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WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL The council, which supervises the activities oi the Women ' s Intramurals, is composed of representatives horn each social organization and independent group on the campus. The oilicers are: President, Leah Bruno; Vice President, Maude Jeter Thornton; Secretary, Dorothy Jarriel; Reporter, Jo Ann Sherrod. _ llllltlitilii Swimming Badminton One Hundred Fifty-eight
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Men ' s Intramural Council: Wishy Nolan, Rupert Thorn, ]ohn Ray Lee, Bunk Francis, Byron Roberts and Coach Glenn Smith. The 1953 Basketball Season got underway after the football season ended with Lambda Chi Alpha winning the league. The basketball teams entered were: Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, Lambda Chi, Woodlawn, Colonial and Faculty, and the Grasscutters. The first team All-Stars were: Vernon Sanders, John Ray Lee, Al Smith, Ira Simpson, and Kenny Jacocks. Ed Jolley, Nubbin McAdams, Glenn Smith, R. F. Gates, and Chuck Freneaux made up the second team, while Cecil Lloyd, Joe Hanberry, Phil Risher, Larry Cooney, and Bill Grammer got Honorable Mention. Colonial Hall won the volley ball with a 5-0 record. Kappa Sigma won second with 4-1. The other runner-ups were Kappa Alpha, Lambda Chi, Woodlawn, and the Grasscutters. The Softball has 8 teams entered in this year ' s organization. They are: Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi, Woodlawn, Bible, Faculty, Colonial, and the Grasscutters. Louis Blankenbaker making a long run in a game between Colonial and Woodlawn. One Hundred Fifty-seven
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Women ' s Intramurals Basketball The Women ' s Intramurals opened its season in September with vol- leyball. Games were played every Wednesday night. Again this year the Chi Omegas won the volleyball trophy. When Basket- ball season began, each organi- zation showed great enthusiasm. Throughout the double round robin the girls of Aufait won all of their games thus the hard-earned tro- phy became theirs. Spring and time for the big tournament com- posed of Badminton, Ping Pong and Paddle Ball. Singles, doubles and mixed doubles brought fun and enjoyment to the entire stu- dent body. Swimming followed and each girl dashed out to show her aquatic ability. The final in- tramural sport of softball brought the participants out into the spring sunshine to fight for the final tro- phy. The girls seem to take a great interest in the Women ' s In- tramurals and the program this year was a complete success. The pictures that appear on these two pages are action shots taken of the various activities of Women ' s Intramurals. Volleyball Paddle Ball One Hundred Fifty-nint
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