to the University of Washington this year.
Over twenty-eight college and university delegates attended the ses-
sion. States represented were Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, Arizo-
na, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Washington.
Problems of Intramural sports, play days, interclass sports and social
activities of the Women's Athletic Association were discussed at the con-
ference. Reports were given on successful point systems and suggestions
were made as to W. A. awards.
The program arranged for the entertainment of visiting delegates
included dinner at the Via. Fontana, luncheon at the Inglewood Golf and
Country Club, Pan-Hellenic dinner, and a formal banquet at the Wil-
sonian. Tours of the city, boat trips around the lakes and
locks were arranged to entertain the ' '
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