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Page Eight - THE MICHIGAN DAILY
U of M Students for HART
need your help for a
This is the political work that gets votes!
COME TO THE SAB LOBBY
Either FRIDAY, SEPT. 25 at 7:00 P.M.
or SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 at 11:00 A.M.
Call 761-8825 for more info
UNION BILLIARD ROOM
Icy lakes cannot stop
What has seven heads and plays with blocks? A super-schizo
gorgon? The Arizona defensive line? A university President??? Why,
it might even be all of the above; but who cares.
David Dunham of 2305 Parkwood doesn't care (good .party,
Dave?) because he blasted far ahead .of the pack to take home the
pizza in this past weekend's Gridde Pickings.
He used his head. The rest of you will have to spend a hungry
week playing with blocks.
Come to think of it, isn't there a block player in the Michigan
band? Whatever. This week we've prepared a scrumptious menu of
gridiron goodies, guaranteed to garnish the gut of even the most
The prize for the deepest probe into the slimy deep hole of the
unknown will, as usual, be a pizza from Cottage Inn, so get those
entries here by Friday midnight, or all of the above.
Table Tennis 50c
9 A;M.-Noon Mon.-Sat.
I P.M.- 6 P.M. Sunday'
7:30-9 P.M. Sept. 30
1. MICHIGAN at Washington
2. Northwestern at UCLA"
3. Purdue at Notre Dame
4. Texas A&M at Ohio State
5. Washington State at Michigan,
Southern California at Iowa'
Texas Christian at Wisconsin
Ohio U. at P4nnesota.
Tulane at Illinois
Indiana at California
Penn State at Colorado,
Air Force at Missouri:.
Oregon State at Oklahoma'
Connecticut at Yale
Florida at Alabama
Tennessee at Auburn
New Mexico State at Southern
Kansas at Syracuse
Rutgers at Princeton
Lebanon Valley at Dickinson
By RUSS MONAHAN
Fall may not seem to be the
time to join a sailing club, but
the one organized here makes it
Sailing will be in session until
the ice makes it difficult at Base
Line Lake, home of the organiza-
tion. Then, o v e r on Whitmore
Lake, iceboating will commence as
soon as the water is hard enough.
The Michigan Sailing Club is
quite active in many areas, and
NEWPORT. R.I. OP) - T h e
sweet victory of Australia's Gretel
II Sunday turned into a bitter de-
feat yesterday when she was dis-
qualified for colliding with h e r
American rival, Intrepid, at t h e
startof the second America's Cup
I yacht race.,
Intrepid, which lost by t h e
margin of 1 minute, 7 seconds,
in Sunday's thriller, was t h u s
the winner after a protest and now
holds a 2-0 lead in the best of
boasts the reputation of the larg-
est organized activity on campus.
It was formed in-1938, when the
"fleet" consisted of a "one-way
sailboat" that had the knack of
making it out onto the lake and
not back to shore.
THIS YEAR, a total of 14 boats
are offered w i t h another "sub"
used for capsize and swamp prac-
tice. One boat was both designed
and built by the members of the
A brand new fleet is in order
for next year, as the club treas-
ury, kept up by the dues of the
members, will be used for the pur-
chase of the navy.
Regular meetings are held ev-
ery Thursday at 7:45 p.m. in
Room 231, Angell Hall. A half
hour class is held afterwards for
the novices. Instruction can also
be attained live every k Saturday
morning from eight until one.
THE REST OF the afternoon is
used for free sailing, which means'
that not only doesn't it cost, but
the skipper may sail wherever and
whenever he chooses.
Sunday's activities include free
sailing and racing, the latter od
SMajor League Standings
California at Milwaukee, inc.
Minnesota at Oakland, ine.
California at Milwaukee, night
Mi nnesota at Oakland, night
Kansas City at Chicago, 2, twt-night
Detroit at Baltimore, night
Washington at New York; night
Cleveland at Boston, niglt
W L Pt. GB
Pittsburgh 82 70 .539 --
Chicago, 80 72 .5%2612.
New York 79 74 .526 3
St. Louis 72 $1 .471 ,10"lo
Philadelphia 70 $3 .458 12w'
Montral ,$7. 85 .441. 15
which is taken quite seriously by
Last year, the sailing club's en-
try in the Intercollegiate Racing
championships held just outside
of Madison, Wisconsin on Men-
dota Lake placed second overall,
quite a spectacular feat.
The races are open to any mem-
ber holding one of the two upper
classifications, skipper or helms-'
man. The lowest, and starting
rank, crew, may take part in the
races as a helper on the boat.
The helmsman is allowed to
take boats out on his own, but on-
ly when a skipper is in attendance
at the club
A ride system is open for any-
body in need of transportation to
and from the club. Members call.
the answering service and offer
their services as driver or passen-
ger so a schedule of rides fror the
Union can be planned. Drivers are
reimbursed for each rider from
the club treasury.
Anyone interested in joining the
club can come to one of the
Thursday meetings, or call club g
president Jean Farah at his home
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Don't just hang there with your reading
skill. Develop, improve, refine your
At no extra
Chicago 8,8; KansasCity 4, 2
Detroit at Baltimore, inc.
Cleveland at Boston, inc.
Washington at New York, inc. j
$10.50 per month
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GRADUATES of the Evelyn Wood Read-
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San;Francisco 8z 70 .53R 13 .
Atlanta 74 80 .481 22
Houston'; 82 70 A474 23
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Houston at Cincinnati, inc.
San Francisco at Los Angeles, inc.
only games scheduled
New York at Philadelphia, night
Montreal at Pittsburgh, night
Chicago at St. Louis; night
San Diego at Atlanta, night
Houston at Cincinnati,.night
San Francisco at Los Angeles;i night
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At Reasonable Prices
Baked Potato, :Salad,
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217 S.'STATS $T.
Next toi State Theater
book, your textbooks, paper and pen
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to Support the
2nd floor SAB-7 P.M. TONITE
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Wednesday, September 23-7:30 P.M.
ALL NON-STOP JETS
' COMPLETE MEALS AND COMPLIMENTARY DRINKS
$25 DEPOSIT HOLDS SEAT
State St. Cor. Packard.-Phone 769-0961
(Tender Juicy Ham Stacked High on a Sesame Seed Bun)
MR. HAM IN A BASKET.... ... $.19
(Mr. Ham with Crisp French Fries and Creamy Cole Slaw)
MR. BEEF ........79c
(Delicious Juicy U.S.D.A. Choice Roast Beef Stacked
High on a Toasted Buttered Sesame Seed Bun.)
MR. BEEF IN A BASKET.........$1.19
(Mr. Beef with Crisp French Fries and Colea Slaw)
MR. HAM & CHEESE.............89c
(Ham with Delicious Swiss Cheese Melted Over the Top)
MR. HAM & CHEESE IN A BASKET. $1.29
CORNED BEEF ... 89c
(Tender Brisket of Corn'ed Beef on Our Own Dark-Rye Bun)
CORNED BEEF IN A BASKET ..... $1.29
REUBEN . .... ...99c
(Corned Beef, Swiss Cheese and Sourkraut-A Real Treat)
REUBEN IN A BASKET..........$1.39
HOT DOG...................... 30c
HOT DOG IN A BASKET ...........70c
CONEY ISLAND .. ... 35c
CONEY ISLAND IN A BASKET ... 75c
MINI HAM-MINI BEEF SANDWICHES 49c
(For the Kids)
FISH IN A BASKET. . . ... $1.29
(Old English Styled Fish with French Fries~
Cole Slow and Roll, Tartar Sauce)
CHICKEN IN A BASKET.........$1.39
(Fried Chicken with French Fries, Slaw, Honey and Roll)
CHICKEN IN A BASKET $. ..'.$1.89
SHRIMP IN A BASKET..........$1.69
Wildly fringed. Great
looking. 36 to 42 sizes. $65.
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