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THE MIG IGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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utramural Department

Launches Summer 'Sports For All' Program

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SPORTS ENTRY BLANK
Intramural Sprts Department
Alls men students are eligible for competition in the following
sports., Check on the list below the sports in which you wish to
participate.
No Entry Fee Is Required,
The Intramural Sports Department will make drawings and sched-
ules, furnish equipment needed for team sports, and provide officials
for the contests where necessary. Notification of opponent and time
of play will be mailed to each participant.

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Handball Doubles
Horseshoe Singles
Horseshoe Doubles

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Please indicate partner's name in space below doubles entries.
Name ..................Address.. .................Phone ......
Mail or bring this blank to R. W. Webster, Supervisor of Intramural
Sports, Intramural Sports Bldg.., Ferry Field. All entries close at 5 p.m.,
Thursday, July 26.
Ten Courses Plus Tournament
Make District 'Golfer's Dream',

Tennis Players
May Enter Two
Tourneys Here
Tennis fans enrolled in the Sum-
mer Session will battle for the cam-
pus championship July 11 when the
Intramural Sports Department opens
its annual summer tennis tourna-
ment.
Entrants will vie for ribbons sig-
nifying. singles and doubles cham-
pionships on the 34 clay and con-
crete courts at Ferry Field, avail-
able for play all summer.
Raquets and balls must be fur-
nishod by individual players, each
entrant being required to provide
two new balls for the first match.
Last years winners were J. F.
Thompson in singles and Thompson
and Al Orian in doubles.
Municipal Courts Available
The Ferry Field courts, as well as
the 12 municipal courts in Burns
and West parks, are open for play at
all hours during fair weather. On.
rainy days four indoor courts are
available in the main gymnasium of
the Intramural Building.
No reservations, are issued for
courts during the summer months.
Novice Tourney Planned
Both men and women Summer
Session students are eligible to com-
pete in the Ann Arbor Novice Tennis
Tournament being' sponsored in the
early part of July by the Ann Arbor
News.
The tournament is for novice play-
ers residing in the county who are
residents of Michigan. The require-
ments are that entrants must not
have won a college letter, major
championship, city championship or
major tournament in tennis. All
entrants must be inhabitants of
Michigan and must be residing in
the county this summer.
Entries for the tournament will
close Monday, July 3, and the first
round will be played starting Thurs-
day, July 6. No entry fees are 're-
quired, although players are asked
to furnish new balls for the matches.
Entry blanks are available either
from the Ann Arbor News or at the
Moe Sports Shop opposite the cam-
pus.
The champion and runner-up will
meet champions from similar tourna-

Teams To Vie
For Intramural
Baseball Title
Each Group To Play Twice
A Week; 'World Series,
Will DecideChampions
From 8 to 16 teams are expected
to battle it out twice a week on
South Ferry Field this summer for
the mythical softball championship
of tl e Summer Session.
Teams will be entered in leagues,
with league winners to meet in a
"world's series" at the end of the
summer. All men students are eli-
gible for the games and may either
enter their own teams or may sign
up to be placed on teams to be or-
ganized by the Intramural depart-
ment. A meeting to organize the
teams and the leagues will be held
at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, June 29. All
managers must enter their teams by
then, and allunattached players will
be assigned to teams at that time.
Games will be played at 4:15 p.m.
twice a week on South Ferry Field.
Schedules will be sent out to team
managers, who are encouraged to
check and make sure that their op-
ponents know of the games. Equip-
ment can be obtained from the lock-
er room office in the Intramural
Building at no charge.
Last year's winners included the
"Profs" in the American League, the
"Tigers" in the National League, and
the "Has Beens" in the International
League. R. Bandlow, W. Frost and
D. Hunn were the three managers
respectively.
Bicyclists Are Warned
Ann Arbor police are tightening
up on bicyclists who ride two on a
bike, do not have lighted headlamp
and reflector glass or lighted tail lamp
and have not acquired a city license,
according to Acting Chief Norman
E. Cook.
ments being held in Grand Rapids,
Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Jackson, Bay
City, Saginaw and Flint. All matches
will be singles matches.

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Ten Events Listed
For Swim Program
Informal competition in ten dif-
ferent events will make up the only
organized program in swimming to
be offered this summer and will last
through July and the first part of
August.
An All-around Champion will be
crowned on the basis of all the
events, and individual champions
and runners-up will be determined
for the separate competitions. Events
will be held at 4:30 p.m. Mondays

Klonskl in the top flight and Clar-
ence Nauhas in the lower.
The University Golf Course, con-
structed in 1930, boasts one of the
finest lay-outs in the nation. Stu-
dents and faculty enrolled in the
Summer Session may follow the ball
over its 18 rolling fairways for 50
cents per round-a fee far below
maintainance costs.
Nearby public links also include
the Washtenaw Country Club, a
state championship course; Loch Al-
pine, the municipal course, and Sta-
dium Hills. Private clubs include
Barton Hills Country Club, Huron
Hills Country Club and the Ann Ar-
bor Golf and Outing Club.
Inverness and Lakelands, outlying
courses, offer diversion to those who
seek to combine golf with picnics
and outings.
Players and neophytes who wish
to polish up their strokes in private
may practice on the indoor ranges in
the basement of the Intramural
Sports Building .or in the fields ad-
joining the football stadium.

and Wednesdays for five weeks at
the Intramural Pool, with one event
completed each day.
Competition will be held in the 25-
yard free style race; the 25-yard
back stroke; 256.yard breast stroke;
50-yard free style; 50-yard back
stroke; 50-yard breast stroke; 100-
yard ;free style; 75-yard medley re-
lay; the plunge for distance; and
diving. Entries may be made in any
or all of the events.
The Intramural Pool will be open
for informal swimming from 10:30
a.m. to 12 noon and from 3 to 6
p.m. every day except Sundays and
holidays.

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