University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1931

Page 180 of 340

 

University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 180 of 340
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Page 180 text:

CAI T. OCNK MAl'CMt CojiA W 11,1,1R OMITT Ciplain ROIIKHT SKACliK Mnnoxer POLO Tllli record made by this year's Wildcat Polo Pour is undoubtedly the most outstanding ever made by any group of Red and Hlue athletic representatives. Not only has the Smith. Dritt, Krown, and Wilson or Spicer combination scored an average of four goals to every one registered by their opponents, but by so completely outclassing their collegiate, army, and civilian adversaries the Arizonans have been classified by the ex| erts as one of the most formidable teams in the entire country. Captain ('cue K. Manger. j olo mentor, has given the university the benefit of many years' experience gained during his service in the regular army in all parts of the United States and in the Philippines. The Wildcats cinched a clear claim to the Western and Pacific Southwestern polo titles VARSITY 1 01.0 TEAM Mauser, Smith, Itrltl, llrown, Wilton, Spicer One humlml t» n««ily

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 (Hrl ‘ Advanced Equitation Class CO-ED EQUITATION THE University of Arizona, due to its use of the horses of the R. O. T. C. unit, has. since 1922, been able to offer to girls enrolled in that institution the opportunity to take courses in horsemanship. These courses which are taught by regular army officers, give the latest methods of horseshow, cross country, and park riding. Out of these classes a number of young ladies have been graduated with sufficient experience to be classified as com| e-tent instructors for girls summer camps. Out of the interest in riding has grown the ladies' honorary riding club, known as the " Desert Riders.” This group consists of selected students from the advanced riding classes and from the graduates of former classes. This has added much background to the activity. A basic course is provided for beginners and an advanced class for the more finished riders Women’s equitation, since its inception, has been under the direction of Miss Ina Gittings. Director of the Women's Physical Education Department. Miss Gittings was one of the early graduates of the women's riding classes. At present she is also the sponsor of the “ Desert Riders." •" - - a Vvmfi « v-. Carin' lluoc Equitation Class One llUlKlfeJ »i l)'-riinr D€ K-fiT



Page 181 text:

ItlSSELI. SIMUEII IliirV LEWIS II HOW N No. 3 I.KON'ARI) SMITH No I by taking one-sided victories from New Mexico Military Institute. University of Oklahoma, and Stanford L niversity. Among the army ami civilian teams vanquished by the rizona mal-Ictmcn arc the Wl-Star Officers, Hollywood Polo and Hunt Club, Kighth Cavalry Officers, and the Tenth Cavalry team. The Wildcats suffered defeats at the hands of the crack Seventh Cavalry team in a two-game series played late in the season. Coach Mauger and six players left Tucson during the latter part of May on an extensive tour of the east, where they will meet a numl er of leading collegiate and civilian teams of that section. The Wildcat schedule includes games with I’niversity of Oklahoma, Ohio State Uni versity, Columbus I’olo Club. Kansas City I’olo and Hunt Club, W est Point Military Academy, and Yale University. EHOSII POLO TEAM 8b«rbourn -. Vow, Fonlti. Kflltf, Uc.»l Oiic hundred tcrenly-on D€ K-fiT

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