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V, JUNE 28, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Summer

Eight Weeks of Fun in Dozen
Sports on Deck for Students

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The University's tremendous in-
tramural athletic program, with
individual and league play in more
than a dozen different sports, gets
under way next week with activi-
ties scheduled to run through the
entire eight-week session.
Rod Grambeau, in charge of the
summer IM program, announced
yesterday that entries in indivi-
dual and team tournaments are
being accepted at the sports build.-
ing in person or by phone all this
week.
FIRST BIG EVENT on the hot
weather schedule is co-recreation
night which will take place this
Friday evening from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
under the supervision of Coach
Newt Loken. Co-rec nights will be
held every Friday evening at the
IM building for the rest of the
summer.
Organized play in softball,
basketball and volleyball for
teams, and individual tourna-
ments in badminton, handball,
paddleball, squash, tennis, and
golf will begin after the Inde-
pendence Day holiday. Howev-
er, Grambeau emphasized the
fact that the sports building will
be open from 9:00 a.m. until
5:30 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day, and from 9:00 until 11:30
a.m. on Saturday for those stu-
dents who want to avail them-
selves of its extensive facilities
before that time.
Grambeau pointed out that
summer session students and fa.
culty are always welcome to work
out at the TM Building regardless
of whether they are signed up for
organized activities. Besides equip-
ment for engaging in the above-
named sports, Grambeau said that

weight-lifting, fencing and gym-
nastics apparatus would be avail-
able.
THE IM SWIMMING pool will
be open Monday through Friday
from 2 to 5:30 p.m. for students,
and from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
on the same days for faculty mem-
bers. Under the supervision of
Dennis Rigan, the swimming pro-
gram will be highlighted by a
Students interested in offi-
ciating at softball games for
the Intramural summer sports
program should contact Ed
Olds, IM field representative, at
the Intramural Sports Building.
meet to be, held during the fifth
week of the session with competi-
tion in the breast stroke, back
stroke, free style and individual
medley events.
Varsity Coach Bert Katzen-
meyer will head the golf pro.
gram and will conduct match,
medal and faculty tournaments.
Coach Katzenmeyer will also
handle basketball and volley ball
activities.
Softball play will be climaxed by
an all-star game booked for the
end of the season. Don Robinson
will supervise play every afternoon
from Monday through Thursday.
Students who do not wish to
participate in team play may con-
tact Coach Loken who is in charge
of all individual tournaments and
sign up for the solo sports. Gram-
beau advised early registration for
all phases of the intramural pro-
gram in anticipation of one of the
most athletically eventful sum-
mers in recent years.

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