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BASKETBALL B ASKETBALL stil leads In popularity among the girls ' team games, for it is a great sport that wins the utmost effort of the players and the keen enthusiasm of the spec- tators. Class teams are chosen each year to participate in the interclass tournament held in the fall. This year each team played three games. The upperclass teams, by virtue of their perfect record in these games, played for the cham- pionship with the underclass teams, de- feating the Freshmen in a close game to win the title. Frieda Foth was the general basket- ball manager. BADMINTON I I N CASE you are not familiar with the game of badminton, make a visit to the women ' s gymnasium and acquaint yourself with a small feather shuttle batted back and forth across a net by a light racquet. In 1928, a Badminton Club was or- ganized by a group of coeds who wished to place the game in the phys- ical education curriculum. Membership In this club is gained through a ladder tournament In the spring. The ten girls with the highest scores are invited to become members of this organization. Th BASEBALL hlEY swing a mean baseball bat, these University of Wash- ington women. Next year, the regulation hard ball system in interclass competition will be replaced by the soft ball, with the hope that more girls will participate in this invigorating game. After a succession of well-contested battles, the Frosh won the champion- ship crown from the Seniors, who have had possession of it for the last two years. Basketball, Badminton. Baseball 203
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Cooper, Duncan, Berry Women ' s Athletic Association . . . Louise Cooper Dorothy Duncan Phyllis Berry . Katherine Gerum Dora hiergert President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian EXECUTIVE BOARD Lillian Bond " W " Club Wllma Nell Harmony . Baseball Betty Boyle Editorial Chairman Thelma Beck -- . . Tennis Priscilla Balcenhus Publicity Alice Charland . Rlflery Jean Mclntyre Banquet Chairman Irma ZIntheo . Archery Luell Weed .. Point System Chairman Agnes Samuelsen Hiking Norma Davis . Health Week Katherine Henderson . Golf Helen Moldstad . Intramural Chairman Ruth Stwalley Dance Drama Charlotte Bauman . Hockey Dorothea Ritchie Basketball Dorothy Lund . Volleyball Katrlna Harley Swimming Ihrough this association the Physical Education de- partment is striving to foster true sportsmanship, interest in athletics through wholesome recreational activ- ities, and a feeling of good fellowshi p among women of the University. There Is no athletic aristocracy except that based on fine sportsmanship, splendid leadership, and good fellowship. Elig- ibility for membership is based on par- ticipation In sports for two quarters at the University of Washington. 202
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HiUng, Tennis, Fencing Ai HIKING kLL the lures of the natural beauty of Washington makes hiking a favorite with university women. This year about fifty enthusiastic hikers received credit for numerous hikes which they took throughout the year. There are two ten-mile hikes a quarter, and a five-mile hike each week. Come rain, come snow, these coeds hike just the same. Many of the hikes were finished with wienie or marshmal- low roasts. Jennie Kenyon was manager again this year. TENNIS C OPRING— and ten- nis. Thus dictate Washington women, and magically the tennis courts are sprinkled with dots of bright and varied colors. From the first beam of spring sunlight until late In fall, the courts ad- joining the women ' s gymnasium are crowded from early morning until eve- ning. Tennis is fast becoming one of the most popular sports for women. Last spring more than eighty girls took part in the interclass tournament managed by Thelma Beck. The singles championship was won by Dorothea Ritchie, while Dorothy White and Dorothea Ritchie won the honors in the doubles championship. FENCING T I HE CLASH of cold steel! In days of old, knights fought for their ladies fair, but In 1931 Washing- ton ladies do their own fighting, and in a skillful way, in Mr. August Auren- helmer ' s fencing class. Parrying, feint- ing, lunging, retreating, the two fight- ers go; but regardless of their deadly weapons and deep Intent, the girls come out smiling from behind their masks, for it ' s all in fun and Is great sport. Though fencing is one of the newest sports. It is rapidly becoming one of the most popular. 204
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