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June 24, 1958 - Image 9

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Softball Tourney To Highlight
I-M Summer Sports Session
x k F planned a full sports program, be-
With the passing of varsity play ginning next week and continuing
from the sports scene, one might until the seventh week of the
expect that Michigan's athletic summer session.
plant rusts in its own inactivity -
during the summer months.Hihgtng t e
But Earl Riskey, director of Highlighting the program will
intramural sports, explains that be a softball tournament, for
such is not the case. Riskey has which team entry blanks can now
be obtained at the I-M Building
Games will be played Monday
Football T1cke through Thursday, beginning at
6:45 p.m. with each team playing
two games per week. There will
Sruers ia Cen be no league division as there was
during the spring. The inde-
Applications for Michigan's six pendent, faculty and fraternity
home football games have been teams will all compete against
mailed to 105,000 prospective each other.
ticket buyers, according to Don Tennis will be another attrac-
Weir, ticket manager. tive tournament. Singles and
Orders are now being accepted, doubles matches will be held, and
as in softball a trophy will be
The schedule will open against awarded the winners. I-M BUILDING
Southern California on Sept. 27, Other tournament games listed -"* opens its doors
and as an added attraction this
date also has been scheduled as are in golf, horseshoes, basketball'Monday through Fidyfo
high school band day when 12,000 volleyball, badminton, paddleball Friday from
youngsters from throughout the and squash. 2pm.
state will participate in the an- Varied Activities There : t 3 m be co-ed recreation
This billowed sail and sleek bow belong to one of the nual event. The I-M Building also offers daysfrom, 730 t 10 un..Wednes-
w boats of the Michigan Sailing Club. There will be an The annual band alumni home- facilities for boxing, fencing, gym- b-
ting this Thursday in the Union at 7:30 p.m. for those coming observance will be fea- nastics, judo, trampolining, weight All University students and staff
I in membership, The Club is co-ed and membership is tured in the half-time show at the lifting and wrestling, members and their friends are
second home appearance of the The building opens its doors at invited to use the facilities. ID
Wolverine squad. Navy will be 8:30 a.m. and closes at 5:30 p.m. cards are required, with a 25c
RIG: here then on Oct. 11. The swimming pool is open charge for guests.
Minnesota will be the Wol-
verines Hmcmigopoeto
fling Club Buys Boats Oct 25, with IowammappearingtNv. Deputies Set
1, followed by Illinois, Nov. 8 and
Indiana on Nov. 15. To Enforce
gan Sailing Club will seaworthy, and easily handled Michigan's three away fromG' FCU E
er's balmy breezes with The commodore of the club, home dates include Michigan U -k
sloop rigged boats. Th__mmdo____hcub__te L w
slp are gge onat Emil Nicolaysen, guarantees all State, Oct. 4, Northwestern, Oct. 11
i are nationally classed prospective sailors a thrilling time 18 and Ohio State, Nov. 22.
ls rigged with a simple and a sound knowledge of sailing All season ticket orders must be The water-born hot rod may be
pop rig. The resulting techniques by the close of the placed by August 10 in order to on the way to extinction accord- Mc DOUGALL'S
rery fast, exceptionally summer. keep priority, Weir said. It also ing to word from the Michigan
The club members get together was pointed out that all home nEwrfo teMhg
weekends at Base-Line Lake 18 games again will start at 1:30 p.m. Water Safety Commission.
smiles from Ann Arbor. Facilities Season tickets for the six home To date, thirty - two counties
there include a boathouse, beach, contests are priced at $24 with box have qualified for state aid for Open: weekdays 'til 6 P.M.,
R esearch picnic and swimming area. Trans- season seats priced at $33. the employment of special deputy Saturdays 'til noon. Featuring
portation will be provided if neces- sheriffs to enforce the new water PICNIC STEAKS
sary by members, . ( safety law. The fund subsidizing
.s Department of Con- An informal regatta will be held Veits the deputies comes from the fees AND SUPPLIES
or Fisheries Research toward summer's end with the V n rfor registering boats
n campus has been other Big Ten schools. The only Many of the provisions of the 1123 S. University
ne fish for valuable in- eligibility requirement for mem- i ish open water safety act resemble sections
bership s that one be able to of the Michigan motor vehicle -
rs can learnthe rate swim. Ken Venturi, one of the top code. They declare illegal the
f a particular species, There will be an open meeting professionals in the United States operation of a boat while under -
aveled, recovery rate Thursday, June 26, in the Union golf circuit, withdrew during the the influence of intoxicating liquor R E NT
nformation. at 7:30 p.m. for all those interest- weekend from the British Open or narcotic drugs, and call for the
anding taggedfish can ed. Everyone is welcome whether championship opening June 30. maintenance of prudent handling TYhPEWRelnIT ER
ie research by sending they are connected with the Uni- The match will be held at St. of boats so as not to endanger the
the institute's office. versity or not. Anne, England. life or property of any person. $5.00 per Month
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