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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 23, 1973
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Next time you see
someone polluting,
point it out.

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California State Board of Education. Veterans Approved.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, Dean of Admissions, will be visiting the
University of Michigan Campus, 9:00-4:30, Oct. 23. Interested
students check with the Career Planning & Placement Office.
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AUTO LAB-NORTH CAMPUS

Fall IM's culminate;
winter teams readied

By BILL STIEG
For the past two weeks t h e
University's intramural sports
program has been shifting gears
- winding up their first set of
fall games while organizing a
new group of activities to keep
the athletic-minded student busy
in the coming months. .
In the popular softball leagues,
"men's winners in the various di-
visions were: Residence Hall -
Van Duren; Independent -
Mooners; Fraternity - B e t a
Pi; and Graduate - Delta Sigma
Delta "A". In the women's divi-
sions, the champions were: Resi-
dence Hall - Stockwell "B"; In-
dependent - Bombers; and Sor-
ority-Chi Omega.rThe co-recrea-
tional champs were the Hackers
Row.,
In the minor sports, the Resi-
dence Hall winners were: wo-
men's tennis - Hunt; m e n ' s
track - Williams; and men's

AP Photo
Bulky Badger Mike Vesperman (65), fooled out of his gourd by Dennis Franklin (9), makes the tackle while the pitchout floats to -Gil
Chapman, who gained fourteen yards on the play. Franklin's shiftiness on the delayed-pitch option was a key factor in Michigan's
ludicrous 35-6 rout of the hapless Wisconsinites.

It's a spewing smokestack. It's litter
in the streets. It's a river where fish
can't live.
You know what pollution is.
But not everyone does.
So the next time you see pollution,
don't close your eyes to it.-
Write a letter. Make a call. Point it
out to someone who can do something
about it.
People start pollution. People can stop it.
Keep America Beautiful
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LOLA JONES, a social worker at the Health Service Mental
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Thursday from 2:00-4:00 p.m. She will see students by appoint-
ment or on a walk-in basis.
Students are also encouraged to sign up on the bulletin
board in the lobby of Trotter House for a discussion series on
"The Black Woman Today."
For more information or an appointment
CALL 763-1356 Trotter House
or 764-8315 Mental Health Clinic

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cross country - Couzens.
Some outstanding teams in the
other divisions were Beta Theta
Pi fraternity, which won both
softball and water polo; Delta
Gamma sorority, which woni
both tennis and track; Chi Ome-
ga sorority, which won soft-
ball and cross country; the Dicks
Hombres, a men's independent
team which captured "the tennis
and cross country titles; and the
Bombers, a women's independent
team that won tennis and track.
Recently, football, hockey;
handball, and bowling' all began
their seasons. Co-rec volleyball.
football, and innertube water
polo, all extremely popular
sports, will begin soon. Also,
thereswill be a wrestling meet at
the end of the month, and an
all-campus pre-holiday basketball
tournament starting November 5.
For the girls, there will be a
swim meet on that date. All
questions and entries should be
directed to the IM office.
According to assistant IM
sports director Dick Pitcher, the
co-recreational sports are tin e
fastest growing, with 27 teams
in football, 35 teams in volley-
ball, and quite a few in innertube
water polo.
HOME OF THE BRAVES
ATLANTA (UPI) - The
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Originally the team w a s
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club the Tammany Hall Indian-
head for a logo and the knick-
name the Braves. The team re-
mained the Braves when it mov-
ed to Milwaukee in 1953 and lat-
er when it came to Atlanta in
1966.
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