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|Paper||Brigham Young High School Student Newspapers|
v" Page Aug. 20, 1953 Yld Cat 4 Coaches Explain Sports Rules To High School Athletes School and desire to If you are to be a member of B. Y. High the following participate in athletics, be sure you understand Association. Activities School for eligibility of the Utah High DO YOU KNOW 1. No student is eligible who has reached the age of 19 at the beginning of the semester in which he is to participate? Notice to all Wildcat 2. If you have more than eight grid hopefuls: semesters of, school, you are inFootball equipment will be iss for athletics? sued Saturday, Aug. 29, at 9 a.m. eligible 3. No student may participate at the Stadium House. The first in interscholastic activities for be will session Monday, practice more than four seasons in any Aug. 31, at 5 p.m. Lets all make one activity? plans to be there and help get our 1953 season off to a good 4. No student can represent a start. high school if he has played for 2nd 671 is North an institution of a higher classiMy address to be I will Provo. fication? East, happy have any andor all of you drop 5. You must be enrolled before in for a little chat. the 11th day of the semester to See you soon, be eligible (with exceptions)? Coach Bushman 6. If you are ineligible one semester you may not compete the next semester until the work Manual Training of the second semester has startAdded to Schedule If semester ends on Friday, ed? s, you are not eligible until the This year an important change is being made at B. Y. High by iollowing week. 7. You must be an amateur? the addition of an industrial arts if you are a (You program separate from the shop have acceptedprofessional diremuneration new at the university. The shop for or playing indirectly rectly for B. Y. High students will be on an athletic team. housed in the building formerly 8. You must be passing in used by the book bindery just three-fourth- s of a regular high south of the Education building. load? school William E. McKell will instruct 9. No student changing from in industrial arts. This is another one funcY. B. to high school to another shall start High attempt be eligible to represent the lattioning as a separate and comter school until he has been in plete unit with sufficient equipment and facilities for the shop. attendance one full semester? (This does not apply to students Mr. McKell will teach four entering from Jr. High Schools.) classes, sufficient to cover both Exception: This does not apply junior and senior high school if the transfer is made necessary grades. by a change of residence of the By-Law- s Coach Bushman Calls Gridders imirTf Coach Don Snow is shown above with last years basketball Wildcats who perform in Alpine Division of Region Three. Review of Sports Year Shows High Spots of Last Season With the opening of school, fall athletic activities around the old Y gain their berth. Since the football team must be ready for their first game soon after the opening of the school year, they start practice In late August. In the 1952 season the fighting Wildcat team copped the Region 3 and Division championship titles, but barely lost as time ran out before the the state title to the Millard Eagles Cats were able to even the score, After an overwhelming first half when the score went against B.Y.U. HIGH them, the Cats returned a reSCHEDULE FOOTBALL. field the to team mop juvenated out with the Eagles, but time ran Sept. 11 Open. before the Cats could level the Sept. 18 Lehi at B. Y. High double TD lead racked up by (Night). the Millard squad. The spirit of at B. Y. 25 Springville Sept. the school was very low and yet High. very high for this was the first Oct. 2 Lincoln at B. Y. High. so done had Cats the year thdt Fork at B. Y. 9 American Oct. well on the gridiron. This year we High. are looking forward to a state Y. High at Spanish B. 16 the Oct. under squad championship Fork. coaching of Mr. Bushman. 23 B.Y. Wildcat Oct. the High at Payson. years Ir previous Y. High at Pleasant B. 30 Oct. have gathered really hoopsters Grove. in the honors by taking several in but state and titles, regional With the melting of the winter season it seemed that the snow and ending of a great basour fightluck just wasn,t with season comes a new inketball were hoping ing five. However, track. the earning season will prove terest for baseball anddiamond more profitable. Even though the Last spring the Wildcat Wildcat team didnt plac too squad proved its ability by downLions to cop the high, they still were a good, ing the Payson baseball Division Nebo Southern that fast team, hard fighting, made it plenty difficult for the title. With such great steps as were made over the last year opposition to score. Since last year was the first we are expecting a state chamthat the state Class B tourney pionship team this yedr. It seemed that the trend to was played off in Provo, and the take titles and championships Y was acting host, the school followed 8:00 through to the tennis schedule was changed to court. the BYU Invitational At to be to 12:30, which proved very Tennis Meet the Y and Track witness we could since exciting all the games. We certainly hope racket roster walked off with all that the tourney will return to the honors by taking both doubles and singles titles. Provo again this year. 13-1- 4 7-- 0 52-5- 3 -- Jr. High Officers To Plan Activities Careful planning this year will give Junior High' School student body officers a better chance to meet regularly. Possibly class time will be used for the meetings. Junior High government this year will include Lanny Britsch, president; John Swensen, vice president; Sandra Moulton, secretary; Merlynne Weight, social chairman. Also included will be business and publicity manager, reporter, and all junior high class presidents. This council will meet regularly to plan assemblies and social events for the Junior High school. parents. 10. The use of undue influence by any person connected or not connected with the school to secure or to retain a student or the parents of a student shall cause the studentto be ineligible? 11. You are not eligible if you have graduated from a four-yea- r high school or its equivalent? 12. You must have a physical exam before you are eligible for competition? 13. No student shall be eligible who, during the regular playing season or tournament season of that activity, plays with or is a member of any team other than his high school team? (This prohibits boys on high school teams from playing with industrial leagues, M Men, or outside teams.