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'ance Will Probably Be Fisher's
hoice to Open Game Against
arteen members of the Varsity
all team, Coach Ray Fisher, Man-
Don Porter, and Athletic Di-
r P. G. Bartelme left yesterday
noon for a short trip to Indiana,
e Notre Dame wil be played at
h. Bend today and Purdue at Laf-
e on Monday.
ptain Van Boven, Uteritz, John-
Karpus, Vick, Shackleford, Per-
and Genebach, regular players;
ance, Dixon, Schultz, and Ruzic-
itchers, and Hoffman and Klein,
y, made the trip.
Liverance Will Start
all probability Liverance will
the game against Notre Dame,
if he continues his good form, he
Id lead the Wolverines to victory
the Catholics. The South Bend
won from Kalamazoo college
through eight errors of the Cel-
city aggregation, for Fenner let
>pponents down with three hits.
'as only by the hardest playing
Notre Dame won two contests
Purdue, so that a Michigan vic-
Is looked for.
ainst the Boilermakers on Mon-
nthe Michigan nine will probably
a harder fight than they did in
last contest, which was a nine
ree slaughter. According to the
Wagner, the Purdue lefthander,
probably pitch, and he may be
for the Wolverines to solve if
tarts the game.rAfterg'he got
ned up in the recent game, the
igan batters did not find him so
illy easy. Dixon is scheduled to
the mound for Michigan,
e Wolverines left at 3:45 o'clock
rday afternoon, and going via
, reached South Bend late last
t. They will, stay there until Sun-
norning, when they depart for Laf-
te, from where they leave at 11:30
ck for Ann Arbor, arriving here
:30 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Play Western State Normal
ter returning Tuesday morning,
Michigan nine will engage in a
workout Tuesday, and then go to
le against Western State Normal
nesday afternoon in preparation
a Conference game with Chicago
rday. The Wolverines will be out
blood against the Normal nine as
sult of last year's defeat at their
Is, and the contest is sure to be a
ely contested one.
[chigan's pitchers are taking shape
1Liverance and Dixon now look
e as reliable hurlers as are to be
d in the Conference with the pos-
e exception of McCann of Illinois
one or two other pitchers. Schultz
has great possibilities. Unless
icka settles down and exhibits
e control along with his other
, he may have to give way to the
ager pitchers.
ith Fisher working on Karpus in
y practice, the basketball captain
r be expected to round into better

Ferry field will show the regular
week-end activity this afternoon de-
spite the lack of outside attraction, as
Coach Steve Farrell Will send the
Varsity track men through a track
meet among themselves.'
The coach is planning to use all of
the regular events, and the results of
these races will have a great deal, to
do with determining the team that
goes to' Columbus for the Ohio State
meet next Saturday. There are sev-
eral members of the squad that have
shown good form since the California
meet, and this will be the opportunity
for them to prove their merit for the
Conference meets of the rest of the


All freshmen wishing to try
out for the lit. class team, call
746-R. Men cut from the All-
fresh team especially requested
to come out. Practice daily at 3
o'clock on Ferry field.
Senior lit baseball team to
meet Monday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock on south Ferry field.

After two weeks of practice match-
es nine men are still in the running
for the four positions on the Varsity
tennis team. Two of last year's Var-
sity men, Captain Wesbrook and Munz
are practically certain of berths on
the team, while Angell and Reindel,
the other members of the 1920 quartet,
are being. hard pressed for their
Matches Continue.
Merkel and Sanchez are the two men
that are making the strongest bid for
the team, with Brick, Worcester, and
Zemon close behind. Matches will be
continued today and all next week to
determine the make-up of the team
which will oppose Ohio on May 7 at
Columbus. This afternoon Reindel
will meet Zemon, Brick will oppose
Worcester, Angell will clash with
Sanchez, and Jerome will'cross rac-
kets with Creedon.
Matches the last two days have re-
sulted as follows: Sanchez defeated
Zemon, 6-8, 7-5, 6-4; Merkel defeated:
Sanchez, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4; Angell defeated
Brick, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1; Merkel defeated
Worcester, 10-8, 6-4; Merkel defeated,
Reindel, 6-4, 3-6, 8-6; Worcester de-
feated Shields, 6-1, 6-2; Creedon de-
feated Gustus, 6-3; Angell defeated
Steiner, 6-0.
Need Four Courts

Edwin C. Bowers, coach of the
freshman tennis team, has issu-
ed a call for first year net men.
Practice will be held daily on
the two courts in the tier adjac-
ent to the Varsity courts. Play
will begin at 2:30 o'clock every
any time by others than those out for
the Varsity even though they be vacant
at the time.
All men trying out for the teamare
expected to turn out tomorrow whether
a regular match has been scheduled
for them or not.
Coach Bowers has about 25 men
out for the freshman tennis team. The
prospects for a first class team are
bright. Hames and Walbridge are
two capable men and should show up
very favorably against the Varsity.
The first cut in the team will be made
in about 10 days and as the .weather
has been poor for tennis there will be
some stiff practice during the next
few days so as to get a line on the
men who will play on the squad. Four


form. In particular Ray has been
drilling Joe in batting, and it is pos-
sible that Karpus will be lining out
some nice hits as a result of the at-
Yesterday 's Games
Amerlean League
Detroit 5, St. Louis 8,
Chicago 1, Cleveland
Washington 3, Philadelphia 3 (call-
ed at end of 11th-rain).
New York-Boston-rain.

Meetiat 2 O'clock
The meet will start at 2 o'clock, and
will be run off as any formal meett
with a visiting opponent. The VarsityE
mentor is hoping, in common with the
rest of the team, for better weatherf
than has been the rule lately. If next)
week is not warmer than this has beenf
the team will be in as poor condition<
as in the California meet when much
of the disappointing result was due to
lack of outdoor training.
Kelly, Losch and Simmons will be
matched in the 100 yard dash, in an-
other of the many races which this
trio has had this year. These races'
are always interesting, because there
are often surprises in the results. As
usual, Michigan's three quarter milers,
Captain Butler, Wetzel and Forbes
will hold the center of the stage in the
440 yard dash. The 220 yard dash,t
the half mile, mile and two mile are
the other runs, while the two hurdle
races, 120 high and 220 low, will com-
plete the list of track events.
Discus Close
The running broad jump, high ju'mp'
and pole vault, and most, if not all, of
the weight events, make up the rest
of the card. Dunne, Jacob, Stipe, and
Tidy are all throwing the discus ef-
fectively, and this contest should prove
one of the best.
Practice next week, weather per-
mitting will be titensified to make up
for the time that has been lost be-
cause of the frequent showers of the
past 10 days. While Ohio State is not
one of the strongest teams in the Con-
ference, Michigan should make a good
showing at Columbus to regain some
of the prestige lost at Berkeley. The
meets that follow Ohio, Chicago and
Illinois, are the hardest of the year,
and State should be good practice for
these later opponents.
Want anything? if you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

Tennis will have a prominent place
in the activities of the Intramural de-
partment next week. Interfraternity
and All-campus tournaments to start
next Tuesday are being arranged. A,
great deal of interest has been shown
in both tournaments, especially in the
campus singles which contains about
70 entries. In the All-campus doubles
22 teams are entered.
The interest in- the interfraternity
tournament has reached a high pitch
since the results of the tournament
will have a marked bearing on the
final results in the fraternity standing.
There are about 35 two men teams en-
tered in the meet. Entries will be ac-
cepted until Monday evening.
Soccer practice Will be held at
3 o'clock sharp today at Ferry
field, weather permitting.

the two courts next to the Varsity
courts are still reserved for members
of the Varsity squad. Because of the
brief time left in which to pick the
team which will go to Ohio, four
courts will be needed all next week.
These courts must not be played at

team, although only four, in all prol
ability, receiving their numerals.
Mis, Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodis
formerly with Mack and Co., willu
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesda
of every week. Phone 2673-M for al

Attention is called to the fact that and possibly six men will play on

Remember the regular meeting of
the Upper Room Bible Class in the
Upper Room, Lane Hall, at seven
o'clock this evening. The special mus-
ic will be a tenor solo by Harry Mer-
shon. All University Men are cordial-
ly welcome.-Adv.
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Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 0.
Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 3.
Other games-rain.

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In spite of showers and wintry
winds six games were played yester-
day afternoon in the .interfraternity
league. Trigon beat Phi Gamma Del-
ta, 17-10, in a game of many hits and
errols. Delta Tau *Deltaa beat the
strong Phi Upsilon teams 1-0. Theta
Chi shattered the hopes of Delta Up-
silon, the league leaders, by defeating
them 10-4. Lambda Chi Alpha won
from Chi Psi 6-4, while Xi Psi Phi
beat Phi Beta Pi by a score of 10-6.
Phi Sigma Kappa won from Sigma Nu
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