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LII IL I i uil
U.SC. ON LATURAYI

ed Match
Drilling

with

RIANS BRING STAR
ACQUET MEN ON INVASION
rain during the nIght and
caused the postponement of
city tennis match, scheduled
erday afternoon with M.: A.
match will be played at some
ate, probably next week or
he early part of the week of
These are the, only times
nth teams are free.
weather and 'the condition of
is permitting, various doubles
blons will be tried in order to
best possible teams to play
The team work of the va-
mbinations will be closely
and .practice in the, future
sist of more work in the dou-
this branch of the game has
ived as much attention as the
Now that the squad has been
to a more manageable size,
y will be stressed. The last
1 cut which will reduce the
six men will be made within
two. This will permit more
forms for Cheerleaders
one having an idea as to
'ms for cheer leaders are
sted to describe same in a
and send to A. 0. Cuth-
1016 E. University Ave.

individual coaching in preparation for
the hard matches ahead.
Meet Illini Friday
Tomorrow the team. will open .its.
Conference schedule, playing the Uni-
versity of Illinois team on the Var-
sity courts on Ferry field. The match
will commence at 2:30 o'clock so that
the players may witness the latter
part of the ball game with Notre
Dame. Michigan's lineup will be the
same one that played against Pontiac
last Saturday, and that was slated to
start against M. A. C. yesterday.
Illinois has been working out for'
some time, the weather conditions of
LI-bana being more favorabletthan
those of Ann Arbor as fare as tennis
is concerned. Coach Bearg has been
drilling his men for over a month and
several are, reported to bek in mid'
season form. Theteam will proba-
bly be made up of Captain Brown,
Myers, Webb, Storer, and Dubach.
Brown and Myers are veterans, both
having played on the Illini team for.
several years. They are steady, un-
sensational players who hang on to
the end. So far the Illini have played
one COnference match, that with Pur-
due on Monday. Illinois won this
match handily. ,
Play will consist of six matches,
four singles . and two doubles. New
reels and center straps and irons have
been installed on the four Varsity.
courts and grandstands have been ;put
up :along the east side of the courts.
Dr. Lee, Professor Boak, Albert Ohl-
macher, and Robert Angell will ref-
eree the .matches.
U. S. C. Play Saturday
On Saturday the University of
Southern California tennis team will
stop over in Ann Arbor for a match

with the Varsity. The Californians are
bringing but two men and the match
will then consist of two singles and
one double. Stanley Welsh and Paul
Greene make up the Western team, of
which Welsh is captain. They are;
certain to have a strong team as their
recent showing on the coast would
indicate. Welsh lost to Phil Neer of
Leland Stanford, the national inter-
collegiate champion, only after three
hard -sets. The score was b-7, 6-0,
6-4. In the same tournament Greene
lost to Jim Davies also of Stanford
and present Pacific Intercollegiate
champion in a close match 6-2, 6-4.
Because of the track meet with Ohio
and the ball game' with Iowa wihch
are scheduled for the afternoon, the.
tennis match will be played at 10:30
o'clock in the morning.
Followers of tennis at Michigan
will have an opportunity to see two
excellent teams in action this week-
end. The schedule is so arranged
that all but two of the home matches
fall within the next two weeks
Intra~mu.ral Items
One of the closest and most exciting
baseball games of the year took place
on Ferry field Tuesday. It was a bat-
tle between the '24 laws and the arch-
itects in which the laws emerged. win-
ners, 1-0. For the first five innings
pnly 15 men faced Farley, the archi-
tects' pitcher. During the entire game,
he allowed but one hit, and it was an
untimely bunching of errors in the
last of the sixth that produced the run
which beat him. For six innings but
19 men faced Farley, and he had nine
strikeouts to his credit. Close play-
ing and excellent fielding featured the
entire game.
Schedule of independent basball for
today: At 4:15 o'clock, corner of 12th
street and North University, Hoffman
vs. Lister; at 4:45 o'clock, Ferry field,
number one, Deng vs. Newhall; num-
ber two, Gun and Blade vs. Glasier;
number three, Golinski vs. Taumen
club; at 6:45 o'clock. corner of Church
and Washtenaw, Harelik vs. Seitz.
Tuesday's results in the fresh-medic
league were: Alpha Kappa .appa 13,
Phi Beta Pi 5; Phi Rho Sigma 14, Phi
Chi 11.
Interclass baseball schedule for to-
day:. Number one, medics vs. junior
lits; number two, fresh lits vs. arch-
itects; number three, soph engineers
vs. junior engineers.
Results in the interfraternity base-
ball elimination: Sigma Phi Epsilon
7, Theta Delta Chi 5; Phi Chi 4, Delta
Sigma Pi 3; Xi Psi Phi 13, Alpha Rho
Chi 6; Phi Gamma Delta 9, Alpha Del-
* II

ta Phi 2; PhJ Sigma Kappa 11, Phi
Kappa Sigma 4; Kappa Nu 4, Alpha
Sigma Phi 3. -.
Schedule for Saturday morning at
10:45 o'clock: Number one, Kappa Beta
Psi vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon; number
four, Phi Chi vs. Xi. Psi Phi; number
five, Phi Gamma Delta vs. Phi Sigma
Kappa; number six, Kappa Nu vs.
Acacia.,
Iiterclass schedule for Saturday at
10 o'clock: Number one, pharmics vs.
senior lits; number two, soph lits vs.
loser of medic-junior lit game,
Entries for the interfraternity track
meet must be in by next Saturday.
Preliminaries will be run off on Mon-
day, May 8, and the finals on May 9.
Following are the events of the meet:
100 yard dash, 220 yard dash,~440 yard
dash, 880 yard run, one mile run, 120
yard high hurdles, 220 yard low hurdl-
es, half mile relay. running high jump,
running broad jump, pole vault, dis-
cus, shat put.
In entering, the names of the men
and the events in which they are to
enter should be given.

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>ook, and other money in
se, also keys . to safety
Xmas money clubs. Call
send to 512 N. Fifth Ave.
153-2
Friday, pair tortoise shell
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Secretary's office. Re-
154
veen the Surveying build-
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151-4
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chigan Daily., 1541
klin Fountain Pen. First
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FOUND
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152-21k
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vacation-preference given to men
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Address Box R., Daily. 154
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prices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pan
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152-21
WANTED-For summer work a col-
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WANTED-Theses typed and neatly
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Last year students at Michigan av-
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work. If this interests you drop In
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it is all taken up. Mr. H. J. Leader,
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149-21
MICHIGAN MEN are now signing con-
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last sunimer's work. Call Irwin,
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NOBODY,
at leastno Michigan man,
ever played billiards here
ONCE
They are all repeaters.
The more often and reg-
ularly you play, the
greater your enjoyment.
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