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Wednesday, June 30, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fifteen

Pliush IM structure
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COste' st sms Pe ;1)
by September.
Early users have had no com-
plaints, t h o u g h paddleball
players have been surprised at
the noisiness of the courts. And
many have shied away from
the brilliant white walls for
fear of marring the clean sur-
face.
All of this cost $5 million.
Since last fall $10 from each
student's tuition has gone to-
wards paying for the Central
Campus building and the $3
million North Campus struc-
ture. Students therefore need
only present their ID card to
use the buildings.
Faculty and staff must pay
an annual $30 user fee, and $15
for spouses or children. Alum-
ni will pay $75 and $35 for
spouses. Non-university adult
users must pay $150. Spouses
and children of students pay
$5 a term.

lockers cost $15 for the year
or 50 cents per day.
Th;is sMumer, ll areas tOf
the buiding ttre (tpen MOndIy
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 10
pm. and Saturda;y from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. 'The bttilding is closed
Sundays.
During the summer, a
Youth Fitness program will
occupy the gym between 9
and 11 a.m. The rest of the
day is split between volley-
ball, badminton and basket-
ball.
Court reservations for the
handball and racqUetball courts
will be taken between 5:30 and
7:30 p.m. the evening prior to
the day of play. Reservations
can be nade by phone (764-
8167) or in person. There is a
challenge court for handball,
paddleball and racquetball.
For squash, the procedure is
the same, but the phone num-
ber is 763-3085.

A Michigan student dresses in one of the carpeted locker rooms in the new IM1
tenaw next to Stockwell.

Ipits i( the tai/
fly The Associated Press
Sooner quits football
NORMAN, Okla.-Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer said
esterday that deefnsive end Joe McReynolds had agreed to
withdraw from the Sooner squad after being charged with driving
under the influence of alcohol for the second time in a year.
The misdemeanor charge was filed in district court yes-
terday morning and McReynolds was to be arraigned late in
the afternoon.
Switzer issued a statement which read: "After discussing the
situation with the officials involved and Joe McReynolds, Joe
and I agreed that it would be best for him to withdraw from the
squad. This will allow him to deovte full time to his personal
problems."
McReynolds, switched from the secondary to defensive end
this past spring, was arrested Sunday and booked for driving
under the influence of alcohol. Police said he refused to take a
blood or breathalyzer test. The refusal brings an automatic six-
month suspension of his driver's license under state law.
Marinaro moves
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.-Runng back Ed Marinaro stepped out
from behind Chuck Foreman's shadow yesterday and signed a
one-year contract with the New York Jets.
Marinaro was Foreman's backfield partner with the Minne-
sota Vikings last season. That was not an enviable position.
"I didn't have the opportunity to run," said Marinaro. "To
be effective, you need to get work. Maybe 15 carries a game.
I never got that at Minnesota."
Getting work for him won't be a problem for the Jets. John
Riggins, who last year became the first 1,000-yard rusher in club
history, also played out his option and has signed with Washing-
ton. So New York had a glaring hole in the backfield and Marinaro
fills it.
Major League Leaders

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club, G AB R H Pet.
G.Brett KC 69 284 42 102 .359
LeFlore Det 63 261 44 92 .352
leRae KC 69 257 42 87 .339
ttvers NY 60 271 47 88 .325
Carew Mm 69 273 43 88 .322
Munson NY 63 262 32 83 .317
Staub Det 68 244 32 77 .316
Lynn Bsn 58 219 30 69 .315
&.Bell Cle 68 258 41 80 .310
Otis KC 66 266 52 82 .308
Pitehing (7 Decisions)
Garland, Baltimore, 9-0, 1.000; Fi-
drych, Detroit, .8-1, .889; Bird, Kan-
sas City, 8-1, .889; W. Campbell,
linnesota, 8-2, .100; J. Brown,
Cleveland, 6-2, .750; Kern, Cleve-
land, 6-2, .750; Vuckovich, Chi-
'ago, 6-2, .750; Leonard, Kansas
tity, 7-3, .70.. ........
Home Runs
L. May, Baltimore, -13; Ystrzem-
ski, Boston, 13; Bando, Oakland,
83; ice Boston, 12; Otis, Kansas
Lity, 12.
. Runs Batted In
crroughs, Texas, 54; Mayberry,
Kansas City,. $1; Chambliss, New
York, 49; Otis, Kansas 'City, 48;
Mhtson, New York( 46

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
A.Oliver Pgh 60 244 40 86 .352
G.Foster Cin 65 234 40 87 .343
McBride StL 51 198 29 67 .338
W.Crawford StL 58 196 26 66 .337
Morgan Cin 59 188 51 63 .333
W.Rob's'n Pgh 48 166 23 55 .331
Cey LA 64 231 37 76 .329
Herndon SF 48 168 21 55 .327
Rose Cin 73 294 62 96 .327
Andrews Htn 42 176 22 57 .324
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Rhoden, Los Angeles, 7-0, 1.000;
Norman, Cincinnati, 6-, ..857; Mat-
lack, New York, 9-2, .818; R. Jones,
San Diego, 13-3, .813; Kaat, Phila-
delphia, 8-2, .800; Alrala, Cincin-
nati, 7-2, .778; Reed, Philadelphia,
6-2, .750; Freisleben, San Diego,
6-2, .750.
Home Runs
Kingman, New York, 26; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 21; G. Foster, Cin-
cinnati, 16; Monday, Chicago, 13;
Morgan, Cincinnati, 13.
Runs Hatted In
G. Foster, Cincinnati, 62; King-
man, New York, 60; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 57; Morgan, Cincin-
nati, 52; T. Perez, Cincinnati, 52.

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