Anne Mohs recounts the significant years of the 1960’s in the life of the Mission Marlins Swim Club. She recalls such swim club members as Chris and Gwen Douglas. She discusses swim practices and swim meets, as well as the distinctive Mission Marlins sweat suits. Topics such as new lane markings at the facility, and the swim meet at University og British Columbia are discussed. The significance of the 1968 Beatles concert in Vancouver is also remembered.
|Title:||Clubs & Groups|
|Topic:||The Mission Marlins Swim Club|
|Date:||May 11, 2004|
|Scope:||1 audio tape; transcription; unedited CD|
|Length:||approx. 27 min.|
|Summary:||Mission Marlins Swim Club, 1964-1965, Chris Douglas, Gwen Douglas, swim practices, swim meets, Mission Marlins sweat suits, new lane markings, Brooks, Edwards, McCormick, McDonald, 1968 Beatles concert, summer Swim Meet at UBC, Sandy Edwards|