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". SEPTEMBE~R 22 1931

TH4E MICHIGAN DAILY

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ffmTfflffflfiGIANT SWIMMING POOL TO BE OPEN STUDENT GROUPS P6O9LTI EDFRUEB RSMNT ORBIDN
AnSiiii COACHES TO GIV1~ IUI~_
Freshmncn to Inspect Features
ATTENTIONHT FRSHM NATV IE of "Sports Factory."
thietic Programs to be Held Yost Field House and theI Tatra- :<:.- >? . mfo rina
mural Sports Building will intro:"::,;:.."...'.r:ofth::ogamfo:Oieta
r Grusg tin Week is a tour ofnspetio
Thog dioyGop u e hes freshmen tothe fac Iitis
Ever Afernon.of these buildi'ngs. Ths alone
shoud simuateintces intheto give the new students an idea of
tna freshmen will fntt the unusual facilities for athletics
ne of the high lihso the Oni- ntol tvuhth ekbu iaable at the University ofMch
ntation Weeksth porspo through the entire, school 'year. The ~]'n
amposrdbthInrmrltime spent on tius tl.rwl n building itself is 420 feet in
he eartment. The complete ath- ien vh by 110 feet in width and in-
~tic and recreational facilities ofdobeyserto hrtote
members of the v arious groups but e ludes a main gymnasium with four
Ze building are offered to the new will serve as an e:celle nt introduc-" -akealcorsanuxirygm
tudents with the activities con- tion to the Sports pre gram. r silm, a marvelous swimming
lucted under the personal super- A :0pmpa~ron ball will 'pool 75 feet long by 35 feet wide,
ision of the Varsity coaches. sati eiso f inter-group Ii orwl adalcut,1
Every effort will be made to in- .I~~sus ors rsln om n
iire the class of '35 the fullest op- hs ilb od tdi or- a boxing room.
ortunity to get into the swing of amnZomwt wrst he';.:yL.k,~A. he facilities of this building an(
heam Tnierisentamunrram ~r-winning team. Win] iing teams that '2: ::::: : ..:;::;.:":::':<::<:: ffcredcit~o all students the year
ra.TeOinainpormadvise the umpire of their inten- -______________ around, vacation periods being n(
vill cover three days initially, start- tion to continue will be notified_____________________________________ecpto.Tedrsaepnevr
tmeng thi l aftrovuterourneo when the next game is to be played. day of the year for certain hour.
metwilcryoefoonor By 5:00 the individual tourna- JOHNSTONE PLANS I Instruction in Novel and the use of the building is en-
wo weeks. ments in all sports will be ready z icuae taltms ahya
All Interests Sponsored. to start and will include swimming NET TOURNAMENT cour o e ientagted taal tres.ramcaye
The sports program is so arranged with Matt Mann, Varsity coach, inCrid through more and more stu-
;hat both informal and organized charge; tennis under the supervi- Freshman interested in tennis dents avail themselves of its exten.
articipation may be included with- sion of Coach Johnstone; Rifle will find an outlet for their abil- New sot sal oda n sive facilities and it is sincerely
ut conflict and every athletic tend- (Continued on Pa~ge iisintetoramn2o)ecn-trsortsmany oad eantra- hoped that the class of '35 will fol-
~ncy or interest of the yearlings - stesi tetoramntbon_____frmayeadth nta
vill have its place in the setup. No ducted by Coach Johnstone this mural Department is equipped to low suit.
lethan 17 lines of interest will Swim Meets Carded week. All entrants should report offer several to those interested. Ilw
ae developed under expert super- ) at the tennis courts marked "Var- Codel~ial, badminton~, handball,
vision. for First Year Mvenl sity" immediately after the base-, squash and the like are among
The recreational program for men____ ball games where pairings will be those sports that the average young
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EQUIPMENT
Players coming to South Ferry
Field should bring gym shoes.
If other equipment is brought it
must be checked at the Intra-
mnural Sports Building while
baseball games arc being played.1
'Golf Tourney Planned,
for Incoming Students
Followers of the green among the
class of '35 will have a chance to
show their prowess on the Univer-
sity Golf Course this week in a
tournament under the supervision
of Coach Courtrig'ht. Players will
have to pay their greens fees but
the winner and runner-up get gold
medats from the Intramural De-
p~artment.
1;WNVERS

Applicants, to Nced
Health. Examination
to Get I-M Lockers.
Health coid , will not only be re-
quired for prilainin Intra-
Smural spori ta'again this year t,
it is further required that each
person must present a health card
to the attendant in the locker room
before being permi~tted to sign up
for a locker.
Thsnew ruling has been installed
tinsure the health of each stu-
dent entering athletic competition.
Two physicians will be at the In-
t rainntira l Buildling to give ph ysic ±l
examinations during'iegsLatio
weck.

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Suggest the "Sugar Bowl" to your corn-

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will beIcondiuL4cted tnrougnL1 ie aa-
visory groups on a schedvle that
starts each' afternoon at 3:30 with
the; new students meeting in the
large gymnasium of the'Intramural
Sports Building for instruction. Ad-
herence to this arrangement is ad-
vised to avoid unnecessary (con-
fusion and disruption of the pro-
gram.
Inspection Tour Planned.
A tour of inspection through the

swimmers will be the meets to be
conducted at 5:00 today, tomorrTow
and the next day in the Intra-
mural pool. First and second place
winners of each event will meet for
the finals on Thursday night, Octo-
ber 1, at 7:30.
The events will be 50-yard free
style, 100-yard free style, 50-yard
back stroke, 50-yard breast stroke,
and diving (eight dives).

The determination of a Freshman
champion and runner-up will be
the final result of the tournament.

ities for each are available in* the
Intramural Sports Building. In-
struction will be gladly given.

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