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PEM Offers 'Off-Duty'
Sports Agenda By Experts

Hooking or slicing? Mr. How-
ard Leibee, director of Physical
Education for Men, guarantees
that he has the answer to. your
sports' problems in the most com-
prehensive program ever under-
taken by PEM.
Although Mr. Leibee admits
that physical fitness is still a
primary objective of PEM, the
emphasis is not on calisthenics
,but on the development of skill
in the individual. The whole pro-
gram is centered around the
needs, interests, and desires of
students or faculty interested in
physical education.
The department offers an op-
portunity to become proficient
OP a spa i through actual com-
petition so that the skill can
be carried later into recreational
activity.
Look at the courses on the
agenda, then take your pick!
Bert Katzenmeyer, golf coach,
) 'til has openings in his classes
for wihfiil linksters. The driving
nets are up in the gym and ex-
pert instruction is offered in grip,
stance, and swing. As soon as the
University course is opened the
class will take to the fairways.
Fencing, emphasizing the use of
its terminology, weapons, and sci-
ence, is under the direction of
Richard Sieswerda.
Newt Loken is giving instruc-
tion in morning gymnastic
classes. Trampoline fanciers can
do all the bouncing they want
in a special class featuring that
piece of apparatus.
Weight-lifting has taken a tre-
mendous boom since the war and
now is an outstanding PEM ac-

tivity. Its excellent possibilities as
a corrective measure for muscular
deficiency and all-around bene-
fits make it the type of course
that tle participant can take
home with him.
PEM's classroom course,
Sports Survey, is designed to
acquaint students with the
theories, techniques, and prac-
tices of various sports.
Ice-skaters and swimmers in
beginning or advanced stages can
enroll for instruction in morning
sections.
Fly and bait casting will be
offered to the fishermen in an
eight week course beginning in
the second half of the semester.
Tennis and softball will also
>.ake an appearance when the
weather becomes more clement.
And if you still haven't found a
:port of your choosing, vacaencies
a:c still open in the badminton,
;ketball, boxing, and wrestling
clashes.
The principal feature of all
these courses is that they depend
upon personal instruction by ex-
perts to sell them. PEM has out-
lined what it has to offer and in-
vites veterans, upper-classmen,
and faculty members to take ad-
vantage of its equipment and in-
struction at Waterman Gym.

'M' Bids For
AAU, Fonville
For New Mark
With the Michigan AAU meet
on tap for Yost Field House Fri-
day night, track coach Ken
Doherty put his thinclads through
a series of time trials yesterday, in
preparation for the affair which
is expected to be the most color-
ful in its history.
The Wolverine mentor was
hinting at a new field house rec-
ord for his star shot putter
Charlie Fonville who last Satur-
day night set a new world's in-
door mark with a heave of al-
most three feet better than the
existing record for the Michigan
arena.
In commenting on the way in
which this year's squad was shap-
ing up, Doherty remarked that his
boys were coming along well and
were turning in some remarkable
performances in a few events but
that the team as a whole cannot
be considered the top contender
for the Big Nine crown.
The Wolverine mentor added
however that in the history of the
great Michigan teams of the past
fifteen years it has been the abil-
ity to take a large number of
thirds and fourths that has won
the Wolverines many of its Con-
ference crowns.

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Swim Title Bid Opens

Michigan swimming fans will
get their first glimpse of the Wol-
verine natators in Conference
competition this Saturday at 31

p.m. when they meet Purdue's
Boilermakers in the I-M pool.
With the reminder "31 days un-
til the, conference championships"
chalked up on the I-M blackboard,
Matt Mann had his team working
against the clock in anticipation
of the coming campaign and
quest for the Big Nine title.
Purdue's hopes will rest on the
shoulders of Keith Carter who
Michigan State's coach, Charles
McCaffree, rates "as one of the
greatest free-stylers in college
competition today."

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Piano (woman), Speech-Dramat-
ics, Homemaking, Spanish, Li-
brarian, and Elementary grades.
For appointments call Miss Briggs,
3-1511 Ext. 489, or callEat the Bu-
reau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information, 201 Mason
Hall.
Bureau of Appointments and Oc-
cupational Information, 201
Mason Hall
The Square D Company will
have a representative here Febru-
ary 16, to interview electrical, me-
chanical and industrial engineers
for a student training program,
directed toward headquarters ap-
plication and field engineering
work associated with lighting and
power distribution equipment, as
well as electric motor control.
Training will begin in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. There are also open-
ings in their Detroit office for en-
gineering and manufacturing op-
erations. For complete informa-
tion and appointments, call exten-
sion 371.
Bowling-Women's Athletic Bldg.
The bowling alleys will be open
for women and their guests at the
following hours:
Afternoons (until February 19)
-Monday through Friday,3:30-
5:30
Evenings (until further notice)
-Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
7:30-9:30; Friday, 7:30-11:00
Special parties will be consid-

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