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April 22, 1922 - Image 4

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iompar s Favorably With Those of
Leading Eastern Collegiate
Net Teams
WOLVERINES WILL PLAY 19
MATCHES WITHIN SIX WEEKS
Announcement of the 1922 Varsity
tennis schedule has been made by the
manager of the tennis team. Follow-
ing up the increasing interest tliat has
been shown in the net game the last
five, years, the schedule of matches
this year compares favorably with
that of the leading Eastern colleges
The stimulus which the game has
been given by the presence of such
players as Walter ,Weebrook, Chris
Mack, Nick Bartz and other players of
national renown on the Michigan
teams in recent years has led to an
improved schedule and a higher cal-
bre of. tennis. A similar expansion
has been taking place in all the uni-
versities of the country. The desir-
able nature of tennis as an intercolleg-
fate sport is being more and more ap-
preciated annually, :nd the following
the example which Michigan set many
years back, allthe tadipg schools are
,ecognizing the game . as a major
sport.
This year's varsity will play the
best teams in the Conferene. The
first Big , T~en team on the list is Il-
linois. Ohio State, Northwestern, Min-
nesota, Wisconsin, and Chicago will be
met later in the order, named.
Two Western Matches *
Two of the best teams in the coun-
try may be seen in action on Ferry
field in the course of the year when
the University of Southern California
and the University of Oklahoma will
engage the Varsity in dual matches.
Tie team will also take its an'nual
Eastern trip during the week of May
15 to. 20. Pittsburg, Carnegie Tech,
Pennsylvania, Lehigh, and "oornell
will Ne met in the course of the trip,
Against Pennsylvania, the team will
probably run into the hardest go g of
the season. William Tilden, II, for two
years the champion of the world, has
been coaching the net team of his
alma mater and with Carl Fischer as
captain of the team, Pennsylvania has
one of the three best college players
in the country.
Two Practice Games
Practice matches wtih the Pozitiac
tennis club, M. A. C. and the Detroit
tennis club are ow the list of early
matches. Michigan will also be rep-
resented at the Conference singles and
doubles .chainmionships to be held at
Chicago. Following the plan which
was inaugurated last year, the second
annual interscholastic tennis tourna-
ment for high school players in this'
section of the country will be held on
the Ferry field courts during the
week of JunesI to 3. "
While this years' team will not b
the equal of that last year when the
Michigan net squad was rated sixth to
Princeton, California, Leland Stanford,
Harvard and Yale, there are a number
of average players trying out for the
team. There is of course no one to
compare with Wesbrook but it is
doubtful whether there is any col-
lege player who can come up to his
standard.The list of candidates shows
a wejI balanced group of players.
The schedule is as follows:
Wednesday, May 3-MA A. C. at Ann
Arbor.
Friday, May 5-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
Saturday, May 6-University of South-
ern California at Ann Arbor.
Monday, May 8-University of Okla-
Noma at Ann Arbor.
Thursday, May 11-Ohio Sate a tt An
Ann Arbor.
Saturday, May 13 - Detroit Tennis
club at Detroit, pending.
(Continued on Page Five)

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RAY FISHER AND "ERNIE" VICK, STAR CATCHER, WHO IS PLAYING HIS LAST YEAR OF BASEBALL 7O
GAN. ERNIE WILL COMPLETE THREE YEARS ON THE SQUAD WITH THE CLOSE OF THE PR

R THE' UNIVERSITY OF MICHI-
tESENT SEASON.;
Prof. H. H. Bartlett in Washington
Prof. H1. H. Bartlett, 'of the botany
department, has gone to Washington,
D. C., .to attend a meeting of the Na-
tional Research council. He expects
toy return Tuesday.I

pe. If Vogal is in con-
1 be one of the most
>pponents. Kipke should
leld and on the bases.
and Don Penenl will be
ft garden of the oppos.
gay. Both fielders have
experience and are-de-
In case Coach Fisher
id 'in Roby to pinch hit
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