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September 22, 1931 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-09-22

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-IACw L 'THE MICHICAN DAILY '_T
FM LEADERS PLAN
SPECIALPROGRAM
OMural Activities to be Under
Supervision of Varsity
Coaching Staff.
(oid iued from rage 11)j
Shooting conducted by Captains
Custis and Lord and offering gold
,medals and a target rifle; Golf un-
der Coach Courtright; wrestling by
Coaches Keen and Kelly; Boxing
by Coach "Let" Philbin; and gym- A 1 , I
nastics conducted by Coach West.
Horseshoes, handball; squash, bowl-
ing, fencing, football, codeball, bad-
minton, and volleyball will com-
plete this extensive program. First
and second winners in each case
will receive awards.
Informal Use Encouraged.
As if the above were not enough,
the entire Sports Building will be
open to freshmen for informal use
in whatever line of sports stands
uppermost in the individual's in-
terest. In addition, the swimming
pool and the bowling alleys at the
Michigan Union may be used free
of charge during the week.
If it rains, there is no reason to
'it inside and feel lonesome and
blue either for the activities will
continue inside the Intramural
Sports Building, with the exception
of the baseball tournament which
will merely be postponed until bet-
ter weather permits further com-
petition.
Little Equipment Needed.
Equipment for all the above needT OH ECA F
not deter anyone from entering into
the program for players coming to
South Ferry Field need only gym
shoes, while entrants in the indi-
vidual sports will know what equip-
mnent is necessary and may check it 1
o.t the Intramural Building while
playing baseball.
In the past this Orientation Week
Ibports Program has been a big suc-
cess because the yearlings have not
failed to take advantage of the
great opportunity offered to get ac-
quainted with the University's ath-
letic facilities as well as to make"
friendships with those in the com- W- r ueta lh t ihpesr ae
petition.E are sure that without high pressure sales-
(Yearlings May Enter manship you will discover as other classes
Rifle Shooting Meet
Captains Cusis and Lord of the have .before you that there is one cleaner in Ann
local R.O.T.C4, unit will conduct a
ricesArbor who takes a personal interest in each article
Iran. Gold medals will go to the
two highest scorers while a .22 cal-
Ade target 'rifle will be awarded in
itin tothe highest man by the brought to them .
~O.T.C.Department.
WANT ADS PAY GREENE'S have been the choice of Michigan
students in other years and there are many reasons
why they will be again this year.
Food in
Ann Arbor"
-they all say this CAH CARDS FOR
Why? Beacuse we
buy orgly the finest in
meats and vegetables. AT GREENE'S YOU RECEIVE "CASH AND CARRY"

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Any kind of steak, PRICES ON DELIVERED GOODS.
chop and speialties-
a Ia carte.
"No matter the color of the article, Greene is the.best
LUNCHEON 406
DINNERS.. 50c for Cleaning and Pressing"
550
MEAL Phone Phone
TICKET3 3
FOR, 2 323 1
$5001 1'CI
What prices! We only CLEANERS AND DYERS
ask you to try us once
-then you'll always be 516 EAST LIBERTY
a customer.
HARRY G. KIPKE---Proprietors---A. E. GREENE
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