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December 15, 1957 - Image 16

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Michigan Daily, 1957-12-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,

ichigan Ticket Manager

Posseses Many

this to say. "There is a great de-
mand for tickets to hockey games
with Michigan State, Michigan
Tech and the Detroit Red Wings.
There are only 400 reserved seats
for hockey games and they cost
$1.50 apiece." The remaining 3300
seats which cost 60 cents apiece go
on sale the morning of the game.
Another important task which
keeps Don busy in the fall is the
organizing of' the Michigan sta-
dium staff. Hiring of gatemen and
ticket takers, arranging for Boy
Scout ushers and an adequate po-
lice force are some of the duties
which keep him on the run.
Hectic Football Saturday
There are several other factors
which make a football Saturday
even more hectic for Don. There is

the first aid station which treats
about 20 patients a game. Heart
attacks happen quite often at
football games (two people died at
games this year). Thus, ambu-
lances are kept on duty at the
stadium. Another use for the am-
bulances is the transportation of
about-to-be mothers from the sta-
dium to the hospital.
Return Footballs
Commenting on the problem of
returning footballs to the field of
play after ,the extra point kick,
Don had this to say, "It's the ath-
letic department's policy to have
the ball returned to the field. One
reason for this policy is that if
keeping the ball was permitted a
large crowd would gather back of
the goal posts to fight for the

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MAKE IT A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS
WITH THE FINEST SEASON SPECIALS
FROM THE MUSIC CENTER
HANDEL'S MESSIAH . . . . . . . . $9.30
BACH: BRANDENBURG CONCERTI . $5.98
1. (complete)
THE MUSIC CENTER ... 300 South Thayer
Phone NO 2-2500 or NO 3-7200 Just West of Hill Auditorium

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