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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
With some twenty-five fraternities, clubs, independent groups, an
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
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ach Pete Carlson happily welcomed back
terman Brian Goldsworthy, Jim Elsworth, Jim
gby, and Bob Lee to bolster the 1957 golf team.
ith these tried performers Coach Carlson
inbined newcomers A. J. Staples, Tippy Pearse,
b lrvine, Pete Ashton, Dennis Merback, and
1n Reese to build tremendously versatile link
pad. All season the Redskin linkmen displayed
-cold nerves and accurate timing that assisted
the eventual success of the squad. The Ute golfers
upped the first match to the experienced B.Y.U.
ksters and then roared back to trounce the
mtana Bobcats and carry the fine Ute
lf tradition through the following matches
th Utah State, B.Y.U., Montana and the conference
aet. The accomplishments of the foursome and
air replacements are a tribute to the
idership of Pete, their ambitious coach.
Top right, Tippy Pearse displays championship form
while putting on the green in front of Fort Douglas
Jim Rigby, versatile Redskin linkman, hits one "out
of the rough" for other members of the squad, left
to right, Jim Elsworth, Bob Lee, Tippy Pearse, and
Brian Goldsworthy gets set to tee off on a drive on
the sand iust beyond the 18th hole while squad
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embers of Kappa Sigma's outstanding swim team which copped
nors, front row, left to right: Charlie Galbo, Larry Gibb, Bill Rhead,
:ond row: Ray Blake, Elmer Newman, Neil Taylor, top row: Bob Cald-
-ll, Ken Carlson, and Fred Smolka.
igma Chi's volleyball winners, front row, left to right: Jerry Peterson, Jay
uclwig, second row: Blaine Curtis, Larry Folsom, Blaine Sylvester, back row:
ay Lambert, Don Kenyon, and Steve Jacobsen.
Richard Price displays championhip form which
won for him the intramural billiards crown.
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