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"Gone Fishin' "
Summer Recreation Supplement
Wet Refreshers
A handy guide to area watering holes
Off-Beat Interests
Ideas for interesting things to do

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Water Frolics Page 3
Canoeing, sailing, swimming, and windsurfing

trom the editor's desk

To the reader:
Following a winter of record-break-
ing low temperatures, these few
welcome months of warm weather
should be taken advantage of. In put-
ting together the second. annual
recreation supplement, we have attem-
pted to generate some creative ideas
for summer fun that are of low or
minimal cost.
Since this is only the second
recreation guide published by the
Daily, a number of obstacles presented
themselves from it's inception.
First, stories had to be assigned,
researched, and written by reporters
drawn from the ranks of die-hard Daily
staff members. Despite covering daily
breaking news, articles for the new
student edition, and working late hours
to put the paper together, they all
managed to do an excellent job with en-
dless (and somewhat surprising) en-
thusiasm.
Because those involved with the
project devoted so much of the free time
in the production of these pages, they
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deserve special mention for not only ef-
fort, but overwhelming enthusiasm.
* MARK GINDIN, the Daily's
Editor-In-Chief, for leaving the
sheltered world of Ann Arbor and
braving the massive urban maze of
Detroit.
D DEBORAH LEWIS, for incredible
energy in putting together all the
photographs in this edition and
designing the cover.
" GEORGE ADAMS, for offering in-
sights into the mind of a bathing suit
and providing us with ideas for summer
fun in the water.
" GREG BRUSStAR, for marathon
endurance in making telephone calls to
the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce
while compiling summer events.
RON POLLACK,for sharing with us
his tremendous expertise as a Daily
sportswriterand devoting all his free
time to researching summer sporting,
events.
* BILL SPINDLE, for spotlighting
the virtues of two-wheeled transpor-
tation.
" SCOTT STUCKAL, for allowing us
to examine his own methods of beating
the summer heat.
" FANNIE WEINSTEIN, for demon-
strating exceptional patience in
assisting with the layout and production
of the supplement, and for informing us
of the considerable opportunities
available at the city's park facilities.
" JOE BRODA AND ANN SACHAR,
both of the business staff, for first ap-
proving the idea of a recreation sup-
plement, and then despite the ob-
stacles, agreeing to do ita second time.
" And last, but by no means least, our
layout and production crew; ARCH
GAMM, EARL KUKER, and LUCIUS
DOYLE, who endured'through erratic
layouts, my illegible handwriting, and
last-minute changes in producing this
comprehensive guide to fun.

City Cycling,
Not so routine routes around the city
Frisbee Fun
The game of ultimate frisbee
Everlasting Events
A listing of annual summer events
Detroit Doings
Things to do at the city's four corners
Park Picks
An inventory of activities and facilities

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Sports Spectacular Page 12
Sporting events for participants and spectators
EDITOR
Lou Fintor
CONSULTING EDITOR
Mark Gindin
BUSINESS MANAGER
Joe Broda
SALES MANAGER
Ann Sachar
STAFF WRITERS: George Adams, Greg Brusstar, Ron Pollack,
Bill Spindle, Scott Stuckal. Fannie Weinstein
PHOTO STAFF: Jackie Bell, Deborah Lewis
SALES REPRESENTATIVE: Stacy Fallek, Marci Gittleman, Karen
Johnson
COVER DESIGN AND PHOTOGRAPHY: Deborah Lewis

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