933.03  PERSONAL CONDUCT.
   (a)    No person shall conduct himself, by word or by act, in a riotous, disorderly, boisterous or other manner so as to disturb the peace and good order in a park.
   (b)    No participant or spectator of a sport in any Municipal sports program shall lay a hand upon, push, shove, strike or threaten to strike an official.
   (c)    No participant or spectator of a sport in any Municipal sports program shall refuse to abide by an official's decision.
   (d)    No participant or spectator shall heap personal verbal abuse upon any official.
   (e)    No participant shall use unnecessarily rough tactics in the play of the game against the person of an opposing player.
   (f)    No participant shall make objectionable demonstrations of dissent at an official's decision by throwing gloves, bats, personal equipment or by taking any other forceful or violent action.
   (g)    No participant or spectator shall use profane, obscene or vulgar language.
   (h)    No participant shall smoke on the playing field.
   (i)    No participant shall permit anyone to remain in the dugout or on the player's bench who is not a playing member of the team, a manager or a score keeper.
   (j)    No participant shall appear on the playing field in an intoxicated condition.
   (k)    No participant or spectator shall gamble upon any play or the outcome of a game.
   (l)    No person shall loiter in the vicinity of a rest room located in a park and no person shall enter facilities in a park provided for the exclusive use of the opposite sex.
   (m)    No person shall resist, obstruct or abuse a police officer in a park while such police officer is engaged in the lawful execution of his duties.
   (n)    No person shall make an indecent exposure of his or her person in a park.
   (o)    No person shall assault or threaten another in a menacing manner, or strike or wound another in a park.
(Ord. 22-74. Passed 5-20-74.)