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Eight o'clock tonight is the
time limit for entries in the in-
terclass tennis tournament. The
entry lists will be kept open un-
til that time and then the draw-
ings will be made.
The complete first round
schedule will be announced in
Thursday's Daily. Names may,
be left at the intramural office
or telephoned, phone 2268.

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UNION TO
IN MATCHXS,

'acuse, and Union will
nts of the Varsity ten-
;he Eastern trip begin-
. The squad which made
reek will also represent,
Blue in the East. Head-,
n Wesbrook, the other,
te team are Bob Angell,
Al, Jr., and Louis Munz.
. leave on the 9:43 for
t.
xceptionally Strong
Buffalo Thursday morn-
will journey to Ithaca
with Cornell that aft-
ell has a powerful team
big Red having already
eyan and Columbia. In
, they have a leader who
hiardest men to beat on
urts today.
e ran William Tilden,
playet in the national
ee hard sets before the
could score a victory.
ck" Garland had to go
e he defeated the Cor-
in the intercollegiate
of the country. An in-
th is anticipated between
in Wesbrook of the Var-
allery,- and Cassidy are
nbers of the well bal-
All are players of no

24 SCHOOLS WAILL
COMPETE IN MEET
Additional entries for the Michigan
Interscholastic track and field meet
bring the list up to 24. This includes
all schools heard from until Tuesday
noon.
West Waterloo, Iowa, has entered
one ,man, Miller, in eight track and
field events. He is the only athlete
who will represent that school. The
other out of the state entry was from
Elgin, Illinois, from which one man
is to be sent.
200 to Compete
Imlay City is sending two men, De-
troit Central 12, and Muskegon 8.
These schopls bring the total individ-
ual entry list to about 200 and- insure
Michigan one of the largest meets ever
held here.
Preliminaries in all events will be
held Friday afternoon, starting at 2
o'clock. The finals in all events will
be run off on Ferry field, Saturday aft-
ernoon, at 1:30 o'clock. Right after
the meet Michigan and Iowa will meet
in one of the decisive games of. the
1920 Conference diamond series.
Prizes for the various events and
winners are numerous: Medals will
be awarded to winners of first,.second,
and third places in each event, respec-
tively, and a ribbon will be given for
fourth.
Cup to Winner of Team
The Sid Millard cup will be given
to the team'winning the meet, but can
be held only one year, unless won
again by the same team. This cup,
now held by Champaign, Ill., becomes
the permanent property of the team
winning the meet three years. The
same rule applies to the Huston cup
awarded to the winning relay team.
This cup is now in the possession of
Northwestern High of Detroit. Cups
for permanent possessions will be giv-
en to the -winner of the meet, and thee
relay.
In addition to this cups are given
to the individual point winner, and to
the runner up, and 'to the team taking
second in the meet. An individual cup
is donated by Ray P. Blake to the man
breaking the half mile record of 1
minute, 56 seconds held by Spink, and
established in 1914 while he was run-
ning for the Chicago University High.

CHEDULE REISED
Rain has made necesary a new and
revised schedule of games in the in-
terclass baseball league. No games
have been played this week, inclem-
ent weatherbeing to blame every day.
Today no games will be played because
of the Varsity game, but on Thursday,
weather permitting, the soph lits will
play the fresh lits and the engineers
from the two schools will cross bats
at 3:45 o'clock.
Friday at the same time the laws
will clash with the senior lits and the
senior engineers will play the junior
lits.
With these games the tourney will
be very near a close with but a few
games in the semi-finals remaining to
be played off before the final round
will determine the campus champs.
INTRAMURAL OFFICE iLANS
GOLF TOURNEY NEXT WEEK
A golf tournament, under theirec-
tion of the Intramural department,
will be held on the Ann Arbor course
next weel. The contest, which will be
run off in regular match play form,
will consist of two flights of 16 men
each, and a cup will be,presented to
the winner of each flight.
This week has been designated for
the qualifying rounds, and scores
shold be turned in not later than Sat-
urday night by those who wish to be
included in the list. These scores may
be left in a box which will be found
on the porch of the Club house, or
communicated to William Ingham, at
556 South State street. Pairings will
be announced in Si'nday's Daily, and
play will begin immediately.
All golfers are urged to turn in
scores, as it 'is hoped to make this a
really representative tournament
PSI UPSILON AND PHI SIGMA
KAPPA PLAY GAME INDOOR
All fraternity indoor baseball games
scheduled for yesterday were called
off because of the weather. At 3
o'clock today Psi Upsilon will play
Phi Sigma Kappa. It is necessary that
this game begin promptly on time in
order that it miay be finished before
the Varstiy contest begins.
Thursday at 3:30 o'clock Alpha
Delta Phi will clash with Zeta Psi
and Nu Sigma Nu will play Beta
Theta Pi at 4:45 o'clock.
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also education, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
considered. Address in own handwrit-
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rom Camp Humph-
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ie year. Syracuse's
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Michigan...........5 0
Ohio.State. ......5 1
Iowa ..............3 1
Illinois.............3 2
Purdue .............1 4
Wisconsin..........1 51
Indiana............1 6

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