ORES YICTGRY OVER
Y FOR U.S.C. MATCH
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Charlep Merkel, playing num-
B for Michigan, did not en-
any undue amount of trouble
ing a victory over Meyers ofI
in straight sets, the scores
-2, 6-3. The match failed to
any sensational playing on
ide. Merkelrwith steady style
Smerely wore his opponent
and° captured both Sets in a
g fashion. The Wolverine cap-
ss the, ability to recover shots
pponents when they seem good
ses and as a result always
d to keep on the better side of
re. Meyers beat Merkel after
a hard three set match in'the
;ce meet last year and so the
of this afternoon's play evens.
up between the two.
ich Beats Brown Decisively
h trimmed Brown in a deci-
a'ner and won his match for
,n by the scores of 6-2, 6-2.
was stroking exceptionally
.d generally managed to keep
I well back in fiis opponent's
His net playing was also
of mention. Brown of Illinois
ed to cross Rorich up time
e again, playing continually to
k-hand, but he found this de-
it of the Wolverines' game un-
dly strong. His failure to
tactics, really is accountable
decisive beating which was
tered to him.
indel -Plays Sound Tennis
Hatch between George Reindel
bach of Illinois probably was
played from the standpoint of
ennis than any other during
rnoon. Reindel captured the
n straight sets, 6-3, 8-6, mainly
. his ability to drive the ball
to Dubach's court and then
follow up by a .cross-court wallop on
the next play. On this play alone
Reindel wad able to garner many im-
portant points. Dubach played a bet-
ter game than the score really would
lead one to believe. He volleyed well
and made Reindel cover quite a bit of
ground in order to win the match. The
contest was marked by many hard
fought points throughout, and .now
and then a sensational shot brought
applause from the .crowd...
Sanchez dropped .the-only singles
match that Michigan lost, Webb of Il-
linois turning the trick in three sets,
the scores of which were 6-1, 4-6, 6-1.
Webb played a good steady game
throughout and figured ,rightly in
keeping Sanchez away from the net.
He kept the ball in deep court and
then let :Sanchez beat himself. The
Michigan man lost pants in attempt-
ing hard drives whil off balance on
numerous occasions, with the result
that he continually drove the ball out
of bounds. Sanchez's erraticness
proved to be his undoing.
Michigan Wins Both Doubles
The doubles' matches have already
been mentioned. Merkel and .Reindel
lost to Brown and Dubach .of Illinois
by 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 scores. Rorich and
Sanchez sewed up the entire match.
for Michigan by turning the Illinois
team of Meyers and Webb back after
playing three hard sets, the scores
being 6-8, 7-5, 6-3. Rorich showed up
well in this match and made a num.-
ber of brilliant shots. Sanchez re-
covered somewhat here and put up a
little better game than he did in the
The University of Southern Cali-
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fornia will meet the Michigan team
on the Varsity courts at Ferry field
at 10 :30 o'clock this morning. But two
men represent the western school,
Capt. Stanley Welsh and Paul Greene.
'Welsh is the better player of the two
and undoubtedly will meet Merkel in
one of the single's- matches. Just who
will play Greene in the other single's
match is problematical at this time,
although it would not be surprising to
find Rorich pitched againt him, so that
Reindel could be saved for the doubles.
Michigan's doubles team is not yet
chosen for the match.
TRACK MEET MAY 9
Announcement has been made of the
change in date of the finals in the in-
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May 8, and the finals will be run off
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Thursday, MG[ay 11, as was previously
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run, 220 yard low hurdles and 120
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