i of Fall
>ana BOWERS AND CREEDON WINNER
lion, OF DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP
ack- H. G. Stephens,~ a freshman, is fall
utch tennis champion of the campus. By
and defeating Cole in the finals and thus
one winning over a field of 83 players,
zsyz he has gained for himself the title
core and cup given to the winner.
ews, The doubles champions are Bowers
gre- and Creedon. This pair eliminated.
)osi- Borinstein and Kelsey in the doubles
finals. First and second prizes are
rov- given to the winners and runners-up
eed- In both events.
rials Playing under the most adverse
This weather conditions, both men agreed,
ppkc with the permission of the'referee, to
his play but the best out of three sets.
Wol- A cold, winter, wind made a fast
did accurate game of tennis impossible.
ning Darkn'ess also hampered play and
ork- both men found it hard to see the
ball before the end of the third set.
Cole Wins First Set
yes- Stephens won the toss, and chose
ng it and
ed to win tne
s. The score
o l'ove, Cole
is serve and
Cole took the
.s position, he
down the side
when in the
first set. The
deep and his'
this position, they made some beauti-
ful angle shots which Borinstein and
Kelsey could not get. Bowers and
Creedon are the double champions
over a fed of 27 teams.
Leave For Illini
Coach Farrell and his six-man cross
country team' will leave for Illinois
with the football squad Ahis evening
at 10:42 o'clock. The- same six run-
ners will represent Michigan' against
the Urbana school 'that' participated
in the meet at East Lansing last'Sat-
Steve gave the harriers a light
workout yesterday and intends to do
the same today so that all the men
will be in prime condition for the race
against the Illini. This afternoon the
runners will merely jog around a
short course to keep limbered up.
The race will .be held Saturday
morning over a rather more diffiult
course than was encountered at Lan-
.sing. It is expected that there will
lbe quite a number of hills to nego-
tiate as compared with the 'rather
flat character of the 'Aggie course.
DENTS WIN FROM
'20E, SCORE 31 TO 0
The All-dent' eleven handed a se-
v*ree licking to the 'Senior en'gineers
by rolling up a "total of 31/points-in
the four periods of play. At no time
during the entire game was the goal
line of the dents in danger. They
played: a superior brand of football,
;which the engineers' weak line was
unable to cope with
Coa'ch Mitchell remarked that "the
forward wall of the senior engineers
was tie W'eakest that has been seen
In.the Intra--mural athletics this sea-
Richards, of the dents, was easily
the star performer of the entire fra-
cas. His long end runs and dashing
plunges at the line demoiralized the
opposing team. Haig 'displayed the
best form for the engineering aggre-
gation, getting o0) some good passes.
Dents--Eldritch, 1. e.; Hartwel'1,1.
t.; Samuels, 1. g.; Taroff, c.; Wright,
r. g.; eim, r. t.; Naylor r. e.; Thomp-
son, q. b.; Hinkley, . h.; Hanna, r.
h.; Richards, f. b.
Senior Engineers-Goodall, I. e.;
Shea, 1. t.; Mason, Schuly, 1. g.;
Glotzel, c. Beath, r. g.; Dubuque,
r. t.: Anderson, r. e.: Stower, q. b.;
Clark, ,l. i.; Moulthrop, r. h.; Haig,
f. b. Touchdowns-Wilson 2, RIch--
ards 2, Thompson. Goals from touch-
4down-Richards 1. Referee--Fletch--
SOCCER TEAM OPENS SEASON
WITH YPSI NORMAL SCHOOL
Michigan's, first soccer game of the
year to be played against Ypsilanti
this Saturday afternoon makes it nec-
essary that every man desirous of
playing oir interested in soccer should
report for practice this afternoon at
Several ,men have made thei' ap-
pearance irregularly during the past
week or two but with this first game
only two days off every one who has
iany desire to play' must practice to-
day and Friday afternoon'at thee same
Besides appearing for practice it is
essential that all men appear -at a
,meeting to 'be held tonight at 7
o'clock in Lane hall.
VARSITY SWIMMING PIVTUTRE
FOR YEAR BOOK FRIDAY NOON
A picture of varsity swimming team
,for the Michiganensian will be taken
at White's studio at 12 o'clcok Fri-
day. The following men are asked
to report with suits: Dinwiddie, Mir-
relies, Wilson, Drulard, White, Bab,
cock, Joyce, Gilmore, Loeb, Levy,
Goldsmith, and 'Steketee.
A sophomore class swimming 'meet
will be held at 10:15 o'clock Satur-
day morning at the city Y. M. C. A.
pool. All sophomores desirous of tak-
,ing part should be on hand at that
STUiDENTS' DANCING CLASSES
With a large enrollment for the be-
ginners' "Students' Dancing Claws" the
first lesson starts tonight promptly at
seven in the Old Itnion Dance Hall.
Thos.e who were unable to enroll
yesterday may call 1666-J and regist-
er if ,the limit has not been reached.-
What does it mean to
It means this:
Garments Cleaned in EN
No paraffin or foreign mat
It brightens and freshens d
Increases its life.
Try us on velours, velvets
Our cleaning and pressing
Stephens was Just'
e changed his style
ring to *a more ac-
e. He took the net'
and succeeded irk
obtaining this com-
At net he direct-
r in the court. He
e's serve twice and
etween, thus over-
ent's lead 'of four
himself leading at
alked off defeat by
ame. Stephens was
however, and won
es for the second'
ames featured the
he match. ' Play in
ly contested, Steph-
not to be
ens having the edge.
In the last set, Stephens started out
with the determination to finish
things up in fast order. It had grown
.quite dark and it was hard to see the
'ball by the time the third set was
under way. The match could not be
postponed so both men agreed to go
on with it. Stephens was on his game
now. .His service was fast and well
placed and his shots were all deep in
the court. Cole was unable to stop
this fast attack. The darkness also
prevented him from doing himself
justice. Stephens was in command of
.the set throughout. He had no trouble
in winning the third and deciding set
6-0:. The score of the match was 1-6,
7-5; 6-0 in favor of Stephens.
Stephens is a most promising play-
er. Although somewhat slow in get-
ting started, he studies his opponerit's
game and adapts himself accordingly.
He has a very good backhand and a
fast drive. His serve has quite a top
,and falls deep in the court. He will
be excellent varsity material in his
Doubles Hard Fought
The fin'al round in the doubles was
beyond a doubt the ' hardest fought
match in the entire tournament. At no
time in the affair until, the last point
had been played was it evident who
the winner would be. Both teams
playetd hard and fought bitterly from
the moment that the match started
until the last ball had been played.
Bowers and Creedon finally emerged
the winners. The score was 7-5, 4-6,
6-4, 8-6. This match, which began
at 2:15 o'clock; lasted until well after
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