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Kneelnii : Bruno, K ' lllen, Jamison Stiindhig: PriiiJh, Paul, Motovich, Matcjcvzk, Miller The Indians Tennis Season With approximately tvvcntv candi- dates out for the varsity tennis team. Coach Earl E. Prugh was ready for an ex ' ceptional season on the courts. In addition to three regulars from last year ' s team there were freshmen candi- dates who showed good form. Two additional matches this year made a total of seven. When weather per- mitted practice sessions were held on the College ' s new cou rts on College Avenue. Coach Prugh picked Killen, Matejcyzk, Bruno, Jamison, Moto- vich, and Paul on the hrsr squad. The first match scheduled with Blooms- burg had to he cancelled due to bad weather and poor court conditions. In their first match of the season the Indiana netters were trounced by the Mansfield tutors, 8-1, at Mansfield. In this match. Bob Killen, Indiana ' s number-one man, was the only win- ner for the Indians. In the singles, Matejczyk was defeated, 6-0 and 6-2; Bruno, 6-1 and 6-0; Jamison, 6-4 and 6-0; Motovich, 3-6, 6-3, and 6-1; and Ifert, 6-4 and 6-4. In doubles Matejczyk and Killen were defeated 6-2 and 6-1. The next match with Shippensburg saw the Indians win, 8-1. Bob Killen had very little trouble in defeating Stokes, and Captain Blair Matejczyk won over Rebok. The Indians took their second loss of the season in a closely fought match with the California Teachers, 5-4- The Redskins showed very good form in their second home match. Feature matches of the afternoon were between Indiana ' s Killen and California ' s Brenneman. Next the Indiana netters travelled to Pittsburgh to defeat Carnegie Tech, 6-3. The locals plaved some of their best tennis of the year on this day. Killen won, 6-2, 7-9, and 6-1; Matejczyk, 6-4 and 6-3; Bruno, 4-6, 9-7, and 6-2; Paul was defeated, 6-4 and 6-3; Motovich won, 8-6 and 6-4; and Jamison lost 4-6, 6-4, and 6-3. In the doubles Killen and Matejczyk won 6-2 and 6-1; Bruno and Paul, 6-3, 5-7, and 6-3; while Motovich and Jamison lost, 6-4 and 6-4. In the final match of the season the Indians went down before the rackets of the Panthers from the University of Pittsburgh, 5-4. In this match Matejczyk and Bruno won singles with Killen, Paul, Motovich, and Jamison suffering defeat. In the doubles Killen, Matejczyk and Jami- son, Motovich came through with wins. This season the Indians won two, lost three, and two were cancelled due to bad weather conditions. 138
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Kneeling: Hill, Penn, Zorena StanJitig: Prujjh, Harklcro.id, Wine, Hammer. Evanko, Marlcy, Chihon, Miller Kneeling: Chcnct, Ruthko, Lingcnfcltcr, Smith, Hrezo, Wici Dominick, Garbcr Standing: Miller, Orlosky, Bernabei, Mowry, Kneppcr, Lind: Lyons, V ' croni, DcFazio Boxing 1940 marked the introduction of boxing to the varsity sports program at Indiana. Earl E. Prugh acted as coach. Only one meet was scheduled, that being held here against the Lock Haven squad on February 10, and was won by Lock Haven, 4% to 3%. A tentative schedule for next year ' s box- ing includes matches with Temple, Western Maryland, Rutgers, Lock Haven, Michigan State, and Bucknell. Wrestling Wrestling took a definite stride to the foreground with the other varsity sports in 1940. Under the tutelage of Coach George Miller the Indiana mat- men showed excellent form. The In- dians lost to Lock Haven, the state champions, 3 to 33; beat Clarion in their second meet, 18-13; lost to Kent State, 3 to 33; and were beaten by Clarion in a return encounter, 16-13. Only those athletes earning their " I " in a major varsity sport are eli- gible for the Men ' s Varsity " I " Club. The club has set up a scholarship fund to aid athletes. This year the club sold refreshments at athletic events and sponsored an amateur show. The executive board consists of Ted Grundy, President; Chuck ZofFutto, Vice-President; Eugene DeMatt and S. Cicero, Secretaries; Robert Killen, Treasurer; and Robert Swanson, Chaplain. Mr. Miller, Sponsor, Mr. Boyts, and Mr. Timmons were advisers. Men ' s Varsity " I " Club
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Intramural Tennis Tournament ; The drawings tor the tournamenr have been made . . Arch- ery Tournament: I will challenge any contestant to twelve arrows at 20 yards . . . Freshman Field Hockey: Teams 2 and 3 pl;i - hockev this afternoon at 4:00 . . .
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