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which will be agreeable to both and
the results will be tabulated in the
Intramural office.
Games which must be reported be-
fore Monday night are those between
Delta Theta Phi'and Delta Kappa Ep-
silon, Zeta Beta Tau and Sigma Nu,
Alpha Sigma Phi and Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, and Theta Xi'and Chi Psi.
Before Tuesday night reports must
be filed on contests between Theta
Chi and Phi Sigma Delta, and between
Sigma Chi and Zeta Psi. .
COACILE PICKS MEN
F1UOHIOWTENNIS.MATCH

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IDUE ON
AFTERNOON

11 nine annexed
sday afternoon by
5 to 3 in a hotly
cast Lansing. The
tage of Ruzicka's
t inning and gal-
ad with two runs
rine hurler failed
After the two
made and 'more
ick Scheidler was
Scheidler nipped
spiring Aggies by
hlout allowing any
the six and two-J
idler was on the{
was held' to one
Captain Parks
to warm up in the
was never in dan-

Coach Lee of the tennis team has
practically decided on the men that
will meet O. S. U. on Ferry field, to-
morrow morning. Practice ,matches
have been held every good day for the
past two weeks, and, as a result, the
coach has been able to get a good line
on the Varsity material..
Wesbrook Will Not Compete r
Walter Wesbrook, the only veteran
on the squad, will not compete against
Ohio State, as he is greatly needed in
the track meet with Illinois. Louis
Munz will play number one in his
Atead. Bob Angell is slated to play
as number two man, while George
Reindel will hold down number three
position. Fourth place is still in doubt
between Merkel and Borinstein. These
two men will play a .match today to
determine which shall compete against
Ohio.
Munz andl Reindel will play number;
one in doubles with Angell and Kel-
sey or ,Worcester as the other team.
Angell's partner will also be deter-
mined this afternoon.
Ohio in Good Shape

ity Begins in Third '
's men started in the third.
hed first base on an error
when Genebach trippled. A
cheidler brought Genebach
g the score. Michigan scor-
a the fifth and two runs1
. across in the seventh.
, Knode, and VanBoveni
or parts in the victory.,
batting was largely instru-
he scoring. The Wolve-

TRACK TEAM OLDS LAST
PRCTICE BEFORE MEET
CRIPPLED TEAM TO TAKE FIELD
AGAINST SUCKERS SATUR-
DAY AFTERNOON
Regular practice for the Illinois
track meet on Saturday is over. The
last workouts were held yesterday, and
Michigan's cinder artists are awaiting
the bark of the starter's gun. With
the exception of the three stars who
will not run, Captain Johnson, Losch,
and Burkholder, the men are in the
best of condition and primed to put
forth their best against the Illini.
Wheeler Third Ent'y in 440
At Thursday's practice, a 440 heat
to decide Michigan's third entry was
held, Wheeler defeating Joyner by six
inches. Wheeler's showing offers some
encouragement for Michigan's chances
in the quarter.. Coach Farrel is say-
ing nothing, but hoping that, by some
bit of undiscovered ability, the Wolve-
rines may be able to'turn the defeat
which looms into victory.
One more bid to optimism is the
showing of 4Hoffman in the javelin
throw. Though a comparatively new
man, Hoffman's work has been grad-
ually improving, and an unlooked for
place in that event may come to Mich-
igan. There is still room on the
squad &'or javelin throwers, however.
Meet, to Begin at 2
The track meet will start promptly
at 2 o'clocl on Saturday, and will be
followed by the baseball game at 4
o'clock. A large, crowd is expected to
witness both' events,' particularly if
the weather conditions continue fav-
orable. The Michigan and Illinois en-
tries in the track meet wll be an-
nounced in tomorrow's Daily.
INTRAMURAL BALL
EXPERIENCES HALT
Class and fraternity baseball will
come to a standstill for the rest of
the week, except for t few games to
be played early Saturday afternoon.
This is caused by the two Varsity ball
games and other events which swill oc-
cupy the diamonds.
On, Saturday at 1 o'clock the med-
ics will play the fresh-dents in the
class baseball series. Both i teams
have been practicing for some time
and a good game is expected. ; The
class league so far has not shown a
great deal of team work but it is ex-
pected that this will improve as the
tourney continues.
For Monday at 3:45 o'clock two
games are scheduled. The laws will
play the senior lits and the fresh en-
gineers will meet the lits of the same
class. Little is known of the relative
strength of the two teams, but the
fresh lits have held several practices
and will probably prove dangerous
contestants for the final hoors.

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a's brilliant work in the field,
six assists and four put outs, put
np in the hopes of the Aggie
s. VanBoven playing his first
on second base did stellar work.
A. A. C. team with Brown and
pitching was a much stronger
ne than last year's. aggrega-
WMl Meet Ptirdue Toda~y
due will meet Michigan at 4:05
k this afternoon in the first
rence game at home. Ihe Boil-
kers are touting a powerful nine
iave been successful in all but
f their games this season. Wins
Wisconsin, and Notre D'ame and
inning4 tie with Iowa has made
ie's strength respected in college
s. Wallace or Wagner will do
itching for Purdue and Captain
will be in the box for Michigan.
nmaries: Two base hit - Carr.
base hit - Genebach. Stolen
- Snider, Knode, VanBoven 2.
on balls of Brown 2, Ruzicka1.
k out by Brown\2, by Mills 3; by
2.
ERNITY TENNIS RESULTS
MUST BE IN MONDAY NIGHT
ternity tennis results from the
group of games must be turned
the Intramural office before
ay night. Owing to the impossi-
of securing the tennis courts for
te times, each house will have to
ge with its opponent; for a time

The Ohio team has played several-
meets already, and will therefore have
the edge on the Wolverines in the
way of preparedness. The Ohioans
have won ,from Purdue and Otterbein,
but went down to defeat to Indiana.,
Although Ohio has not sent the list
of its team, it is quite certain that the
Wirthwein brothers and Loehnert will
come. These three men have all
shown well in their matches to date,
the Wirthwein brothers being an es-
pecially dangerous doubles team.
FRESH LITS H O L D
BASEBALL WORKOUT
Fresh it baseball men should re-
port at south Ferry field for practice,
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
manager wants to see the following
men out: Robert Adams, R. E.
Adams, Goldstone, Gillard, Grayson,
Gripon, Gildersleeve, Gessner, Gine-
vich, Irving, Isola, Hershdorfer, Hume,'
Heyl, Howlett, Hensick, Holstine,
Hess, Hill, Hanna, Hartley, Huhn,
Becton, Bowdle, Barker, Burbridge,
Barton.
Any men who are not mentioned in
this list but who have any baseball
ability are urged to report to Mana-
ger Twining at the time stated above.
Twining feels that the fresh lits can
enter a team which will be a danger-
ous contender for the title and de-
sires to see a large turnout of men
for practice.

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