The Recreation Advisofy Board has announced support of the 6.67 mili renewal and an additional one mili levy for refurnishing and repairing buildings, sites and equipment on the Ann Arbor school district ballot Monday. Jean Manis, secretary of the advisory board, said passage of the one mili will mean renovation of tennis courts at Pioneer High School, Forsythe and "Tapípan jtfnior high schools, four new courts at Scarlett Middle School and renovation of courts at Huron High school plus three new courts. Money for Clague Middle School's tennis courts comes from the bond budget for the school and for Slauson Middle School's tennis courts from a jrgnovation budget, gfífa
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