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UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Intercollegiate Athletic Council administets, sub- ject to all the University regulations relating thereto and to the jurisdiction of the General Faculty, the President, and the Board of Regents, all athletic games, meets, exhibitions, and contests, with other colleges or outside organizations; that is, all matters connected with the conduct of intercollegiate athletics and extramural sports except the enforcement of eligibility rules, which is within the control of the Faculty Committee on Intercol- legiate Athletics. These duties to the University make this group respon- sible for the scheduling of all games, hiring of coaches, and awarding of letters. That these duties are arduous is undebatable,- that they are efficiently administered is proved by the status of the University in the world of intercollegiate sport. The Athletic Council has developed from a small unit, a faculty committee, to one of the most important executive and administrative committee organs of the University. Professor W. E. Metzenthin is Director of Athletics and Chairman of the Council, a post which he has held for four years, hie and two other faculty representatives. Dr. A. E. Cooper and Dean V. I. Moore, are appointed by the President of the University. The Students ' Asso- ciation elects one member to the Council through its Assembly; student representative for this year is Hill FHodges, also President of The Students ' Association. Ralph Goeth is the representative of the Ex-Students ' W. E. METZENTHIN Chairman Association, which also is entitled to one representative on the Council. Ed Olle is Secretary and sits on the Council, although he has no vote. The Council maintains an office in Gregory Gymnasium under the management of Ed Olle, who also acts as busi- ness manager, for the transaction of all business. The staff includes Fred Schaffner, publicity director; Miss Alice Archer, office secretary; and George Harris, director of football ticket sales. M HODGES, COOPER, METZENTHIN, MOORE, GOETH, OLLE Page 193
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li CLYDE LITTLEFIELD Football and track coach CLYDE LITTLEFIELD, Football and Track Coach, con- cluded his long and successful ser- vice with the University, as football coach, in 1933. He remains in the post of head track coach. He inaugurated his coaching career at the University in 1920, filling the positions of freshman football coach and varsity track coach. In 1927 he was advanced from freshman to varsity football coach. He is the University ' s own prod- uct, having won twelve athletic awards while a student in football, basketball, and track. COACHING STAFF As football coach his record of two conference cham- pionships and two second places, in seven years is unequal- led in The Southwest Conference. As track coach his record is better, his teams having won seven crowns during his thirteen year regime. Many of his thinly clad lads have been placed on the national honor roll of track and field men. Recognized as an authority in track and football, he served on the Football National Rules Committee in 1932, and at present is treasurer and a member of the rules com- mittee of the National Track and Field Association. BILL JAMES, B. S., has been varsity line coach since 1926. He was one of the original " Praying Colonels " of Centre College, playing there with " Bo " McMillan and Matty Bell. In undergraduate days he was placed on the all-American eleven as tackle. He is to be made freshman football coach at the University next year. During his years of service as line coach he has developed such outstanding linemen as Gordon Brown, " Ox " Blanton, " Dutch " Baumgarten, and " Ox " Emerson. MARTIN " MARTY " KAROW, B. S. in ED., was an all- America n Fullback at Ohio State in 1926, and came to the University in 1927 as backfield and end coach. He remains in this post for the forthcoming year, and is also elected to varsity basketball coach for 1934. His other duties include the positions of boxing instructor in the Physical Training Department, and freshman basketball and baseball coach for 1933-34. BILL JAMES, Line coach STADIUM ENTRANCE MARTIN KAROW, Bdckfield coach, basketball coach-elect Page 194
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