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I0002-02-0019 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0020 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0021 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Pat Boland (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0022 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Pat Boland (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0023 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Ed Enos (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.