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The game most enjoyed by beginners and experts alike i3 badminton. The women o. .he Un.e.si.y a,e given ample opportunity .o play with ,He numerous classes offered and with the special Wednesday evening receo.onal periods. Phoebe Quigley, shown above, comes through with a fast one. PlUG POllU A champion among the women p ng pong players is Jeannie Davis, shown below. The ping pong tournament was not finished last year, but this year ' s ladder tournament is in progress as Tyee goes to press.
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flRCHtRy The archery club meets oil three quarters. Member- ship is made up of those who have participated in archery and are elected from tryouts. Last year, tor the first time, the archery group competed In a telegraphic meet and placed tenth among the 150 colleges represented. ftninG For those interested in the medieval sport of fenc- ing, the Women ' s Physical Education Department spon- sors a fencing club. The pre- requisite for membership in the club is one quarter of fencing. Demonstrations and informal meets with other fencing groups are part of the club ' s activities.
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Tfnois Warm winter days and springtime bring the coeds out to the tennis courts for a fast, invigorating set of tennis. The two ladder tournaments provide competition during the fall and spring with plenty of action as Greek women and independents vie for honors. Peggy Lindsey and Betty Livingstone. GOLf Washington weather makes golf an all-season sport, but in the spring many an afternoon of study is neg- lected for several rounds on the University course. Popular instructor of the sport is " Pop " Jefferson, fa- vorite of the femmes. Leading the coed enthusiasts this year is Mary Ann Shiel, shown at left. 226
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