H2E Club

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The H2E Club was active at William & Mary in the 1920s and 1930s. Membership was restricted to women students who were Physical Education majors with at least a C average. "Refinement of character, including good manners, orderly conduct, and general culture" was also a qualification for joining the club. The name "H2E" stood for "Health, Happiness, and Efficiency." The club promoted physical education on campus and entertained visiting sports teams.

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