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This letter from Gail Brinton, Ursinus College Class of 1964, congratulates Eleanor Snell on the occasion of her retirement from Ursinus College and remarks on Eleanor's sportsmanship and traditions.

Publication Date

5-9-1970

Language

English

Keywords

Eleanor Snell, Ursinus College, retirement, Gail Brinton, Gail Allebach

Disciplines

Health and Physical Education | Higher Education | Sports Studies

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[May 9, 1970]

[Dear Miss]

[How hard it is to put down on paper the influence one person has had over another. Yet I can see in my own teaching and philosophy and in that of my Ursinus friends the basic groundwork which you gave us. You have us very strong feelings about such a variety of things such as gum chewing, speaking of the English language and most important of all, sportsmanship. These will stay with me all my life. I feel it has been a great privilege to have been one of your students. You have given women's athletics a great tradition and we all are thankful for it.]

[I wish you the very best with your coming retirement and hope you have many happy years to enjoy it.]

[Sincerely,]

[Gail B. Allebach '64]

Letter From Gail B. Allebach to Eleanor Snell, May 9, 1970

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