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Photograph of Dalhousie girls basketball team

Item is a photograph of the 1928 Dalhousie University Intercollegiate girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Jacqueline Dumares (Centre); Allene MacCurdy (Forward); Alice Atherton (Captain, Forward); Helen Sexton (Manager, Centre); Betty Freeman (Guard); Lillian Barnstead (Guard); Eileen Cameron (Side Centre); Jean Fraser (Side Centre); Isobel Wasa (Forward); and W.E. Stirling (Coach) standing or kneeling in three rows.

Photograph of Dalhousie girls basketball team

Item is a photograph of the 1924 Dalhousie University Girls Basketball Team. The photograph shows Edith Macneil; Carol Hawkins (Captain); Markorie Kennedy; Allison MacCurdy; Harriett Roberts; Elinor Barnstead; Marion Campbell; and Mabel Borden sticking their heads through holes in a backdrop.

Photograph of inscription on stone

Item is a photograph of an inscription on a stone. The inscription reads: "The tablet below a fac-simile of that placed in the corner-stone of the original Dalhousie College, which occupied this site from 1820 to 1887, was unveiled with appropriate ceremony on August 21, 1924, when Sir James Fergusson, Admiral on this station, and John George Pyke, of Liverpool, N. S., represented their respective great-grandfathers, the Earl of Dalhousie and John George Pyke."

Photograph of Super Skills Summer Camp 1975 : Basketball

Item is a photograph from a basketball game at the 1975 Super Skills summer camp. The photograph shows several girls looking at a coach writing on a board. A caption on the back of the photograph says "Nancy Buzzell explains strategies for a super basketball game to the women attending Dal's 1st Super Skills Cmp [sic] this summer."

Photograph of Super Skills Family Fun Night

Item is a photograph from Super Skills Family Night. The photograph shows a skating rink with many people skating on it. A newspaper caption attached to the back of the photograph says "Following the skills display and the draws for more than 20 door prizes, everyone took part in the family skate."

Photograph of athletic directors

Item is a photograph of Nila Ipson (Intramural Coordinator); Ken Bellemare (Athletic Director); Nancy Buzzell (Women's Athletic Director) standing in a gym with a Dal Tigers logo on the floor and looking at a piece of paper. They may be making some sort of presentation.

Photograph of Helen Castonguay and Joan Selig : Outstanding Female Athlete award presentation

Item is a photograph of Joan Selig presenting the award for Outstanding Female Athlete to Helen Castonguay. A caption included in the file says "Helen Castonguay, field hockey and basketball star, received the trophy for the Outstanding Female Athlete from Joan Selig, who won it last year and the year before."

Photograph of Aileen Meagher and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Aileen Meagher. A caption attached to the back of the photograph says "Aileen Meagher, former track star and Nova Scotia's first Olympic woman competitor received the Dalhousie Award for great contribution to Nova Scotia sport, from Dal's president, Dr. Henry D. Hicks."

Photograph of Ray Riddell and W. Andrew MacKay : Climo Award presentation

Item is a photograph of W. Andrew MacKay presenting the Climo Award to ray Riddell. A newspaper caption attached to the back of the photograph says "Ray Riddell, from Mississuaga Ont., is a graduate of RMC, a reserve pilot and a second-year law student. He has been with the soccer Tigers for two years. Here he receives the Climo Award from Vice-President MacKay, himself a winner of the award in 1949."

Photograph of Ray Riddell and W. Andrew MacKay : Climo Award presentation

Item is a photograph of W. Andrew MacKay presenting the Climo Award to ray Riddell. A caption included in the file says "Ray Riddell, from Mississuaga Ont., is a graduate of RMC, a reserve pilot and a second-year law student. He has been with the soccer Tigers for two years. Here he receives the Climo Award from Vice-President MacKay, himself a winner of the award in 1949."
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