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Diana Duerkop fonds

  • MG 287
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1991

This fonds contains clippings, photos, correspondence and memorabilia re. the U of S and synchronized swimming.

Duerkop, Diana

Women's Intramural Synchronized Swimming Team - Group Photo

Team members dressed in swimsuits by the pool.

Bio/Historical Note: The University of Saskatchewan’s first pool opened in 1916. Located in the basement of Qu'Appelle Hall, it was 18 feet wide, 45 feet long and around 8 feet deep with a spring board and changing rooms. Speed swimming, diving, water polo and recreational swimming soon became popular activities in the long Saskatchewan winters. The pool closed soon after the Physical Education pool opened in October 1964.