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is on Saturday will
eam representing
ity. They come to
cinder artists of
and they present
rmidable aggrega-
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he Ohio Conference meet, held
umbus last Saturday, the Buck-
easily defeated their opponents,
g up a total of 86 points. Ohio
yan was secofId wtih 35 and
n third wth 32. The remaining
schools trailed in the rear.
ice over the time of Hill in the
rd high hurdles. He reeled off
stance in 15:4-5 seconds, a mark
will force Beardsley, to the lim-
eat. In the pole vault Hill again
red in first place with a height
feet, 6, Inches. While the Mich-
aulters have been exceeding this
ctice their showing in the Illin-
eet proves that they do not al-
:o it in dual meets.
Ifoorehead in High Jump "
rehead, of Ohio, has jumped six
i the high jump. Later, there-
vill have no cinch on'his hands
event with the Buckeye star.
ecured second places in the mile
vo mile runs, making a hot race
each event. The time of 4:26
mile is . exceptionally good.
won first for the Buckeyes in
iot with a heave of nearly 40
k is being done on the field in
g the pits so that spectators may
witness the field events. This
will probably be completed by
ay and one of theprinciple dif-
s incurred by spectators wil

INTERFRATERNITY ATHLETICS
NOVING TOWARD COMPLETION
Both tennis tournaments have been
moving fairly rapidly during the last
few days of fair weather, but great
difficulty is being experienced by the
Intramural department in getting the
scores reported after the games have
been played. Coach Mitchell there-
fore urges that, all scors' be 'tele-
phoned or taken to the office as soon
as the match has been played. This
will expedite matters greatly.
In the class tennis tourney San-
chez, '23E, defeated Cobane, '20M,
Bassett, '21, was victor,.over Wilson,
'21, and Moeller, '21, bested Hel-
ler, '21.
Three 2 to 1 matches were played
in the-fraternity elimination when
Alpha Rho Ohi,' Phi Rho Sigitna and
Delta Tau Delta won from Zeta Psi,
Delta Chi and Phi Sigma Kappa, re-
spectively. As a result of this win
Delta Tau Delta is now in the semi-
finals.
The fraternity track meet will be
held on Tuesday and Wednesday aft-
ernoons of next week. Although -the
complete program is not yet- ready
for announcement 'entries should be
made at once.
This will be the last chance which
any house will have to. better its'
standing in the race for the big cup.
At present the Alpha Delta are far in
the lead and practically have the cup'
cinched. However, the race for the
cup which will be awarde'd for sec-,
ond place is very close.
The points will be awarded as fol
lows in this meet:: 100 points to the
house which wins the meet, 50 points
tb the house which placed the great-
est number of men, 25 points to the,
house which enters a team and 50
points to' the house which enters a
team of six or more men.

ILLINI NEIXT -OPPONENT
OF. MICHIGAN NI NEK
Michigan ends a hard week on the
diamond Saturday by playing the Un-
iversity of Illinois baseball team on
Ferry field. This is the first game of
the year between the two squads, and
will be keenly contestedbecause of
the positions of the two teams in the
Conference race. Illinois has dropped
two games, losing to Iowa and Ohio
State, and is the only team of any
great power in the Big Ten which
Michigan has not successfully engag-
ed as yet this year.
Victory in this game will mean virf-
ually the Conference champidnship,
as none of the other schools are near
enough to catch the flying Wolver-
ines. Illinois, by winning all the rest
of the games which the Indiana team
has to play, including those with
Michigan, can take the western title,
but in view of the game that the
Maize and Blue has been playing in
the last, two weeks, Illinois will be
fortunate to win one of the two.
Michigan's best lineup will be p/re-
sented to the Illini, with Parka3the
probable choice for mound duty. If
Genebach is still troubled with his
ankle, there is a highly capable sub-
stitute in the person of Froemke.
Froemke's catching in the California
and Notre Dame games has stamped
him as a receiver of merit.

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ARE YbU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MEN
Play is as necessary as work.
Any game which is interesting
!enough to afford real Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it is played amid clean,
decent srroundings.
' Most young men prefer games
like ,billilards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, yQu
are invit9d to visit our billiard
parlors as often asyou wish.
You will find that this is 'a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO. .
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"

On a hot day during Summer School Will you be in the" city
-that cool pool and the showers at mer?, .4. membership in the
the City "Y" will take away that tired will make it seem like a
feeling.-Adv. Only $3.00 for the Summer.-
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meet will start at 1:4'
followed immediately by

ENTS AND '22 LIT
PLAY FOR TITLE
When dents and soph lits clash for
e campus baseball title today at
45 o'clock on south Ferry field, a'
ose and thrilling game will' be play-
. Both teams have-exceptionally
rong outfits and both teams have
own up well all through tjie league.
though the dents have the edge on
e lits as far as the pitching depart-
ent is concerned with O'Hara hurl-
g for them, that advantage is atoned
r by the superior infield and team-
ay of the lits.
However, the dents' infield is not
e to be sneered at, with Bellinger,
tompson, Hannah and Richards cov-
ing the bases. These men have prov-
their ability previously and can be
unted upon to give O'Hara excel-
it support.-
The lit aggregation is formed
ound seven of the members of last
ar's All-fresh team. Wimbles and
ck, both of whom are ineligible for
,rsity work, are the stars of the
uad, although Chapman, Haviland,
arman, and Hoppe are all players
exceptional ability.
The other members of the '22 team
e all experienced players and the
lineup appears to be the strongest
the race.

Instead of two track meets, as was
formerly planned, Steve Farrell's meet
and the Intramural class, event will
be run off together. The first three
men placing in each evrent will hie
awarded the Varsity numerals, while
the man who makes fourth place will
be considered the Intramural champion'
and receive class numerals. Entries
can be made at the Ferry field club
house or at the Intramural office.
Two class baseball games were
played yesterday, 'the Senior Engi-
neers running away from the Fresh
Lits by the one-sided score of 22 to
5, while the Soph Engineers defeated
the Juniors of the same department
6 to 5.
Four teams yet remain in the Inter-
Class play. Tomorrow the Dents and
the Soph Lits play off the finals in the
first round, while the Senior and Soph
Engineers will be the final opponents
in the lower round.
In Fraternity baseball Nu Sigma Nu
bested the Phi Sigma yesterday aft-
ernoon, 5 to 4. By virtue of this vic-
tory, the Nu Sigma Nu house will meet
Zeta Psi for the championship 'of the
fraternity league.
Tennms Scores
Tennis resulted as follows: Phi Rho
Sigma beat Delta Upsilon, 2 to 1, and
Chi Psi beat Zeta Beta'Tau, 2 to 1.
The results leave Delta Tau, Phi Rho
Sigma and Chi Psi in the semi-finals.
The class results were as follows:
Shirk, '21E, .vs. Kennedy, '21E, 6-3,
6-4, Hess, '21, vs. Barnes, '21, 6-0, 6-0,
Seymour, '23, vs. Wagner, '23, 7-5,
6-2, Kolb, '22, vs. Lamport, '22, de-
fault, Hatch, '20, vs. Chopp, '20, 6-3,
6-3.

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