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CONTINUES TO PREPARE
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WARM WEATHER KEEPS 'VARSITYTENNIS TEAM MEETS M.A.C.'
SPRIN si MEN AWAY THIS AFTERNOONIN FIST HOME TILT

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NDOWSKI AND HOFFMAN ARE
EXPECTED TO SCORE POINTS
[chigan's Varsity trackmen are
Aping along in a pleasing fashion
tang in readiness for the meet with
o State on Saturday. Steve Far-
lhas been prepping his men in
nest in hopes that he may uncov-
some hitherto unknown find on the
ad so that the weakness may in
Le fashion be bolstered tip, and that
inch better showing may be made
ing the remainder 'of the season
,n has been made thus far.
'he Wolverines, for the first time
years, cannot boast of a whirl-
d track team. Few veterans were
from last year's squad and Steve
nd himself hard pressed for good
:erial. Butler, Cruikshank, Wet-
Wesbrook' and a number of other
sistent performers, including the
outable shot-putter, VanOrden,
e lost to the team either through,
duation or ineligibility, and be-
se of the 'surprisingly small
)unt of god material that has been
ilable this season, Michigan has
ered a bit in carrying on its splen-
record in track.
Show Proper Spirit
i all justice to the men who are
the squad at present, it must be
I that they have done remarkably
. Considering all the circum-
aces that have surrounded the
ad this season, the fact that the
n have been working with the
per spirit and enthusiasm, in spite
he few reversals they have encoun-
ed, is deserving of more than pass-
mentioA.
'he team is not as well balanced as
night be. In fact it is miserably
Lk in some .events in comparison
b the leading aggregations in the
inry such as Illinois and Cornell.
, there are a number of good per-
ners on its list, who, though not
1 Johnsons or Ralph Craigs, have
rkd so faithfully in practice that
Lr performances have shown favor-

stand up in the lime-light for the re-
mainder of the year. His remarkable'
performance at Philadelphia last Sat-
urday when he finished second in the
javelin throw, in which event a new
record was established, was more
than pleasing. He is being counted
upon for a number of points in this.
event, for the coming meets.
Simmons and Burke, in the dashes,
Sargent in the hurdles, Stine in the
weight events, McElven in the high
jump, Siemons, Joyner, and Lewis in
the 440 yard dash, Hattendorf and
Douglas in the half-mile, and Bowen
in the mile are the men who have
carried the brunt of the burden thus
far this season. :Although none of
them have hopes of breaking .any;
world records this year, they have
shown considerable improvement and
are to' be regarded as good, consistent
performers.
Look for Improvement
A number of, oher men are deserving
of great credit also. The new men.
have in many cases taken to training
in earnest and next year should find
them ready to step along with the
best of athletes.
The showing of the team this year
cannot be fully regarded as an esti-
mate of Michigan's real strength in
track. Ineligibility and graduation
have left their marks on the squad,
yet in spite of it all there is a re-'
deeming . feature, that is essentially
that the men on the team have as a
whole shown the proper spirit. That
spirit may not be capitalized into vic-
tories in every case but is bound to
bring"some results. It would not be
terribly- surprising to see the Wolver-
ines upset the dope in some of the
coming meets and come across with a
few wins.
100 visiting cards, latest styles, from
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ber of men who have been reporting
to Coach Wieman each day has
dwindled so that no more than 30
were in suit on Ferry field yesterday
afternoon. This is quite a few less
than reported during the first part of
the spring season and Coach Wieman-
would like to see all those who have.
signed up come out each night for the
remainder of the session.
Signal practice comprised most of
the work yesterday afternoon, the men
being devided into different squads.
and put through a hard drill. Kick-
ing, passing, and blocking were also
stressed, many of the men being iven
individual instruction in this latter
art, Quite a number of faults were
brought out in the practice game'
which was held last Saturday after-'
noon and the coaches spent some time
trying to correct these defects.
This is the third week of spring
practice and the workouts will con-
tinue another week, closing a week
from Saturday. The men who have
reported have been hard workers and
the coaches are well pleased with the
results which they have obtained.

,Matches to Nothing on
Saturday
COACH WESBROOK PICKS SALE
TEAM TO PLAY AGGIES TOD

Owing to the exceptionally warm -.
weather for football practice the num- W1nS From'alttia Teniiis Club

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Heat
score of six matches to three. Other Saturday E
scores are not available. tertained at
Coach Wesbrook does not expect later enjoyec
serious opposition from the visitors igan radio 1
Mr. A. O. Bou
because his ream played the Pon- usual experi
tiac club last Saturday and won from ing its victc
them six matches to nothing. The nounced ove
men played good tennis for the first The match
contest of the year and showed a well in the light o
balanced attack. Some of the games contests lte
were closer than the score might Illinois on F
indicate but all in all it was clearly a of Southern 4
Michigan day. Merkel defeated Leidy
of Pontiac, in three sets, 7-5, 4-6, 6-0. AVQid aeta
Reindel defeated White of Pontiac, iting cards f
6-4, 6-3, Rorich had little .trouble in Nickel's Arca

Michigan's tennis team will form-
ally open its intercollegiate schedule
this afternoon when the net team from
M. A. C. will engage the Varsity in a
dual match on the Varsity courts at
2:30 o'clock. Play will consist of six
mnatches, four singles and two doubles,.
and Coach Wesbrook has selected the
same four men to represent Michigan
that opposed the Pontiac Tennis club
last Saturday afternoon. They are
Captain Charles Merkel, George Rein-
del, Jr., Johann Rorich, and Frederico
Sanchez. This quartet will play in
both the singles and doubles. Merkel
and Reindel wilk probably play to-
gether for the first doubles combina-
tion and Rorich will then play with
Sanchez for the second team.
r Little Known of Aggies
Little is known about the personnel
of the Aggie team. C. R. Coe will cap-
tain the M. A. C.. net men but who the
other members of the squad are is not
known. M. A. C. has already played
several matches. It lost to the Pontiac
club team several weeks ago by the
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FRESH LITS, NOTICE
All fesh lits interested in in-,
terclass baseball report at the
south end of Ferry field at 3
o'clocl today.

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FRESHMAN TENfiS CALL
All men who wish to try out
for the freshman tennis team
should report at the Varsity
courts beginning today.

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In which tears, smile and heart-
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hand.

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