Vassar’s synchronized swimming club, the Swuppers, presented “Splashing Through The Decades.” The club, which was formed in 1934 by a group of students who would swim together and then eat supper after, was made up of ten women with various levels of synchro expertise. “It’s an appealing sport, exceedingly demanding;” said club advisor Jean Appenzellar. “The athlete must have a tremendous perception of position in space. It’s an opportunity to work out and yet be expessive with a wide range of movement.”