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BASKETBALL NOTICE

FOR TENNIS TEAM

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Open

DAME
FOR WEEK

ed the plans for
Michigan State
duled for Wednes-
h the diamond in
weather threaten-
s cancelled early
,d arrangements
coach of the Ypsi
the game at 4:05
oons if conditions
'future mid-vleek
ed at 4:05 o'clock
is given.

nent of this game will
ean that Captain Parks
pear on the mound against
. sluggers. Saturday the
meet the Indiana nine at
n in the first Big Ten con-
ugh Coach Lundgren has
nouncements ss regarding
or a pitcher in this game,
probable that the captain
ed to open the Conference
hia nine. -With his host of
boxmen the Varsity men-
worying over his selection
rling task this afternoon.
on Parks, Saunders or
start. At any event sev-
se men will be given P,
se their curves against the

The medals for the members
of the up-stater and business ad
teams* which won the society
and department basketball tourn-
neys respectively have arrived
at the Intramural office and
should be called for at once.
FRESHMAN STARS LOST
B INORMAU TNK TA
WEAKENED SQUAD Tb MAKE TRIP
TO GRAND RAPIDS SATURDAY;
TEN MEN SELECTED
It will be a badly crippled infor-
,mal swimming team that takes the
water against the Grand Rapids Y.
M. C. A. at Grand Rapids on Satur-
day night unless the ruling made
yesterday by the Eligibility Board is
withdrawn. Coach Drulard had
counted upon -the services of three
-Freshmen when Professor Aigler an-
nounced that first year men would
not be allowed to compete.
Crack Swimmers Lost
The most severe loss was that of
Hyde, the best all-around'man on the
squad. Hyde has more than the re-
quired number. of hours for 'nember-
ship in the Sophomore class, but the
ruling as to war service credit forces,
him to be numbered among the first
year men. Dollavo is another year-
ling whose absence will be keenly
felt. He is one of the fastest sprint-
ers in Michigan, as is Valentine, the
remaining member of the freshman
trio.,
Ten Men Selected
The team which will make the trip
unless the Board withdraws its rul-
ing will- consist of Porter, White,
A ' s, Broock, Gilmore, Koch, Lewy,
R ertson, Goldsmith, and Babcock.
Michigan hopes for victory in the
sprints hinge on Robertson and Lewy.
This is the former's last year in
'school, and, with' the possible excep-
tion of DollavoI he is the Wolverines'
best sprint man. With Hyde out of
it Porter will have to handle the back
stroke with the help of Goldsmnith. The
breast stroke finds Michigan with only
one good man, Broock, former Stan-
ford star and Pacific Coast champion.
In the diving White and Goldsmith are
expected to cop honors, and in the
plunge Koch and Adams should show

First Meeting of Candidates
On Second Floor of
Union

Today

HARD SESSION FOR
FOOTBALL TRYOUTS
Few new men reported for spring
football practice Wednesday, but the
work handed out by Coach Mather,
while only a continuation of what had
been given Monday and Tuesday, was
stiffer, and by the end of the week
will be in full swing. About 50 men
reported.
Forward passing took up the first
part of the afternoon, while some of
the backfield candidates punted. The
booting of Steketee is especially grat-
jfying, as the former fullback is put-

After pissing, the men were paired
off and were given, a long session of
blocking and tackling. The warm sun
made this exercise rather hard, but
the men showed no signs of loafng.
Sprinting up and down the field end-
ed the practice. Captain Goetz was
out, helping the coaches with instruc-
tion.
The Michigan Daily Students' Di-
rectory Supplement will be completed
in subsequent issues.

PRESENCE 01! MANY STARS ,
ASSURES GOOD TEAM FOR 1920

All candidates for the 1920 Varsity
tennis team will meet for the first
time this season at 7:15 o'clock to7
night in the large assembly room on

NORTHWI
TEACHERS'
Largest in the

the second floor of the Union. This
meeting will be devoted to a discus-
sion of plans for the season and will
also be an opportunity to judge the
timbre of which the squad, will be
composed. Men unable to attend this
meeting should turn in- their name
and department and the time-at which
it is most convenient for them to play,
to George .Reindel at The Daily office.
Bright Prospects
Prospects 'for a successful season
were never brighter, the tournament
which was held last fall to decide
the campus championship developed
several players of more than the usu-
al calibre and the return to school this
year of several pre-war stars assures
Michigan of strong representation in
the Conference struggle. Walter Wes
brook is one of the veterans around
whom the team can be built. Prob-
ably the greatest net player ever de-
veloped here, he holds the Conference
singles title and with Bartz captured
the Big Ten double championship.
Due to the ill'ness of Coach Chris
Mack, which will keep him out of the
game this season, Dr. Lee, a mem-
ber of the faculty and a tennis player
of note, will have charge of the squad.
News of Mack's inability to handle the
team was received with great mis-
giving ,by followers of.the court game
here, but Dr. Lee's presence in the
field has renewed the feeling of confid-
ence in the team this spring. Dr. Lee
was the veteran coach of the team for
years.

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d lifting long spirals.

Worry Your Heid Of
If You Want To
-but it you're wise, you'll forget all
,your worries after school hours.
Shake off your troubles when the whistle
blows and you shut uo your desk for the
day. Come to HUS~ON BROS. and play
a few games of billiards.
No game ever invented gives more pleas-
ure and nothing is more restful than an
hour or so spent over a billiard table.
HUSTON BROS.
Billiards and Bowling, Cigars
and Candles. Cigarettes & Pipes.
'We try to treat you Right"

Spring
Dance Festival
given by pupils
of
Mis s
Jeanette Kruszka
at the
Whitney Theatre
SATURDAY, APR. 24,
AT
7:30 P. M.
Ticko's on sale at studio-
516 East William Street

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IT IS the purpose
firm to create t
possible opportunity
selection of clothing
cessories of charac
refinement.
It is simply a ser
well dressed men
best of its kind.

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DAVID WHIT
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Park and Wood

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be leadoff man.
e batting attracted
southern tour, will
errin will play in
1 cover third base
ppear at the key-
or Fromke will be
d Genebach will do
ny of the pitchers
Lundgren.

t home game
he necessary
for the cow-

on a
meet

Notre Dame up well. The only event in which the
chools are rep- team's strength remains as strong a,
tyers and will before the Freshman ruling is the 220
ps. Indiana is yard free style. Gilmore and Babcock
'ee best teams are the men who will handle the dis-
sh are reputed tance and they have both been show-
heavy hitters. ing well in practice.
divided a twin Coach Drulard, White, and Gold-
iana has play- smith will leave on Friday afternoon
e3 with Terre and the remainder ofthe team on
,e league.' Saturday. Broock is asked tot com-
municate with Elliott, at 2630-W or
tisers.-Ady. 558.
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Four Man Team Again
A return to the four man team Is to
be made this season, as it is felt that
this system is conducive to better re-
sults. The courts on Ferry field are
rapidly being put into shape and will
be ready for the squad this week, the
concrete court will as usual be re-
served for the Varsity.
In an effort to put the 'game on a
plane that it has never attained be-
fore the athletic office has arranged
the hardest schedule that a Michigan
team has ever been called upon to
face. .The season opens on April 30,
with a practice match with the strong
Detroit Tennis club at Detroit, the fol-
lowing day the Toledo Tennis club
will be met at Toledo. As the opening
matches will be, played in a week
every minute available for practice
will be utilized by the coach in an ef-
4fort to round the men intoshape. The
annual eastern trip has been some-
what shortened this year to allow
more Conference teams to be sched-
uled.

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The Schedule
April 30.-Detroit Tennis club at
Detroit.
May- 1.-Toledo Tennis club at To-
ledo.
May 8.-Ohio State at Ann Arbor.
May 13.-Northwestern at Evans-

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SIX CONCERTS

Under the general direction of Dr. Albert A. Stanley,,& galaxy of musical celebrities from bot
politan and Chicago Operas and other distinguished artists, both vocal and instrumental, will unit
cal resources with those of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Choral Union, a large Chorus
and the Big Organ, in a musical program of brilliant and sparkling solo and ensemble numbers.
THE PARTICIPANTS ARE
Lenora Sparkes and Myrna Sharlow,, Sopranos; Carolina Lazzari and Margaret Matzenauer
Eduardo di Giovanni (Edward Johnson), William Wheeler and James Hamilton, Tenors; Titta I
Zanelli and Robert Dieterle, Baritones; Leon Rothier, Bass; Josef Lhevinne, Pianist; Edwin Arth
ganist; A. A. Stanley, Frederick Stock and Russell Carter, Conductors.

'ANN ARBOR'S GREATEST

MAY

F ESTIVAL

MAY 19, 20, 21, 22

FOUR

ton.
May 14.-Chicago at Chicago.
May 15.-Wisconsin at Madison.
May 20.-Cornell at Ithaca.
May 21.-Syracuse at Syracuse.
May 22.-Uion at Schenectady.
May 28.-Conference champions)
at Chicago.
May 29.-(Singles and doubles).
June 4.-Indiana at Ann Arbor.
June 5.-Alumni at Ann Arbor.

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EXTRACTS FROM TICKET ORDERS

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"Detroit, April 18, 1920-I am enclosing U. S. Money a few weeks ago in New York, both at the
me say that you are to be congratulated on presenting Titta Ruffo. Just to hear him sing is worth
entire course costs. That he is the. greatest' baritone there is no doubt, and when he sings i$ An
am sure he will be the riot he was when I heard him a few weeks ago in New York, both a the
and again at the Hippodrome.
Yours Very Truly,
"Mansfield, Ohio, April 17, 1920-Will you kindly reserve me a'seat for the Festival this cc
month. I had not intended going to the Festival this year but the artists you have engaged are sc
that I cannot resist the temptation of 4ttending.
Very Truly Yours,

t and Ayres Tennis Balls
tUNC - PROMPT SERVICE
D. J. MOE
711 N. UNIV. AVE.

SOCIAL PARTY music by Rhodes
Orchestra. St. Thomas' Parish Hall,
Friday evening, April 23, 8:30 P.
M. Tickets, $1 per couple. Refresh-
ments.-Adv.

A limited number of course tickets are still available at $4.50, $5.00, and $6.00 each
(The $7.00 Section Is Exhausted)
'For Tickets, or for 16-Page Illustrated Program (free) address

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Fresh shipments of Gilberts Ciloco-
lates, Cushing's.-Adv.

CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY

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