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A COURT
ERE TODAY,

Visiting pars Are Best
astern Part of
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FOOTBALL NOTICE
All men who have been out xor
spring football Practice and have
not yet signed up for the tourna-
ment Saturday afternoon are
requested to do so at once by
calling Tad Wieman, 566, or any
of the assistant football man-
agers.
Tea m ,anagers
Have Hard Road
To inal Su+ccess

MATCH, SECOND OF
YEAR FOR WOLVERINE
Mictn's Varsity tennis team op-
poses :e University of Oklahoma
rackewielders this afternoon at
3:30 lock in the second match of
the ar for the Maize and Blue l
squ, Oklahoma comes to Ann Ar-
bofith the two strongest net men
in 1e Southwestern colleges of fthe
Vjed States. The Sooners have
dionstrated their superiority in that
Etion of the country and are com-
g to contest Michigan's claim to the
onference title.
Oklahoma has met in the past more
and larger schools in tennis than in
any other sport. Last year they in-
vaded'the North and proved to be the.
equal of the schools in the Big Ten.
This year the Sooners are represent-
ed by Kirtland and Ben Parks and the
two ,are playing matches against col-
leges all the way from Texas to
Michigan.
Sooner Players Good
The Parks brothers are experienc-
ed players and have a string of vic-
tories to their credit. In the summer
of 1920, they entered the Missouri
valley tournament and won the Unit-
ed States Western sectional doubles
championship. This victory sent them
to the national doubles tourney at
Boston, where they were eliminated
by the Boston champs, Niles and Dab-

Sophomore tryouts
football manager will

for assistant.
report at the

club houset on Ferry field, at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon.
Each fall such a call goes out and
is answered by some 25 or 30 aspir-
ing second year men, searching for a
place in the campus sun. Each fal ,

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In the course of their trip this b
spring, the Sooners are playing t
matches with Kansas, Chicago, North- b
western, Michigan, Detroit, Indiana,
Illinois, Washington, Oklahoma Ag- I
gies, Arkansas, Drake, Ames, Grin- t
nell, Tulane, and Texas. Such an an-
spicious schedule has seldom been at'I
tempted by a college tennis team.c
Opposed to the Parks brothers will,
be Walter Wesbrook and Lewis Munz5
for .Michigan. Nothing need be said
about Wesbrook's ability on the courts
as his national rating of 28 last year l
speaks for itself. The Michigan cap-.
tain is rounding into mid-season form
and may be expected to ably take 1
care of himself at all times. Munz 1
has been showing good tennis for so
early in the season and will give at
good account of himself. The two
will also pair up in the doubles andt
while their team work is not yet ab-
solutely smooth, it will 'take an ex-.
,ceptionally good doubles combinations
to beat them.
Visitors Have, Advantage
/ The Oklahoma players will have a7
decided advantage over the Varsity
players in that they have already
been playing for several months. O4
the other hand, the Michigan team
has the advantage of playing on the
hoife court. So faf' Michigan has one
victory to its credit, while the Okla-x
homa team. has scored several. The
Sooners have also one defeat .regis-
tered against them at the hands of
the University of Chicago. The Mid-
way team defeated the Oklahoma
players on Monday. The scores of the
match, however, indicate the closeness
of it. Vories defeated B. Parks 3-6,
6-4, 6-3, Segal defeated K. Parks 3-6,
7-5, 108. In the doubles Vories and
Segal defeated the Parks brothers
3-6, 7-5, 8-6.
When one stops to consider, how-
ever, that Vories and Segal of. Chi-
cago are the Conference doubles
champions, that they defeated Wes,
brook and Munz in the Conference,
and that the two were decidedly in-
strumental in the defeat of Michigan
in a dual match last-year, the defeat
of Oklahoma does not look so bad.
In every case the- Southern players
won the first set from their oppon-
ents, but could not put across the
winning set.
Lee and Boak Referees
To accommodate the large gallery
which is expected to witness this in-
teresting match, grandstands have
been erected at the side of the Var-
sity. courts. As this is the first home
match of' the season, a large turnout
is expected to be on hand.' Dr. Lee
and Professor Boak will referee the
matches and will be assisted by the,
following linesmen: E. Bowers, A.
Ohlmacher, J. McManis, F. Worcester.'

two years later, when these men are
senio'rs, one of the number who first
reported is in full charge as manager
>f the Varsity football team and is
ooked upon by the campus as a suc-
cess. But what of the other men who
began the competition, where have
they fallen by the way?
Tryout Task Difficult
Life for a tryout for a manager-
ship is far from being a sinecure. He
works as hard and puts in as long
hours as the athlete who is compet-
ing, and without the attendant fame.
istarting in as. a tryout a man has to
compeje against a large number of
his classmates, each of whom is striv-.
ini to the utmost for an appointment
at the end of the season. There are
a thousand errands to be run, equip-
ment to be taken care of, and an at-
tendance record of all athletes to be
kept.
Competition for track and baseball
posts is probably the most severe as
the season in these sports is consid-I
erably longer than football and bas-I
ketpall. The present sophomore try-
outs on the track job were called out
last spring and worked for several
Veeks as freshman. Then when
Coach Steve Farrell called his men
out last fall the managerial tryouts
had to be on hand in Waterman gym-
nasium every afternoon,and have been
at the work steadily since then. The
baseball squad began work on Feb.
15, and the tryouts for assistant man-
ager reported at the same time. Not
the least of their duties was check-
ing out lockers and equipment and
taking care of the cage. The route
to the goal is strewn with difficul-
ties, some men fall because the work
is too much for them, while others

PLAY OPENINGROUND
OIUBLLIMR TOURNEY
Al Taylor's interfraternity billiard'
tournament is well under way at the
Union billiard room. The first pre-
liminary round has been played and
as soon as some of the later entries
have finished their initial matches the
semi-final round will begin. The
tournament isT elimination meet,
25 points constituting a game. A cup
is to be awarded the winner.
In the first round of the tourna-
ment Worth, Phi Sigma Kappa, beat
Mueller, Psi Upsilon, 25-24; Beier,
Kappa Beta Psi, was defeated by Col-
, ison, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 25-16;
lalcomson, Delta Upsilon, beat Whit-
beck, Theta Delta Chi, 25-12; Robbins,
Sigma Phi, 'beat Foster, Phi Kappa
Sigma, 25-23. Torrey, Sinfonia, drew
a bye. Landis, Alpha Delta Phi, de-
feated Griffith, Chi Psi, 25-24. The
Byrne, Sigma Chi, vs. Wykkel, Sigma
Nu, game will be played in the near
future.
In the second round Collison, Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon, defeated Malcom-
son, Delta Upsilon, 25-24. The other
games of the second round are Worth
vs. Davis, Robbins vs. Torry, Landis
vs. winner of the Byrne-Wykkel
match.
SPORT CALENDAR
3:30-Varsity tennis - Michigan vs.
Oklahoma; Varsity courts, Ferry
field.
3:30-Junior engineers vs. laws, south
Ferry field.
3:30-Senior lits vs. architects.,
6:45-Medic league-Phi Beta Pi vs.
Phi Chi, Phi Chi diamond.
6 :45-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Kapp.
Kappa, homoeop diamond.
WESTERN SPORT NOTES
Iowa, who will be the next team
the Varsity will meet on Ferry field
was defeated by Notre Dame last Fri-
day at Iowa City by a 4-1 score. Com-
parative scores seem to give the Wol-
verines a slight edge in the contest
Saturday.
Two hundred thirty-nine high school
athletes, representing the best of Iowa
prep material are entered in' the 13th
annual trhckU and field interscholastic
held by the Unifersity of Iowa.
"Slicker" Parks, pitching for the
Chicago Pyotts last Sunday, allowed

Intramural Baseball
Soph engineers 9, senior lits 8.
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INTRAMURAL NOTICE
Jersies awarded by the Intra-
mural department have arrived
for the following men: Corby,
Dunleavy, Shepherd, Burke, Bar-
ton, Brunner, Martin, Robertson,
Swift, Butler, Kipke, Merner,
Gerring, Haller, Smith, Clifford,
Gellard, De Foe, Caviener.
Yesterday 's Games

American League
New York 1, Detroit 2.
Boston 3, Chicago 2.
Philadelphia 0, St. Louis 1.
Washington 1, Cleveland 14.
National League
St. Louis 1, New York 4.
Chicago 19, Philadelphia 8.
Cincinnati 4, Brooklyn 5.
Pittsburgh 0, Boston 1.

FOUR MATCHES PLAYED
IN CAMPUS TENNIS SERIES
Four matches were played Tuesday
in the All-campus tennis tournament.
Rohan beat Richenbrode 6-8, 6-3, 6-3.
Snider had an easy time with Light-
body, the scores being 6-0, 6-0. Wright
disposed of Landouskie 8-6, 6-2.
Hodgeman beat Miller 6-4, 6-1. The
following are the pairings for the
second round of the tournament.
Sculley, 1017, vs. Hodgeman, 337-M;
Frankell, 2627, vs. Oliphant, 1017;
Snider, 1615, vs. Oppenheim, 265-J;
Gustus, 558, vs. Gregory; Hall, 578,
vs. Robbins, 1422-M; Schaefer, 493,
vs. Rohan, 1575; Sanche, 668-R, vs.
Clippert, 374; Parsons, 195-M, vs.
Dyason, 1546-R; Dunakin, 63, vs.
Ohlmacher, 856-W.
In the interfraternity tennis tourna-
ment Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated
Kappa Sigma 2-0. The scores of the
games were 6-4, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2. Alpha
Rho Chi defeated Acacia 6-3, 8-6, 6-4,
6-0.
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Phi Kappa Sigma 5, Alpha
Phi S.
Xi Psi Phi 11, Acacia 5.
Independents 5, Nu Sigma Nu
Alpha Kappa Kappa 6, Phi
Sigma 2.
Soph lits 7, architects 2.
Dents 11, fresh lits 2.

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are attacked by the dread ineligibility
and forced from the running. Football

the Rodgers Park
struck out seven

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of the opposition.

AT YOUR SERVICE

usually calls forth a large number of
candidates for managership because
of the popularity of the fall game..
Work in this branch lasts for about
three months a, year for the tryouts
but because of the large number of
men out for appointments there is al-
ways a keen fight among them. Bas-
ketball tryouts, in addition to their'
regular duties,, are forced to marshal
the' crowd in Waterman gymnasifm at
each game.
Four Assistants Picked
At the .end of a man's first year oft
managerial competition four are chos-
en from the 'sophomores who 'have
worked throughout the season to act,
as assistant managers in their junior
year. The assistant managers are
chosen' for the amount of work done,
the interest they show in the com-
petition, and personality. Each of the
four retiring , assistant 4 managers
names one sophomore tryout as his
choice for assistant the following year
and in this way the succession goes
on. The manager is chosen from the
four assistants at the conclusion of
the junior year and is appointed by
vote of the Athletic association, the
retiring manager, and the captain of
the team.
Managers and managers-elect of
the various major sports this year are
as follows: football, Robert E. Mc-
Kean, '21, Alfred L. May, '22; bas-
ketball, Boyd H. Logan, '21, Henry
D. Stricker, '22; track, Richard +0.
Fisher, '21E; baseball, Donald J. Por-
ter, '21.

The Pyotts won 6-2..Both runs made
off Parks came in the first inning.
The return of Walker to the track
squad should give Coach Farrell some
badly needed points next . Saturday.
Both Alberts and Osborne, of the Illini
team, have been doing over sir feet
consistently.-
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Illinois defeated Notre Dame in a
dual track meet last Saturday, 73 1-2
to 52. 1-2. The fact that Ohio State
showed unexpected strength in their
meet with the Wolverine team leads
dopesters to believe that the ConferI
enee meet at Stagg field, Chicago, on
June 4, will be hotly contested. Wis-
consin won from Chicago last Sat-
urday by a lopsided score.
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