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The ball awaits the approach of Susan Rako .y's club during practice at the Corvallis Country Club.
Senior Karen Campbell shows her consistent style as she sends the ball down the fairway.
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Headed upstream doing a ‘Power Ten" into the finish line in a very close race one second before Seattle Pacific, the team strains as the coxswain looks over her shoulder to check where the finish line is located during the Corvallis Regatta.
Novice women launch a shell on the Willamette River on a brisk Saturday morning practice.
Men's Varsity 8
Pacific 10 Rival — OSU 2nd. 5:46 Pacific Coast Rival Second 5:46 Cal Davi First 5:50.53 Santa Barbara First 5:53 Tn-Cilies Regatta First 5:54 22 Pacific Coa t Final Second 6:22.72 Pacific Coast Champ First 6.04.6 Corvallis Invitational Regatta First
Women's Varsity 8
Pacific Coa t Rival Third 6:30 Cal Davi First 7:01 37 Santa Barbara First 6:56.00 Tri-Cilie Regatta Second 7.03.02 Pacific Coast Finals Third 9.04.2
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From finding pineapples as tee markers in Hawaii to playing with red balls in the snow in Colorado, Beaver golfers enjoy this
When the sun started its consistent run, people seemed to automatically flock outdoors to enjoy it. Barbeques, sun bathing and one of the most popular exercising events, golfing, prevailed.
The OSU Women's Golf Team, led by Walt Kennick and assistant coach Elaine Kennick, spent many afternoons following Spring Vacation on the green.
"The season begins right after Spring Break and ends before Thanksgiving," Coach Kennick said. "We try to squeeze as much time in as we possibly can."
The Lady Beavers'schedule was a busy one. The five-woman traveling team, which consisted of two se-
niors, Sarah Bloemendaal and Karen Campbell, freshman Candi Jordan and sophomores Susan Rakozy and Sue Skjonsby traveled nationwide during the season.
"Sarah and Karen played consistently well all year long," Kennick stated. "We will really be at a disadvantage without them next year."
Tournaments held in Idaho and Utah, such as the B.Y.U. Invitational, filled the itinerary, but nice weather was not always a pre-requisite for playing.
"We were in Colorado Springs for the Lady Falcon Tournament," Elaine Kennick remembered. "Playing with the red balls was interesting, but we were snowed out on the third day and had to cancel the whole thing!"
The Pac-10 tournament in Tuscon, Arizona, brought nine of the best teams around together.
"At least we beat the Ducks," Assistant Coach Kennick laughed. "Thank God for Oregon."
Mr. Kennick really had his work cut out for him. With a less than adequate slice of the budget, team members did not have the money necessary to be adequately prepared for their games.
"If we're going to compete in this league, we've got to get the girls," Coach Kennick stressed. "Other schools can afford to send out letters of intent that have something to offer. We don't have that option."
Arizona, Oklahoma and San Jose were just a few of the top-rated teams OSU was up against during the year.
"These girls are able to get scores very near to those women on protours achieve," Coach Kennick admitted.
Other tournaments the team played in were the U of W Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, the U.S.I.U. in San Diego and the Trojan-Bruin Classic.
"Golfing is a good reason to go on vactaion," Coach Kennick stated. "But we work really hard to do our best at playing." □ by Lindy Humphreys
Skip Zwahlen blasts out of a sand trap as he approaches the green.
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