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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, October 25, 1977-Page 11
NO LOTTERY
II-tickets forall

By RICK MADDOCK
Michigan basketball student fans will
cheer before the defending Big Ten
champions take the court, because all
those who applied for season tickets
will get them.
"We're going to take care of
everybody even though we have just a
little over 5,100 applications," said
Michigan ticket manager Al Renfrew.
RENFREW SAID between
duplications and void applications that
the number of applicants was slightly
over 5,100. He said the location of the
tickets will be the same as last year
with a couple of added sections due to
the increase of season tickets.
The exact procedure for distribution
will be announced at a later time. The
official notice will be announced on the
Friday before the week of distribution.
Then, on Monday of the following week
seniors will pick up their tickets.

Tuesday will be the juniors' pick up
day, and Wednesday and Thursday will
be for the sophomores and freshmen,
respectively. Students may pick up
their tickets on any of the days after
their designated pick up day.
Renfrew said he hopes to prevent the
lines that usually occur with picking up
tickets. He said that one must stay in
line to keep his place. However, people
may be replaced in line by someone
else in order to keep their position.
THE EARLIER students pick up
their tickets, the better selection they
will have. One person may pick up four
season tickets as long as he has four
coupons and four ID's. If groups want to
sit in a block together, then they will
have to put one person in line for every
four people in their group, and they will
have to be next to each other in line.
The only bad news for students is if
they didn't apply last Friday or Satur-
day, they cannot get season tickets.

MANAGEMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
The United States Navy has some exciting openings for recent
college graduates to assume executive level responsibilities.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The Navy Supply Corps officers, the Business Administrator of the Navy, has
responsibilities for purchasing, inventory control, financial management,
computer systems, transportation, research and development, and retail ac-
tivities. The successful candidate will be 19-26 years old and have a BA/BS
degree in business, economics or computer science. Age waivers are
available for veterans.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
We have a few openings for Administrative and Personnel Managers. These
positions include middle management level plannina, administrtative respon-
sibilities, personnel employment and control. The successful applicant will be
19-26 years old and have a BA/BS degree in management, business or related
field with some math background. Age waivers are available for veterans.
ENGINEERING
For the aspiring Engineer we have openings in the following areas: Nuclear
Engineering, Aviation Engineering, Ship Design, building and maintenance
and Civil Engineering. The successful applicant will be 19-26 years old and
have a BA/BS degree in engineering, physics or related field. Advanced
training, valuable experience and responsibility are waiting for those who
qualify.
For the ambitious young graduate, these positions offer travel, an outstan-
ding salary and benefits package, as well as unusual personal and
professional growth opportunities. By his or her fourth year, the naval officer
earns over $17,500. The naval officer who chooses to leave the service after
an initial 4-year obligation has full veterans benefits and the kind of technical
and management experience sought by business and industry.
The Navy Officer Information Team wilt be in the Student Placement
and Engineering Placement Offices on October 27, 1977. Sign up NOW
for an appointment or CALL (313) 226-7845 COLLECT.

Daily Pnoto by BRAD BENJAMIN
CENTER PHILI HUBBARD shoots a layup against Marquette in his last appear-
ance at Crisler Arena. Although Hubbard may be out of action for a while due to
his knee injury, fans can still see plenty of solid Blue basketball this year.

CALLING ALL CLUBS:

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Martial arts th

By GUNNAR E. BERG
Nearly 2,000 people jammed into
the Coliseum for Martial Arts Day,
Oct. 22 and witnessed experts in
karate, judo, aikido and kendo.
Aikido's Takashi Kushida, kendo'sx
Larry Nakamura, judo's Koji Osh-
ima and karate's James Morrone
were among the invited guests who
performed.
Morrone and 15 karate students
performed 10 rountines including
skits, stunts, free-style and a series
of techniques to introduce the audi-
ence to karate.
Koji Oshima, the former national
champion and Olympic instructor,
with 15 students also introduced judo
to thecrowd by showing the different
ways to approach and kick and knock
down opponents.
At thenend of the judo part of the
program, Oshima defended himself
against an attacker who had a knife.
Oshima showed why he's a 6th
degree black belt by repeatedly
knocking down his opponent and
eventually pinning the attacker.
The highlight of the night was when
Kushida and 44 of his students
presented the art of Aikido. After an
introduction to some of the seven
basic movements and nearly 300
techniques, sensai (teacher) Kushida
defended himself against the attack
from other fourth and fifth degree
sensai's. With what seems like no
effort at all, Kushida dazzled the
audience by flipping and throwing his
opponents and never once getting
trapped or pinned himself.

Canada's most prominent instruc-
tor Nakamura, concluded the pro-
gram by demonstrating a few of the
200 different kendo styles.
TAE KWON DO
Michigan sent 10 neople to the
National Collegiate Tae Kwon Do
tourney at Michigan State and re-
turned with six medals. Overall,
Michigan claimed three gold and
three silver medals.
In the forms category, Joanne
Hamelin struck gold in the women's
division and Randy Hall took top
honors for the men's. Both are from
Michigan. In the sparring divisions,
other medalists were Marc St. Laur-
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ent, a gold in the featherweight,
Jesus Vera, a silver in the flyweight,
Kevin Bemis a silver in the Bantam,
and Thomas Albin, a silver in the
featherweight.
The Tae Kwon Do club at Michigan
now involves 50 people and has tenta-
tive plans for future meets. The chief
instructor is Master Hwa Chonj from
Korea, a seventh degree black -belt
and a former Korean national cham-
pion.
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Sophomore Eric Stannard and
Junior Pete Collin will return to
Steve Makowski's men's volleyball
team. The club includes 25-30 people.
and will be divided into an A and B
team. Lefty Makowski, and Raphael
Aponte from Puerto Rico are poten-
tial starters. The team will have
more intensive practices as of Nov. 1

ril fans
and will play a full schedule of club
and varsity teams.
TABLE TENNIS
The intramural sports club of table
tennis practices 2-3 nights a week in
preparation for the National Table
Tennis Tournament at Cobo Hall.
This tourney includes 100-150 teams
and will be held during Thanksgiving
vacation.
SAILING
Both the men and the women were
successful in sailing meets this week.
The men sailed at Buckeye Lake in
Ohio and captured the Midwest Sloop
championships, qualifying them to
go to Hawaii and sail in the Fall
National Championships, Oct. 22-23.
Skipper Pete Smith and crew Pam
Polhemus and Brendan Dolbroth led
the team to the first place finish.
The women captured the MacDon-
alds Cup by edging Inidana and
Miami (0) in a seven team race.
Diane Burton and crew Linda Lavis-
tida tied for second place in the A
while Joan Watts and Chris Ehman
were winners in the B.

Esalen institute and U-M Extension Service
Have Arranged-the Weekend of Your Life!
California's famed human potential center, the Esalen Institute, returns to Michigan with its best
program yet. Top leaders from throughout the humanistic psychology field are coming to share
with you the emerging new theories in guiding individual consciousness to meet life.
Topics: Who Are You?; One An'other Communication; Inner Way to Weight Control; Gestalt
Synergy; The Erotic Mind and the Quest; Process of Psychosynthesis; Thinking Body, Moving
Mind; Experiencing Connection; The Alexander Technique; Relaxation and Meditation.
Speakers: James Fadiman, Center for Integral Medicine; Betty Fuller, Institute for Transpersonal
Psychology; Mark Horowitz, Psychosynthesis Institute; Sam Keen, Humanistic Psychology
Institute; Janet Lederman, Esalen Institute; Ilana Rubenfeld, American Center for the Alexander
Technique.

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Recreational
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Entries for co-rec intertube Water
Polo are due Mon., Oct. 31.
The graduate soccer club has a
soccer game Wed., Oct. 26, 4 p.m. at
Fuller Field.
There will be an "International

Family Fun Night" for all interna-
tional campus community members,
on Fri., Oct. 28 at the Sports
Coliseum at Fifth and Hill. It will be
held from 7-40 p.m. Bring snacks
from your native country to share for
an international snack potluck.

EL JAYS GIFTS
Going Out of Business Sale!
50% OFF ALL GIFT ITEMS!
Everything goes, even the fixtures, showcases, jewelry cases,
glass shelving, and brackets.
Gift shop located at Ann Arbor Inn, corner of South 4th
and Huron
7"30 a.m.-0p.m. Weekdays and Sat., 9-s Sun.
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And we can offer outstanding
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We will be interviewing at
The University of Michigan
on November 1 & 3, 1977.
To find out about IBM and let us
find out about you, sign up for an
interview at the PlacementOffice or
write to: .. Pfeiffer,
College Relations Manager,
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One IBM Plaza,
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