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Strong athletic programs at varsity and
intramural levels strive to fulfill youth's
total education. Ball Stateis program
provides a physical education curricu-
lum and extracurricular facilities for
students and faculty. Expanded facili-
ties included completion of the 17,000-
seat football stadium and the indoor
swimming arena. Ball State football
ended with a second Crantland Rice
Bowl appearance in three years. Resig-
nation from the Indiana Collegiate Con-
ference served as the initial step for
affiliation in a more competitive con-
ference to meet the growth in this area.
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Page 216 text:
Cards Won Fourth Straight ICC Titleg
Football Season Ended With 7-2 Record
The Ball State Cards won their fourth
straight Indiana Collegiate Conference
crown as a fitting finale to their with-
drawal from thc league. Coach Lou-
then's Itedclads finished the season with
a 7-2 record and were rated fourth in
the UPI small-college ratings during the
week of Octoher I. A vast depth spelled
the difference in most games. The Cards
used a combination of powerful ground
games and effective passing to hreak the
ICC scoring record against Butler at
Homecoming. This game was played
hefore an ICC record crowd of 17,700
, ,.7N ..
in the first game played in Ball State's
new stadium. Disappointment loomed
when hopes for the Crantland Rice
Bowl were shattered hy an upset pulled
off hy underdog St. joseph. The loss also
ended BSU 's unbeaten conference string
at 18 games. Although 17 Redbird stal-
warts will he graduating in june,
prospects look very good for the future
due to the strong undergraduate mem-
hers. Since withdrawing from the ICC,
has set its sights on more
opponents thus Stiffening
competition in the area of athletics.
ABOVE: Amos VrmPeIt and Doc Heath appear
confident as the Cards seek another victory.
BELOW LEFT: Tim Hostrawser and an op-
ponent grab for a pass. BELOW RIGHT: Dick
Lester is wide open to receive an intended pass.
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