SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Where To Ski in the UP
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Dashing through the snow on a one-man driven tray, O'er the arb they go,.laughing all the way ...'.
Happy-go-lucky students take a little time off from their studies to go sledding in the Arboretum.
What better way to spend a carefree winter day and enjoy the first snowfall of the year.
We invite you all to f ild
Your perfect gift for friends<
and family at the
JOHN LEIDY SHOP.f
We will gift wrap
and mail for you, too..
John Leidy Shop
601 and 607 E. Liberty St.
NO 8-6779 Ann Arbor
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In the Snow
"Over the ground lies a mantle
of white, a heaven of diamonds
shines down through the night"
. . . and so it goes. Michigan is
known as the "Water-Winter Won-
derland", b u t from December
through February, Winter Won-
derland,-best describes our "mitten
state". And what fun it is!
Winter! Brisk winds that bring
rosy cheeks, well packed snow that
crunches underfoot, and a white,
white world that is all around.
This is a good description, but it
doesn't tell half the fun y.u can
have in it! Besides the many po-
pular sports, there are also the un-
premeditated, spontaneous, abso-
lutely goofy things which snake
snow so much fun.
Like a snowball fight (guys
against gals, naturally!) Although
you might get your face washed
down your neck, you're bound to
have a great time! Or how about
traying? The hills around the,
(campus provide the place, all you
have to do is provide the tray
places-the method of getting one
is up to you!)
If you want to find a more quiet
side of winter, a walk in the Arb
will provide the atmosphere. Here,
you seem to forget the thousands
of other students who are also a
part of Michigan among the shel-
tering trees topped with white rnd
the vastness of the open field,.
No matter if you prefer the zany
side or the quiet part, or both, Mi-
chigan is a Winter Wonderland,
and winter provides the opportun-
ities to let yourself go. So go
ahead! Enjoy winter-the season
comes but once a year.
The Michigan Daily
Student Book Service
1215 S. University
MONT RIPLEY: Open Daily.
Houghton-Hancock. Open slopes,
2,000 ft. 1 T-bar; rope tows. Cha-
let. Instruction. Rental equipment
and repair. Snow grooming equip-
ment. Snacks. Phone 482-9819 or
482-1600 Ext. 365. (Area code 906.)
PORCUPINE MOUNTAIN: Open:
daily. 17 miles west of Ontonagon.
6 slopes, 2,800-4,300 ft. Double T-
bar lift; 4 tows. 1% mile cross-
country run. Rental ski equip-
ment. Meals. Phone Park Hdqtrs:
884-4296; Ski chalet; 884-4490,
(Area code 906).
MT. ZION: Ironwood. Four 1,-
200-ft. slopes; 2 downhill and 2
slalom. 1 tow with breakoff. To-
bogganing. Ski equpment and to-
boggan rentals. Instruction. Open
Tues. and Thurs. nights and week-
ends. Snacks. Phone Ironwood 561-
9983 (Area code 715).
B I G POWDERHORN: Open
Daily. 3 miles NW of Bessemer
and miles NE of Ironwood on US-
2. 14 slopes, lowest 1 mile; begin-
ner,.novice, intermediate and ex-
pert trails. 2 double-chair lifts, 1
T-bar and 2 rope tows. Snow
Rathskeller bar. Courtesy trans-
i n g r o o m, cafeteria, cocktail
lounge. Dancing. New ski shop, ski
rental, first aid room, Ski school.
Rathskeller bar. oCurtesy trans-
portation to and from area. Air-
port 1 mile. Phone 932-4838 (Area
INDIANHEAD MOUNTAIN: Op-
en daily. 9 niles east of Ironwood,
north of US-2 between Bessemer
and Wakefield. 9 runs; 3 slopes,
3,000-5,000 ft. Triple chair lift;
double chair lift; 2 T-bars; 2 rope
tows. Snow making equipment. Ski
shop, rental equipment and in-
structions. Snacks, meals. 64 rooms
and heated pool. P.O. Box 86, Bes-
semer. Phone Wakefield 224-1311,
nights 224-8501. (Area Code 906).
BRULE MOUNTAIN: Open Dai-
ly 7 miles southwest of Iron-Riv-
er, between M-189 and M-73 along
the Brule River, 6 slopes, 4,000 ft.
T-bar lift; 4 tows; chair lift.
Cross-country trails. Snow making
equipment. Rental equipment and
instruction. Chalet with lunch-
room. Phone 265-4957. (Area Code
ULLR, campus ski club, offers!
many exciting ski trips and
memorable experiences for ski
The club, with a membership
of 150, meets 7 p.m. Tuesdays in
the Union. You can join at any
meeting for $4. Movies of profes-
sional skiers and slides are fea-
tured at meetings.
Weather permitting, the club
takes weekly trips on Thursday
nights to Mt. Brighton, only half-
hour from here.
A special Ski Night at Mt. Holly
will be held Jan. 13, with skiers
leaving from the Union at 5:30
p.m. It costs $1.50 for tow and $2
for rental. Those interested should
sign up at the Jan. 10 meeting.
Weekend trips include Iraquois
Mt. in the Upper Peninsula, Jan.
20. A trip to Boyne on Feb. 3,
Multi-College Ski Week, includes
an all college party Saturday
night. On Feb. 17 the club travels
to Manistee to ski - Big M. The
cost for each of these trips will
be $25 which includes transpor-
tation, food, lodging and skiing.
Weather permitting, one or two
additional trips to the Boyne area
will be included in the club's in-
tensive ski program.
For the first time this year
UILLR'ishproviding a ski school.
Two hours at the start of all ski
trips will be allotted for teaching
all levels of skiing. Teachers will
be advanced ski club members.
The service is free to all ski club
A fashion show on Jan. 17 will
be presented by ULLR. It will- be
open to all campus at free ad-
mission. The ski fashions provided
by Dave's Ski Shop will be model-
ed by club members.
CRYSTELLA SKI HILL: At
Crystal Falls, off US-2. Several
slopes. 2 tows. Junior jump. Night
skiing and skating. Tobogganing.
Phone 875-4480. (Area Code 906).
PINE MOUNTAIN: Open Daily.
At Iron Mountain. 12 slopes and
trails. 2 double chair lifts. SnowI
making equipment, 3 slopes; 450-1
1,000 ft. 3 tows; Junior jumping
hills. Cross-country course. To-
boggan run. Night skiing. Snow-
mobile trails. Snacks. National Ski
Hall of Fame, National Ski Muse-
um and Suicide Hill Ski Jump lo-I
cated here. Phone Chamber ofI
122 E. Washington
Only 18 Shoppir
Commerce 486-4841 tArea Code
CLIFFS RIDGE SKI RESORT:,
Open Daily. Within Marquette
city limits on county road 553. 6
slopes, 500-5,300 ft. 2 T-bar lifts;
2 tows. Snow making and snow
grooming equipment. Ski shop,
school and rental equipment. Cha-
let lounge; meals. Phone 225-0486
(Area Code 906).
GLADSTONE SKI PARK: 3
miles northwest of Gladstone. Sev-
eral slopes. 4 tows. Night skiing.
Snacks. Phone 428-9646 (Area
On an early morning trip down the slopes, shushing through
the powder can be fun.
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Whether you'll be skiing this winter, swimming
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fun, be sure to look for us. We'll be delighted to
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