University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1940

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University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 239 of 398
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.lluriel l eulcli, Nuriliicesl gulf Flllllllpflbll and pride nf ilu' Holm Crlrlilllrm HDBHI The lioekev eluh is one of the most au-tive girls' . F7 athletic groups. The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in hockey among Washington coeds. lneluded on the schedule of activities for the club is the annual game with the girls from the College of Puget Sound in Tacouia. These two groups do not play against each other. The usual procedure is re- versed and the girls mix teams and play with eaeh other. This year's game ended in a scoreless tie. Hockey club oflic-ers are: Grace Bodley. president: Se Reed Fernald. vice-president: Eleanore Hamlin. secretary: Margaret -Xitken. treasurer. The following girls are members of the team: Se Reed Fernald. right wing: Grace Bodley, inside right: Dolly Garrison, Center forward: Marion Wfestby, in- side leftg Pat Kenny, left wingg Eileen Smythe, right half: Pat Asheraft, left halfg Eleanore Hamlin, right hack: Dorothy Revelle. lf-ft haekg Zoe Smith, goalie. .235 BULr The intramural girls' golf tournament started last fall was called off before the final match because of poor weather. However. Manager Muriel Veateh has plans in progress for an open and intramural tour- nament to be played spring quarter. ln the fall contest, Mary ,lane Gilke, transfer from Washington State eollege, and women's golf champion on the Pullman campus last spring, proved herself a threat to eoed golfers for the coming tournaments. Mary Jane won several matches by a large margin before she was forced to default to Muriel Veatch, present champion. The finals between Betty Jones and Muriel Veatch have been postponed indefinitely, pending better weather. Hockey players Se Reed Fermzld mul Crm-0 Hadley

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Helen Robertson and Mary Frances Courtney, enthusiastic members of the Archery Club I .F .. .. I Coached by Colonel Thebaud and Sergeant Cage 25 coeds have been turning out for rifle practice twice a week since October in preparation for the spring intercollegiate matches. Starting in February, the girls shot in contests against other colleges all over the country. Ten contestants were entered and the five highest scores exchanged by mail to determine the winner. This spring the National Rifle Association spon- sored a tournament of all college women's rifle teams, on their own rifle ranges. An annual banquet with the men's rifle team is scheduled for spring quarter, at which the teams' activities are summarized, and medals, cups, and letters are awarded. Outstanding members of the Washington team are .lean Kolinski, Manager Dorsey Reed, Sigrid Bergerson, Helen Lawrence, and Jocelyn Dohm. rl ri I1 ll r' ray I I .J I E. I Although there is no organized womenls archery group on the campus, archery is a popular pastime for many coeds in the spring and early fall. In a cleared space in the grove just west of the women's gym a wire fence encloses a green turf, making a picturesque spot in which Washington archers may shoot. The Women's Physical Education department is planning an archery tournament for spring quarter. These dead-eyes are-Top row: Ruth Bergerson, Sigri Bottom row: Jocelyn Dohm, Barbara Fox, Jean



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RlJ.YIIIl'Il ll"ilf'0,r lzlmltfs up the nel. slml of her purlnur Helly ffnllyvr P I I1 B P U I1 B Mary Gordon, a consistent Winner of ping pong matehes, whom you see at your right, finishing a smash stroke, became the champion of the girls' open club tournament held fall quarter, when she defeated Virginia Voeks, 21-45 21-93 in the final round. Virginia defeated Rosalea Wilcox in the semi- finals and Mary won from Evelyn Gilmour to gain her plaee in the finals. Eight girls entered the con- test. ln the winter quarter tournament, in progress when Tyee went to press, 16 participants re- mained in the running at the second round. The girls who Won their first round matches are: Mary Kubota, Virginia Willialns, Rosemond Hirsehorn, Jessie Beebe, Dorsey Reed, Adaline Linkletter, Mary ,lane Carpenter, Stella Gorman, Rosalea Wil- cox, Mary Holcombe, and Betty l'larmon. B 'IDIIIIIITDII Nvomen badminton players started the year's activities with two tournaments fall quarter. ln the ladder tournament 36 players participated. Eight girls signed up for the elimination contest. fn the first round Pat Asheraft defeated Marjorie Young, Rosalea Wilcox eliminated Pauline All- mindinger, and Betty Collyer heat Abbie Rehherg. Betty Collyer, badminton tournament manager has plans for spring quarter eontests. Mary Cnrrlon, cliumpinn. puddle wieldnr flflfi x i

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