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January 14, 1932 - Image 3

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ppon Gives Squad LastScrimmage for Wild

Gymnasium to Be Thrown Open favorably with the turnouts that
on Saturday for Activities. the fraternities make.
In fact it is the lack of frater-
By Charles A. Sanford nity. influence on freshmen this
year that has contributed a large
Independent activities in intram- number of such men, the bulk of
ural sports need a boost and a tonic which, if as has been the practice
of some sort, so the Intramural De- in the past years, they had been
partment is going to see what they pledged in t \e various houses,
do would be down to play in the Greek
can do with a special get-togetherletter leagues now running.
of Independents at the building The material for the success of
Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 this project is here on the campus
o'clock. The attention of the entire and the Department hopes that the
staff will be turned to this to make Independents will take advantage
I it a success. , of this novel opportunity and get
The bare dutliijes of the plans into the swing of 'mural activities.
rare to throw the entire floorspace
of the basketball courts of the main VARSITY FENCERS
gymnasium over to the gathering.
As those interested in Independent WILL FACE STATE
sports competition show up )they
will be put on teams for basketball Meet With Toledo 'Y' Scheduled
play and assigned courts to warm for Tomorrow Night ilso.
up.frTmro Ngt.lo
Will Play Informal Games. Plans have been definitely con-
When several teams have thus
been selected the directors plan to eluded for two meets for the Mich-
pair them off in games to be played igan fencing team this week-end.
at once to maintain interest and The swordsmen will journey to To-
allow each squad to take a hand ledo tomorrow night to compete
at some teamwork on the court. Af- against the Y. M. C. A. team, and
ter minor adjustments that may be
necessary are made, these teams return to Ann Arbor to meet the
will be summarily named and Michigan State fencers at 7:30
drawn up in a card for tournament o'clock Saturday . evening in the
plearly the object of this en- auxiliary gymnasium of the In-
deavor is to get the large number -tramural Building.
of Independent students on the These two matcnes will conclude
campus who would be willing to the pre-conference .schedule with
compete in the Intramural meets if the Wolverines swinging into ac-
they could get on some team and tion against Chicago on January
get organized, down to the building 23.
so they can have just the oppor- Captain DeStefano and Little will
tunity that they have missed to be seen in the sabre event with
date. , Lovell, Barlow and Myers compet-
Feel Many Are Interested. ing in the foils and winig and Na-
Although there are sixteen teams hrgang in the epee matches. One
already entered in the Independ- man in each class will be selected
ent basketball meets and half of to represent Michigan in the Big
the. first rounI matches have been Ten meets, where only three man
played off, the Department feels teams are used. Later in the sea-
that there are again as many men son the Maize-and-Blue fencers
that may be organized to make a will meet Michigan State in a re-
tournament that will compare more 1 turn battle at East Lansing.
Clearance Sale.
Startling Reductions on Society Brand
and other good makes.
Suits and Overcoats
At 1-3 Off
Sale Starts Friday, January 15th



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