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September 23, 1930 - Image 11

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11ndoor andtIOtdoor Tounys
]Listed on Fall, Spring
The Intramural Sports building
offers to the new andd students
many facilities for both fi d~or and
outdoor sports. It furnishes the'i
an opportunity for wholesomeii rec-
reation and play with~ their fellow~
students. The use of building anti
playing fields is entirely optional
to the students, and they may be
used without cost whatever to
them. The Intramural building
makes posible the physical better-
ment of the undergraduate men
and tends toward the realizationI
of an ideal "athletics for all".
The ne av Intramural. Sports
Building is located on the site of
the old north stands of the old
stadium nd ~c is 420 feet in length
by 0 l feet i width. The widthl
has ben kept snall in proportion!
to thie lenigth ina order to providel
bettr faciites i lighting and
ventilation Th e etrance to th e
}building is through a very impres-
si4and attractive vestibule and
lobbhy, with corridors leading to the
Main Gymnasium, the Auxiliary!
Gymnasium, the Swimming Pool,
and other activity rooms.
Provisions are made for train-
ing rooms; store rooms, and office
space; it *e s for 2200, with capac-j
ityr for increasing to 4,000; the
mhainl gymnasium. (on which floor
are' four 'regulation basketball
courts), 252 feet long and 107 feet
wide; 14 lour-walled handball
coon~s, each 20 by 40 feet; thirteen
squas~h courts, 18 1-2 by 32 feet;
a wrestiiing room 60x40 feet; a box-
ing roi 36x46; the swimming
pool 75 feet long by 35 feet wide;
and the auxiliary gymnasium, 96
feet longb 45 'feet wide. Pro-}
visions have been fnade for the
seating of 1,500 spectators at
swimming meets. The spectators
are seated upon temporary bleach-
ers in the auxiliary gymnasium.
Use Outdoor Facilities.
The outdoor playing space util-
ized by the Intramural Department
is loaned by the Athletic Associa-1
tion. Practically all the outdoor
activities are conducted on SouthI
Ferry Field, which comprises 12
acres of playing space. This in-
cludes 6 speedball fields, i~2 dia-
mands for playground baseball, anrd
two diamonds for official baseball.
In addition, the 32 tennis courts
(Continued on Page 12)







In order to gve members ofth
Fresrhnan lassn opportunity to rII1! IIJ .I tJIi i t n of th
star usin~ the swiihming psool, $ of the inra
s~da h~itshav bee' ~t aideNew Schedule of Open Hours is opportunity
aifri , program of activities in the 1 th aiu
ffective at Once Withth vaiu
pool has been outlined. Varsity ;':.,:"r :w.
... turnout gav
Coach Matt Mann will be on hand; All Sport Service suet r
during these hours and he will stude nth e
adte*rk with either the beginners or BULEISRC R NW h aedel
the advanced swimmers...,*,* ULE NSRC DN WStesm se
r Always on the lookout for somej3 During the regular school year Coach Kee
material for the teams, Coach c J: :* r'Mhar f 1o
M~nwill stage thre separate ! Rte Intramural Building will be Matt Mann
swimming meets, one each us pndiyfo .0ocok
day, Wednesday and Thursday af- ." ,.Ionn o1:0ocoka ih swimmers;
ternrnong.toh10:00eo'clocklatanight, anxious tof
ternons Thse eetswil tae !except on Saturdays when it will dates for fei.
1 x h a:5:0;oclocan wil;b close at 6. The building will not welcome a:
for the particular groups that are!{,wpuhnte
'scheduled to go to the Intramural ,k eoe nSnas h wm i
builing hat ay. , { namis desir
Each of the meets will consist of;1:00,' 2:30mng tolisop6:00,rand17:30 to b:30 s tinde
r ~ ~ ~ a, in pool is0 230 ope00 nd fr o10:30 tombehgofu
.the same events, namely; 50 yard Ny"f, Iee aecpStudswhniWsJmi
free style, 100 yard -free style, 50;- vey dy ecpfaudy we tWsJm
liyard breast stroke, 50 yard back)j closes at 5:30. should be ab
stroke and diving (eight dives?., ------ -- desiring ;to
Locersarefurishd a a om-Gymnastics.
First and second place winners will; NEVVCOMERS MAY Intramural lIvanagers inal fee which also includes con- yet beena
be picked, ip each event and 'these Ibnainlcadtoe.AthHnblln
winners t iiecin'each of the ib~ets will I PRACTICE FENCING ___ datIVI uyear bnto ok°adtwl tteHnbl n
thncm~t na final chanpion-en of the year A refund is made
ship metbn :htiiday, !Octobert Freshmen who are interested in' Incoming students may be inter- upon return of the lck and towel. SOUTH B
12, at 7 A. X , ter . E. Sanborn fecin ilhv hnet rc ested to know that second seme trfArsoilede towel may be ex changed veteran Nti
won bod ithe 0 aMid 100 yard Iree' cn'wl ae hnet rcfreshmen are eligible for appoint- fore adecleandretowelo atninany tm y teams back
style races while .oahn $chmeiler tc nertedretowf ecn ent as freshmen tryouts~ in the applying to the desk in~ the dker' hardest sche
duplic e $tinborn't, achievemient coach John Johnstone later in the intramural sports departmrent. Six room.
of wii t't~Vo eents by tofing ya when a call is issued for first' sophomore managers are selected Users of the Intramural Building tory.
both the '50 yard, back stroke and 1!yea from the freshmen candidates, four will always find official and up-to-
the 0 yrd reat srok ra~s yea cadidtes Thse ho urnjunior managers are chosen from date material on the bulletin board ,q
Tiscer on te hnorsin th ~ wll ork ut iththe six sophomore candidates, and in the lobby. On this bulletin board
divia ng.ahis smn eea h ast fencers, also cached two senior managers are selected is kept all the informiation pertain- L
bee anannal resmanWee by Johnstone. e reguar schedule from. the four junior managers. ing to various activities. Watch the
event and the races are always ex- between the new men will be car- Suitable awards are given to alll board and keep abreast of the In-
citing and hotly contested. ried out later. t managers. tramural news.C
The schedule for the Week calls __ _________ _________________________
for the poo~l to be open on T e (s1IIII 1111IIIII1iI811,1l11111111[14 U n1111f m6n T1I11111Hi11111111111eS-1 I~l111U~l
day, Wednesday, Thursday and a °.IlIIIIlI~lIIlII~i~
Friday from 9:30 to 12 and from 2E
to___6._ You May Be "Dancing With ~
Baseball Tournament TerMnYur'e"
Slated for Freshmen1 Y -
Playground baseball games be- -
lattween all the Freshman groups will ~ if you wear shoes that don't f-t.thsaerontfur'ccklF"Wytkeahne. erWAK
with 12 games going on at one time.=
Every group will play during the OVERS and be comfortable in-
three days, Tuesday, WednesdayMrstl. C einad etu ft-
and Thursday and the winningstl. Cm in nd etu ft
teams will be matched to nigY nextE your feet with a new number.
week. Games will continue until a ..
final champion is decided. Last'1 Ii~. ,
year "Tad" Weiman's team won the {llilhlllli
championship and each member of1}
that teams wears a gold medal 'em-b$9.00
bemnatic of the victory.9"0u .
BALTIMORE-Joe Hauser, former I_-
&~ember of the Athletics and InI_ GRID j a k v r S o
dians, has shattered Babe Ruth's - Irnntorted Black Scotch Grain with Black Calf11SOT MAN TRE
mark of 60 homers in one season =Dark Brown Scotch Grain with Tan Clf15SOT MAN TRE
with the Baltimore club of the In -v-
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Browning Kingagin welcomes G
the arrival of students, both new
and od
To those who have not already
become acquainted with us, we wish : 1

to oferunusual tl and auiyin
his University-here is a .I
a man who has for en miens furnishings. A
tof the style-wise man's - fuIFIG
designs for Michigan
ys the leaders in Univer- This syeaddai1s vi- aiy efc nf n 'L H
able at reasonable cost because the
- namie of Browning King is repre- As a young man
;an Model" sttdb hr= t i recently express{
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essly for the well dressed-,fr moh s? A
on model with notched -Our Challenger line of Men'sI That's the secrete
he popular shades and
all.' Clothing retails at= comprehnsive ha oetigt
sek<Wn af sonal supervision
- merely an infinut
) 4 .0 With extra trousers

ie outstanding features I O~ m 15 9H1
,mural program is thej
for free instruction in Students and Faculty F inid
sports. Last year's'
ve evidence that the Facilities for Every
very much, interested Kinid of Game.
aartment is arranging,
xvice for this year.
On will be glad to take EXAMINATION 'REQUIRED
ld-be wrestlers; Coach,
and his assistant Mc- I In order to get the students of
looking for prospective' the University to its recretional
Coach Johnstone is pr ogram~ the departmrent of Titro-
find some new candi-; mural Sports attempts to provide
ncing; Let Philbin will facilities for every branich of sport
anyone interested in' in which there is an eviden~t inter-
leather gloves; Dr. Ly- est on the part of the students a~nd
rous of finding a num- faculty. Besides the co~mpetitive
ents wanting to know games of a more strenuous niature,
i Archery; and Messrs. a number of minor sports of& a
scon a n d Schreiber mildly recreatjonal type are pro-
ale to care for all those moted to accommodate those whose
bdcome proficient in prefer them. Suggestions from the
Instructors have not students and Faculty regarding new
apointed for Tennis, activities are always welcom~e.
d Squash. The Department has attempted
to safeguard the physical welfare
BEND-Knute Rockne, of its participants by supervising
re Dame coach, expects the conditioning of the contest-
Zother of his wonderl ants in the more strenuous sports.
this year to face the, Every competitor in cross-vountry,
dule in the team's his-I boxing, wrestling, and long- dis-
(Continued on Page 12)

Golf Courie
18 holes; -- unrivalld greenis;-
sporty? well, look u~s over.
Mon. to Fri. $1.00; 5&c after 5
P. M.; Sat, and Su n. ,$1.50.


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Men, clothes that are alway
city styles, superior in qua
sure to wear.



who wears Thos. Heath oItI+ _.
ed pit: "I always know a Thom
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makes these clothes so different
Answer: We don't know either~
of the makers.{ But we suspect it
do with so much hand work,per-
a, fussing with details. In lo
e capacity for takng parns.

Here is a suit designed expi
student-a sm~art two bumt
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