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out the valuable services of Capt.
Johnson. Carl is rapidly rounding in-
to shape witfh the passing days and
may be expected to lead the fight
which his team will make, a fight
which may result in another victory
for the Maize and Blue.
TWO CONFERENCE GAMES
LEFT ON BALL SCHEDULE
ONE VICTORY GIVESMICHIGAN
UNDISPUTED GLAIMT'OT
TO TITLE

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s and With but two more Conference
t will games to play, th'e Wolverines are
West- leading the Big Ten with eight wins
meet and no defeats. Ohio State, second
to Michigan, wound up its season Sat-
,t urday by winning from Wisconsin.
e big This victory for the Buckeyes gives
>f the them a percentage of .800 with 8 wins
lleges and two loses. By winning either
tWa- of the week-end games, Captain Parks
,is--and his men will hold an undisputed
Mis- eclaim to the title. Wisconsin at Mad-
entry ison Friday and Illinois at Urbana
coun- Saturday are the teams yet to be met.
miler. Post Season Games Possible
n fav- Possibilities of scheduling post sea-
ery of son games with one or more of the
n step Eastern schools now looms up 4s quite
ahead feasible. Princeton, Pennsylvania,
and Yale, are the leaders of the East-
iother ern Intercollegiate 'and games with
,h him any of these schools would give the
e sup- Wolverines a chance to test their
ity to strength with the east. In former
sends years Michigan bas toured the east
with and the results have been highly sat-
Mich- isfactory. The great difficulty, lies in
other the fact that commencement at some
:vents.of these institutions is earlier than
fi, a that at Michigan.
WhO. '~National Title U~ndecided
,who
broad Maize and Blue supporters would
welcome the resumption of relation@
with the Eastern neighbors. Captain
mn Parks and his mep have proved them-
e pole selves to be a powerful baseball ma
Brown -chine and the time is ripe for test-
ice in ing the comparative merits of eastern
irdles and western baseball. Michigan ver-
on in sus Pennsylvania, or Michigan versus
Princeton would give the'yWolverines
i fact, a chance at the National title.

TENNIS TEAM'T MEET''
CARNEGIE TECH TODA
Carnegie Tech's tennis team will.
meet the Varsity at 3:30 this after-
noon on Ferry field. This will be the
last college encounter of the season,'
the single remaining meet being one
with the Toledo Tennis club on Fri-
day. The Pittsburg team consisting
of four men will arrive in Ann Arbor.
this morning.
This will be the first appearance ofa
the Michigan team at home since Ohio"
State played here May 8. The Var-
sity has met three other Conference
quartets since the' victory over the
Buckeyes, besides playing Cornell andx
Syracuse and competinlg in the Big
Ten championship. Chicago is tlie
only team which has been able to take
the measure of the Wolverines thus
far.
' Michigan Team Undecided
The personnel of the Michigan quar-
tot is not yet determined, as Captain
Wesbrook is not sure of playing. It
is possible that he will save himself
for the track meet Saturday. In case
he does not participate in this after-
noon's contest Munz, Angell, Reindel,
and Borinstein !will be the probable
singles selections. The doubles com-
binations will be changed also, Munz
SOPH ENGINEERS
BEAT '20E 3 TO 2
The Senior engineers were defeated.
by the Soph engineers yesterday in a
fast game of baseball, three to two.'
The game was largely a pitchers'
battle, the luck breaking all for 'the
sophomores, every time. On three:
consecutive occasions, there were up-
per classinen on both second and
third when the final ont of the inning
was called. One of the sophomore runs
was scored through a muff of a per-
fect fly., The last decision, which gave
the victors the game, was made by
the umpire from some distance, and
caused considerable argument before.
it was accepted. In every instance,
the seniors were out lucked.
The batteries were as follows:.
Sophomore Engineers: Pitch, Ronan;
Catch, Hickey. Seiior . Engineers:
Pitch, Puller; Catch, Towner. Both
moundsme,n did creditible work, Ronan
being the star of the game with his
coolheaded playing.

and Reindel playing together with
Angell and Worcester as the second
team. Nothing is known of Carnegie's
team except that advance rumors
speak of it as a powerful squad.
If Wesbrook decides to play, the
make-up of the team will be the same
as that of the past three weeks, Wes-
brook, Munz, Angell, and Reindel will
then participate in the singles and
the doubles teams will be made up of
of the first and last pairs.
Toledo Tennis Club Friday
Because of commencement, the Uni-
versity of Indiana has cancelled its
meet with the Varsity for Friday. All
season they have played but two men
and as one of them is to graduate that
day, the contest was called off. In its
place, the Toledo Tennis club is send-
ing a six man team to meet the Wol-
verines Friday afternoon. The Toledo
players are all veterans of consider-
able experience and ability and an in-
teresting match is expected.
The match Friday will give all mem-
bers of the Varsity squad a chance to
get into action. Several members of
the Toledo team are former Varsity
men, a fact which will make' the
match of added interest and rivalry.
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