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Page 203 text:
THE 1941 OAK iU ' ' t ' - ' First row: McKee, Harkleroad, Grundy, Smith, Bentz, O ' Toole Second row: M. Buchanan, Raub, W. Buchanan, Knepper, Cravener, Stokes Thirdrow: Timmons, Bergman, Fisher, Cjoldman, Hill, Snodgrass v! TRACK Track was revived in the spring of 1940 after a lapse of approximately ten years. Past track history at Indiana is one of marked success against outstanding teams in 1925- 1926. During these years the college was rej resented at the Penn Relays and was victorious in the Two-Mile Relay Race for Teachers Colleges of the United States. Thirty-five men answered Coach Timmons ' call for track candidates last spring. Fifteen of these reporting candidates held no previous track experience. DaiK ' workouts were con- ducted on an informal basis with plans of i:)utting track on a varsity basis this year. Eliminations were held last ]May in order to round out a squad to represent Indiana at the Tri-State Inter-Collegiate track meet at Geneva College, where the Timmons-tutored boys made a good showing despite the handicaps connected with an initial season. Events open to candidates were: 100, 220, 440, half-mile, mile, and two-mile runs; low and high hurdles; javelin thrown weights, pole vault, discus throw, and relay team. More emphasis is to be placed on track in coming years. MEMBERS Snyder M. Buchanan W. Buchanan J. Smith O ' Toole Knepper Cravener Bergman Stokes Raab Snodgrass Bovie 201
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VARSITY SPORTS Kneeling: Jamison, Motovich, Hogg, Garber Slanding: Bruno, Killcn, Marley, Prugh TENNIS SEASON RECORD Indiana . . H Shippensbiirg . . 1 Indiana . . S Duquesne 1 Indiana . .9 St. ' incent Indiana . . 7 California 2 Indiana, .f) Clarion Indiana.. 8 Slippery Rock . . 1 Indiana. .?• Pitt f Coach Prugh ' s 1940 tennis squad experienced its most successful season since tennis was made a varsity sport in 1934. The squad was victorious in six of its seven matches while inclement weather forced cancella- tions with Mansfield, Lock Haven, and Bloomsburg. The team showed four veterans, Killen, Bruno, jMotovich, and Jamison, aided by Garber, Marle -, and Hogg. ] Iarle ' and Garber were standouts as they won e erv one of their matches. Marley went one step better by completing the season without losing a single set. The court season ojjened at Shippensburg where the Indians took their initial scalp, 8-1. Duquesne Univer- sity was the second •ictim, 8-1. St. ' incent College and California Teachers were next, 9-0 and 7-2, respectively. Clarion went down for the fifth straight triumph, 6-0. Slippery Rock lost 8-1 for the first home match. The Pitt Panthers marred a perfect sea.son in a match that had been postponed earlier in the season. Marle - and Garber won the singles and Hogg- Jamison took the doubles but the score ended in Pitt ' s favor, 6-3. 200
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Lejl to right: Balionis, Chihon, Sybinsky, Carrer, Zorena Lejt to right: Terchila, Kelly, Nudge, Hamlen, Arnold, Rishel MEN ' S VARSITY " I " CLUB The Men ' s X ' arsity " I " Clul) consists of members having earned their •arsity letter in any one of the major sports at Indiana. Two of the main purposes of the club are to provide loans for its athletes and to foster goodwill with our visiting opponents. The club also had many social contacts dur- ing the year. At a winter outing held at the School Lodge, eleven faculty members were initiated as honorary members of the chili. As a finale for the season, the chili sponsored a " ' arsitv ' audeville Show. " WOMEN ' S VARSITY ' T ' CLUB The Women ' s Varsity " I " Club consists of girls who have earned 1000 points by active participation in the Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation. It Is recognized as an honorary ath- letic association. The three-fold purpose of the organization is to continue social contacts with all girls in- terested in athletics, to further the athletic program, and to retain ideals and enjoyment in athletic participation. The Women ' s Varsit}- " I " collaborates with the Women ' s Athletic Association in staging the annual play day. 202
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