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WOMEN ' S The Women ' s Intramurals opened its season in September with vol- leyball. Games were played every Wednesday evening with Chi Omega, Aufait, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta, and Independents participating. The Chi Omegas won the volleyball trophy. Basketball followed in January with Aufait girls copping the tro- phy. Came the spring and the young girl ' s fancy turned to Bad- minton, Ping Pong and Paddle Ball. The three sports were com- bined into one tournament with doubles, mixed doubles and sin- gles. With spring well on its way, the final intramural sport for women stepped in. Softball game ' s took up much of the activity of the spring with all the sororities and the independents fighting for the final trophy. The girls seem to take a great interest in the Wom- en ' s Intramurals and the program this year was a complete success. One Hundred Six
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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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INTRAMURALS Women ' s Intramural Activities are under the supervision of the Wom- en ' s Intramural Council. It is com- posed of a representative from each social organization and in- dependent groups. The sports are scheduled on an inter-sorority basis. Volleyball, badminton, bas- ketball, tennis, softball, pingpong, and paddle ball are played on a competitive basis. At right: Dot Gray, Ann Wesson, Betty McKay, Leah Bruno, Betty Lee and Maude Jeter Thornton. I ' ve got this one! Where ' s the hall? One Hundred Seven
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