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fraternity which succeeds in placing
the most men.
The coming meet will decide finally
who will have the large Intramurar
cup. All teams will receive 25 honor
points for entering and those who en-
ter over six men will receive 50 honor
iver- points.
Tennis Tourney
Wrings Out Stars
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start' In interclass tennis Bernie Shirk,
ence '21E, and champion of his class, de-
rday, feated White, '20E, champion of his
ys It class, 7-5, 6-3. The game was hard
It to fought, but went to the better per-
gthe former. Shirk is slated to meet San-
y re- chez, '23E, for the championship of
ty of the engineering college. Seymour, '23,
ahead walloped Christe to the tune of 6-1,
vhich 6-1, in an easy manner.
a the The schedule of games for tomor-
stra-
stern row's tennis games are as follows:
rnia. Bassett, '21, vs. Hess, '21; Sanchez,
i Le- '23E, vs. Shirk, '21E; Gregory, '23, vs.
Bears Kolb; '22; Zemon, vs. Lance, '23; Bur-
more ley, '20, plays the winner of the Bas-
sett-Hess go, while Seymour engages
the winner, of the Zemon-Lance match.
alded With the drawing to a close of the
and most interesting and best played cam-
aking pus tennis tournament that has been
over seen on 1lichigan tennis courts tort
onds, years, it is no wonder that the Maize
State and Blue are so well represented in
nark- the court game. Material has been un-
covered in this tournament that will.
' who undoubtedly ai4 greatly competition
,h the in tennis meets to come.

SENIOR AND SOPH4
ENGINEERS PLAY
The soph engineers will meet at 4
o'clock today the senior engineers forI
a chance at second place in the inter-
class baseball league. The winners
wilt meet the soph lits in the second
place finals. The dents won an un-
disputed title to the campus champion-
ship last week by defeating the soph
lits. O'Hara of the dent pitching was
the big factor in the victory. The '22
lit team still possesses a number of
highly capable players and will make
a strong bid for second place. Inter-
est in these games has given baseball
a leading position among intramural
sports.
FRESI1WAN NET SQUAD WILL
REPORT FOR PRACTICE TODAY
Members of the freshman tennis
team will report for practice at 2
o'clock this afternoon on the Varsity
courts. Teams will be picked by Fri-
day. To the winners of the first five
places numerals will be given. Stev-
ens of Fort Wayne, Indiana, winner,
of the all-campus tournament last fall
is the most promising and rules as
favorite, but several other fast men
are showing exceptional form and are
sure to give Stevens stiff competition.
Bornstein is coaching the freshman
squad.
CORNELL CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM'
MAY ENTER MEET IN ENGLAND
A plan to take thf Cornell cross-
countiry team to England to compete

with the Oxford-Cambridge team dur-
ing Christmas -vacation this year is at
present under consideration by the
Cornell faculty. It is announced that.
special eligibility rules will have to
be enforced, as the men who are to
make the trip must be good students.
The team would have to sail for Eng-
land 10 days or two weeks before the
regular vacation begins..
Are you following the big leagues
this season? A special wire enables
The Daily to print the results every
morning.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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Dull Boy!"
Jack and. Tom and Harry get
to be very dull chaps, indeed, if
they believe in all work and no
play.
Men who want to keep their
minds keen and their wits
sharp, know that they must play
to keep fit for the terrific strain
of modern life.
If your "prof" is wise he will
heartily approve of your play-
ing an occasional game of bi-
liards, Come in tonight-get a
good cue in your hands again--
and see how soon your former'
skill comes back to you.
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and Candies. Cigarettes & Pipes.
"We try to treat you Right"
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