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First Signs Of Warm Weather Bring
Out Candidates For Tennis Squad;
AllFourfrembers f1920 Team hack
Regular Competition for Places Will
Not Begin Until After Spring
With the first signs of warm weath-
er several members of last yea'r's
Varsity tennis team have been work-
ing out on the concrete court at Ferry
field. This is the earliest that the rack-
et men have ever been out, and prac-
tice has consisted merely in limber-'
ing up and getting back into condition.
Regular competition for places on the
team will not commence until after]
spring vacation. In the mean time
candidates will spend their time i
Strong Team Assured
One of the brightest features for this
year's tennis season is the fact that
all the members of last year's aggre-
gation will be back. The four men
who represented Michigan last year
on the courts will again be available.
In addition, the two men who received
their "AMA's" are also on hand to
say nothing of the freshmen who were
awarded their numerals last year.
With these prospects and material
Michigan is again assured of a strong
The outstanding member of this
year's team combination of course
will again be Walter Wesbrook. His
national rating of last year, which
was 28, was many places above any
other college player now in school.
There is no doubt that he is the fore-
most college player in the country.
With Wesbrook as the backbone of
the team and the other material from
which to pick the rest of the squad,
Michigan is in line for one of the
strongest teams in the history of the
sport at the University.
Tournament Play Helps
The other members of the 1920
four, Munz, Angell, and Reindel, have
profited by considerable tournament
play since last season and will again
put in strong claims for places on the
squad. Worcester who played in the
Philippines up to Christmas time has
returned to school this semester and
will dispute the others' claims. Of
the freshmen a .year ago, Sanchez,
Zemon, and Gregory are the best per-
counted on to furnish opposition are
Merkel, Bowers, and Jerome. Kelsey,
an "AMA" man last year is temporar-
ily ineligible but may work off his con-
dition before the season begins.
Because of the very limited facilities
and the poor conditions, it is abso-,
lutely essential that the ruling re-
garding the use of the concrete court
on Ferry field be strictly lived up to.
This court is at all times reserved for
Varsity use and any men outside of
the Varsity squad are, expected to
vacate when members of the Varsity
list are waiting to use it. Until furth-
er notice the men *vho are entitled to
the court are: Wesbrook, Munz, Ang-
ell, Reindel, Worcester, Kelsey, Bow-
ers, Jerome, Merkel, Sanchez, Zemon
C. K. MacNeil, '24, Wednesday broke
the Union bowling record by rolling
286. The former high record, held by
E. G. Mraz, '21E, was 276. MacNeil
rolled ten straight strikes, made a
split on the eleventh roll and failed
to strike the two remaining pins on
Altho no little interest has been
centered in this sport lately, it is
highly probable that this record will
stand for some time. The first lap of
the Union bowling tournament has
been completed, each of the ten two-
man teams that qualified having bowl-
ed the first of three sets -of three
games each. The team composed of
F. T. Gallagher, '21, and F. A. Brad-I
ford, '21, is in the lead with 1,228 pins
to their credit.
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Tryouts are wanted for the
position of assistant interschol-
astic manager. Men desiring to
go out for this position are re-
quested to turn in their names
at the athletic office or to call
David Forbes at 909. Sopho-
mores are desired.
SOCCER TEAM TO
The Michigan soccer team will play
its first game of the season at 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon, opposing
the strong Windsor Rovers from Can-
ada. The Rovers are picked as the
likely winners of the Canadian chal-
lenge cup. Michigan, however, will be
represented by one of the strongest
teams in her history, and will rule a
slight favorite over the visitors.
Five of the men, Sanchez, G. Dya-
son, Baucis, Ortez, and Vander Meu-
len have played senior league. The
following men will compose the Mich-
igan team: Van "Reenen, Sanchez,
Tsai, Merry, Theunisseh, Broodryk, G.
Dyason, Baucis, Ortez, Vander Meu-
len, Samuels, Heyns, Crino. The Ros-
es from Detroit, present statecham-
pions, have been secured for next
UNAFFILIATED MEMBERS OF
DELTA TAU DELTA FORM CLUB
Members of the various chapters of
Delta Tau Delta fraternity from other
universities who have not been affil-
iated here, have organized a club,
known as "The Rainbow club," which
will meet in social gatherings twice
a month at the Union.
Any members of the fraternity,
whether faculty members of students,
are eligible for membership in the
club. According to G. W. Rochester,
'23L, chairman of the club, this is the
first organization of its kind to be es-
tablished by Delta Tau Delta.
I . Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.
TICKETS FOR CORNELL
MEET 60N INN HOUR
STUDENT INTEREST IN CONTEST
WITH ITHACANS RUNS
Interest on the part of the student
body in the Cornell Michigan track
meet is at a high point, if the demahd
for tickets may be taken as any cri-
terion. All the 2,000 were disposed
of in an hour, and for the succeed-
ing two hours, the numler of appli-
cations did not fall off.
The meet with the Big Red team
should be one of the most interesting
indoor contests of recent years, and
will be one of the best dual meets of
the year. This will be the only op-
portunity to compare the Wolverines
with the Eastern squads, since the
Intercollegiate meet has been passed
up in favor of the trip to California.
Cornell Ability Unknown -
So little is known of the ability of
the members of the Cornell team, that
no positive predictions concerning the
final,outcome of the meet have been
made. Coach Farrell is certain that
the result of the meet will hang on
some of the events in which the rel-
ative strength of neither team is
known. This would include the two
hurdle races, the high Jump, and to a
certain extent, the shot put. Either
team may score heavily in these, while
there are others in which Michigan
holds the balance of power. Cornell
will have little trouble in the distance
Moakley Announces Entries
The following 26 men were selected
by Coach Jack Moakley of Cornell last
Mondayto compete against the Wol-
verines tomorrow night:
50 yard dash - Carpenter, Davi-
son, John, Righter, and H. H. Smith.
Half mile-Cook, Irish, and Rich-
High and low hurdles-Archbold,
A. H. Treman, A. B. Treman, Ver-
milye, and R. G. Watt.
1 High jump--Garden, Lathrop; Nich-
ols, and Ramsay.
440 yard dash-Chapman and H. H.
Mile run--Gillies, Harper, Captain
McDermott, and Strickler.
Pole vault-Gouinlock and Stevens.
Shot put-Davison and Goodnow.
One mile relay--Carpenter, Davison,
John, and Righter.
A meeting of all men interest-
ed in soccer will be held at' 7
o'clock Friday night in room
302 of the Union.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
IN D. A. C.. SWIM
Nine Michigan swimmers have al-
ready been entered by Coach Drulard
in events to be staged by the Detroit
Athletic club Saturday afternoon and
evening, and there is a possibility that
still more Wolverine tank men may
take part. Although the aquatic sea-
son is officially closed as far as dual
meets are concerned, Coach Drulard
intends to enter men in such events
from time to time in order to keep
the men in thetbest of condition dur-
ing the spring.
Of the nine entered Hyde and Han-
son will endeavor to cop honors in
the state championship 100 yard
breast stroke, while Parker may en-
ter unattached. In the 100 yard back
stroke Hubbard and Porter will strive
to bring the state title to the Wolver-
ines, and in the 100 yard free style
handicap Captain Gilmore will swim
for the Maize and Blue while Valen-
tine will go the route unattached. An-
other Michigan entrant is White in- the
fancy diving. Leonard, a freshman,
and Don Nixon, yearling captain, will
also swim unattached in the 100 yard
On Wednesday next Coach Drulard
plans to have his men swim against
times made in the Conference tank
meet this month in the endeavor to
gain soine idea of how Michigan-would
will most certainly be
Other men who can be
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WIRLFARtE OF TOVNG ME~N?
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,
Most young men prefer games
like billiards for their leisure
hoars. 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-
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