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KARATE Front row: Jody Salsilz, Slcphan Douglas. David Gcrslcl. Jini Bicncr. Conrad Van Ginkcl. Korachi Ota. Back row: Andy Itscobar. John Adams. Mike l-.dcli. Sieve Hytha. Les linkel, Gerhardi Rosier. Manuel Rodriguez. Lucien Mur- vn. ORIKNTKERIN(. From row: David Whiddon. Jeff Le»i». Brun AI»orth BmI row: Mary .Martha Armstrong. Marc Dcrrickion. Gewgu Talbol. Koenrud Voo Ginkcl. Chris Bri zolara. Barbara Conma Orienteering One of the more interesting but obscure clubs at Tulane is the Orienteering Club. The sport of orienteering combines skills used in scavenger hunts and hiking in intense competi- tion. Both recreational and competitive, the club is aclise in intercollegiate competitions throughout the South. In 1981. Tulane »as ranked sixteenth in the nation. This year, the club took several individual and team trophies. The Orienteering Club sponsored its first regional meet, at the Homochitto National Forest in Southern Mississippi. President Brian .Mworth and the other four- teen members of the club hope to improve (heir national ranking and also further expose the sport of orienteering to Tulane students. ( hcckinc b«iring% is r scnlia! in oricniccnng Gymnastics Vaulting its way to success, the Tulane gymnastics club. 20 members strong. provides an opportunity to sia in shape and learn new skills for gymnasts at all .ibilily levels. hile the club has no competition per c. they do perform at various sporting events throughout the year. For instance. the highlights of the 1982 season included a halflime show at the televised Tulane Florida State basketball game in February. The Gymnastics club wants to compete against other schools next year Accomplish- ing this, however, would take a good deal of patience and persistence on the part of the members of the Tulane Gymnastics Club. ilh Iocs poinird, Marjonc Forbc» performs on the mat. C. ' l. S|V ' s 139
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SOCCER Front row: John Peteis, Jim RufTer, George Williams, Marc Schwartz, Doug Ari, Robert Scharker, Larry Moser, Hugh Sharkey. Back row: Luigi Sanchez, Jim Goff, Jim Smith, Harold Ethrington, Sam Joiner, Buster Connelly, Bruce, Pat Sweeney, Sean Simmons, Peter Kettler, Billy Witz. Scuba The 45 members of the Tulane Scuba Club were proud recipients of the 1981 Friedrich Award for the most progress of any club sport. This was due mostly to the work of Founder President Treasurer Jon Able- mann, who also founded the Skeet and Trap Club. The scuba club, with all certified divers, travels to Florida, including places such as Fort Walton and Key Largo. The group has also explored the Crystal River in search of the rare Manatee. In its short existence, the Scuba Club has become enormously popular This is due a great deal to New Orleans ' proximity to the Gulf of Mexico. The club hopes in the near future to trav- el to the Caribbean and dive among the reefs there. After an extremely successful beginning, almost anything of that nature seems possible. Testing his vest, this scuba diver prepares to dive. Soccer Sliding into the ball, a possible goal is broken up by Tulane. 140 Club Sports
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