THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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J. F. TOMAS, 97.
AS'T MANAGING EDITOR
E. L. Geissin, '8 L.
H1. B. SsceeoMAa, '95t,..
. H. HANS, '98
F. S. SIMoS, '95 1. A. CASienL, 'I.
F. A. PoeK, '55 E. A. Csrsmo, '5.
G. ID. HUowoa, 't. T. R. WOODOW, '9.0
fULeUnAMB, '0. -G D. Jtawiws '99 M
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Mccii of the ethuiasmi displayed
at the track mcc, Sauday o L t.e
college spirit ill evilcos'e when Ite
traim lft for Ithaca, Friay niglt,
was due to Ite pci'oi'lil of lie Uii-
Velsily blnd. Stia ani 'rgiia.iov
Irlnbg beetsdecod'dere endt cl mi
tba a good one has coeiii' t sboldlht
lo^ eicouagcd to stiet. Tile 1001
toato its sevices to ilic vcious
organiziicn10s for which it ply,an1
itsi disiintecestedness is iaotherc c-
sooifar giing i liber'al sopport. i'ni-
focms act' badly needed'i just issy ad
iii" only sway the nooss , aolitib
ran be scured is tinunit c lvclary
cirle ios-. Sbs:-ipil 'ilist am
binig cicculatedl by tic.'plavos''and11a
liii: al resollnse sold i s theic f-
Results and Scores of Saturday's
The iqualiy f tenis oin thIlicnf tg
caamiis~onolip gailoo r is ictr :a
the tounanmnent nas is clos. The
sily matschiin siigi liplayed wsaai
the inscing etwen Danfori. and
tunub, ini which te forisecswowhiti
ease. Lamib plsayei too rcrefuliiaid
easy a gamle, using lithle stccgh;
while Denforthi was swifter aid more
dashing in his -style.
The' first match ini duhles'- 505ii.
the''preliminary rund, Harvey aiis
Elerrick against ,Dantforth and Lamb.
Int the first set Harvey cd tIle;i'sk
had the scoe 5-3 fin their favor. Ae
this point Dnforths and Lanmb braceo]
up, winning four sright gaies and
therehby the set. The'scood set oten
ed poorly foe the former, chapions;
Danforh and Achb bad the' set 'well
in haind from the start and won by
this final sre of 6-3. Tils gave them
The only other contet of the day
was. in the seifinals of the doubles;
Ruissel and Ripley were matched
againlst the winners of the mrnin's
contest, Danforhi and Lamb. Russel
and Ripley won the first -set swithout,
llucis effort. The SecodtlSst'also
ripened well for Russel and Riply;
the score was soon 4-3 in Ithr laor.
Hsere Danforh and Lanb realied
thit it woo nosy or never, antI swoi the
next three gaines and set.
After a few momnts rest te play
recoinmenced."From the first i wasl
evident that Danforth aid Ltmnib
were deermnied to in; with thi
score 5-3 against thieim Russel ad
Ripley omade a last stand and on ocs'
game. This was all they cold do.
cud their' oponents corrleci te nst
gamesoand wih it set, isatch andl a
place in the finals.
The dates of the W(Vstrii Inteyrcol-
legiate Tennis Claipioisip ad also
the duaia iiec wihi Chicago lae
again been changed. Te dul nieei
will take place in Ann Arbor net
t~riday, Mlay 28. The Wesen Iite-
colegiate is to ho hold oii the Chicago
University grounds Jcne 3,O 4 oid a.
As Chicago Unvrsity defeted Norh-
w'esternilat Saturday by wininlg
only ix out ofestll events, our chasces
of defeatig lilcagoare s-rypod.
Smitnaiy of sairday's iiatchis fo-
Siigles-First romidtt, Dnotihiat
Lanib f-a. 63.
D~oubles-Prelimtinary round, Da-
forthi all:)Lamb bat larvy mini tei-
rubk 7-5,t-3;'semitifinal riund:, Di-
fortii -antdlLmtb bat ittscsld Rp-
ii'y 2-t, 1-4, 6-4.-
Sitigle, smitiinal olitis. I'ipioy .
ttai'vey, Daiforii v1.5 tl'-rick.
Doublses, (lore antI Iaymtodtivs.
Wright andtI chaol. Play wil lsegi
it 3 p. m. Dtnfothiiil:iys tHerick
atc :311 i. i. tlenlhs wil be ilacd
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