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Y, JUNE 27, 1938

THF MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Department

Presents Complete Recreational Program

aiikees Trounce Tigers, 10-3;
Cincy Reds Split With Phillies

Largest

Intramural Athletic Plant In The World

DETROIT, June 26.-(P)-The New
ork Yankees slugged out a 10-3 vic-
ry over the Detroit Tigers today,
nd the six-hit pitching of Monte
earson ended the Tigers' home-run
reak that had threatened to set a
ew major league record for hom-
rs in consecutive games.
The Yankees batted Vernon Ken-
edy to cover in the seventh, and
Thistling Jake Wade finished.
The Yanks scored two ir the
,urth, Bill Dickey bringing in Joe
i Maggio with a pop single and
lash Gordon scoring Dickey with a
ngle. In the sixth Dickey doubled,
rid, coming in on Monte Pearson's

bounder to Kennedy, was safe at the
plate when York dropped the ball.
PHILADELPHIA, June 26.--(P)--
The Phillies and Reds divided a
double-header here today before 8,-
500 fans. The Phils won the first
game,' 10-3, behind the steady pitch-
ing of Claude Passeau who stuck to
the finish despite 14 Red hits. Cin-
cinnati took the second game, 8-5,
Paul Derringer's tenth victory of the
year.
Lonnie Frey, of the Reds, and Bax-
ter Jordan of the Phillies, each had
eight hits during the day while Klein.
I Weintraub and Craft hit homers.

Men Students'
May Compete
In Team Play
Non-Competitive Activities
Also On Summer Lists;
Instruction Available
The Intramural Department of the.
University will conduct, this summer
for the 11th time in the history of the
Summer Session, an extensive pro-
gram of intramural athletics and ac-

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Triopical
Worsteds
for
HOT WEATHER

The University of Michigan's Intramural Building, shown above from the Ferry Field side, is the largest
building of its kind in the United States, and will house a complete program of sports for students in the
present Summer Session. Its entrance is located on Hoaver Avenue just west of South State Street, four blocks
from. the campus.

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I t makes you
Cool....
Calm . .
,Comfortable
1650 to 3500

A COOL DINING ROOM
BEST QUALITY OF FOOD
EXCELLENT COOKiNG'
at
"sheVja u n ted Goave rnA
417 East Huron Street. Phone 7781
LUI4CIIEONS 11:30-1:30 DINNERS 5:30-7:30
40c 50c 6c 85 60c 75c 85c $1.25
SUNDAY DINNERS 12:30-7:30 75c $1.00 $1.25

In The Majors

tivities.
The program will include both
team and individual play in tennis,
squash, swimming, playground ball,
golf, handball, horseshoes and other
games adapted to mid-summer play
for which there is a sufficient de-
mand. In addition to these, there
also will be a number of non-com-
petitive physically beneficial and rec-
reational activities.
Facilities Offered
The Board in Control of Physical
Education has offered all the fa-
cilities of Ferry Field, South Ferry
Field, and the Intramural Sports
Building for the use of Summer Ses-
sion students. This makes avail-
able about 50 acres of playground
space, upon which are tennis courts,
running tracks, and baseball dia-
monds.
Included among the advantages to
be found indoors in the Intramural
Building are 14 regulation handball
courts, 13 regulation squash courts,
a 35 by 75 foot swimming pool, a'
boxing room, a wrestling room, and
a fencing room.
Sign At I-M
All students and' faculty men who
are interested in participating in any
of these -activities should sign up at,
or telephone to, the office of the
Intramural Sports Building some-
time during the first week of school.
Schedules will be drawn up, team
equipment furnished, and officials
provided by the Department of In-
tramural Sports,
Winners in official competition will
be awarded Intramural ribbons al-
;hough both winners and runners-up
of the various tournaments and
team events may purchase, at cost
through the department, the official

Summer Plans
Of Sailing Club
Are Announced
Special rates will be extended to
summer school students who wish to
join the Michigan Sailing Club, it
was announced yesterday by Dave
Roach. '38E, former commodore of
the club. Both non-member and
member rates will be extended for
the Summer Session, he stated.
The club headquarters will be at a
cove on the south end of Whatmore
Lake where the Dresent fleet owned
by the club will be anchored. The
fleet consists of three dinghies, one
of which is privately owned but has
been lent to the club, and a sloop.
There will be instructions given to
new members in sailing and in rac-
ing, it was announced, and tentative
plans are being made to schedule
races during the summer. The races
will probably take. place on Sundays
for the convenience of clubaoembrs
and will probably be open to the pub-
lic.
ERates will be $2 for regular mem-
bers for the.Summer Session and $5
for non-member summer school stu-
dents who wish to belong. This $5
will apply on the $10 entrance fee in
case the individual decides to enter
the club in the fall.
Those interested in joining the club
are asked to contact Roach at 4850
or Dave Beach at 22491 both for in-
formation about the club and to
pay membership fees.
intramural medal, cup, statuette, or
plaque.
For those who desire It, instruction
in handball, squash, swimming, bad-
minton and archery will be offered.
The Intramural Building will be
open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily ex-
cept Sundays and holidays. The pool
will be available from 10:30 a.m. to
12 noon and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
every day except Sundays alia holi-
days.
The fee for the use of the Tntra-
mural Building will be $2.00 for the
summer for students and faculty
members ,with a 50 cent refund upon
the return of the lock and towel.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Cleveland .............37
New York.............34
Boston......... ....33
Washington..........34
Detroit. ... ...32
Philadelphia ..........26
Chicago ....... ...20
St. Louis.... .....19

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York ..........37
Cincinnati ............34
Chicago ...............35
Pittsburgh.... . ..31
Boston .......,.......27,
St. Louis ....... . ...26.
Brooklyn,. ..,.........25;
Philadelphia..16

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