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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1948
GO YOU COED-Two unidentified women caught in a close finish
during one of the 25 yard free style races.
BRING ON THE GOILS-For some strange reason, men consistently make up most of the crowd
that each year packs the Union Pool balcony to watch the 300 girls compete in the WAA swim
BIRD'S EYE VIEW-Barbara McCready, Ginny Correll and Buffy PRETTY OFFICIAL-Even the
Barrs climb up on a window ledge to get a better view of the were cute. Exhibit A-Marilyn
proceedings. Barbara nearly toppled off as this picture was taken. Koven.
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WE'RE WINNING-Virginia Ellis and Mary Stone do some solid
and apparently successful rooting for their team during one of
the relay races. Enthusiasm like this kept the rafters quivering
for almost two hours.
THEY'RE OFF-Two coed natators go with the gun
the 25 yard free style races begins. Many heats had
for each race because of .the large number of entries.
were judged on the basis of their, times.
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WATER DANCES-Priscilla Ball and Janet Dewey offered a
smooth water ballet as part of the evening's programs. Miss Dewey
also did some fast churning in her own right, tying for second
place in individual honors.
THE CIIAMP-Pat Scott, fresh-
man AAU star walked off with
individual honors, scoring a total
of 11 points. She was the only
coed to place first in two events.
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