Clipped From The Hays Daily News
FHS College Has Topnotch Physical Education Program Students at Fort Hays State college are never at a loss for recreational and physical education activity. The available facilities include two modem physical education fields, six concrete tennis courts, two gymnasiums, four s iftball fields, an indoor swimming pool, and use of the Fort Hays Country club nine-hole golf course. More than fifty per cent of the men and women at the i othge participate in one or more I I't. 1 - of the year round intramural program which includes thirteen team and individual sports. The Fort Hays State college department of health and physical education offers majors and minor in physical education for both men and women, with training for careers in teaching, coaching, recreational work, Y'.MCA, YWCA, public recreational work, and Scout organizations. The department also offers a minor in health, and pro-professional training for physiotherapy and nursing. The newly inaugurated nurses training program has an enthusiastic group of girls in training now. Paul B. (iross is chairman of the physical education department and head of men's physical education. Other faculty members are Miss Ruth Sevy, Miss Elizabeth Harbour, Alex Francis, Cade Suran and Ralph Huffman. A full time doctor and nurse and a well-equipped health office give Fort Hays State students excellent, medical service.