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BAD WEATHER HOLDS UP
I FRATERNITY TENNIS TOURNEY

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But two matches have been com-
pleted in. the interfraternity tennis
tournament. Chi Psi defeated Theta
Xi six straight matches and Zeta Beta
Tau defeated Sigma Nu four matches
to three. In the latter series it was
necessary to play an extra set of
doubles to determine the winner.
Because of the rain on Tuesday, the
matches scheduled for that day may
be held off until Thursday. In today's
schedule the following matches are to
be played: Lambda Chi Alpha vs. Phi
Delta Theta. Trigons vs. Beta Theta
Pi. Thursday's schedule is Theta Chi
vs. Phi Sigma Delta. Sigma Chi vs.
Zeta Psi. Phi Kappa Psi vs. Delta Tau
Delta. Alpha Tau Omega vs. Alpha
Rho Chi. By Friday, Sinfonia vs.
Theta Delta Chi. Phi Gamma Delta
vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.
It is absolutely essential that all re-
sults for matches be turned in at the
intramural olflece on time.

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HURLER WILL STA
Conference Standi
Michigan..............4
Ohio State...........2
Illinois..............2
Iowa ..........2
Purdue.... ........1
Indiana........ ...1
Wisconsin .. ..........1

FARM ERS ' TO PLAY
M.IC'HIGAN TODAY
Wolverines Must Play Four Contests
in Next Eight Days; Will
Take Long Trip
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earn will play Chi-
irday will journey
t the University of
three matches will
3light on the rela-
e Big Ten schools'
nst Northwestern,
will' play number
two, Angell number
del number four.
kngell and. Reindel
Reindel playing
cur.
ectqd Captain
squad were unani-
resbrook 'captain of
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on of his superior
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owing of the team against
;e last Saturday Mgore than
11 expectations. It was par-
gratifying in the absence of
from .he line-,up. The
actice rounded the men into
pe and but for a few finer
e squad looked decidedly
Cut Is Made in Squad
at the doubles combinations
est of the year will be has
been decided, Time so far
devoted merely to singles
s likely, however, that Rein-
Iunz will play together b'e-
the practice they have had
Wesbrook will then pair with
Phis is the likely arrange-
t will hold on the first trip.
noon will be devoted to try-
he different combinations.
[e has announced the first
e squad for the year. The
men are to continue to re-
practice, Wesbrook, Angell,
Munz, Borinstein, Kelsey,
,Merkel, and Truss. These
will continue for a week,
squad will finally be re-

VAR1SITY SWIMMERS INx
MEETKWITH INELISIBLES
KEEN COMPETITION PROMISED IN
FINAL AQUATIC EVENT
OF YEAR
Swimming will 'make its final bow
of the year to aquatic fans at 8:30
o'clock tonight in the "Y" pool. Led
by Capt. George ,Hyde, '23, the school's
premier' swimmer, a team of fresh-
men, non-Varsity men, and ineligibles;
will do battle with Coach Elmer Dru-
lard's Varsity hopefuls. Doc Dope,.the
old man who is always on hand be-
fore athletic contests, is'said to favor
the Ineligibles rather than the team
which visited Grand Rapids, and to
all appearances he is making no mis-
take in his choice. Should he be right
it will prove conclusively that Michi-
gan's swimming team of next year
will be far superior to the present ag-
gregation.
Hyde Picks Team
Hyde has selected the following men
to represent the Ineligibles: Dollavo,
Dunlop, Grayson, Hanson, Hubbard,
Haidle, Levy, Million, Myers, Parker,
Randall, Settle, and Valentine. Coach
Drulard expects the 10 men who made
the Grand Rapids trip to swim for the
Varsity. These are Broock, Porter,
Koch, Adams, Robertson, White,
Lewy, Goldsmith, Gilmore and Bab-
cock.
The Varsity seems sure of first plac-
es in only two events. Koch should
manage to cop honors in the plunge
for distance with littl'e difficulty, and
Adams is looked for to win second
place unless Million, of the Ineliki-
bles, should spring a surprise. In the
fancy dives the V: sity again seems
sure of the five poi its for first place
with White working for honors.
. Dope Uncertain.
In every other event dope is rather
uncertain. Hyde and Porter will
swim a close race in the back stroke.
with previous records rather favor-
ing the former. Myers and Gold-
smith should make things interesting
in the battle for third. Another close
contest will crop out in the breast
stroke with Broock and Parker about
equally favored. Hanson should take
third with little difficulty. Greatest
excitement will surround the 40 and
100 yard free style events. The Var-
sity pins its hopes on Tommy Robert-
son to down Hyde and Dollavo in the
former, and either Gilmore or Robert-
son will make the Ineligibles' 100
yard entries work their hardest. Who
Captain Hyde plans to enter in the
100 is not known, but Valentine will
probably be one of the men to toe the
mark.#
SECOND 11AND BOOK STORES'
SUPPLIES DEPLETED-BISHOP'

Four games in eikht days is the pro-
gram facing Lundgren's diamond
squad. Captain Parks and his team-
mates will be a busy set of at letes
for the remainder of the season. IV .
A. C. today, Purdue Saturday, Iowa
Monday, and 0. S. U. next Wednesday
are the teams scheduled to battle the
Wolverines.
After this quartette of games the
team will .bekept on the run for the
following ten" days, with four home
games ending up with Illinois at Fer-
ry field; May 29. After the Illinois
game Lundgren's men have a breath-
ing spell until they start on their
final swing around the Conference.
playing Wisconsin and Illinois at
Madsion and Urbana respectively.
Aggies Strong
Today the Aggles make their ap-
pearance for the first. time this sea-
son on the Michigan diamond. The
two nines met one week ago when
Michigan triumphed 5 to 2 after a stiff
battle. The Farmers are represented
by .a stronger aggregation than last
year and aye coming for revenge.
Coaeh Lundgren has'not decided which
one of his hurlers to pit against the
Aggies. The choice will likely be
made from Scheidler, Saunders, or
Smith. Scheidler was successful
against the East Lansing nine -last
week, but Nick may be started against
Purdue Saturday and will not in this
case be used the full route against
M. A. C.
NU SIGMA NU WINS CLOSE

SPRING FOOTBALL
DRILL CONCLUDED
Spring football practice was con-
cluded yesterday after a four weeks'
grind. During this time the large
.squad that turned out has been drill-
ed in the rudiments of the game, thus
conserving much Valuable time that'
otherwise would} have to be spent in
the fall, teaching the first essentials
of the game. Coach Yost seemed well
satisfied with thedevelopment of the
men and was pleased at the large turn-
out and the spirit displayed by the en-
tire squad. Assistant Coach Mather
characterized the spring training as
being well worth while in every re-
spect and praised the ability of many
of the 'players.
Several Varsity men have beelp
working out continually, rounding
themselves into shape and lending
much valuable assistance to the
coaching staff by instructing the less
experienced men. Steketee has spent
a great deal of time punting, place
kicking and drop kicking and has at-
tained his usual good form in a man-
ner that has brought Joy to the hearts
of the crowd that followed the work-
outs. *Captain Goetz has been largely
instrumental in the development of the
linemen and his presence at the prac-
tices has instilled a great deal of fight
into the entire squad. The All-fresh
team has turned out enmasse and the
showing made by some of the year-
lings is highly gratifying. Dunphy,
Banks, Paper, Andrews and Cappon
are backs that fight every minute of
play, and in the few scrimmages that
have been held this spring have made
some startling dashes.
Much time has been devoted to
punting and. passing in an effort tb
strengthen this department of the
attack. Steketee, of course, leaves lit-
tle to be desired in this branch of the
game and Haydn and Goeble ,have
shown .a great deal of promise. The
latter especiallydhas created a favor-'
able impression with Yost by the man-
ner in which he has been booting
spirals for a very creditable distance.
SIGMA PHI AND PHI SIGMA
KAPPA CLASH THIS AFTERNOON
Today at 3 o'clock Sigma Phi will
play Phi Sigma Kappa in the frater-
nity indoor league. This game was

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INDOOR GAME FROM PHI .CHI originally-scheduled for Tuesday, but
--- ~ was postponed on account of the in-
Nu Sigma Nu won the best game ability of the teams to play.
which has been played to date in the At 3:45 o'clock Thursday the first
fraternity indoor series Monday night nine inning games of the series will be
by defeating Phi Chi by a score of 3 played between Psi Upsilon and Theta
to, 1. The pitching of 'Harryman for IDelta iChi and between Delta Tau Del-
the winners featured the game. Har- ta and Zeta Psi. These games are in
ryman allowed but one scratch hit all the fourth found of the tournament
during the game, striking out 'two or with only six teams remaining.
three men every inning. Indeed, some, At 5:30 o'clock Alpha Delta Phi will
innings he fanned four men, this be- meet Xi Psi Phi.
cause the catcher couldn't hold him '
and the men made first on a muffed Pardon at Convention in Chicago
third strike. E. C. Pardon, superintendent of the
Smith pitched a good game for the buildings and grounds department, is
losers, allowing only five hits, but in Chicago representing the Univer-
thes'e all came in the same inning. and sity at the convention of buildings and
gave the victors a sufficient margin. grounds superintendents.
He is expected to return not later
Are you a true Michigan Man? If than the latter part of this week.
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The The Daily contains the latest Asso-
Daily each morning.-Adv. elated Press News.-Adv.

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Reve" Farrell is planning to hold
annual tourney in the morning to
rmine those on the Varsity squad
will be awarded Varsity numer-
Any man who wins thqse in the
ning will be barred from the com-
ion in the afternoon but othe s
competed in the morning events
who did not place will be allowed

Second hand books stores' supplies
are greatly depleted at 'the present
time as an effect of the war, accord-
ing to Librarian W. W. Bishop, who
returned yesterday from a week's
trip to New York and Piiladelphia to
buy second hand reference books for
the Library.
Standard works are not being re-
printed because of the high cost of
printing, while most of the books in
demand are out of print. This is es-
pecially true of foreign books.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-

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Good Service
To get real enjoyment out of a
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You want good tables-sound
cushions and new, clean cloth.
You wantagood cues--well-bal-
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tip that hold the chalk.
You want good service-attend-
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your needs.
You'll find the best of service
and equipment here. Come in,
and play a game or'two, today.
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Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
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Isn't it true that you would paint your floors oftener if
you didn't have to keep the house upset so long waiting
for the paint to dry?
Wouldn't you do it oftener if you could pairt one half of
the floor one day, then move the furniture ever from -the
other half and paint that the next day?
Well, that's . just what you can do with Lowe". Hard,
Drying Floor Paint. This fact, together with the way it
stands wear and tear is the reason it is used so much on
restaurant floors and ship decks.
Come in and ask for descriptive literature.
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