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AILE TEAM TO 60
TO PENN RELAYS5
utler, Wheeler, Wetzel, and Burk-
holder to Make Philadelplihi
Trip This Week
)HNSON GQING IN FARRELL'S
PLACE; WILL NOT COMPETE
Michigan's only entry in the Penn
elays is the one mile relay team,'
ade up of Butler, Wetzel, Wheeler,
id Burkholder. They are the only
arsity men who will make the trip
Philadelphia to compete in the re-;
Y classic of the country on Satur-
~y. This squad has shown, the
eatest. ability of the relay teams;
ad Coach Farrell looks to them to
>hold the Maize and Blue in this
emier American race.
Captain Carl Johnson will have
large of the team and' will accom-
my the squad and Manager Parsons.
)ach Farrell has not been feeling
ell this past week and will stay at
ame to drill his men in preparation
r the dual meet with Illinois Satur,.
ty, May 8. Captain Johnson will not1
mpete in any event but is merely
king the place of Coach Farrell.
Michigan Draws Fifth
For place on the track, Michigan
ew fifth position. The Illinois team,
hich beat out the Michigan squad at
e Drake Relays, drew 13th place.

Coach Farrell and Clarence, the de-
mon rubber, attach considerable sig-
nificance to the number of the place
which Illinois drew. Whether or not
there is anything in it, remains to be
seen. At any rate the Varsity squad
will have put forth its best effort.
Michigan has never won a mile re-
lay at Penn. In formerbyears, the
Varsity's victories have been in the
two and four mile events. However,
the time which this year's mile team
made at Des Moines last Saturday
was faster than the mile relay has
been run at the Penn Relays in the
last three years. In fact it was also
faster by two seconds than the time
made at Drake last year. It is true
that the Illinois team even bettered
the Michigan squad, yet the matter of
place may enter into the results this
coming Saturday.
No Individual Entrants
There will be no Michigan men en-
tered in the individual events. The
bad weather of this spring has made
it impossible to get the men into
shape. Cold and rain are great set-
backs in the development of the men.
In practice yesterday afternoon
Joyner sustained a painful skinning.
In an attempt to catch the man ahead
of him in a close quarter mile race, he
stumbled and fell. The cinders bad-
ly skinned his arms, legs, and shoul-
ders. First aid was adminstered by
Clarence and the wounds washed,
after which a regular physician took
charge of the case.
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AT LANE HALL

UNFATORABLE WETHE
HOLDS UP TENNIS DILL
LITTLE KNOWN AS YET ABOUT
ABILITY OF TWENTY
CANDIDATES
Despite the cold and inclement
weather, some 15 men responded for
Varsity tennis practice yesterday aft-
ernoon. A number of matches were
run off on the cement court in the
course of the afternoon. The clay
courts were still too wet after the
recent rains to permit their use.
Because the squad has been so hand-
icapped through the extremely poor
tennis weather that has prevailed this
spring, little has been determined
with respect to the ability of the
men. The squad numbers more than
20, but it is expected that this num-
ber will be greatly increased when
the sun makes its appearance or in
the event of a 'warm day.
It is absolutely essential that all
candidates report every day at the
Varsity courts. Practice will be held
every afternoon and wherever it is
possible in the morning. Any new
tryouts should report the time
throughout the day when they can
play. A squad of six or eight men
will be selected to make the trip to
Detroit this week-end for the frst
practice match with the Detroit Ten-
nis club.
As the first Conference match with
Ohio State is but a week from Sat-
urday, the time for playing is ex-
tremely short. It is rather certain
that Wesbrook will not be able to
play in this match, as Coach Farrell
is going to use him in the track meet
against Illinois. This will give one
more man an opportunity to figure in
the final selection of the team.
Record of all the tryout matches is
being kept and the showing made on
paper will have to count a great deal
in the determination of the squad.
Men should report the scores of their
matches to George Reindel or who-
ever is in charge.
PIGSKIN TURNOUT
UNUSUALLY LARGE
Coaches Douglas and Mather report
a large turnout for spring fgt-
ball this year. More than 100 uni-
forms have been given out already
and every afternoon finds at least 50
men on the field striving to apt abt-
ter line on the game fgr nert yes.
Backfield material seems partiul-'
arily plentiful and several men are
showing up well at the wing positions.
Goebel, one of last season's freshmen,
seems to have an exceptional knack
for pulling forward passes out pf the
air. Cappon, Banks, Andrews, Cr-
ran, also from the All-fresh team,
are going strong in the bakfied,-while
VanOrden, Sutton, "Crawforth, IIow
land, and Waclter will hxep a great
deal next fall on the lig.4
There is little doubt but that every
man who expects to be in the game
next fall should take advantage of
this few weeks workout.
Coach Yost will be here about May
5 and by that time several teams vfil1
be going through signals laiy.
FOUR CONTESTS PLAYED li
FRATERNITY NOO LEA4lU

CALL CLASS BASEBALL MEN;
FOUR CLASSES LACK MANAGERS
All men interested in interclass
baseball should get in touch with one
of the following managers:

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TAXI

Senior engineers
phone 2106-R.
Junior engineers
an phone 1460.
Junior lits - C.
63.
Soph lits - W.
355.

- F. Livermore;
- M. E. McGow-
H. Rorick, phone
G. Conlin, phone

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ENOUGH SAID.

999

Soph engineers - E. C. Miller,
phone 1261-W.
All Jaws - J. D. Watts, phone 1855.
Grads - H. Ketchum, phone 1051-M.
Fresh dents - M. O'Hara, phone
1482-M.
Architects - M. E. Hammond,
phone 1366.
All medics - R. Rychener, phone
609.
Senior and fresh lit, upper dents
and fresh engineer managers have not
reported to date.
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Why not live in Ann Arbor during Summer

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The first games in the interfratern-
ity indoor league were played yester-
day with the f gloWing results
Phi Sigma Delta won from Delta
Kappa Epsilon, 9-4; Alpha Delta Phi
from Sigma phi, 18-x; Psi Upsilon
from beta Beta Tau,10, and Sigma
Phi Epsilon from Sinfonla, 4-.
The Alpha Delt and the Sigma Phi
Epsilon pitchers showed the best
form, but the team work of the Psi
U's was the feature of the day's play.
There will be no games played this
afternoon on account of the Varsity
game, but this evening at 7 o'clock Xi
Psi Phi will meet Phi Beta Pi at
Washtenaw and Church streets.
Thursday at 3:45 o'clock the fol-
lowing games area scheduled: Phi
Kappa Psi vs. Lambda' Chi Alpha,
Theta Delta Chi vs. Sigma Nu, Alpha
Sigma Phi vs. Kappa Sigma, Kappa
Beta Psi vs. Delta Tau Delta.
At 7 o'clock Delta Theta Phi will
meet Delta Sigma Delta on the Wash-
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