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The shirt .... .... ami the finish of ih. for the love of water Women ' s Swimming Team The girls ' swimming team had its first meet on January 13. The meet included six teams from the district with American Uni- versity coming in second of the six. After the beginning of the second semester five more meets were scheduled. Harriet Mover and Sue Foster managed the team. Events in each meet were a 25-yard hack stroke, a 25- yard breast stroke, a 50-yard freestyle, a 100-yard freestyle relay, and a 100-yard medley consisting of breast stroke, back stroke, butterfly, and crawl. first row: Jean Clark. Lottie Schumacher, Lorie White, and Harriet Moyer. second row. Karen Singer. Suzanne Foster, Jo Ann Test, and Pat Chapman. athletics 71
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left, front to back: Marilyn Goldrieh. Nancy Moore, Barbara Whitla, Mary Ann Gilmour, Pat Chapman, right, front to back: Sofia Cukier, Gloria Kretchmer, Pain Harmon, Dot Murray. Priscilla Barker, middle, left to right: Helen McCall, Reiko Nagawatasse. inter-scholastic teams chosen Women ' s Basketball Basketball season for the girls began after Thanksgiving. Intramural teams com- peted, and from those teams an inter- scholastic team was chosen. Two pre-season games were played before the end of the semester. At the start of the spring semester, concentration on shaping a team heightened. Eight regular season games were played — the season ending the middle of March. Sickness and injury at times left the team short-handed. Captaincy was rotated as in hockey. Nancy George was the permanent manager. Feint t 70 athletics
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Alpha Sig. and ATO fight it .. at height of foothall season. a popular sport Men ' s Intramurals The Mens Intramural Program, run by Mr. James Williams, is one of the most popular activities on the campus. Boasting more participants than any other activity, the program is a broad one, covering many sports from touch football to fencing. In the fall the sports include touch football, archery, doubles tennis, basketball, foul-shooting, bowling, and the most popu- lar spectator event — the swim meet. In foot- ball Phi Sigma Kappa, the fraternity champs, lost to the All-Stars, a strong inde- pendent team in the play-off game. Jim Fitzgerald won the archery tournament and Steve Berkowitz of Phi Epsilon Pi was the top bowler. For the third year in a row the independents were the top swimmers in the The Int. annual Foothall Champs The All Stars.
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