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Chance of Victory Poor with Team
Weakened by Injuries and
Illinois Strong
CRUIKSHANK COUNTED ON
FOR MAJORITY OF POIN TS
Final practice for the track meetl
with the University of Illinois, which
will be held on the Urbana track to-
morrow afternoon, was held Thursday
when the menappeared to limber.up,
and keep in top condition for com-
petition. With the exception of the
weight men no one had any great
work to do, and the men contented
thgmselves with merely jogging
around the oval. Coach Steve Farrell,
Trainer Fallon, Manager Fisher, andl
18 members of the track and field
squad leave at 1:23 o'clock today on
the Michigan Central -for Chicago.
They arrive in Urbana tonight.
Losch Out
The team which the Michigan coach
takes to Illinois will be somewhat dif-
ferent from the squad that has hith-
erto represented* the Maize and Blue
on the cinders.. The illness of sev-
eral members of the team has neces-
sitated changes in the entries for
some of the events. The most no-
ticeable is the presence of Wetzel in
the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Losch is
not in first class condition and Farrell
is saving him for the Conference
meet, June 3 and 4. Lewis will be
taken in the 440 yard dash, and .Nay-
for has been nominated for the pole
vault. Swift will take the trip to
run the 220 yard low hurdles.
Michigan Victory Doubtful
In spite of the fact that the Wol-
verine athletes have done better this
week than at any time since the out-
door season started, the team is not
the favorite for the meet. 'Illinois'
strength in the middle and distance
runs and the weight events make the
Orange and Blue the probable win-
ner. Michigan has an outside chance
to take the meet, but the chance is
highly remote, and not to be counted
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upon. The team will make a good
showing, and if the men run true to.
form the final result will be close.
Crulkshank Best Bet
Cruikshank will probably be Michi-
gan's leading point grabber, as he is
certain of points in three races, both
hurdles and the broad jump. If these
are far enough apart for him to rest
adequately he should win at least the
low hurdles and the broad jump. Sim-
mons is looked upon as the winner of
the 100 yard dash, with a chance to
take honors in the 220. Other events
are more or less uncertain, and com-
(Continued on Page Eight)
SPORT CALENbAR
4:00-Dents vs. Medics, south Ferry
field.
Fresh Medic League
6:45-Independents vs. Phi Chi, Phi
Chi diamond.
6:45-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Beta Pi,
Homoeop diamond.

YRSITY PREPARES FOR
NALYE TILT SATURDAY
Returned from East Lansing with
an extra inning victory over the Ag-
gies, the Michigan nine today drilled
in preparation for the game with Iowa
on Saturday. While the. Hawkeyes
have lost their pitchirg aces of last
year, they boast a veteran nine Both-
erwise, and will come to Ann Arbor
primed for a hard contest.
Shackleford on First
The Wolverines had a comparative-
ly light workout yesterday, after the
hard contest with the Farmers on
Wednesday. Following a good bat-.
ting practice in which the ball was
,slugged around the lot, there was an
infield drill. With the exception of
Uteritz, who is suffering from a lame
arm, , the men looked good in the
field. At first base Shackleford is
coming along well, and is holding
down the initial sack in fine fashion
Oith the exception of a weakness on
ground balls.
In all probability Liverance will be
Fisher's choicey for mound duty
against Iowa. Livy will be out to
make up for being knocked out by
Notre Dame, and he should hurl some
excellent ball, such as he has ekhib-
ited :all along' this season.
]Need a Fielder
With Shackleford being, moved to,
first base from the outfield, Fisher -is}
looking for another fielder. Klein has
gotten into-the aine at right field
several times and has done well.
Jack Dunn has also come out again
after suffering for some time from a
lbadly injured finger, and at the rate
he was pounding the ball yesterday
will have to be considered seriously
for one' of the fielding berths. Fish is
also another likely candidate.

MICHIGAN WINS
FROM OKLAHOMA
(Continued from Page One)
By far the best tennis of the after-
noon came in the doubles match be-
tween Muna and Wesbrook as op-
posed by B. Parks and K. Parks. It
was in this unfinished match that the
Oklahoma players showed by . far
their best tennis. The Sooner pair'
play with excellent team work and
seem to work together more smooth-
ly than do Wesbrook and Munz. Both
teams were driving well in this con-
test. The n'et game of the visitors
and their siashing and volleying at
the net was a bright feature. Their1

deep lobs from the back of the court
and their frequent recoveries of hard
smashes from the rackets of Wes-
brook and Munz showed the Okla-
homa playe'rs in their best form. On
the other hand, the individual bril-
liancy of the Michigan pair almost
made up what they lacked in team
work. Michigan won the serve and
Munz scored the opening game for
the Maize and Blue. From then on
each player won his serve and the
games went to six-all. At this point
the Oklahoma, team broke through
Munz's serve and B. Parks followed
by winning his, thereby taking the
first set for Oklahoma, 8-6.
The Michigan team got away to an
early start in the second set and led
'TARRI3EST
" CHiCAGO

at three love when rain put a
porary halt to the play. The
was resumed and Wesbrook
Munz soon led at 5 love. Her
Parks brothers took a brace an
brought the score up to 5-3 whe
heavy downpour made further
impossible.
The largest crowd that has t
out to witness a tennis match in
Arbor filled the bleachers and
rounded the sides of the courts.
applauded the players heartily
aside from the occasional che
and applauding of errors, cone
itself well.
Summaries: Walter Wesb
Michigan, defeated Ben Parks,
homa, 6-2, 6-3. Lewis Munz,
iganadefeated-KirtlandParks,
homa, 9-3, 6-3. Forrest Dam
Oklahoma, defeated Robert. A
Michigan, 7-5, 7-5. B. Parks a
Parks, Oklahoma, versus Wes
and Munz, Michigan 8-6, 3-5,
ished because of rain.

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MedieLease
Sigma vs. Alpha

Phi Rho
Kappa.

Kappa

Interfraternity Tennis
Alpha Delta Phi vs. Zeta Psi;

Alpha Rho Chi vs. Delta Tau
Alph z Sigma Phi vs. Sigma
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Delta.
Phi Ep-

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ARE YOV INTERESTED in the
WELFARE OF YOUNG MENT
Play is as necessary as work.
Any, game which is interesting
enough to afford 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. f you are interested in
the wel are 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.:
HUSTON 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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INTERFRATERNITY BILLIARD
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Four men have entered the semi-
finals of the Anterfraternity billiard
tournament. at the Union. Robbins;
Sigma Phi, yesterday defeated Tor-!
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four -men who survived the elimina-
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