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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
an f omen To i itness Athletic Demonstration
n w n' te s Ah lt i G i l G f i t ;, { { a h l t i P o g a mclu b s an d racq u ets m ay be ch eck ed_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
uts Former Sports Editor Reviews Athletic Program ugaaaug~e
Form r Sp rts dito Rev ewsat the building during the tour of
F r F hinspection and baseball games.
lorieOf P ast Gri Seasons The schedule for the recreational
_____________ Iitram ra Pt program for men follows:
SIntraral P lTuesday-Groups 12-19 inclusive;
s(Continued from Page 9) memories. Harry Newman again, 29-37 inclusive; 52-55 inclusive.
igan victories. Far from the polished throwing passes, running back punts, (Continued from Page 9) Wednesday - Groups 1-11 inclu-
directing the play, darting off-tackle, dividual tournaments in all other sive; 20, 21, and 27; 38-40 inclusive.
ncipa player he later became, he showed piloting the Maize and Blue to it sports on the program. This hour Thursday - Groups 22-26 inclu-
W~i11 for the first time the form that was third straight Conference title. But will be at 5:00 p. m. on each of the sive; 28; 41-51 inclusive.
destined to make him one of the he couldn't do it alone. first , three days of the organized ___
game's great stars. Jack Wheeler, too, He needed help and he got it from schedule. Friday and Saturday the
was astonishingly brilliant, the real those grand ends, Captain Ivy Wil Idig willrbe open for nformal
star of a team that boasted other liamson and Tedu of fresh men d co-
men on Petoskey, from tinuation of the tournaments al-
men such as Captain Jim "Ducky" Whitey Wistert .ready begun during the preceding
Simra,"Doc" Morrison, and Bud from Chuck Be- part of the week.
at their Poorman. nard, and the The high-lights of the Orientation Approved b
eshman Coach Kipke led the Wolverines others. It was program include fencing and tennis y
n staff to another tie for the title in 1931, another grand under the direction of Coach John All Ann Arbor
Lbers of this time with Northwestern and t e a m t h a t Johnstone, golf under coach Ray
ociation Purdue. One defeat was suffered, brought forth its.Courtright, swimming under Matt A distinctive restaurant
>rogram from Ohio State, but the Maize and quota of thrills Mann, and wrestling under Cliff for Ann Arbor. Boesky's
y after- Blue came back fighting to over- before the cur- Keen, all Varsity mentors. food prepared in their own '
come hicag, IllnoisPrinctoninimitable style has earned Gta
come Chicago, Illinois, Princeton, tain was rung In addition to this list, competi- it the title of "distinctive dGt a
various Indiana, Michigan State and Minne- down on the last tion will take pace in badminton, deliciousess One visit
i Inter- sota. The last five mentioned aver- day of the sea- bowling, boxing, codeball, gymnastics, will convince you that this surrou
outdoor aged only one first down a game son. NEWMAN handball, horseshoes, rifle-shooting, unique restaurant is Ann
of the against the defensively powerful Yes, there have squash, and volleyball. Arbor's choice dining room. your N
law, of- Wolverines. been thrills a-plenty in the last five All playing equipment will be fur-
Ls sport Newman fell back to the sidelines years, and there have been stars ga- nished by the Intramural department OP E N I NG to cor
stumes, that year, but his place was ably lore wearing the blue of Michigan. with the exception of tennis racquets FEATURE
taken by the equally brilliant Bill What will this season bring in the and golf clubs. Participants are re- CUait
to se- Hewitt, by Captain Solly Hudson, way of thrills and players to add to quested to wear old clothes and gym $550 Meal Tickets
esenta- and Stan Fay. In the line William- these Wolverine memories? shoes, personal equipment such as Regularly Sold at $5.00vi
instrate son was good, while "Doc" Morrison--
cham- richly earned his Priced at $4.50
ent the great award - a THE DOW
berth on Grant-
land Rice's All- Serving:
11 startmera at center Breakfast, Luncheon, and
n who Dinner Combinations
x have Hewitt's play This label is Look for and a Host of Delicious
henex- against Illinois your protection Of Value this label Sandwiches Made Famous
will always re- by Boesky
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ym e m o r y while designed by Mr. Del Prete. No guesswork here. Call Your Order We Deliver
y haveis 5 7 - y a r d Mr. Del Prete personally fits each man to per-
tration touchdown jaunt fection. 0 Don't start wrong. Make a bee. $ES'/eSe
new- that beat Minne- line to Del Prete's, as hundreds of new and old
WHEELER sota will always students do. 0 You will not be razzed if Delicatessen-Restaurant 309 Sou
Nedra stand as a masterpiece of broken you wear clothes from Del Prete.
o dem- field running. 233 S. State-Facing Liberty
ritation Last year brought more victories, Save by Spending Now
h were triumphs that remain fresher in your
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