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ER 25, 14 THE M C ICIIGAN D A LY

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Fall Sports
WillUsherhIn
New I-M Year
Competitioin Will Include
Five Classes; All-Campus
Tourneys Approaching
The fall athletic program of the
Intramural department will again
take on an all inclusive aspect with
the announcement by Earl Riskey,
director, that a thirty-two sport pro-
gram similar to that of last year,
will be continued. The competition
will fall into five divisions, as in prev-
ious years. They are: All-Campus,
Cosmopolitan (foreign students),
Faculty, Fraternity, and Independent.
The All-Campus competition which
includes such fall sportss a golf,ten;-
nis, Sigma Delta :Psi, soccer, cross
country, and squash is always popular
and is probably the most patronized
division. Competition for All-Campus
honors is particularly keen in basket-
ball, hockey and softball. The All-
Campus golf tournament drew a large
field last spring and saw several ding-
dong matches before Dick Lutz of Chi
Phi captured the title.
The Chi Phi hockey, team annexed
the All-Campus crown in the Varsity'
Arena, last March after the most bit-
terly contested hockey season in All-
Campus history, playing a hundred
and ten minutes of scoreless hockey
with Lambda Chi Alpha before
emerging victorious.
The foreign students will compete
this fall in tennis, code-ball, and.
soccer. The faculty program includes
golf,, tennis,, and volley ball. Inde-;
pendent men may compete, in touch'
football, cross country, and volley-
ball, while the I-M department, offers
speedball, cross country, volleyball,
handball, dual swimming and water
polo to competing fraternities.
The Intramural building will be
open from 8:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. in.
daily except Sunday while the pool
will be open from 3 p. m. till 5:30 p.
m. The building will, however, be
closed while football games are being
played in the stadium.
Lockers are available to both stu-
dents and faculty members at a cost
of $2.50 per school year.
A Select Line of FALL
HABERDASHERY
Awaits You!

Coach Doherty Issues
Call For'38 Tirackmren
With cross-country not included
on the fall sports program, Coaches
Chuck Hoyt and Ken Doherty are
planning a fall track program for
freshman and Varsity squads.
The program will be continued
for at least three weeks, depending
on weather conditions, and will be
climaxed by a freshman-Varsity
meet.
All freshmen interested in track
and cross-country are asked to re-
port to Coach Ken Doherty at Yost
Field House any afternoon this
week.
Danl Met "giti
o etire s
VandyCoach
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 24. -(P)
-Daniel Earl McGugin, the "grand
old man of Southern football" Satur-
day announced his retirement as head
football coach at Vanderbilt Univer-
sity at the close of the current season.
Coming to Vanderbilt fresh from
graduation as a member of Mich-
igan's "point-a-minute" teams, Mc-
Gugin will round up 30 years of coach-
ing this fall. He will have a hand in
Vanderbilt's sports, however, retain-
ing the position of athletic director,
a job which he took over 12 years ago,
but to which he has been unable to
give much attention due to his foot-
ball activities.
McGugin's teams at Vanderbilt
have won 193 games, tied 19 and lost
52. There has been no announcement
as to his successor.
McGugin, who is a brother-in-law
of Director of Athletics Fielding H.
Yost, was a member of Yost's original
point-a-minute teams.
TO YOU MEN
Who Don't Wear Garters
Here's a garter that's guaari-
teed comfortable-Your money
refunded if you don't agree.
Mira;le Elastic
PARIS GARTERS
Come in today select a pair,
Wwear them a week. If you don't
think they are more comfort-
able to wear than going garter-
less; if you don't feel they give
a neater appearance - return
the garters and we'll refund
your50c

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Get in trim for your classes,
and keep in trim through
the year.
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South University at East University

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Shades, Cords & Sockets - All Types.
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