Female college hockey. Hockey tape jobs.
Female College Hockey
- College hockey most often refers to the American ice hockey competitive governance structure established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA, though leagues outside of the United States exist.
- an animal that produces gametes (ova) that can be fertilized by male gametes (spermatozoa)
- Of or denoting the sex that can bear offspring or produce eggs, distinguished biologically by the production of gametes (ova) that can be fertilized by male gametes
- (of a plant or flower) Having a pistil but no stamens
- being the sex (of plant or animal) that produces fertilizable gametes (ova) from which offspring develop; "a female heir"; "female holly trees bear the berries"
- characteristic of or peculiar to a woman; "female sensitiveness"; "female suffrage"
- Relating to or characteristic of women or female animals
Jefferson Hall & Barksdale Field Exhibit Case
Note the vintage women's gym bloomers and a reproduction of a Jefferson Hall blueprint.
In 1920 the College of William & Mary hired an architect for the proposed new dormitory for women. Tyler Hall (the present-day Reves Center), which opened in 1916, had served as the dormitory for women since William & Mary first admitted women in 1918. The new dormitory was named Jefferson Hall and opened in September 1921. While the upper floors held apartments for female instructors and dormitory rooms for 125 students, the basement contained a gymnasium including a 45,000 gallon swimming pool. Jeffersonas gymnasium was available to both men and women students from 1922 to 1925, the period between the conversion of the Old Gym to a classroom building and the opening of the new Blow Memorial Gymnasium. Despite strict rules about men visiting women in dormitories, men students were allowed to visit Jeffersonas gym for social and athletic events such as dances and basketball games.
See swem.wm.edu/scrc/ExhibitsatSwem.cfm for more information about past and present exhibits produced by the Special Collections Research Center.
.375 Revolver, D class
Janine had no idea. Her Father was out of town, away on a business trip and probably already in the hotel bar drunk and hitting on anything with tits. Her mother had died; cancer at 32. I had known her for most of our lives and now that we had graduated from college I figured we'd keep being together for the rest of our lives. She was on her cell, leaving a message for "him". Him and his charming, manly ways. He'd been on the hockey team, played for the college and helped them win a few trophies. He was going to play for one of the local teams, but that wouldn't happen anymore. It's hard to play hockey with a hole in your forehead. I felt the reasuring weight of the revolver in my hand. This is for you Janine I thought, for us. I opened the back door and walked into the light, the flourescence glinting off the barrel as I swung it up. Her eyebrows shot up in surprise then the eyes below widened in horror as she noticed the gun. "Alicia, NO!" She screamed as she dropped the phone. I had two bullets left, One for her, one for me.
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