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f-l Plans Summer
)LLEGE SPORTS ROUNDUP: New
Minnesota Wins NCAA Baseball Title

coaches in the seven team Western
Intercollegiate Hockey League,
there apparently will still be three
Michigan alumni among the men-
tors next season.
Ex-Wolverine Neil Celley of the
1949-50-51 squads has been re-
placed at Denver by Murray Arm-
strong who headed the Regina St.
Pats of the Canadian Western
Junior Amateur League for the
past nine years. Celley's Denver
team tied for fifth in the WIHL
with North Dakota last year.
The Nodaks also have a new
coach for the coming year. Al Ren-
frew, a four year hockey letter-
man at Michigan and a teammate
of Celley in 1949, has resigned his
post at Michigan Tech to take over
at North Dakota.
Renfrew, a brother-in-law of
Michigan Coach Vic Heyliger, had
his best year as coach of Tech this
past winter when he guided the
Huskies to their first NCAA playoff
berth in the tournament won by
the Wolverines. He replaces Cliff
"Fido" Purpur at North Dakota.
Another Michigan star of the
late '40's, Conrad Hill, has been
unofficially announced as Ren-

frew's successor at Michigan Tech.
Hill served as captain of the
Wolverines for three years in 1946-
47-48 and was a member of the '49
squad with Renfrew and Celley.
Heyliger, who coached Renfrew,
Hill and Celley, continues at the;
Michigan helm as the third ex-
Wolverine puckster in the WIHL
coaching ranks.
As the most successful of all
collegiate hockey coaches, HeyligerI
has led Michigan into the NCAA
playoffs every year since their,
inception in 1948.
Ice Skatintg Session
Michigan State has attracted 15
amateur ice skating champions to
its eighth annual summer ice skat-
ing session which began last Sat-
urday.
World champion Carol Heiss is
the most outstanding of the 150
skaters attending the session that
runs to August 19.
The 16-year-old Miss Heiss' sis-
ter, Nancy, 1955 national junior
ladies champion, and their broth-
er, Bruce, 1956 eastern junior
men's champion, are also on hand
for the session. a

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I-M Schedule,
Co-Rec Nights
Co-Ree Night, the evening set
aside each week for men and wom-
en to make use of the I-M sports
facilities together, has been sched-
uled for Wednesday-s this sum-
mer-
Beginning tomorrow evening, Co-
Rec Nights will be held at the I-M
Building every Wednesday from
7:30 to 10 p.m.

Five sports are being included
in this summer's regularly organ-
ized intramural program and a
call has been made for participants
to sign up at the I-M Building this
week.
Earl Riskey, director of the I-M
program, has announced that soft-
ball leagues are being formed from
teams that have already been es-
tablished. However, there are still
many openings for other teams.
Complete teams and individuals
who would like to be placed on
organized teams are urged to regis-
ter at the I-M Building early this
week. League action will begin
the end of this week or the begin-
ning of next week.
Games in Evenings
All games will begin at 6:30 p.m.
and will be played on South Ferry
Field behind the Sports Building.
Teams will play one or two games
per week and playoffs will be ar-
ranged to determine I-M summer
softball champions near the end
of this school session. Over 30
teams participated last year.
Entries for golf and tennis tour-
naments which will soon be sched-
uled are also being signed up at
the I-M Building now. The build-
ing is open from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p~m.
Monday through Fridayt;;is
closed Saturday and Sunday.
Basketball planned
Even basketball has its place in
the summer sports program. Ris-
key is planning to set up a cage
league if enough players are inter-
ested. They, too, should report
to the I-M Building.
The schedule for use of the very
popular I-M swimming pool has
also been announced. It is open
for the faculty from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sons of faculty members
may use the pool from 2:30 to 3:30
p.m From 3:30 to 5:30 it is open
for general use by students.
Besides the regularly organized
sports activity, the intramural de-
partment also affords facilities for
individuals in weight lifting, pad-
dleball, squash, handball, horse-
shoes, badminton, fencing and
gymnastics.

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