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Mac Cole iiiakps a key interreptioii for the Gray t?am in
a scrimmage game against tlie Green team last week.
Tlie intramurai football program got into full swing this
week with regularly s.fheduled games.
in a single game played Tues-
day afternoon the Gold team de
feated the Red team by a 12
to 7 margin. Play was dominated
in the early stages of the game
by the gold. The red team came
on strong in the second half
and scored on the final play of
the game on a pass to Benny
Brockwell, who played an out
standing game. Contributing hea
vily to the success of the Gold
team was Duke Carr who broke
up several passes in playing a
fine defensive game.
The most unusual play of the
game was made by Norwood Mad-
dry playing on the Red defensive
team, Norwood in the confusion
of the game was leading offen-
sive interference for the Gold
team ball carrier. This play
brought a number of interesting
remarks and cheers from the
LAST MINUTE RESULTS
In games played Wednesday
afternoon, the Green team
squeaked by the Red team with
a touchdown in the last 25 sec
onds of the game, and the Blue
and Gray teams played to 13
to 13 tie.
.'The Blue team won the game
in a sudden death playoff.
To Be Formed
Coach Rufus Hackney would
like for all students interested
in competing on the St. Andrews
bowling team to come to the
gymnasium Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock. The team will com
pete by wire with other south-
eastern schools. If successful,
the bowlers will travel to At
lanta to compete for regional
and national honors. The sched-
ule wiU include a number of
the larger colleges and universi-
The Recreation Center located
in the temporary gymnasium,
popularly referred to as the “Tin
Can” by students, is now open
Monday through Friday from 4:00
until 10:3Q and on Saturday from
1:30 until* 10:30, Equipment is
available for table tennis, bridge,
shuffle board, chess, checkers,
monopoly, and many other games.
A Juke box set for five cents
per play is available for listen,
ing and dancing. Pool tables are
anticipated in the near future.
All students are encouraged to
take advantage of this facility.
The Cabinet announces ap
pointment of Marjorie Rehm
as Senior Class President.
roach .liin Ollis appears to
liavo Ills seasons crossed ;is
'I'HK liANCE photograpJier
caught him in the process
of measuring out ihe
school baseball diamond.
The new field, which will
be ready for play in the
spri ng, is thp result of a
i^ieat deal of work bv
LAURINBURG N. C.
Monday was the first official day
of the Intramural Football here.
The two games played Monday
had the Gray vs. Gold and the Green
vs. Blue. The Gray and Green
teams emerged as victors.
The Gray beat the Gold team by
a score of 19-0. The most out
standing feaure of this game was
the change in playing of boths
teams after the half. During the it
first half, the Gold team domi--
nated practically the entire play;i.f
they constantly stayed in scoring
position. The second half was a
different story. The Gray team
started to drive toward the goal
and scored on apass to Tim Leo
nard. This gave them the winning
touchdown and they coasted on to
In what was a great defensive
game, the Green team edged out the
Blue with an 8 - 0 score. Both of the
teams’ defenses looked good with
the Green defense doing the only
scoring. Jack Cole picked off a Blue
pass and threw it to Greer for the
touchdown. The extra point was no
good. The other score came when
Xan Law broke into the Blueback-
field to knock down a pass which
gave the Green an 8-0 lead.
BY COURTNEY SHIVES
Two new sports, cross country'
and soccer, have been added to the
growing St. Andrews athletic pro
gram this fall. Cross country is a
distance event run over various
terrain of not less than two nor
more than three miles. Soccer,
while predominantly a European
and Latin American game, has re
cently been growing in popularity
in the U. S..
Chang-II Chee of the political sci
ence department is coaching the
soccer team which held its first
tryout Tuesday. Sixteen students
were present for the initial meet
ing to organize a team.
Students interested in cross coun
try or soccer should contact either
Coach Hackney or Mr. Chee.
invite YOU TO watch Them ei^'oy
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