LARGE LISTS FOR INTER-
FRATERNITY TENNIS MATCHES
Entries for the fraternity tennis list
are 'unusually numerous. All the
houses on the campus are being call-
ed to see whether a team will be en-
tered or not. The teams which have
been eliminated in the baseball league
are being called first and these will
play during the first few days in or-
der that the two series may not inter-
fere with each other.
Houses which dre planning to enter
teams are urged to call the Intramur-
al office as soon as possible, as this
will simplify matters there and facil-
itate the work.
A four-man team will be entered
from each house. Each man on the
team will play one set of singles and
then the men will pair off and play a
set of doubles per team. Thus four
sets of singles and two sets of dou-
bles will be played by each team. Each
set will count one point.\ In case of a
tie another set of doubles will be
played to determine the winning house.
Results in the following games
must be turned in at the office by
Monday night: Delta Theta Phi vs.
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau
vs."Sigma Nu, Alpha Sigma Phi vs.
Phi Kappa Sigma, and Theta Xi vs.
NOSesake' of Johnson Is Star
Spokane, Wash., May 7.-When Lew-
is and Clark High school of this city
found that its baseball team was with-
out a suitable moundsman, investiga-
tion was made among the newcomers
on the squad, and' Walter Johnson,
namesake of the famous Washington
twirler, was named star pitcher of the
Fond mothers naming their off-
3 spring Woodrow Wilson or Ty Cobb
may now expect these fortunate ones
to show exceptional gifts in the lines
in which the original gentlemen ex-
DG S. U. AND' MICHIGAN
MEET ON COURTS TODAY
At 3:45 o'clock Monday Psi Upsilon
will meet Sigma Phi Epsilon and Beta
Theta Pi will play the Hermitage, and
Sigma Phi will meet Phi Sigma Kap-
pa. At 7. o'clock on the Washtenaw
diamond Phi Chi will. play Nil Sig-
Election of officers for 1920-21
be held at Masonic Temple, May
at 7:30 P. M.-Adv.
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AND REINDEL, ANGELL ma N..
AND KELSEY IN
Ohio State will meet lyichigan on the.
tennis courts at 10 o'clock this morn- Dents won from fresh engineers yes-
ing on Ferry field. This is the first terday in the interclass ball series
meet of the year for the Wolverines, by a score of 10 to 6. The feature
although Ohio has participated in Bev- of the game was the batting of Czycz
eral already. In this way the Buck- and the fielding of Bellinger. Both.
eyes will have a distinct advantage of these men played with the winning
over the Michigan men. nine. The engineers showed a lack-of
Four singles and two doubles practice ad their play was ragged.
matches will be played. Louis Munz, Several good catches by center fielder
playing'number one in the absence of Beckman kept the dents from run-
Walter Wesbrook, will meet Ohio's ning up a considerable higher score.
best man in the singles headliner. The Today at 1 o'clock sharp the medics
four men who will make up the Ohio will play the fresh dents on south
team is not definitely known, although Ferry field. It is necessary that both
it is almost certain that Leonard and teams be ready to start at that time in
the Wirthwein brothers will be three
of the four to come. Bob Angell will
play number two, George Reindel,
number.three, and Wilfred Borinstein,
number four in the remaining singles
Munz and Reindel will meet the
number one Ohio team in doubles,
which will be, in all probability, the
Wirthwein brothers. Angell and Kel-
sey will be the other Michigan dou-
order to finish before the track meet
and baseball game which are sched-
uled for the afternoon.
Monday at 4 o'clock the laws will
meet the senior lits and the grads will
play the fresh lits.
These games will mark the end of
the first round of play, seven teams
now remaining to compete for final
honors. To date the playing has been
very ragged and shows lack of prac-
tice and team work. However, it is
expected that this fault will be rem-
edied as, the tourney progresses.
Of the teams which have played so
for the soph lits and the junior eng-
ineers have made the best showing.
The laws are known. to have a strong
team although they have not yet
played a game. The dents have a
strong pitcher in O'Hara and may
prove dangerous contestors..
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GAME AND ANNEXES, 3 TO
Wednesday, in the fraternity indoor
tournament, Zeta Psi beat the Knick-
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Uusilon won the best played game to
date from Phi Gamma Delta by a 3
to 1 score. In the evening XI Psi Phi
defeated Delta Sigma Delta 12-4.
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