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After hours of running, jumping, were no longer told over lunch in the This page: top left - Robert Beasley
throwing and soaking up the sunshine,
winners were determined.
In the men's competition Elements of
Fire took the meet with 90 points.
In women's competition, D.J.'s left
the second-place team 72 points behind,
winning the meet with 123.
After the muscles strained in the
:rack meet healed and after the stories
about how this team whipped that team
Bean, the only physical evidence that
remained of intramural competition
was a list of point totals.
Although the point totals revealed
that Sigma Theta Chi won the women's
division and Frater Sodalis the men's,
the figures couldn't tell the reasons
students competed in intramurals or
what they got out of it. The students
themselves had to tell that story.
looks for an open many right - Sub T-16
player Alan Thomas makes it to base
before Greg Wharton gets the ball there:
bottom leh - While waiting to bat, Judd
White watches the game. Opposite page:
Sloppy Joes player Steve Cummins heads
for the dirt in a football game.