Tied to be Fit

Sept. 25, 1961
Sept. 25, 1961

Table of Contents
Sept. 25, 1961

End Of AAU
Who Made Me
Pro Football 1961 Preview
Horse Racing
College Football
Before The Mast
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Tied to be Fit

This looks like a fraternity initiation thought up by an entrance committee that wanted to keep its membership to a minimum. Actually, it is a survival exercise for Peace Corps volunteers. Besides learning how to be ingratiating in foreign lands, corpsmen are given training in "drownproofing," a course devised by Fred Lanoue of Georgia Tech. The swimmer-slowly bobs with a minimum of movement, releasing breath just before he emerges, then sucking in more air at the top. If he manages this, he can look forward to having his feet tied as well as his hands.

This is an article from the Sept. 25, 1961 issue