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1952 MEN ' S The Men ' s Intramural Council supervised the fraternities and other groups in playing touch football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. These games are carried on in season throughout the year. At the end of the sea- son a trophy is given to the team who has been most outstanding in all sports. Game schedules, season rules, eligibility of players are set up by the council. Mem- bership of the council includes a representative from each partici- pating organization. Above: Kenny Jacox, Virgil Mvnnerlyn, George Marshall, Doug Peterson, Al Allord, and Vincent Pace. Modern Dance, Eh? One Hundred Four
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TRACK 1951-1952 This is the third edition of the Centenary track squad under coach " Buss " De- laney. Since his first year the cinder men have grown in squad strength from 6 to 16. Prospects for this year are brighter, for five lettermen are returning as well as one outstanding newcomer in Gene Pyburn. Pyburn holds the state high school record in the discus. Saturday, March 29 Tech and Mississippi College Ruston Saturday, April 5 Northwestern Relays Natchitoches Thursday, April 17 Northwestern-Tech-La. College . . . Natchitoches Friday, April 25 Southern State and Tech Ruston Saturday, May 10 Gulf States Conference Natchitoches Coach Delaney ' s lettermen are Stan Klepper, pole vault; Wimpy Wideman, dashes; Wally Baker, middle dis- tances; Bob Wright, discus; and Jim Whittler 440 and discus. There are 10 other men working out but their abilities will not be determined until the first meet. TMT ' m One Hundred Three
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INTRAMURALS The initial event in the Men ' s Intra- mural Sports League opened in the fall of 1951 with Touch Football. At the beginning of the season six teams were entered in the Touch Football league. As the season got underway, two of the teams dropped from the league and left Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha and Colonial Hall competing on the gridiron. The first round was won by the Lambda Chi ' s and the second round by the Kappa Sig ' s. These two teams played in the championship game with the Kappa Sig ' s edging out the Lambda Chi ' s 7-0 to walk off with the trophy. T he season of football was rough and exciting and drew large crowds of students to many games. The Basketball League of Men ' s Intra- murals got underway after the Christ- mas holidays. Six teams were en- tered and no teams dropped out. Those entered were Lambda Chi, Kappa Sig, Kappa Alpha, Colonial Hall, Bible and PEM Club. Outstanding players in the Basket- ball League were Ken Jacocks of Colonial Hall and John Sands of Kappa Alpha. One Hundred Five
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