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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 16, 1973 '

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By ROBIN WAGNER
Don't look now, but there is a
good chance that the person next
to you in uninformed. Uninform-
ed, that is, in the eyes of the
intramural program directors.
The reason is simple. In a school-
wide survey compiled four years
ago, 40 per cent of the student
body did not know the location of
the Intramural Building.
Well, for all those people who
have hopelessly struggled day in
and day out all these years with-
out discovering this interesting
building's whereabouts, the time
has finally come. The Intramural
Building is located at the inter-
section of State Street and Hoov-
er. You learn something n e w
every day.
During the winter term, the
building will be open from 8:00

ports: Tr
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Monday
through Friday, Saturday from
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and from
1:30 to 6:00 on Sunday after-
noons.
Intramural competition, which
includes awards for the most pro-
ficient intramural athlete and the
outstanding intramural referee is
divided into eight different divi-
sions. They include all-campus
co-recreation, faculty, fraternity,
graduate, independent, interna-
tional, 'M' gals and residence
hall divisions.
The all-campus division grants
eligibility to any student or fa-
culty member at the university.
Girls are permitted only in the
individual and dual sports in this
division.
Entries are due in January, in
the all-campus category for mini

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HEBREW-All Levels
Modern Hebrew & Israel Literature.
Basic Judaism.
Contemporary Crises in Jewish Law.
Yiddish Literature in Translation.
Israel: A Survey of Contemporary Issues and Problems.
The Social and Cultural Anthropology of Jews and Judaism.
Jewish Heretics.
Art in Israel.
The Holocaust: A Study of Selected Problems.
The Jewish People: Statehood vs. Religion.
The Hassiidic View on the Existence and Purpose of the Uni-
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God Talk-Studies in Jewish Prayer and Worship.
LATE REGISTRATION on
Tues. - Wed. Jan. 16-17 - 6-7 p.m.
at HILLEL-- 1429 Hill
* In the Warsaw ghetto the Nazis put all the Jewish scholars to
twork making shoes so that the shoe factory became a major
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soccer, table tennis, handball
doubles, paddleball doubles and
5'-9" basketball. Information
about the all-campus or any oth-
er division and respective entry
due dates can be obtained in the
intramural and recreational
sports handbook, available free
of charge at the I.M. building.
The 'M' gals division is open to
all women students and faculty
members. This division is sub-
divided into three smaller cate-
gories: residence hall, sorority
and independents. Sports w it h
entry dates this month in the
gals division are tennis doubles,
squash, badminton doubles, pad-
dleball singles, and racquetball
doubles.
Besides the numerous divisions
available in the intramural pro-
gram, an open co-recreational
program operates from 7:00 p.m.
to 10:00 p.m. Fridays and from
1:30 to 5:30 on Sundays at the
I.M. building. This program is
open to all students, faculty ad-
ministrative staff and their fam-
ilies. Facilities are available at
these times for all the sports and
lockers and towels are provided
free of charge.
Along with other activities,
sports clubs sponsoring programs
of participation exist. T h e s e
include boxing, cricket, rugby, la-
crosse, indoor tennis, squash,
handball, weight lifting and soc-
cer, among others. Six co-ed
sports clubs also are active.
Specific information about a n y
and all of these clubs can be
found in the intramural handbook.
Mark Twain once said, "Work
consists of whatever a body is
obliged to do . . . Play consists
of whatever the body is not oblig-
ed to do." Sometime in the near
future, why don't you go down,
discover the I.M. building and
play a little. As another prophet
once proclaimed, "Try it, you'll
like it."
Weekday Schedule of I.M.
facilities
I.M. Building - open 8:00 a.m.
to 10:00 p.m.
swimming-3:00 p.m. to 10:00
p.m.
paddleball-handball-8:00 a.m.
to 10:00 p.m.
gymnastics-6:00p.m..to 10:00
p.m.
main gym:
8:00-10:00 a.m. open recreation
10:00-noon classes
noon-1:00 p.m. open tennis
1:00-2:00 tennis classes
2:00-5:30 open basketball
5:30-10:00 basketball compe-
tition
Waterman gym-8:00 a.m. - 10:00
p.m. open recreation
Barbour gym--4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
open recreation
Yost Fieldhouse-7:00 p.m.-10:00
p.m. open recreation
Women's Athletic Building-8:00
a.m.-6:00 p.m. open recreation

AP Photo
ANTHONY DAVIS, Southern California's sophomore sensation,
talks to reporters following surgery on a partially severed achilles
tendon. Davis sustained the injury in an automobile accident when
he reportedly fell asleep at the wheel while driving his brother's
date home from a party. A quick recovery is expected.
Woody pleads innocent in LA;
Anthony Davids mends rapidly

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We Don't Jlust
Publish a Newspaper
" We meet new people
" We laugh a lot
" We find consolation
* We play football

* PASADENA, Calif. - OhioI
State University football Coach
Woody Hayes pleaded innocent yes-
terday to a misdemeanor charge
of battery filed after an alterca-
tion with a press photographer.
The plea was entered in Pasa-
dena Municipal Court by Attor-
ney Andrew R. Edwards. Hayes,
free on his own recognizance, was
not present.
The charge was filed after an
incident before the New Year's
Day Rose Bowl game here, in,
which Los Angeles Times photog-
rapher Art Rogers said Hayes,
pushed a camera into his face. ,
Rogers claimed he received fa-;
cial injuries and that his vision was
impaired.
* INGLEWOOD, Calif. - An-
thony Davis, star running back for
national college football champion,
southern California, said yesterdayl
he would be playing baseball in a
few weeks and his injuries from a
traffic accident haven't hampered
his athletic career.
He said his Achilles tendon had
been cut only about one-third of
the way through and was expected
to heal quickly.
Davis said he went to sleep at the
wheel of his brother's car while
driving his brother's date home
from a party.
"Fellows had come back from the
Hula Bowl and were celebrating,"
Davis said. "I told my brother I'
would take his date home. I just

dozed off and I can't remember
the impact."
0 PRINCTON, N.J. - Bill
"Butch" Van Breda Kolff, head
coach of Princeton University's
basketball team from 1962-1967, has
rejoined the Tigers as a special
assistant toCoach Pete Carrill.
"Bill will help with recruiting
and scouting and coach the second
team in practice," said Carrill.
Van Breda Kolff resigned as
coach of the Phoenix Suns of the
National Basketball Association
early this season. He previously
coached the Los Angeles Lakers
and Detroit Pistons of theNBA.
. LAUSANNE, Switzerland -
Salt Lake City, Innsbruck, Cha-
monix, France, and Tampere, Fin-
land, formally have offered to
stage the 1976 Winter Games fol-
lowing the withdrawal of Denver,
the International Olympic Com-
mittee announced yesterday.
IS
UCLA hold
down top Spot
UCLA copped 38 of 39 first-place
ballots in the Ass.iated Press'
latest college poll to remain far
ahead of North Carolina State, the
Bruins' closest pursuer. Marquette,
upset by Notre Dame last Satur-
day, dropped three notches to sev-
enth. Michigan fell several votes
short of cracking the top twenty.

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" We debate vital issues
" We drink 5c Cokes
" We have T.G.'s
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The Top 20v
The Top Twenty, with first ''- place
votes in parentheses, season records
through games of Saturday and total
points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-
18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1:-
1. UCLA 38 12-0 778
2. N. Carolina St. 1 12-0 674
3. Maryland 10-1 571
4. North Carolina 13-1 446
5. Long Beach St. 12-1 415
6. Minnesota 10-1 376
7. Marquette 11-1 340
j8. Missouri 12-1 262
9. Providence 10-1 240
10. San Francisco 12-1 183
11. Alabama 8-1 177
12. Houston 11-2 145
13. Southwestern La. 10-1 121
14. Kansas St. 11-2 101
15. Jacksonville 11-2 .85
16. Indiana 10-2 77
17. St. John's N.Y. 9-2 54
18. Vanderbilt 11-3 40
19. Florida St. 9-3 34
I 20. Louisville 11-2 32

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