Women's Athletics Gets New Coordinator and New Program


Womens athletics at Dickinson underwent a shift with the coming of new athletic coordinator, Mary G, Rehfuss during the 1934-35 academic year.  Under her direction, womens sports like basketball, tennis, hockey and archery continued with their popularity while new activities like tumbling, tap dancing, volleyball, hiking and bowling attracted interest.  She implemented a new athletic program where emphasis was œplaced on the correction of physical defects or deficiencies among women.  Despite how negative this may sound, female participation in athletics seemed to flourish during this time.

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Microcosm 1935