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[[Balticon]] 8 was a [[convention]] held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in [[Baltimore]], Washington's Birthday weekend, February 15-18, 1974. The [[GoH]] was [[Fred Pohl]] and the [[chairman]] was [[Ted Pauls]].
 
[[Balticon]] 8 was a [[convention]] held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in [[Baltimore]], Washington's Birthday weekend, February 15-18, 1974. The [[GoH]] was [[Fred Pohl]] and the [[chairman]] was [[Ted Pauls]].
  
This Balticon was important since it was here that [[Sue Wheeler]] became so disgusted with the con not having a [[club]] to run it that she and others re-founded [[BSFS]], which had been dead for years.
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This Balticon was important since it was here that [[Sue Wheeler (MD)]] became so disgusted with the con not having a [[club]] to run it that she and others re-founded [[BSFS]], which had been dead for years.
  
 
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Balticon 8 was a convention held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel in Baltimore, Washington's Birthday weekend, February 15-18, 1974. The GoH was Fred Pohl and the chairman was Ted Pauls.

This Balticon was important since it was here that Sue Wheeler became so disgusted with the con not having a club to run it that she and others re-founded BSFS, which had been dead for years.

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