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the previous years. Constantly striving for a bigger and better intramurt
program, Tony Simone, proficient program manager, again guide
some six hundred male participants through another actiot
packed year. Through his assistants and officials Tony sought an
fought for integrity, competition, enioyment and success for th
intramurals. The increased participation in the 'I956-57 intramure
program is a tribute to the dynamic leadership of the diminutive directo
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organizations avidly seeking the championship won this ye:
by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, Tony's problems were many. . .
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The Reporters, intramural skiing champions,
kneeling Don Gaddis, Darm Penney, top, Al
Smith, Jerry Spencer.
Football champs, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, front
row, left to right: Bing Massie, Wayne White, Jim
DeVore, Craig Campbell, second row: Bob Keeney,
Ramsey MacDonald, Gary Breeze, and Lowell