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CLASSIFICATION CHART FOR BOYS’ ATHLETIC COUPS

Exponents based upon a three point system of height, age and weight.

Height Age Weight Sum of Under Under Exponent Exponents Under 50 in. 10 yrs. 60 lbs. 1 (6 or less) 51-53 11 yrs. 70 lbs. 2 Class B 54-55 12 yrs. 80 lbs. 3 (7 to 12) 5667 13 yrs. 86 lbs. 4 Class A 58-59 14 yrs. 95 lbs. 5 (13-18) 6061 15 yrs. 114 lbs. 6 Class B 62-63 16 yrs. 125 lbs. 7 (19-21) Junior 64-65 17 yrs. 137 lbs. 8 Class A 66-68 18 yrs. 145 lbs. 9 (2228) 69-72 19 yrs. 152 lbs. 10 Class B 73 plus 19 yrs. 165 lbs. 11 (29-33) Senior and over and over Class A Example: Villiam Jones is 54 inches tall, age 12 years and weight 70 pounds. Height 54 in. Exponent 8 Weight 70 lbs. ” 2 Age 12 years ” 3 Total 8 Classification Class A. Little Lodge John Brown is 68 inches tall, age 17 years and weighs 139 pounds. Height 68 in. Exponent 9 Age 17 years " 8 Weight 139 lbs. ” 9 Total 26 Classification Class B. Big Lodge

For girls: Get the sum of the exponents as above; then, in the Big Lodge, drop back one class. That is, a girl with 20 would fall into Class B of Juniors; 3 girl with 22 would be in Class A of Juniors, etc.

NOTE: For this chart, and for many of the athletic requirements for boys, we are indebted to Mr. Stephen M. Jessup, Assistant Supervisor, Physical Education, Los Angeles Public Schools.