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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPORTS FOR FALL:

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ootball, Track, Cross Country Head Program

By CHUCK KOZOLL
'ootball, track and cross country
d the list of sports offered by
Michigan intramural sports de-
tment during the fall season.
eginning Sept. 29th, teams in
residence hall, social and pro-
ional fraternity and independ-
leagues will play their touch
tball games at Ferry and Wines
ds.
o allow more participation in
games, the residence halls and
al fraternities are divided into

"A" and "B" leagues with different
schedules. Squads representing the
various houses in South, East and
West Quads will battle on Monday
and Wednesday to dethrone de-
fending champion Reeves house
which captured both the "A" and
"B" titles last year.
Taking over on Tuesday and
Thursday, social fraternities will
aim for the trophies held by "A"
champion Phi Delta Theta and
"B" winner, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Pro fraternities will call signals

on Thursdays with Nu Sigma Nu
reigning as champion.
Independent Group
For those not connected with
any of the above groups, the in-
dependent league enables partici-
pation in the fall sport. Anyone
interested in organizing a team
can obtain full information by
contacting the I-M building at
NOrmandy 3-4181.
Organizational meetings for all
groups are scheduled for Wednes-
day, Sept. 24. Residence halls will

meet in the Quad while the social
and pro fraternities and independ-
ents will gather at 7:30 p.m. in
the I-M building.
Need Officials
Individuals interested in offi-
ciating can also contact the I-M
staff for full information.
Soccer highlights the start of
the International League fall sport
program, with kicking contests set
to begin on Oct. 12. Information
is available through the I-M staff.
Residence halls and social fra-

LL-CAMPUS TOURNAMENTS:
I-M Department Offers Individual Competition

ternity groups will occupy the Wol-
verine cinder paths on Oct. 7th
and 8th, respectively for the fall
track and field meet. Gomberg
and Phi Delta Theta will defend
their 1957 titles as the all-year
competition begins.
Cross country runners invade
the Michigan golf course on Oct.
16 for the annual all-campus cross
country meet. The romp is open to
all runners with the residence halls
and social fraternities entering
teams.
Building Facilities
Open use, of the I-M buildings
many facilities for other sports is
available to all Michigan men stu-
dents from 8 a.m. through 7 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, with
activities stopping at 6:30 p.m. The
building is also open on Saturday
morning from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
with the swimming pool filled from
2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to
Friday.
Women students can take ad-
vantage'of the facilities on Friday
nights from 7:30 to 10:30, be-
ginning Oct. 10th, during the co-
recreation program.

Michigan's intramural sports de-
artment proudly points out each
ar that its 30-sport program is
ie most versatile of any such de-
artment in the country.
Besides the many team events,
iere are also a great many All-
ampus Tournaments for individ.
a1 competition. Following is the

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list of tournaments held in the
different seasons.
FALL
Twenty-One
Cross Country
Handball (singles)
Paddleba-ll (singles)
HAndbail (doubles)
WINTER
Badminton (singles)

Badminton (doubles)
Paddlebali (doubles)
Table Tennis (singles)
Squash
Codeball (singles)
Codeball (doubles)
Bowling
Diving
Wrestling
Boxing
Fencing
Gymnastics

Weight Lifting
Foul Throwing
Sigma Delta Psi
SPRING
Archery
Riflery
Lacrosse
Life Saving
Tennis
Horseshoes
Golf

SOCCER ACTION-Members of the International League soccer teams battle on Wines Field in a
game last fall. This is one of the many fall sports under the I-M program.

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