THE SPIRIT AND MUSCLES OF AMATEURS

May 29, 1955

Among many followers of sport the word "amateur" implies a halfhearted performance—the greatest homage to be paid to an athlete is, "He plays like an old pro." Upholding the high standards of amateurs here are undergraduates at the University of Indiana who staged "The Little 500" bicycle race (won by South Cottage Grove team) for the benefit of the scholarship fund and 71 volleyball teams which traveled to Norman, Okla. to settle the national championships (Stockton, Calif. won the men's title, Santa Monica the women's). Simple trophies were the only rewards but no pros ever played harder or received more rabid support.

PHOTOEXUBERANT INDIANA COED SHOWS ENTHUSIASM OF COLLEGE CROWD AT BLOOMINGTON BIKE RACE PHOTOPAT BEARER OF CHAMPION SANTA MONICA MARINERS RETURNS BALL PHOTOWICHITA PLAYERS DEFEND AGAINST NEW ORLEANS' SAL CASTIGLIOLA
PHOTOUSING STOCK BICYCLES WITH RACING HANDLEBARS AND SEATS. INDIANA UNIVERSITY MEN HEAD FOR TURN IN 50-MILE RACE AT BLOOMINGTON

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)