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he last day to see Mary Bank (State St.), Jane
"Little Lord Fauntleroy." Shops. Tickets bought at,
W. C. A. Girls camp by not help the camp.-Adv.
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SIGMA NU WINS IN
HOUSE TRACK MEET
Sigma Nu fraternity won the annual
outdoor interfraternity track meet
held by the Intramural department..
Taking a number of firsts and finish-
ing out with seconds and thirds, the
winners gathered 42 points and dis-
played a well balanced track team.
Delta Tau Delta was the closest con-
tender for first honors with the Sig-
ma Nu team. The Delts were second
with 32 points and furnished keen
competition for the winners in a
number of events.
The high point winner of the meet
was Martin who gathered, 15 points

just Received
The New Shirt

for Delta Tfiu Delta. Three firsts made
up his contribution to his team. Davis
of Sigma Nu, was but one point behind
Martin and was responsible for 14 of
his team's 42 points. The perform-
ances of these men was outstanding in
their events.
Other fraternities finished in the
following order:tChi Phi and Delta
Upsilon were tied at 10 points, Delta
Sigma Delta 8, Phi Sigma Delta 7,
Kappa Beta Psi and Phi Kappa Psi
each 6, Phi damma Delta, Alpha Sig-
ma Phi, and Alpha Tau Omega all with
5, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Theta
Pi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon all with 1
point.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Ady,.

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VARSITY TENNIS TEAM TO MEETLONHIO
STATE ON COURTS- THIS AFTER'NOON

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Buckeyes Come to Ann Arbor with a
Squad of Undefeated
Veterans
LAST MATCH FOR MICtIQAN
BEFORE TRIP THROUGH EAST
There should be a well played ten-
nis match at Ferry field at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon when the undefeated
Ohio racquet aggregation meets Mich-
igan in the last contest to be played
before the Wolverines leave on their
extensive trip through the east.
On Ohio's team are three tried vet-
erans, whose exhibitions in tourna-
ment play would readily qualify them
as worthy opponents for almost any
college outfit. Of the fourth Buckeye,
Park, little is known.
Merkel vs. Wirtliweln
C. W. Wirthwein, who captains the
Ohio outfit, is regarded as the most
formidable player of the quartet. This
is his third year on the Varsity and he
can be relied upon. to put up his us-
ual steady exhibition of the game
this afternoon. Captain Merkel of
Michigan most likely will be pitted
against the Buckeye captain and from
all indications there will be a real
match between the two. Merkel has
always played an exceptionally steady.

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game and consequently, victory will
most likely go to the man with the
greatest stamina and lasting power.
Wirthwein defeated Munz of Michigan
in a dual meet last year, so it can be
readily deduced that Merkel has quite
a task before him.
Dean Judd will play number two
man for Ohio and Rlorich of Michigan
will undoubtedly be selected as his
opponent. This Buckeye has also
been known to be a steady type of
player. Yet, he is unlike his team-
mate in that he does use a hard cross,
court drive at times) and in mixing
his style of play between careful
placements and hard cross-court
drives on occasions his game has prov-
ed most effective. If Rorich recovers
from the rather mediocre exhibitions
he gave against O'Connel of Oklahoma
on Monday and puts up his usual bril-
liant game against Judd this after-
noon, there should be an exciting
match on court two.
Carran a Neat Player
George Reindel, Jr., will probably
draw Carran of Ohio for his opponent
in the match to be played,on court
three this afternoon. Carran plays a
tendency-to become erratic at times.
He drives the ball deep and follows
up by coming up to the net when he
can for a decisive stroke. His lobbing
is worth mentioning. Were it not for
his tendency of becoming erratic, Car-
ran could be said to be a well-polish-
ed player, one to be feared in any
event. Last year Bob Angell of Mich-
igan barely nosed him out in a hard
fought match at Columbus and with
an added year of experience his game
should prove less erratic. Reindel will
have to be at his best to beat the
Buckeyes in their match.
Park will face Sanchez of 'Michigan
in the fourth singles match of the aft-
ernoon. Little is known about the
style of play employed by the Buck-
eye, although reports have it that he
plays well. Sanchez was rather er-
rattia in his match with Illinois last
week and continually drove the ball
out of bounds, losing his mately. With
an added week of practice, however,
the Wolverine racqueteer will un-
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FACULTY TENNIS NOTICE

Members of the faculty wish-
ing to enter the tennis tourna-
ment are urged to send their en-
tries in before Saturday, May 13,
to C. A. Langworthy (11 Old
Eng.), or G. L. Michaud (303 S.
W.). Drawings for the first
round will be announced in The
Daily.

GOLF NOTICE
Tryouts for the golf team will
be expected to hand in between
Monday and . Thursday signed
scores for 36 holes. The score
will be match play against a.
bogey of 39. Turn in scores
to Professor Trueblood. The se-
lection of tbh team for the game
with Purdue on May 13 will be
made from this score.

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shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
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where shoes are made. 534 Forest
Avenue.-Adv.
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An hour a day of Pocket'
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mind and body of every
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Unanimously
Chicago Herald:
A great play splendidly acted.
Adverse criticism would be like
sneering at the Declaration of
Independence.
Herald (N. Y.)-
A whale of a hit.
Tribune-(N. Y.) F. P. A.:
To dinner with my wife, and
thence to see "Turn" to the

Superlative
Right," which amused me above
any play I have seen this sea-
son.
Washington Courier:
"A peach of a play about
peaches" correctly describes
"Turn to the Right.".. . It is
a bucolic play, hilariously fun-
ny, acted competently, and gave.
unmeasured delight to the first-
night audience.

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