University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1934

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l i afftet€ i c i A-tkutu elic By Jo Harvey VOLLEYBALL — - ) ' — ' " Over the net and over the line is out — keep it in the center — use both hands and hit it hard. " That ' s what the Kappas did when they won the volleyball meet this fall. Vivian hHickman managed the tourney. SWIMMING • — " {y — The crack of the spring board, and the sharp splash of a racing dive started the meet off this year. The Delta Gammas splashed through to first place with Frances Rohrback arranging the meet. The Seattle lakes and the University pool make real swimmers out of our girls. BASKETBALL ) ' _ The referee ' s whistle, a snappy tip-off, the ball spins down to the forwards and the game is on. The girls from the tongs forget sorority etiquette, and battle for su- premacy. Betty Ball scheduled the battle his year and the speedy Alpha Delta Pi team came out on top.

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mat Ml " 14r Cu . . V . (y — ■ Minor " W " Club is composed of letter winners in minor sports, namely, wrestling, swimming, rifle team, golf, fencing, and cross-country. Application and acceptance must be voted by the club before members ore initiated. The club ' s trophy is the siren. OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS President Adney Smith Joh. Vice-Pres Ident Addison Clifford Norman Kunde Secretan Clarence Page MEMBERS Leono rd Stevens A.R.Anderson Les Cooper Ariel Edmiston Talmadge Hamiltc r Tyler Kaune Bob Moch Harold She Don Anderson Gene Crossett John Erwin Vernon Harddson Gil Krom Charles Muchc , Lewis Silve Ed Bollinger JohnCzorniecki James Frozer Charles Howorthy Herbert Levin Paul Murphy Daniel Stei Jock Beordwood Jack Dowley Bill Greenwood Bill Heaman Lewis LIndsey Ed Nagle Loring Stet Melvln Borgersen Howard Dent RognorGiske Gregory Hollenbe ck Walt Lunsford Edward Ostlinc 3 Bob Stice Ed Clinton Hurley DeRoln BertGoosmon Bill Howard Knox Morsholl Seth Richards Ray Striker John Cockroft Pete Dix John Goosmon John Howe Ed McAllister William Rourk. 3 Leo SulkosI Vasily Dmitrieff Reuben Haapolo Bert Kole Claude McKello r Walter Sovikk D Howard V Everett McKellai ■ JohnSchwoge, r Robert Yet w ■ Cn.np Jack Medico Albert Shonds Richard Yc 1UJ.J. Although most of the ath- ibout an i fef « letes we hear about are men, ihe women i of Washington have plenty on the ball when J ■. it comes to promoting athletics on the i . -• ' l campus. It Is W. A. A. that sponsors the » j« I intramural gomes In which the girls from A I sorority row take a lively interest. Kathleen i m I Caulkins was manager of intramurals and i . -■ the tournaments were run off smoothly with the tournaments were run off smoothly much keen competition. W. A. A. also sponsors Play Day in which five hundred girls from high schools all ovei the state participate. This program draw; girls to the campus, interest s them in ath- letics, and promotes the good will of Wash- " W " club, women ' s organization undei W. A. A. is comprised of the best of the athletes who have won their letters. Do,-oth , White was acting president this yea:-. Thelma Kinsman held the reins for V A. A., assisted by Betty Harris, Grace Kingsbury, Vivian Drummond and Josephine Pea body.



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C i c Ali tanuttaii TENNIS V — . Bill Tilden and Helen Wills might almost look with envy at the fast serves and smashing drives of some of our champs. The Thetas were no exceptions when they placed their shots well enough to win both the singles and doubles last spring. Catherine Mead was the manager who kept the courts cleared for the matches. PING PONG --. y This is no baby game when the University coeds play it. They swing hard and hit it straight. Delta Gamma won the meet this year with Genevieve Beach in charge of the ping pong table. BASEBALL ■ — - ) ' ■ Home runs, accurate pitching and speedy pegging to the bases put the D. G. S ' s In the lead for baseball last spring and they kept the lead all through, defeating all comers. Eleanor Bushnell called the strikes and kept the girls on the diamond. W ' t d

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