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Gustus def. Baron, 6-1, 6-1; Hall def.
Marentay, 6-2, .6-4; Robbins def. Orn-
stein, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Clippert def. Cohn,;
6-2, 6-1; Dunakin def. Denhurder, 6-2,
6-1; Ackerman def. Stephens, 4-6, 6-2,
6-2.

ITH OHI SAET CK MI

Campusl
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SPORT CALFNDAR

In the second round Hall, 2589R,
will play Robbins, 1422M. The result
of another fraternity match has been
turned in, Phi Sigma Delta defeating
Alpha Tau Omega, two matches to
one.

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NOON
VIA TOLEDO

Friday
time) --Varsity

12:50-(City

track

"There is no reason why Ohio1
State should not have a. track team
as strong as any other school in the
Conference," said Coach Steve Farrell
of the Varsity track team yesterday!
afternoon in discussing'the outcome ofE
the Varsity-O. S. U. dual meet at Co-
lumbus Saturday. "They have equip-
ment second to none in the West,
draw just as good material as we do,
and in addition have a coach who was
The only man who ever won two events
in one day at the Penn Relays. The
sentiment on the campus that this
meet should be a practice tilt for us
has no foundation."
Two Ohio Men Do Well at Penn
The Scarlet and Gray squad was
considerably weakened by injuries
last year and its performance was no
true measure of its present strength.
Two O. S.-U. men furnished one of the
thrills at the Penn Relays last week
when they forced Desch of Notre'
Dam' to break the world record for1
the 440 low hurdles. Pittinger of
State led the winner all the way, beat
him over the last hurdle and just lost
out in the straightaway beyond .the
last hurdle.
Twenty men have been chosen to
make the Columbus jaunt and will
leave at 12:50 o'clock today over the1
Ann Arbor in charge of Coach Far-
rell and Manager Fisher. Losch, Sim
mchns, Butler, Wetzel, Lewis, Burns,
Douglas, Burkholder, Standish, Cruik-'
shank, Sargent, Walker, Naylor, Stipe,
Schmnidt, Hoffman, Dunne, Jacobs are
the men who will wear the Maize and
Blue.
Van Orden Not Going
Van Orden, who made the California'
trip, has not shown good form since
the, team'sreturn from the West and
Ih't has been left here to practice for
the Illinois dual meet. Swift was not
included in the squad although he
won the low hurdles in the trials. The
fact that he is not a high hurdler and
Sargent does both the high and low
events gave the latter man the post.
Schmidt, a new man who has been
showing up well in the hammer
(Continued on Page Six)
Yesterday 's Games.
American League
Detroit 9, St. Louis 0.
Chicago A, Cleveland 0.
No other games-rain.
National League
Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 3.,
Cincinnati 11, Chicago 7.
No other games-rain.

team leaves for Columbus.
3:30-Alpha Delta. Phi vs. Theta Chi
(fraternity league).
3:30-Xi Psi Phi vs.,Acacia (fratern-
ity league).
3:30-Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Lambda
Chi Alpha (baseball).
3:45-Laws vs. Torry's soph-lits (in-r
terclass baseball).
3:45-Soph engineers vs. junior lits
(interclass baseball).
4:30-Zeta Psi vs. Phi Sigma Kappa
(baseball).
6:45--Phi Rho Sigma vs. Nu Sigma
Nu (medic league).
10:20-Varsity tennis team leaves for
Columbus from Detroit.
SWING-OUT HALTS
FOOTBALL DRILL
Swing-out made itself felt way down
on Ferry field yesterday afternoon,
only about 25 men appearing in togs.
Tad spent the greater portion of the
afternoon having the boys place and
drop, kick. Every candidate was given
ample opportunity to show what he
could do in booting the ball from
placement. Knode also did a great
deal of punting..
The backs specialized in passing
with the ends running down under the
pigskin. At the same time the line-
men were shown how to break.
through two opponents and how best
to use their hands and eyes. It is
hoped that a large number will be out-
today as this is the last time this week
to get in some hard work. No prac-
tice will be held Saturday on account
of the baseball game with Chicago.
-In tramural Item s
TENNIS
Wednesday of next week will be the
last day on which first round matches
in the All-campus tennis singles-may
be played. After that day any games'
not completed will be cancelled, un-
less the weather becomes unfavorable
to blay. Results of matches should be
turned' into the intramural office im-
mediately upon their completion.
The following have been played off:

MEDIC BASEBALL RESULTS
Nu Sigma Nu 12, Phi Chi 4.-
Phi Beta Pi 21, Phi Rho Sigma 3.

Jerseys for Fresh lit basket ball
team have arrived at the Intramural
office,
TENNIS TEAM LEAVES
TUTODYFORFIRST MATCH
Michigan's Varsity tennis team will
open its Conference schedule tomor-
row when it meets Ohio State at Co-
lumbus on State's courts. The team,
made up of Capt. Walter Wesbrook,
Lewis Munz, Robert Angell, Charles
Merkel, and Manager George Rein-
del Jr., will . leave from Detroit at
10:20 o'clock tonight and will arrive
in Columbus at 8:40 Saturday omrn-
ing.
In order that the tennis men may
witness the track meet in the after-
noon, the net match will take place
at 10 in the morning. It is quite prob-
able that Captain Wesbrook will not
play as Steve may need . him in the
pole vault that-afternoon. In that
case Munz will play number one. The
doubles combinations have not yet
been decided.
While this is the ' Varsity's. first
match, Ohio State has already down-
ed two smaller colleges in Ohio. The
Scarlet and Grey ihas made a clean
sweep in all matches with Denison
and Oterbein. Although it is not cer-
tait who will represent the Columbus
school, Hane, Carran, Wirthwein, and
Judd are probable choices. Hane with
his doubles partner Bartel was dou-
bles champion of the State of Michi-
gan several years ago. Wirthwein and
Judd were both members of last
year's team which went down to de-
feat before the Varsity net men by
the score of 5 to 1.
Unless it is found that his services
are needed Wesbrook will play in
only one match, provided the track
team does not demand his services.
Should the play be going against the
Maize and Blue, the captain will take
part in both the singles and doubles.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

MAROON NINE HAS HAD
POO ESN TO DATEl
SERIES 01 DEFEATS MAKE CHI-
C*WO VICTORY SATURDAY
IMPROBABLE
With six straight{ victories behind'
them after their return from the
Southern trip, the Maize and Blue
nine will take the field Saturday aft-
ernoon against the University of Chi-
cago in the third Confrence game of
the year.
Chicago comes with a fast and pow-
erful team, but with one that has been
the organization upon whom Mr. Jinx
paid no small amount of attention this
year, only Northwestern having been
equally disturbed by his presence. Out
of four Conference games, the Mar-
oons have dropped three. Coach Mer-
rifield's men dropped the opener to
Lundgren's Illinois team by a 7-1
ARE YOU INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF' YOUNG MENI
Play is as' necessary as work.
Any game wh ch is interesting
enough to aff real ;Re-crea-
tion is a beneficial game, pro-
vided it~ is *played amid clean,
decent surroundings.
Most young-"men prefer games !
like billiards for their leisure
hours. If you are interested in
the welfare of young men, you
are invited to visit our billiard
parlors as often as you wish.
You will find that- this is a
place of clean sport, where
gambling, profanity and other
undesirable elements are abso-
lutely TABOO.
H USTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
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after by a 5-0 win over Northwestern.
-Then came the game with Wiscon-
sin, the Badgers -taking the long end
of an 8-2 count. Ohio State added
insult to injury by giving the Maroons
the heaviest drubbing a4ministered in
IConference circles for some years, the
final score, after the parade had ceas-
ed, being 20-5.
Notwithstanding this disheartening
series of losses, Chicago is a well
fortified aggregation, and they are de-I
termined to administer a telling blow
to Michigan's Conference champion-
ship hopes on Saturday. Coach Fish-
er's men are in fine condition, how-
ever, and with the heavy artillery that

Swimmers ha
in turning in th
tramural office
handed in at o
of the team wil
until the retu
made.

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used in Murad--Why?

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Thayer Street, up stairs.
Call between 3:00 and 5:90 or 6:30 and 8:00 P. 3.,

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