THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
same source also. The club has here-
* tofore received liberal student support,
but if it is an accessory to thin unmer-
fublished Daily (Sundays excepted) during ited besmirching of the University's
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, reputation, it needs immediate purifica-
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MANAGING EDITOR The Tennis Tournament.
J. F. THOMAs, 00 L.
BUSINESS iANAGEB The second dual tennis tournrament
O. H. HANs,'00 L. with Chicago was begun on the courts
EDITORS yesterday afternoon, and although Chi-
RS, B. SKILLaIAi, '58 L., Athletics.
F. 0.. GEissKILLAN,. ,D HPDNUTT, ' sago had all the best of it the itichigan
T. R. WooDiow, '98 F. ENGELHARD, '98. players still have a chance to break
F. D. EAMAN,'00 R. S. DANFORTH,'98 even and repeat last year's perform-
P. W. JoNEs, '9o. C. H. LUND, '00 M. ance. Herrick was the only 1tligan
A. H. McDOUALL, '0 E.
man to win his match and played a
clever game. The McQuisten brothers,
Chicago's stars, are new men on their
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The Ntew York Voice article is at-I
tracting more attention than such a
mass of slime deserves. The entire
tennis team but experienced players,
and our champion team will have trou-
ble in winning the doubles. The play
in nearly all the matches was close and
more exciting than the score shows,
and the best playing of the afternoon
was undoubtedly seen in the doubles.
0. McQuisten won from Danforth
HerricR woe from P. McQuisten c-6,
New Phone 43,
106 East Huron Street
write-up is a collection of disconnected Gottlieb won from Ripley 6-2, 6-3.
Bla kweld-rcn fro MP A7 -0
incidents, and these exceptions the
Voice holds up as the rule. No same
person would expect to find a total ab-
sence df drinking, immorality, or gam-
bling in a heterogeneous multitude of
over three thousand students from all
parts of the country, 'and with every
shade of previous training. And no
sane persons will hope to see these
conditions entirely eliminated imme-
diately. There are some black sheep
in every fDock, but any fair person ac-
quainted with the facts will admit that
conditions here are as good, if not bet-
ter, than in any educational institution
in the country. Conditions are being
improved steadily, but the surest way
rc weier won from 1vee inu
McQuesten brothers won one set from
Herrick and Danforth 0-6.
Harvey and Wilber 'won one set from.
Gottlieb and Blackwelder 6-3, and lost
one to the same team 4-6.
The unfinished matches were played
off this morning.
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