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A. W. S. PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL 4 FOURTEEN ORGANIZATIONS are now represented through the Presidents ' Council of the A. W. S. These ore Athene, B. A. Vocational Club, hlome Economics Club, Mortar Board, Nurses ' Club, Panhellenic, Phrateres, Physical Education Club, Sororia, Spurs, Town Girls, Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation, Attic Players, and the Y. W. C. A. holds on associate membership. In addition to maintaining a watchful eye over the activities of all University women, the A. W. S. each year presents a concert series which is a classical attraction on the campus. This year the series was directed by Barbara Dole. Four major concerts were held at Meony hall. President A. W. S. Mortar Board Athena Attic Players B. A. Vocational Club Home Economics Club Nurses ' Club Harborview Nurses ' Club Presidents ' Council Jean Eagleson Panhellenic Deborah Sprague Phrateres Dorothy Kelsey Physical Education Club Doris Manington Spurs _. Grace Curtis Town Girls Barbara Brown W. A. A. Carol Fonda Y. W. C. A. (Assoc.) Estelle hiickey Executive Chairman Cora hianson, Anna McCaskill Betty Spurgeon Aurelia Sparks Ruth Burkheimer Tek ia Aagaard . Dorothea Ritchie . Jsabelle Anderson Barbara Castleman n [ Aagaard. Anderson, Brown, Burkheimer. Cast!eman, Curtis. Eagleson Hanson, Kelsey, Manington. Ritchie. Sporks, Sprague, Spurgeon -i:i42
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A. W. S. EXECUTIVE BOARD i t tf 4THE PURPOSE of the Associated Women Students, as set forth in the constitution, is to further the educational, social, and cul- tural alms of the women of the University. It strives to represent all women on the campus thro ugh its organization, to create a spirit of cooperation among the women as a whole and the activities in which women partici- pate, and among the women students and the administration and A. S. U. W. All wom- en are automatically members of the A. W. S. when they enter the University. Gorhom, Eagleson The A. W. S. was headed during 1932 end 1933 by Jean Eagleson, and is supervised by assistant graduate manogei ' hHelen Gorhom. Policies of the organization are decided by on executive board composed of all officers and standing committee chairmen of the group and okehed by presidents ' council. Besides overseeing all women ' s activities on the campus, the A. W. S. takes upon its shoulders the task of finding activities for all ambitious freshmen, through hHobby groups. Associated Women Students Executive Board A. W. S. President -- Jean Eagleson Vice-President Kay Garland Secretary Jvlary Hemphill Treasurer ..._ Jane l-linckley Executive Choirman_ Barbara Castleman Standards Chairman Hortense hiarley Social Chairman - _. ..Phyllis Vernon Student Adviser ..Virginia hlenderson Publicity Chairman Jessie Brieland Activity Chairman Mary Curran Files Chairman.... Leone Knight Secretary, A. S. U. W Marion Craig Alumnae Representative. Mrs. J. Arthur Younger Assistant Graduate Manager ...Helen Gorham Sophomore Representative Betty Hams Hobby Chairman..... Janet Murray Concerts Chairmen... Barbara Dole Scholarship Chairman... Minerva Elworthy Breiiond, Castleman, Craig, Curran, Dole. Eagleson, Elworthy Garland, Harley, Harris, He-nphlll, Hinrk ' .;.,, Knight, Vernon -ni4ij-
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A. W. S. CONCERT COMMITTEE 4 THE ASSOCIATED Women Students concert sei ' ies this year was directed by Barbara Dole, with each separate concert managed by different directors. Miss Dole personally directed the fii ' st concert, that of Kathryn Meisle, famous contralto, on Nov. 10. The second concert, the - a Johnson Negro Choir on December I , was under the chairmanship of Jane Leuenberger; the third concert, by the Don Cossack male chorus, was chairmanned by Jane hHinckley, on Feb- ruary 21, and the fourth, Yehudi Menuhin, was directed by Grace Ann h igman. A. W. S. concerts are traditional affairs on the University campus, and each year distinctly outstanding artists are presented by the women students. It is admirable that the women students have been able to continue this project, which not only gives experience in manage- ment and direction to the University coeds, but also brings something to the campus which is of wide cultural interest and is edu- cational, during a depression. They have done this successfully with the aid of Helen Sorham, assistant graduate manager in charge of A. W. S. General Chairman. Ticket Soles f Mary Hemph Helen Challis Faculty Tickets Publicity . .. - -Jessie Brieland Mailing Lists Florence Marriott ( Mary Curran ._ -jCha stain Thomas [Virginia Landrom Patrons and Patronesses Alice Lamb Speakers - Vivian Kappner D • J. c u I D LI- -4. (Jane Leuenberqer Private School rubhcity - ,- • - Miriam Cone A. W. S. Concert Committee ...Barbara Dole High School Publicity.. Eleanor Mitchell Clippings . Eleanor Kerns House Publicity ) Blanche Sheltraw (Mary Weber Out-of-Town Publicity l ' ' " . ' Anna Convisar Radio Publicity. Louise Treen Tickets .. .. .. Jane Hinckley Special Publicity Mary Ellen McGonagle Church Publicity | Sylvia Hagyard Janet Olson Student Ticket Drive Dorothy Kelsey Brieland. Challiss. Cone, Convisor. Curran, Dale, Hogyard. Hemphill HincMey, Kappner. Kelsey, Kerns, Lomb, Landram, Leuenberger Marriott. McGonagle, Mitchell, Sheltraw, Treen. Weber -D43:-
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