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INTRAMURAL SPORTS INTRAMURAL Indiana ' s intramural sports program that dates iiack to the Fall of 1932 is under the supervision of Paul H. Boyts of the Geography Department. This feature of the Physical Education De- ])artment was developed in recognition of the need of athletic training for all future teachers. Assisting Mr. Boyts are four students — two senior managers and two assistant managers. Each manager serves two semesters after which he receives the intramural service award, the intramural jacket. The four managers this past year have been Markle DeMezza, Bill Lee, Fred Timm and Stanley Kochin. Each year three members of the sen- ior class who have been most active in intramurals and who pass the required test are awarded intramural jackets. Others are presented official intramural emblems or efiiciency awards. FOUL SHOOTING Buchanan, Moyer, McElhoes VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS Phi Sigma Pi SWIMMING TEAM BASKETBALL CHAMPS Y.M.C.J. 208
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Lejl to right: Boyts, Miller, De- Mezza, Prugh, Lee, Timmon s Realizing the importance and achisihility of athletic training for all future teachers, the Physical Education Department has developed one of the most compre- hensive intramural programs among the state teachers colleges of Pennsylvania. The Men ' s Intramural Committee grew out of the need for supervision and direction of intramural activi- ties. Two senior managers chosen by the Athletic Coun- cil assist Paul H. Boyts in furthering this work. Each is given an intramural service award, the intramural jacket. The chief aims of the program are: pro iding ath- letics for present enjoyment; teaching and training stu- dents in athletic activities; developing habits of good sportsmanship and fair play; understanding the game so as to get greater enjoyment from participating in and watching the game; preparing students to organize and promote intramural sports in the public schools. Approximately seventy-five per cent of the men en- rolled take part in intramurals although no awards are given for individual sports. Added to the program re- cently was an Intramural Sports Day. The Intramural Departments of California, Clarion, Indiana, and Slip- pery Rock have initiated plans to hold a quadrangular sports day. MEN ' S INTRAMURAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS Paul Boyts Robert Timmons Earl E. Prugh Markle DeMezza William I.ee George Miller THE 1941 OAK 207
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THE 1941 OAK SPECIALISTS The Travelers won the championship of the 1940 intramural softhall tourna- ment last Spring. Their victory marked the second consecutive year they have won the tourney. This year ' s volley- ball tourney was won by the Phi Sigma Pi fraternity combination. The annual basketball series saw the championship go to the Y.M.C.A. for the second consecutive year only after they defeated the Commuters ' cjuintet 23-22 in the last game of a three-game playoff. The foul-shooting contest resulted in a tie for first place between Leroy Moyer and Bill Buchanan, both of whom completed 41 out of 50. Con- stantino and McElhoes tied for second place with 40 out of 50. The 1941 Ping-Pong tournament was won by Clair Wagner. Lejl to right: Evanko warms up with the punching bag. On your mark . . . A couple ot medieval Knights Grunt and groan session Up in the air 1940 Softball champs 209
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