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Page 178 text:
Bottom of "S" to top - Patricia Trainer, Eleanor Ciaravine, Margaret Schnake, Ann Fay Loftus,
Rita Haas, Marjorie Chase, Shirley Aldridge, Ellen Weinheimer, Carol Small, Mary Harrington,
Joan Kinsly, Frances Starkey, Mary Ellen Duquette, Marion Owen, Betsey May, Gerald Martel.
THE fourth year of cheer leading at Buifalo State Finds the squad devising new
cheers and rejuvenating the old. It takes vocal power, physical prowess, and
loyalty to school and team to be numbered among the active of this organization.
Where the going is the hardest, there you will find the cheer leaders urging the
team on to final victory.
Leading the cheers at Psi Phi's
Page 177 text:
State 48 - 83 Rochester State 43 - 97 Brockport - 22 Oswego
State 48 - 47 Niagara
FOR the third year since its formation, Buffalo State's new track team took to the
field under the able direction of Coach Don Munson. As was to be expected,
with this excellent track coach at the helm, most of State's power came from the
cross-country team. Results like john Hill's double win in the l mile and W mile
events, Jack Foster's 2 mile victories at Rochester and Niagara meets, plus Walt
Roeder's new MZ mile track record in the Brockport - State - Oswego meet, prove
the point. In addition to these stars, victories such as Dick Allen's undefeated
high-jump season and Art Mamott's successful broad-jumping stint helped add
more glory to the records of this fledgling team. The weak side of this team was
displayed in the field events, however, the experience of the past three seasons is
hoped to prove itself when the team takes to the field again in the spring. The
highlight of the last season's trials was the Niagara meet in which the history of
the 1948 one-point victory repeated itself as the Orange and Black again
triumphed by a slim margin.
In addition to open-field track, State's ever-expanding athletic family is now
introducing, for the first time, indoor track which will be held at the Connecticut
First Row-Willard Morse, Paul Parinello, Allen Reed, Paul Ryan, Second Row-Milton
Conomos, Robert McQuaid, Leonard Zwick, Walter Roeder, Harold Allen, jack Hill, captain:
Art Mamott, jack Foster, Clifton Ifflander, Dick Coates, William Weber, Third Row-Virgil
Marco, manager, Steve Witter, Richard Clark, James Ballard, Eugene Martin, Kenneth Franklin,
George Doyle, Bruce Carter, james Wells, Lauren Keller, Willis Lamb, Edward Abrams, Mr.
Donald Munson, coach.
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Page 179 text:
FROM the first whistle in the fall, to the
last call of "You're out!" in the spring, the
girls at State engage in a well-rounded
sports program under the capable direction
of Miss Spaulding. Besides the usual gym-
nasium period, there is a program of after-
school sports. Arranged in a seasonal se-
quence, this program is accented the year-
round by archery, bowling, and swimming.
The girls meet in the gymnasium where
the teams are formed 'for a program of in-
tra-mural sports. Once the chosen captains
have picked a team, the game begins. One
team may challenge another to a game. If
this challenge is accepted, it is contested
at the next meeting of that sport. At the
end of the season, a play-off is held at which
the winning teams of each grou'p compete.
The winner of the play-offs in a particular
sport is declared champion. This same pro-
cedure holds true for soccer, volleyball, bas-
ketball, and baseball. In badminton, the
girls choose their partners and sign up for
matches. At the iirst meeting, the partners
draw numbers for places on the score lad-
der. Any pair may challenge above them-
selves, and play the match at the next
scheduled meeting of the sport. Play-offs
are also held for winning partners.
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