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Title:Untold Story: Louise Freer
Author(s):Anguiano, Megan; Block, Tarah; Failla, Ricky; Liu, Christopher; Milinkovic, Peter; Reiter, Danny; Schaub, Mike; Sohn, Jin Kon
Subject(s):Louise Freer
gender and college athletics
women in sport
Abstract:Our goals was to caputre Louise Freer's inspiration and illustrate how it transcends into modern day. We asked how has Louise Freer contributed to our University and society as a whole: What is she responsible for in the world of sport? How does she embody the essence of women in sport? Research was based on personal interviews and archival materials.
Issue Date:2011
Course / Semester:KIN 249 Fall 2010
Sport and Modern Society
Synthia Sydnor, Instructor
Conference Poster
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2012-08-23

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