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PRIME
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BIEST
SCHOOLS

Wesbrook's sudden attack
licitis will eliminate himI
Western Conference track
first week in June and cut
points which Michigan is
pile up in this cinder class-
now until then' Coach Far-
be priming his men for this
last on the Wolverine

From all previous performances II-
nois is rated by far as the favorite
or the Big Ten affair, and unless out-
ide schools cut seriously into her
oints, there is little doubt about her
ictory. Michigan should be second
t Chicago, although Wisconsin, No-
re Dame, and possibly Missouri,
ansas, or Nebraska, may count
nough points to overshadowg the
ork of the Wolverines. The out-
ome of such a meet is difficult to
)recast, for non-Conference schools.
oast excellent men in particular
vents which may seriously cut into
ie total of any one of the Confer-
nce aggregations.
Simmons Sure Point Winner
Simmons is a certain point getter
1 the century and the 220 with great
ossibilities of his annexing a first in
ach. Iayes of Notre Dame and
leering of Nebraska are his most
ormidable opponents gwith Knollin of
Visconsin, Prescott of - Illinois and
Iradley of Kansas also threatening.
lisk Losch will in all probability be
n shape, and he must also be con-
idered a a contender.
According to the present trend of
ffairs, Cal Wetzel will run in thel
40 trials on Friday, ,and i, his show-f
ag is sufficiently good, .he may not
nter either the 100 or 220 on Satur-
ay. However, his recent perform-,
nces in the 220 stamp him as a manj

who will finish close up to the win-
ner in this event.
Butler to Run Usual Event
Larry Butler in the quarter should
take this event, although he will be
hard pressed by Donohoe and Sweet
of Illinois\and Pittinger of Ohio. Lew-
is may staid a chance' for a point or
two, as may either Wheeler or Joy-
ner.
The half mile, mile, ,and, two mile"
present problems to the coach. Burk-
holder and Douglas can do 'both
events, and it is difficult to say whiph
man will run the half or the mile.
However, both of them will proba-
bly run In the A80 trials Fridaf, and
if their showing is not satisfactory
they may attempt the mile' on Satur-t
day. Burns will also be in shape by
the Conference meet and should
count a point perhaps. As Standish's
work in the. two mile has not been
sufficieintly good to win a place in this
event, according to the dope, he may
be shifted to the mile, where !he.
stands a better clance of placing.
Crnikshank Rests
Cruikshank is laying off from track
work for a few days, as his constant
training and hard competition have
tended to make him stale. He is suf-
fering also from a bad leg, but with a.
short rest, Cruikie should come back,
primed to win the broad jump and
to give the low hurdlers a stiff race
in fast time.
SPORT CALENDAR
TUESDAY
Class Baseball
4:15-Junior engineers vs. Dents,
south Ferry field. ;
6:45-Phi Chi vs. Independents, Wash-
tenaw diamond.
6:45-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Phi
Beta Pi, Glen avenue diamond.-
Interfraternity Track
3:00-'Out door interfraternity track
meet, Ferry field.
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Michigan's tennis team will enter
the Conference championships this
week at Chicago seriously handicap-
ped. The loss of Capt. Walter Wes-
brook as a result of the operation
for appendicitis which he sustained
Saturday at Ithaca leaves the Varsity
in a badly crippled condition."
'Wesbrook, who is the highest rank-
ed college player in the country, was
practically certain to win the Big Ten
championship for the third consecu-
tive time this year in singles and,
paired with Munz, he had an excep-
tionally good chance of taking the
doubles honorst also.
Munz and Angell in Doubles
It is likely that Munz and Angell
will form the first doubles team at the
Chicago meet, with the second com-
bination uncertain. Although neith-
er of the teams have had much prac-
tice together it is expected that they
wilt form strong teams. The former
combination played together at\ Am-
herst during the recent Eastern trip
seemed to work smoothly.
Munz, Angell, Merkel, and Reindel
will, in all probability, all enter the
singles. Michigan will stake the big-
gest share of her hope for another
Conference singles title on Lewis
Munz, who played such brilliant ten-
nis at Harvard,'Yale, and Cornell.
Munz beat DeTurrenne, the Harvard
captain, in the most exciting match of
the year. Both men were playing
above their usual game and it was
anybody's match until the last point.
Almost Tie Harvard
The showing made ,by the team on
its four-day Eastern journey was all
that could be expected,. Both Harvard
and Yale are strongly represented on
the courts and it was no disgrace to
be defeated by them, especially when
it is taken into consideration that the
Varsity almost secured a tie at Cam-
bridge. The clean sweeps which the
Michigan team made at Amherst and
Cornell were not foreseen. The show-
ing at Ithaca was particularly sur-
prising since it was'made without the
aid of Captain Wesbrook's services.

ing all week when he was in continual
pain bears mention. At no time did
he impart to the other members of the
team the extent of his suffering, but
kept on until he could play no more.
He is in the Cornell Infirmary at Ith-
aca and it is urged that his friends
write him in order that his recupera-
tion may be as pleasant as possible.
MICIGN* ILL STABE
FIRST ANNUAL INTER-
SCHOLASTIC ET MEET!
The first interscholastic tennis meet
ever attempted at Michigan, will be
held at Ferry field, on June 2, 3, 4.
Invitations will be sent out to all the
representative high schools ii? this
part of the country. Each school will
be allowed two men in the singles and
one doubles team. Play will be the
regulation two out of three sets to
the finals, when it will be replaced by
three out df five for the concluiding
match. Prizes are to be awaided the
winner and runner-up in each event.
Great interest is being shown in, the
meet. Members of the Varsity ten-.
nis team will be in charge and George
Reindel' will manage the meet. The
men on the high school teams will be
quartered at the various fraternity
houses during the course of the meet.'
About 30 men are expected to take
part. Thus-far the following schools
have signified their intention of en-
tering: Scott High, Toledo; Central
and Eastern high schools, Detroit; and
several Cleveland high schools.

Varsity TenisW Team Handicape
By Loss Of. Capt.' Walter, Wesbrook

Intramural Ithems
Four games were played in the med-
ic league over the week end. All the
games were marked by close scores
and were hotly contested.- Phi Rho
Sigma beat the Independents, 14-3.
Nu Sigma Nu won a game of heavy
hitting from Alpha Kappa Kappa, 14-
12. Nu Sigma Nu also defeated Phi
Beta Pi, 8-7. But Phi Beta Pi got an
even break in the percentage column
by turning on Phi Chi and beating
them, 6-4.
Phi Psi defeated Phi Sigma Kappa,
2-1, in the interfraternity tennis con-
testa and Nu Sigma Nu, won from
Cygnus, by forfeit.

Gregory defeated Weyand, 6-3,
and Klein won from Ackerman,
6-1, in the, two matches of the:
campus tournament.

7-5,
6-2,
All-

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Weather permitting the fc
All-campus tennis matches
completed by Wednesday
May 24: Sculley 1017-J vs. H
437-M; OQborne 1744 vs. Hicks
Snider 1615 vs Oppenheim 256
all 1017-J vs. Hames 871-R;
thur 18 vs Kaufman 1316-M;
1422-M vs. Rohan 1575-J.
One other fourth, round n
announced, Klein 1744 vs.Ph]
8,p-W.
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The following interfraternity tennis
matches must be completed by Friday
afternoon, May 26: Phi Delta Theta
vs. Alpha Kappa Kappa, Lambda Chi
Alpha vs. Phi Sigma Delta, Psi Up-
silon vs. Sigma Phi Upsilon, Kappa
Beta Psi vs. Chi -Psi, Phi Kappa Psi
vs. Kappa Nu, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Tri-
gon.
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Detroit 5, Philadelphia 2.
Washington 8, Chicago °5.
Cleveland 4, Boston 1.
National League ;
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