Paumier among 3 who will join Md. Hall of Fame

October 13, 1994|By Doug Brown

Tami Paumier, Elizabeth McCleary Primrose-Smith and the late Anna McCleary Rogers will be inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame at a luncheon Dec. 8 at the Timonium Holiday Inn.

Paumier, who swam for the Columbia Aquatics Association, won the 100-meter breaststroke in the 1979 Pan American Games, upsetting Tracy Caulkins.

Primrose-Smith was on the winning U.S. 400-meter freestyle relay in the 1963 Pan American Games and was sixth in the 100 freestyle.

Rogers was Maryland's first Olympic swimming team member, an alternate in the 100-meter backstroke who went to the 1924 Paris Games but did not swim.

The inductions will raise membership in the 9-year-old Hall of Fame to 16.

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