The men's and women's recreational Representatives are elected officers of th e student body . These Representatives, with the counsel of the school's Ath le tic Director, plan and arrange for recreational trips to ci ty playgrounds and for the competitive sports : men's basketball, football, and baseball; and women's basketball and softball. Twice each year, fall and spring, the Student Body arranges for an evening of Open House at which time the friends of the school and especiall y pros­ pective students are invited to tour the buildings and become acquainted with the d etails of school li fe .


The Student Body sponsors two student publications: a bi-weekly news­ paper, the BIOLA CHIMES, and a yearbook, the BIOLAN. These serve to keep a record of school life, to interest young people in the College as a place of healthy activity, and to inform the friends of the school of items of current interest. KING'S DAUGHTERS AND BIOLA MEN The women of the school are bound together in spiritual fellowship as daughters of the King. The King's Daughters, the women's organization, ex­ ists for the purpose of promoting fe llowship and friendship. To this encl th ey plan various means of getting acquainted, and conduct an evening meeting once a month. The corresponding organization for the men of the school is known as Biola Men. Their program is similar to that of the King's Daughters. ATHLETICS Intercollegiate athletics at Biola College provide men and women with interest and ability in athletics an opportunity to compete with other insti ­ tutions of higher education whose size and ath letic policies are similar. Intercollegiate competiti on for men is conducted in the following sports : baseball, basketball, cross-country, soccer, tennis, track and field. Women compete with other colleges in basketball and softball. Intramural activit ies are organized in both team and individual sports for men and women who do not have the interest, ability, or time for varsity teams, but who desire well planned physical act ivity and sports competition. FORENSICS Biola College is an active member of the Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensic Association. The Biola forensic squad regularly attends the inter­ collegiate speech tournaments sponsored by this organization. In addition, students also represent Biola College in other major tournaments throughout the Western States. For the benefit of the entire student body, an intramural speech tourna­ ment is held in the spring of each year.


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