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1 men have started back on their trans-
continental tour. The Bruins have a
strong combination of ball players and
,have with but few exceptions com-
pletely overwhelmed their opponents.
Illinois fell before the invaders by the
score of 9 to 5, while University of De-
ring troit went down to defeat before Cal-
ifornia by a heavy score in two con-
tests. Ruzickasand Ellison will be the
opposing moundsmen for today. Elli-
son leas made quite a 'name on the
ACE coast and his work will be watched
with interest. Captain Parks is still
the out of the game with his injured finger
th but it is thought he will be in con-
t dition for the game Saturday with I1-
CAPTAIN WESBROOK HAS GOOD1
CHANCE TO CAPTURE
Tennis men from a dozen or moret
western schools will compete in the
Conference championships to be held,
at Chicago this week-end.'
Michigan returned from the eastern
tennis trip with only one contest of
the three scheduled decisively won.
The other two were halted by rain
before the cfose of the games.
Cornell and Michigan pla-wed even,
each winning two of the four matches
of singles. Syracuse proved too weak
for the western team, and Michigan
took all six matches. Weabrook and
Munz played the longest set of the
year when they defeated Legros and
Wheeler 20-18 in doubles. Only a few
games had been played in the singles
with Union, but Michigan was leading
in all matches.
The track team will meet in
front of the club house on Fer-
ry field at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon for their picture..
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indications YESTERDAY'S GAME
and three AMERICAN
Chicago 10, Philadelphia 2.
sented by Detroit 3, New York 1.
hg coveted $t. Louis 1, Boston 5.
are Mich- Cleveland-Washington, no game.
Ten stand- - NATIONAL
Michigap Pittsburgh 0, Brooklyn 1.
and no de- Boston_2, Cincinnati I.
i five wins Philadelphia 0, Chicago 6; seven
New York' 7, St. Louis 4.
DENTS AND SOPH LITS WIN
CLASS BASEBALL CONTESTS
The Dents defeated the Laws by a
score of 5 to 4 in the class baseball.
league yesterday. The two pitchers,
McCowan of the Laws and O'Hara of
the Dents, were easily the stars of
The Junior engineers also suffered
the 'chagrin of falling before the Soph-
omore lits, who tallied 4 runs to tie
Juniors' 2. Kresge pitched. a good
game for the Sophs, and Davis, for
the Juniors, heldl the mound for their
Soph Lit Track Men Must Sign Up
Candidates for the soph lit track
team, which will be entered in the in-
terclass track meet next Saturday
morning are asked.to sign up at Fer-
ry field club house and to see Eugene
Lacy, '22, the class manager. All men
with any track ability are wanted tv
Thus far, Michigan has lost but one}
tennis contest, that to Chicago, in]
which the Wolverines were able to
capture only one win when Wesbrook
and Munz defeated Pike and Segal in
the doubles. Wesbrook, who defeated
Pike to win the Conference singles ti-
tle last year, lost to him at Chicago.
This Ws probably due to the fact that
Walter had been pole vaulting and
broad Jumping too much to do his best
on the courts. By the end of thisjeek
when' the Big Ten championship will
be decided Wesbrook should be able
to cope with the Maroon court star.
Michigan's first double team, com-
posed of Wesbrook/ and Munz, seems
to be the best in the Conference, as
the only match lost by this duet this
year was forfeited at Wisconsin, so
that the Michigan men could make a
train. Chicago has been the only
scbool to defeat Angell and Reindel in
doubles this year.
Aside from Pike of Chicago, Boyden
of Northwestern, whom Wesbrook
narrowly defeated May 12 seems to be
the nearest rival -of the Michigan cap-,
tain for 1920 honors.
Tryouts wanted for assistant
track manager. Report at Ferry.
field today between 4 and 5'
Class tennis results are being re-
ported but all the games in the first
round have not yet been played. These
must all be played.at once or booli of
the players will be dropped from the
Preference on the courts 'is being
given to all who are playing tourney,
matches, class matches taling pref-
erence over fraternity games.
Results in the first round which
have been reported to date are as fol-
lows: Senior lits: Burley vs. Fried-
man, won by Burley, 6-2, 6-2;. Hatch
vs. Skau, won by Hatch, 6-1, 6-2; Bur-
ley vs. Hatch, In the second round,
won by Burley, 9-6, 6-1.
Soph engineers: Jerome vs. Batty,
won by Jerome, 6-3, 6-2; Ackerman
vs. Stuart, won by Ackerman, 6-1,
Soph lits: Clippert vs. Lott, won by
Clippert, 6-4, 6-1; Gustus vs. Nowlen,
won by. Gustus, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Fresh lits: Hovendon vs. Adams,
won by Iovendon, 1-6, 6-1, 6-2; Luce
vs. Stevens, won by Luce, 6-4, 6-4;
Gregory vs. Sellards, won by Greg-
ory, 6-4, 6-2; Gregory vs. Hovendon,
in the second round, won by Greg-
ory, 6-1, 7-5; Wagner vs. Lichtenberg,
won by Wagner, 6-1, 6-0; Zemon vs.
McDuffy,' won by Zemon, 6-2, 6-4.
All those who have won their first
round game should call the intramural
office' today to find out who their part-
ner will be and, if possible, play him
A. special wire brings the results of
all the games to The Daily. You can
find them there every morning.-Adv.
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