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Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

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.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

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.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

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.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

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.

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a Press Conference

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.

Business Symposium

Business symposium at Loyola College. From left to right, on stage, René Bouthillier from the Coopérative Agricole de Granby and Ted Petsche, 4th year Commerce student at Loyola College.

Campus Centre

Groundbreaking ceremony of the Loyola Campus Centre. From left to right, LMSA President Gordon Clark, Loyola Alumni Assocation President Brian Gallery, Father Patrick G. Malone, S.J., and an unidentified woman.

Christine & Virginia Gudas

Convocation 1974. Twenty one year old Christine & Virginia Gudas, identical twins, were presented with the Governor-General's Medal at Loyola College's Convocation on June 1st, 1974. The medal is awarded to the student with the highest average in the Faculty of Arts. The twins graduated Magna Cum Laude with an identical average of 86.2%.

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