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Print E-mail Letter to the editor. I f the walls of the Intramural Sports Building could speak, I guarantee they would have a few words to say about a certain men's water polo club that meets in its pool every week. I know I do. My story of the water polo club is not meant to elicit sympathy or repulse you to the point that you refuse to swim in the IM Building's pool ever again. Instead, it is my intention to simply inform you of a long standing tradition at the pool - a tradition whose existence I know you will second-guess. This water polo club is that weird. I had worked as a lifeguard for the Department of Recreational Sports at the University for three semesters before signing up for the Friday afternoon shift at the IMSB pool during the spring semester. The three semesters had been fairly typical of most lifeguard jobs involving a couple bloody noses and a few instances of helping to apply flippers to an elderly man's feet. The semesters were nothing short of ordinary. The club calls itself the Flounders.