North Carolina Newspapers

    OCTOBER 1964
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OUTLOOK
Swimming
SEA SAINTS
® Sea Saints are back in the swim of
I® this year. They meet together on
“^sys and Thursdays from 3:00 to
^ey are currentiy reviewing skiils
^king up routines. With the use of
'Ideo equipment they are watching
> of last year's “Splashdance” and the
'Ole soio competition. The Sea Saints
'Oder the direction of Coach Robin
J^o Is one of St. Mary’s new facuity
The current roster IrKiudes;
^•ce (Pres.), Susan Gardner, Ashley
Patti Shreve, Leslie Clay, Ftobln
Alice Hemingway, and Lynn
Tryouts for the Sea Saints will be
^ January. The exact dates will be
later.
SWIM & DIVE
The 1984-1985 St. Mary’s Swim Team
and Dive Team membership has be^ ^
SSed ^ tSdice has begun. The Swim
insists of: JiH Hopper (Manager),
the one at Fredricks-
Marv Washington College ai
^Snia Other meets include: No-
3 Pfeiffer College at Meisenhimer,
vember3,Pfeiwr^^
N.C.; Nove"^ 14 Ma.
college hem; a,
SS™n an.Dec«.be, 3. Randolph
l^^tacon (tentative).
Under the supervision of Mrs. Sue
Brown, the dance troupes of St. Mary’s are
under way. Dancers of the individual
groups have already been selected. Those
chosen for Caperettes are: Susan Lang
ston (Pres.), Betsy Diedrick, Angela
Dickerson, Susan Gregory, Lisa Leggett,
Debbie Walker, and Shannon Hines. Those
chosen for Orchesis are: Constance Frost
(Pres.), Catherine Loflin, Leslie Dodd,
Dorothy Guggenheimer, Mary Mac Ogden
and Terri Shubert. Finally, those choseri
for Gillie Callum are: Lori Durden (Pres.),
Tracy Young, Sally Madison, Vaiden
Kramer, Cameron Campbell, and Cour
tenay Bally. Rehearsals have already
started in order to perfect their dances for
the first big performance during Parent’s
Weekend.
TENNIS TEAM
“Both teams can represent St. Mary’s
well,” remarked Coach Mary Lou Jones
about the tennis teams. She continued to
say that St. Mary’s College has on the
team this year a lot of new girls who need
to get used to the different level of compe
tition that St. Mary’s has to face. In years
past, St. Mary’s has had great treams;
therefore, the other colleges expect a
tough match. As a result, a great deal of
pressure is placed on the tennis teams.
The tennis teams have already begun to
get ready for the competition. The college
team will have some scrimmage matches
in the fall in order to better prepare them
for the spring season. The high school
team, however, will have their matches in
the fall. Since the competition is stiff, on
the college level, Coach Jones feels that
the girls need to work year round to reach
their full potential.
The college team has nine members
The members are: Julie Brady (Sr.), Lynn
^on (Sr.), Meg Adams (Sr.), Margaret
Barnes (Jr.), Tyler Mills (Jr.), Christel
Ellison (Sr.), Melissa Smith (Jr.), Kathryn
Finney (Jr.), and Eleanor Field (Jr.).
The high school team consists of twelve
members and a manager. The members
^e: Sally Ellis (Soph.), Sarah McGuire
(Soph.), Meriwether Hill (Soph.), GiGi
Evans (Soph.), Lee Lee KIrldand (Fresh )
Mary Hunt Adkins (Soph.), Bobbie Lou
Britt (Fresh.), Lucy Venable (Fresh.), Jane
Corpening (Soph.), Gwen Dixon (Fresh )
Hale Edwards (Fresh.), and Caroline Long
(Soph.). The manager for the team this
year is Elizabeth Grine.
High School Tennis Team Schedule
DATES
OPPONENT
PLACE
TIME
DISMISSED
Oct. 8
Oct. 9
Oct. 11 & 12
Oct. 19 & 20
Salem Academy
Greensboro Day
District Championship
State Championship
Here
Here
Greenfield
TBA
3:30
12:00
All-Day
All-Day
3:00
11:15
College Tennis Team Schedule
DATES
OPPONENT
PLACE
TIME
DISMISSED
Sept. 11
Peace
There
2:30
1:45
Sept 17
N.C. State
There
2:00
1:15
Sept. 25
Peace
Here
2:30
2:00
Sept. 27
Meredith
Here
2:30
2:00
Basketball
The Basketball season is just around the
comer! With the opening of the season
comes tryouts for the team. The tryouts for
the 1984-1985 St. Mary’s College Basket
ball team begin October 17 at 4:00 in the
gym under the direction of Coach Mary
Lida Alexander. Everyone is encouraged to
come and tryout. Newcomers to St. Mary’s
are especially welcome. Last year's team
was a great one, and this year’s team
should prove to be even better.
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