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I jfrns s l wir ■ ; ' W jrn s J« IPO-, RALS one with sore muscles until its art is mas- tered. During the spring weather it was pos- sible for the girls to practice their softball and volleyball outside, and the warm sun- shine was a temptation which lured some to the shuffleboard courts. The boys, under the guidance of Coach Schaal, for the most part have taken their exercises in the gym. All types of calisthen- ics as well as basketball and Victory laps were included in the program.
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untramuraL (council £E I is - ..- madf V " ■ ' ■ " T- ii .. ..;.--•• :• ' ■ - . ■ Rigby, Muslow, Coach Schaal, Alvord, Blaxton, Russ, Webb, Viosca, Gillespie, Babin, Mrs. Davidson, Bane . . . Hudson, Rollins, Robertson. INTRAMU The Intramural Council was formed last year to supervise an Intramural Program for the Centenary students, as all competitive sports were discontinued for the duration. The council consists of two boys and two girls from each class and one representative from each of the sororities and fraternities on the campus. Coach Schaal and Mrs. Davidson are the sponsors; however the actual supervision of the program was placed entirely in the hands of the students. Each class competes, as well as the individual students. Last year the first place winner was the sopho- more class, with a total of 389 points. Seniors came in second with a score of 335 points; juniors had 311 points and the frosh claimed 297 points. Suitable awards were given for individual competition also. The Intramural Program helps contribute to Centenary ' s aim of creating of every student a well-rounded individual ready to take his place in life by giving every student the chance to practice good sportsmanship and fairness in every game. Pictured on these two pages are some of the sports offered the men and women of Centenary through the Intramural Program. Horseback riding is offered under the direction of Mrs. Davidson and has proved quite popular, especially with the girls. Archery is perhaps the most graceful of all sports, though it too leaves
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