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Fust rote: DeMezi, Lee, Leggin Second row: Prugh, Timnions, Boyts, Miller Third row: Zoren-i, Kolodv, McGrcw Men ' s Intramurals Recognizing the need of athletic training for all future teachers, the Physical Education Department has developed an intramural standing and comprehensive program among the teachers colleges of the state that ranks well among those of the nation. The direction and the supervision of intramural sports are placed in the hands of Mr. Paul H. Boyts. Assisting him are two senior managers and two assistant managers, chosen by the Athletics Committee. Each manager serves two semesters — one as an assistant and one as manager. Upon completion of his term he is given an intramural service award, the intramural jacket. The chief aims of the program as developed at Indiana are to teach and train students in athletics for after-school life; to develop habits of good sportsmanship and fair play; to ac- quire a knowledge of the rules and skills required to gain greater enjoyment in participation and observation; and to prepare stu- dents to organize and promote intramural sports in the public schools. To the three members of the senior class who have been most active in intramural athletics is presented the intramural jacket. This presentation is based on the point system. Any senior having more than 250 points is eligible to take the competitive examination on all four major sports — basketball, football, volleyball, and soft ball— that are presented by the intramural department. The three highest scorers on these tests are awarded jackets. To the others participating is presented the official intramural emblem or efficiency award. 144
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RIFLE CLUBBERS AND SPONSOR RIFLE TEAM LEFT To i.- Christy, Kellcy, Williams, Arnold, Groleau, Rishcl Boliom, loitfJ: Gass, Hayes, Opal, Hartley, O ' Hara St.Duliiii,: Zeltiier, McCalcb, Hamblen, Galneic CENTER Top: Enthusiastic group of skiiers and tobogganers crowd college bus for another trip to School Lodge. Borroni, hictliiif,: Lvnch, Williams, Nudge .V . m ;«i; James, Nicksick, Chambers, Arnold, Howe, McPhilimy, Lang KKiHT Top: Now, G.G., is that so bad for the weaker sex? Bottom: Trench-minded coeds. successful of women ' s sports. Over ninety enthusiastic players, represent- ing all the classes, divided into ten teams. The exciting games created keen rivalry and competition, as well as much clean fun and good physical activity for all. High standards of sportsmanship were stressed and achieved by all the groups. The rifle team, under the coach ing of Mr. G. G. Hill, consists of over 100 members, both boys and girls. A com- plete series of matches was formed which began in the latter part of March. Women ' s Intramurals 143
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iJL ' mmi Jh. tK..4 WINNING SOFTBALL TEAM First mu: Liebl, Stadtmillcr, Koozcr, Jamison, M. Cicero SicnriJ raw- DePaul, Lvdick, U ' ilHc, Zoffuto Third row: Wine, D. Swaugcr, C. Swaugcr BOXING TEAM First row: Marlcy, Evanko, Chihon, Miller, Prcvitc, Penn SeconJ row: Hill, Douglass, Hammer, Wine, Trimarchi, R. Pounds. Third row: Gnagv, Findlcy, Zorena. Harlcleroad, Kipchik, Stokes, Grandinett, Prugh WRESTLING TEAM K»« m Hrezo, Dominick, Garber, Orlosky, Bcrnabci, Lindsey, V ' croni Standing,: Kolodv, Wiesen, Mowry, Chcnct, Lingenfclter, Kncppcr, Warner, Lcggin WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM Kmeliag:}. Pounds, Jamison, Stadrmiller, Licbl Standing: Kearney, Wine, Walker, Duffy In the annual Inrranuiral Boxing Tournament Don Hammer, John Chihon, Bill Wine, Nick Kopchik, and Frank Evanko were winners in their respective weight classes. At the end of the regular softball league in 1939, the Travelers and the Cottagers were tied for first place, each with seven wins and one loss. In the play-ofF the Travelers won by a 9 to 3 score. In vollevball the Travelers won the championship with the Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity and the Phi Sigma Pi fraternity tied for second place. The Intramural Department last year introduced the marbles tourna- ment. In the last tourney Elmer Wareham defeated Meredith Liebl, former champion. Tennis was the first sport conducted bv the department this year. Jack Marley, a freshman, was victorious over James Stadtmiller in the final. In the annual foul-shooting contest, Lee Brant led the contestants with 44 perfect shots out of 50. Robert Killen was second with 43. 143
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