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June 30, 1931 - Image 6

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1932.

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. JUNE 30. 1931.

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STRIBLING NEARLY
READY FOR BATTLE
Challenger Finishes His Heavy
Training; May Spar With
TrainersTonight.
GEAUGA LAKE, O., June 29-(IP)
-The polishing of Bill Stribling's
left hand for 15 rounds of joust-
ing against Max Schmeling's right
in the Cleveland municipal stadi-
um Friday night entered the final
stages today.
The southern challenger for the
heavyweight throne may spar a bit
with his training mates Tuesday
night to keep rust from collecting
on his punch and judgment of dis-
tance but the heavy work of prep-
aration for the night before the
fourth celebration ended yester-
day.
The closer the struggle gets, the
more complex are the problems of
the critics who are striving to judge
between the deftness and power of
Stribling's left hand and the might
of Schmeling's right, probably the
shortest and heftiest punch in the
entire heavyweight division. Re-
gardless of the critics' opinions,
however, the first wagers on the
outcome of the title go have made
Stribling and his left hand a 7
to 5 favorite.

NEW INTRAMURAL SPORTS BUILDING WILL BE OPEN
TO MEN STUDENTS ENROLLED IN SUMMER SESSION

BUY A CASH CARD
$6.00 Work for $5.00
CALL AND DELIVER AT CASH
AND CARRY PRICES
GREENE CLEANERS
LANE HALL TAVERN
The Choicest of Wholesome Foods
As Usual -
WE WILL BE OPEN THE ENTIRE
SUMMER
Welcome
SUMMER STUDENTS
Remember it is a mark of distinction to wear well fitted clothes
from Del Prete's, we have been actual tailors at Michigan for
25 years. Here you can buy with confidence. Knowing that you
get thesbest fit, correct styles, honest quality. Yet our prices are
lower than inferior clothes.

For the fourth time in the his-
tory of the University Summer Ses-
sion, a comprehensive program of
intramural athletics and activities
will be conducted under the su-
pervision of Paul R. Washke, form-
er assistant director of Intramural
Athletics at the University. This
program will include competitive
play in such sports as tennis, swim-
ming, playground ball, golf, hand-
ball, horse-shoes, and squash. Tour-

naments will be held in tennis, golf,
horseshoes, handball, and squash.
Trials will be held for Sigma Delta
Psi, national athleitc honorary so-
ciety, and in addition to=these ac-
tivities, a physically beneficial re-
creational program has been plan-
ned.
To further the plan, the Board in
Control of Athletics has offered all
the facilities of Ferry Field, South
Ferry Field, the Yost Field House
and the new Intramural Sports
Building for the use of Summer
Session students. This means that
about 50 acres of playground space,
on which are some 30 tennis courts,
running tracks, and baseball dia-
monds, plus the indoor facilities
which include fourteen regulation
handball courts, 13 regulation
squash racquets courts, a 35 by 75-
foot swimming pool, boxing, wrestl-
ing and fencing rooms, and other
indoor facilities, will be provided.
The swimming pool will be open

daily to men students enrolled in
the Summer Session. Entries in
the tournaments may be made dur-
ing the first week by phoning 8109,
and play will start about July 7.

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