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' s, t20tt3 Upper Panel: ARCHERY — Mary Jane Blazer and Eula How- ard. To the Right: GOLF — Margaret Ewart, Jean Koblentz. SWIMMING — Lois Hosklns, Marie Koutecky. Auroro Kipper- berg, Maxine Mason, Mary Jane Blazer, Susan Hull, Polly Warner. VOLLEYBALL— Marie Edesse Hoeffler, Louise In- galls, Aurora KIpperberg. TENNIS — Evelyn LaMotte, Ariel Stout. and Dallas Smith were still in the running. Miss Stout and Evelyn Lamotte were winners in last year ' s play. Dorothy Gann led the field in badminton elimina- tion, winner over Margaret Jean Wilson and Dolly Garrison in the singles. With Miss Garrison she won the doubles tournament over Margaret Lorsen and Dorothy Warden. Riding, one of the newest additions to women ' s sports, was featured in the All-University horse show during fall quarter. Betty Ann hlollander, Duretta Rothchild and Betty Laubenheim were high point winners. Arrangements for the show were handled by Miss Laubenheim and Rena Cox. INDEPENDENT TOURNAMENTS SWIMMING HONORS in the independent con- test were won by the S.S.M. team with Aurora Kip- perberg taking the Individual high point ranking over Betty Meacham of the second-place hi. M. team. Third place In team rating went to the Yankees while Lois Hosklns, S.S.M., and Marie Kou- tecky, H. M., tied for third individual honors. The H. M. team also came to the front by winning first place over the Anoynmisses and the Actives In volleyball. Independent basketball was taken by the Sinkers, who defeated the Unofficlols and the H. M. teams. 157 ' w _. — w ' S.. • - M teai ' _ )iii-- ' ' " ... ?Vi i ' i -- iUsri 1 r- f iK te „,.. ji
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IVc omen 5 ft| ti - Upper Panel: SWIMMING— HIGH POINT WINNERS— Jean Kolinski, Antoinette Mahncke, Moi ' y Lou Graham. To the Left: BADMINTON— Dorothy Gann and Zee Smith. RIDING— Betty Laubenheim. PING PONG — Mary Sheffield and Aurora Kipperberg. OPEN TOURNAMENTS EARLY IN THE FALL feminine golfers took ad- vantage of the summer-like weather and held their fall handicap tournament with the result that Jean Coblentz took the title over Mary Jane Meredith and Betty Luhman. Margaret Ewort managed the event. In telegraphic competition swimming opened the season during winter quarter with seven girls par- ticipating: Lois Hoskins, Polly Warner, Aurora Kipperberg, Susan Hull, Marie Koutecky, Moxine Mason and Mary Jane Blazer. Results of the local meet will be tabulated with other colleges for national standing. Also In the telegraphic group, riflery was handled by Barbara Clement. From ten to fourteen girls shot regularly throughout the year. Results of telegraphic archery for notional honors this year gave Washington shooters second place in the first winter archery meet. Oregon State placed first. Eula Howard was individual high point winner both this season and last. Ping Pong during fall quarter found Aurora Kip- perberg at the top of the race with Ruth Trunow and Vena Grayum close behind. Mary Sheffield de- feated Rose Lunn winter quarter to take the second championship. At the end of fall quarter when tennis was rained out, Ariel Stout, Florence Steele, Dorothy LoGose 156
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