Women's Athletics 1933

Women's Athletics 1933

In 1933 the Microcosm reported that each female student was required to participate in two hours a week of the intramural sports offered. In the fall the choices were: hockey, outdoor archery, swimming, tennis, and horseback riding; in the winter: swimming, basketball, and indoor archery; and in the spring: tennis, volleyball, swimming, and riding. Miss Winifred E. Chapman oversaw the Women's Athletic Association, which consisted of eight student members: Lucretia Heisey '33, Maybelle Androvette '33, Mildred Smith '33, Mary Lee Jacobs '34, Elizabeth Hibbs '34, Ruth Sharp '34, Dorothy Shearer '35, and Frances Snyder '35.