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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Sports - L

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Letterwomen's Club

Citation: Donald J. Mohler, ed., Grindstone (Berea, OH: Baldwin-Wallace College, 1929), p. 142.

 With Miss Galleher as their instructor in Physical Education many of the girls have succeeded in winning their letters. This group has not as yet assumed very large proportions, but as soon as some more of our more athletic-minded co-eds succeed in establishing their supremacy in the field of sports, it will become a factor to be reckoned with.

Edna Barclay designed the athletic letter to be awarded to the girls and otherwise lent her assistance to the forwarding of this venture. It has met with well merited success. Incidentally Miss Barclay was the first girl on the Baldwin-Wallace campus to win the letter. She has made a remarkable record for herself in this line, as follows: Girls' Handball Champion (1,3); Paddle Tennis Tournament Winner (1,2,3); and Winner Archery Tournament (2). Beside this she found time to take an active part in basketball, track and baseball, as well as acting as a student assistant in athletics. Much is expected from the girls along this line in the future.

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