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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON'S PHI GAMMA DELTA 'RUN TO THE ROSES' ARRIVES IN ANAHEIM, CALIF.

 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON'S PHI GAMMA DELTA
 'RUN TO THE ROSES' ARRIVES IN ANAHEIM, CALIF.
 WHAT: After running 1,300 miles with the official Rose Bowl
 game football, members of the University of Washington's
 Phi Gamma Delta fraternity will hand the ball off to
 Husky football coach Don James.
 WHEN: Monday, Dec. 30
 5 p.m.
 WHERE: Anaheim Hotel Lobby
 Anaheim, Calif.
 WHY: The University of Washington's Phi Gamma Delta fraternity,
 known as the Fijis, organized the "Run to the Roses" as a
 benefit for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in
 Seattle. This is the second year for this event. Last
 year's run raised $20,000.
 CONTACT: Susan Edmonds of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 206-667-2896.
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CO: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ST: Washington, California IN: SU:

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