Archery was one of four major sports played in gym classes by women. Classes would each have a team and competitions were held between them. In the Spring, the Women's Athletic Council would hold a banquet for all women who actively participated in activities and for those women who had won awards. Three trophies were awarded. Hockey and Basketball Trophies went to the First Team of the winning class. That class's numerals were then engraved on the trophy. The Inter-class Athletic Championship trophy was awarded to the class with the greatest number of points accumulated during the year.
Also awarded at the Spring Banquet were the Junior Sportsmanship
Blazer. To be eligible, the woman had to be a member of the Junior
class and to have accumulated 35 points in at least three different first
teams from their class. Participants on a first team for their class
would receive five points per season played. Four women were
chosen from among those eligible by the previous wears of the Blazer
and the Faculty Advisory committee.
Individuals who participated on a first team for their class were awarded a Jersey sweater in their class color ( for example the Class of 1934 received purple sweaters) with the class emblem for their sport on the sweater. No one received more than one sweater and no one received more than one emblem per sport, but the women could accumulated points.