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May 03, 1978 - Image 22

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Page 22-Wednesday, May 3, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Mox. utin1eering#i.
What is mountaineering all about?Funyyou should ask.
Because we just happen to have an answer. (Ah-h, life's little
coincidences.) Mountaineering is a skill, a science and an art.
Yet anyone with a thirst for excellence and normally
developed moor skills can master it. Simply study
these damentals and follow them faithful ly
v Step one ' Re
" appropri- . Okay, here's
t' .'ately enough ,*where the fun be-
starts by select gins. Hold the mountain
.ing the correct sitefirmly in your left hand,
To do so, pick up ne Y U v he jugrasp the mountain
-a bottle of Busch".OS l,. Ue top with your right
This is commonly eeaIt hand and twist
called heading for the cQtS the little fella off.
mountains. e yAiloruluThere you go.
a Once poured, pacing becomes paramount. As any seasoned
" mountaineer will tell you, the only way to down a mountain
is slowly, smoothly and steadily - savoring every swallow of the
brew that is Busch. If you're a bit awkward at first, don't be
Now for the discouraged. Perfection takes practice. Soon enough, having
30tricky part. emptied your l s and filled your soul you t o will be a $4
Neophytes, listen mountaineer
up: the proper pour o u
is straight down LA
the center of the
glass. Only in*
this way will -'
the cold, invio- .
rating taste ofC0,°,0;_
the mountamn
came to a head.. Before Murigte
M ~lounaneern v uut eern.F.g Mounaneern
Doixt't each for a bee Head far he-moimt ins.

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