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'eam Plays Strong Game-In
ence feet And Dual Hatches


Michigan's tennis team helped to re-
ieve the sting of the defeat of the
>aseball team at the hands of Wiscon-
in on Monday, by decisively defeat-
ng the Badger net men six and noth-
ng. Tuesday afternoon following the
unfinished match with Minnesota on
Monday the team journeyed to Madi-
Son for the match with Wisconsin. The
Wolverines experienced no great dif-
iculty in winning the meet, except for
>ne single match, and one double, both
>f which went to three s'3ts. The oth-
r contests were all won in two sets.
aptain Merkle ran through Gotfrit-
on, of Wisconsin, before he could
;et started. The Michigan player did
iot seem to be able to miss a shot,
while Gotfritson was at loss how to

play, and Merkel won quickly, 6-1,
6-1. Reindel defeated Captain Tern-
well, of Wisconsin, 7-5, 6-2. After the
first set, Reindel won in short order.
Rorich Wins
Rorich ran into stiffer opposition
in Moulding, of Wisconsin, than he
expected. Moulding won the first set
by excellent playing. Rorich then
spruced up and won the next two
for match 5-7, 6-2, 8-6. Sanchez finish-
ed up the singles by beating Hastings,
of Wisconsin, 7-5, 6-4. The Michigan
player was never in danger, although
the scores might indicate a close,
match. In the doubles Merkle and
Reindel defeated Gotfritson and Tred-
well, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. After leading in
the first tt at 4-2 the Michigan team


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slowed up and lost the set, The next
two were different, and both went to
the Wolverines at 6-2. Rorich and,
Sanchez won their doubles match
from Hastings and Moulding with no
trouble. The score was 6-2, 6-2. 1
Rain Halts Play
The match with Wisconsin finish-
ed another successful trip of the team.
All appearances on Monday pointed to
a four to two victory for the Varsity
over Minnesota. The singles had been
completed and stood at two-all. Rein-
del and Rorich won their matches
from Pidgeon and Kuhlman respec-
tively, while Merkel and Sanchez lost
to Norton and Bros. Only one doubles
match was under way, that between
Merkel and Reindel versus Norton and
Pidgeon. The Michigan pair had tak-
en the first set 9-7 but were trailing
in the second set. It is quite probable
that they could have pulled it out with
one set already to, their credit. The
second doubles was conceded to Ror-
ich and Sanchez, of Michigan, before
the start. The rain put a halt to
further play.
Strong in Big Ten Meet
Particularly gratifying, however,
was the showing of the Michigan team
in the Conference tournament. In the
round before the semi-finals Michigan
still had three men left in the eight.
They were Merkel, Reindel, and San-
chez. Sanchez fell before Norton of
Minnesota, but Merkel and Reindel
won well earned victories from Frank-
enstein, of Chicago, and Wirthwein, of
Ohio State, respectively. Merkel won
5-7, 9-7, 6-1. Reindel's scores were
3-6, 6-2, 6-0. Of the four men left in
the semi-finals, two were from Mich-
igan. Merkel lost to Myers , of Illin-
ois whom he had previously beaten
this year. Reindel lost to Norton in
the same round.
The doubles were somewhat of a
disappointment. Rain on Thursday
-made it necessary to play three singles
matches and two doubles matches Fri-
day in order that the tournament
might be finished on Saturday. Play-
ing since 9:30 o'clock that morning,
both Michigan's doubles teams were
somewhat tired when they were call-
ed upon to play their fifth match at 6
o'clock that evening.
One More Match
But one match remains on the Var-
sity tennis schedule. The University
of Chicago is slated for Saturday at
Chicago. Since the scheduling of the
match, examinations have teen push-
ed ahead to Saturday with the result
that the team will not be able to get
away. An attempt will be made to
get the Chicago team to come to Ann
Arbor for the match.
Intramurali Items

Walter Wesbrook, volunteer coacji
of the University of Michigan tennis
team, met and defeated Walter Hayes
of Chicago, the National Clay Court
Champion of the United States, in the
final round of the Sherwood tennis
tournament Tuesday. The match was
a long hard fought five set affair with
Wesbrook on the long end'of the 8-6,
0-6, 8-6, 1-6, 6-3 score.
Improved Play
Wesbrook accompanied the Michigan
team to Chicago for the Conference
tournament in the capacity of coach.
He was invited to compete in the tour-
nament for the Sherwood cup and in
winning the title displayed the best
tennis he has shown in two years. He
defeated a number of Chicago's best
players in the march to the title. In
the first round he put out Jerry Weber
6-4, 6-3. Alex Squair was the next
victim by a score of 7-5, 3-6, 7-5. Al
Green was beaten in the semi-finals
6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-0.
Great Skill In Finals
The finals was a marvel for steadi-
ness and court skil. Endurance played
no small part and Wesbrook beat the
veteran at his own game. He thus
avenged the defeat administered to
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10. Wesbrook will represent Michigan
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Kappa Beta Psi won the champion-
ship in the interfraternity horseshoe
tournament Tuesday morning by de-
feating Alpha Chi Sigma two matches
out of three in the finals. McKechnie
and Cites playing number one for the
winners outdistanced their opponents
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Schedule in effect June 1, 1922.
Central Standard Time.
(Slow Time.)
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a. m., 12:45 p. n., 4:40 p. m. daily ex-
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