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S TEAM LEAVES
ITEASTERN MATCHES
tell meet the Wolverines. Fisher is the
fourth player.
Big Day at Cornell
Saturday is Spring day at Cornell,{
and in addition to the tennis matches
AR with Michigan the Red crew rows
against Princeton, and the baseball
left team takes on Yale.
nts This trip is one of the most am-
of bitious ever planned by the Varsity
ntic tennis team, and is he only Eastern
be competition in which any Michigan
nn., team enters this year. The members
the of the squad are hoping for an even
break, which means wins from Am-
ar- herst and Cornell. Victories over
the Harvard and Yale are not remote pos-
;GW. sibilities, but, due to the little time
illi- that Michigan has had to train for
ady, the meets, the men are not in the best
lay condition for the trip.

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SWIIMING NOTICE
The following members of the;
921 Varsity swimming team are
equested to meet at the Union at
15 o'clock this evening for the
ection of a captain for the 1922
eason: Hubbard, Gilmore, Hyde,
earle, Yerkes, White, Porter,
'rker, Hanson, Babcock, Dun-
p, Valentine, Smith, Corby, Dol-
vo, Elliott.

SMEET
Notre Dame Here for Game Today;
Coach Fisher's lien
Favored

SCHULTZ PICKED TO
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CHICACO TRICK SQUAD
COMES HERE SATURDAYI

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furnishing

eam, which is, with R
nceton, .the best in1
composed of the follc
Luke Williams, I
ampion in 1919, Bun
Moss. They will p
named. The Wolveri
Wesbrook wll 1take
Williams, but the rest
are problematical. Y

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IOONS
FOR

SHOULD PROVE EASY
COACH FARRELL'S
MEN

ven the most unbiased observer
not figure the University of Chi-
track team as having an outside

nes
his
of
Vale

sday
team goes to
hes Thursday.
irst .time this
L 5 to 4 last

robably oppose Captain Wes-
De. Turenne against Louis
and Duane and Fenno playing
t Angell and Merkel ,respective-
o doubles matches will also be
R U. Norris Williams, intercol-
champion while he.was an un-
duate at Harvard and later na-
singles champion, has been
ag the Crimson team. Here
Wesbrook should win, with the
results uncertain.
nherst Unknown Quantity
.ing has -been heard from Am-
concerning their team, the or-
which the men will play, or the
and White record for the year,
nsequently .nothing can be pre-
Michigan should, however, ob-
favorable verdict here on Fri..
tell is the last school that the
y. will play, the men arriving
aca Saturday noon and playing
the afternoon. The last match
hacans played, against Harvard,

IntramuralIRemts
Soph lits defeated the Junior lits
8-7 Monday afternoon in a close game
and the Junior engineers walloped
the Laws by a 5-3 score in the inter-
class baseball contests. Alpha Kappa
Kappa took Phi Rho Sigma into camp
by a 16-11 score on the same day.
In the ,tennis matches Phi Sigma
Delta defeated Phi Chi 2-0 and Stein-
er had little trouble in disposing of
Wright, winning by 6-1 and 6-1, and
Clippert fell before the fast work of
Sanchez, losing two natches, 6-0 and
6-2.
The tennis match between Schaef-
er, 493, and Rohan, 1575, must be
played by Friday'night as it is in the
second round.

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chance to defeat the University of
Michigan cinder path artists when the
two, aggregations meet on the Ferry
field oval gaturday afternoon. The
Maroons invade Ann Arbor with two
overwhelming defeats behind them in
outdoor track, as well as a miserable
indoor season during which Michigan
experienced no difficulty in coming out
on the long end of a large count.
Iowa and Wisconsin are the two
squads which have taken the measure
of the Chicago crew in meets which
resembled processions of their own
athletes rather than real competition
between rival universities. The Hawk-'
eyes romped over the Maroons by a
count of 94 1-2 to 34 1-2, while the
Badgers went the cohorts of Iowa one
better by garnering a total of 105
while the Maroons could barely locate
30 counters during the melee.
Chicago is admittedly superior in but
two events, the two mile and the ham-
mer throw, with Dooley acid Sprugh
in the former and Redmon in the lat-
ter excelling the Wolverine entries.
In a third, the mile, the Maroons are
thought' to have the edge, Krogh be-
ing a man who is fast and hard to
beat. In all other events, however,.
the Wolverine men are easily the su-
perlor of their opponents, and the
final score of the meet should show,
Michigan leading by a good margin.

How the Teams Lineup
Notre Dame Micigan
Kane, 3b Uteritz, 2b
Miles, ss Van Boven, ss
Mohardt, cf Perrin, cef
Blievernicht, c Shackleford, IbI
Fitzgerald, lb ' Karpus, 3b
Prokup, If Klein, rf
Barry, rf Genebach, If
Kiley, 2b Vick, c
Castner, p Schultz, p,
Notre Dame's ball nine, determined to
even the year's series, comes to Ann
Arbor today for the only home game
on the Michigan schedule this week. '
Just returned from Ohio State where
they played their best game of the{
season, the Wolverines are in top
form, and do not expect to go into the
ninth inning several runs behind, as
was the case at South Bend two weeks
ago.
However, the Notre Dame team is a '
strong club and is expected to put up
a hard battle which will not -be over
until the last man is down in the
ninth. For several seasons the Irish-
Wolverine games have been fiercely'
contested, the Catholics occasionally
overcoming Michigan teams which de-
feated all other comers in this section.
Yesterday afternoon after a light
batting and fielding practice Coach
Fisher announced that Dick Schultz
would be his choice for mound duty'
today. In the previous contest at
South Bend the Nebraskan turned

back the Catholics with a fair degre
of success for the last five inning
and as he makes the original start t
day, he will have everything to wo
for.
In all probability Castner, a po
side flinger, will do the pitching fo
Notre Dame. If he is the visitor
hurler, it will prove valuable trainin
for the Wolverines in preparation f
the coming Illinois games since Barne
premier Indian pitcher, is a left hand
er. The Michigan hitters have ha
little practice against left hande
this year and will welcome a chanc
to try their offerings.
SPORT CALENDAR
WEDNESDAY
Varsity Baseball
4:05--Notre Dame vs. Michigan, Ferr
field.
Medic Baseball
6:45-Phi Beta Pi vs. Phi Rho SIgm
Ann street diamond.
6: 45-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Kapp
Kappa, Homoeop diamond.
6:45-Phi Chi vd. Independents, P
Chi diamond.
THURSDAY
Interclass Baseball
Junior lits vs. Senior lits, south Fe
ry field.
Junior engineers vs. Dents, south Fe
ry field.
Medic League
6:45-Phi Chi vs. Phi Rho Sigm
Homoeop diamond.
6:45-Nu Sigma Nu vs. Phi Beta P
Ann street diamond.
6:45-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Ind
pendents, Phi Chi diamond.
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National League
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4.
New York 4, Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn 9, St. Louis 7.
Boston 8, Chicago 4.
American League
Washington 2, Detroit 1.
Cleveland 4, New York 2.
Chicago 10, Philadelphia: 4.
St. Louis 4, Boston 2.

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