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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CA9GO TODAY!

VARSITY BATTING AVERAGES

ose Struggle Expected From Last
Year's Conference
Leaders
LL BE HARDEST MATCH
OF SEASON -FOR WOLVERINES
dichigans Varsity tennis team will
re. its first -hard-test of the season
en the Maroons are met at 10:30
lock this morning on the Ferry
Id courts. Not only will this be the
st Conference matches of the sea-
i for the Wolverines but they also
>mise to be the hardest. On paper
icago rates ahead of every other
Ten squad excepting Michigan,
I the winner of today's b'attle will
re a good chance to cop the title.
Midway Team Powerful
'he Maroon aggregation is compos-
of three letter men from last year's
ad and one new man who is rated
aal to the other members of .the
m. Captain Stagg is a hard man
beat. He uses a reverse serve that
Is his opponents anl is a dogged
iter, winning many oi his matches
deuce sets. Frankenstein, last
ra captain is a heady player )vith
good number of tricky strokes at
command and has always been
ough man for Michigan netmen to
idle. Wilson, the new man on the
ad is a native of Grand Rapids
sre he conquered Louis Munz, form-
Varsity star, in a set of matches'
t summer. He is one of the finest
quetteers in the Conference and is
1iy to play number one. Gates'
ys number four for the Midway
m. Not only will the Wolverines
in danger in the singles but Stagg
1 Frankenstein are the Conference
bles champions and are doped to
eat this year.
Varsity Strong.
harles Merkle, veteran of the last
years on Michigan court teams
1 play number one for Michigan
1 is a probable winner if he is in
in. During his career on Michi-
1 teams there have been few men
o have succeeded in downing him.
plays a fast game and is steady
the exciting points in a match.
>tain Roerich will play number two I
the Maize -and-Blue and will pairJ
with Merkle in the doubles. Roe-I
i is an experienced player and is}
ly to take points, for Michigan in
Li the singles and doubles events.I
ne will play number three and will
y with Zemon, number four, in thee
bles.
* Deciding Game
ast year the Maroons were the
y Conference quartette to down
higan in the entire season. This'
r they present an even stronger
fit than they did then and they
n to repeat their victories. If
higan can even things up this
:ning the coast will be practicallyI
er to the Conference championship.'
leachers have been erected next tol
Ferry field courts and one of the
rest crowds that ever witnessed a
nis match at Michigan is expected
be present.
.et good values cheap,, thru the
ssified columns.-Adv.

Following are the batting av-
erages of the first ten Wolver-
ines, excluding the pitchers, for
every game played so far this
season, including the games on
the spring training trip:
AB H Av.
Ash .. ...........18 10 .555
Shabkleford........35 14 .400
Blott............46 17 .370
Paper............41 15 .366.
Kipke ...........47 17 .362r
Uteritz...........51 16 .314
Ilaggerty..........6 14 .300
Knode...........47 13 .277
Klein............20 5 .250
Coleman..........13 2 .154

COBE'S OOT
DOWN SGLADIATOR0S
"Doug" jtoby's Outfit Loses Grid
Battle Under hot Sun By Lone
Toucbdown 4
NEW CANDIDATES DISPLAY.
SPRING TRAINING RESULTS
In the first game of the series which
is being conducted by Coach George
Little as a windup for the spring
training of the football candidates

Inn aural Items
Listed below are the incomplete
standing of the different leagues in
the interfraternity horseshoe tourna-
ment. Fraternity athletic managers
should call the Intramural department
cariy today if errors have occurred in
the standings, but they should remem-1
ber that all matches were announced
in The Daily and that failure to ob-
serve schedules does not excuse a de-
feat in case they failed to show up at
the required time.

Kappa Sigma.............2
Delta Theta Phi...........0
Leage V
Wol
Kappa Beta Psi..........5
Delta Kappa Epsilon......3
Delta Upsilon.......... 3
Phi Sigma Kappa .........2
Xi Psi Phi .....1
I Chi Psi . 0

n Lost
0
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3
4

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5

. League VI
Won Lost
Phi Chi..... ...............4 0
Phi Sigma Delta ............3 1
Delta Sigma Pi.............2 1
Theta Xi ...................1 2
Hermitage.................0 2
Alpha Delta Phi... ......0 4
The following matches have not
been played in League VI: Hermit-
n- tre nlfn Cmmn Vi T-Tor itrrn

League Vii
Won Lost
Phi Beta Delta............4 1
Acacia .......... ........3 1
Delta Chi................3 2
Phi Kappa Sigma.........1 1
Tan Delta Phi............0 3
Phi Delta Theta . ...... ...0 3
According to the records of the re-
s.ults the following games remained
to be played: Phi Delta Theta vs. Phi
Kappa Sigma; Tau Delta Phi vs. Phi
Delt,, Theta; Phi Kappa Sigma -vs.
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The match between Xi Psi Phi and aevs. Deiigma ri, ┬▒iiiige vs.
Theta Xi; Hermitage vs. Alpha Delta
'Chi Psi was not played as neither Tea i ei~tae s lh et
team showed up at the scheduled time, Phi;. Phi Chi vs. Delta Sigma Pi; Phi
according to Intramural records. Sigm. Delta vs. Theta Xi.

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,Won Lost
Delta Alpha Epsilon ........4 1

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SIGMA0DLTA PSI
TO START WORKNG
Will Give Candidates for xembershup1
Chaice to Trainsin Required
"f Events
FIRST OUTDOOR PRACTICE
SET FOR ]WONDAY AFTERNOON,
Tryouts for Sigma Delta Psi, nation-
al honorary athletic fraternity, will
start working to condition themselves
for passing the tests necessary for
membership in this society at 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon, in Waterman gym-
nasium. and on the small lot within
the running track south of the gym.
Doctor George L. May, Director of
Waterman gymnasium, and C. V.
Langton, assistant director of the In-
tramural department, will be in
charge of the tryouts and the prac-1
tice sessions, the former handling the
gymnastic work and the latter the
field and running events. They will
be at Waterman gymnasium every af-
ternoon after 3 o'clock and all men
interested in Sigma" Delta Psi should
see them relative to the requirements
at that time.
Facilities for the shot put, broad
jump, high jump, pole vault, and run-
ning events will be provided on the+
small lot south of gym as soon as
the horseshoe courts have been re-!
moved to the vacant block east of
Waterman gymnasium where the new
Medical building is to be erected.
The gymnastic events will be held
inside the gym, and it is urgedjthat all
men yet to take these should deport as
soon as possible and pass them, in
order that they can start to train for
the other tests. All new men will be
given ample instruction in each event
under the direction of Dr. May, or
one of his assistants.
Men who are contemplating partici-.
pation in the coming All-campus and
fraternity track meets are urged tol
begin training at once. They may use
the facilities at the gym and the run-
ning track at their leisure, as all men
other than Varsity and fresh track1
men have been barred from FerryC
field because of the congestion of the
facilities there.
"Y' Anchor Inn"
To Ye Anchor Inn
1205 Hill Street .
-Adv.

who have been working on Ferry Alpha Sigma Phi........2 1
field for the past three weeks. Paul Nu Sigma Nu . ..... .2 2
Goebel's red-clad footballers triumph- Delta Sigma Phi... .. .....2 2
ed over Douglas Roby's blue-sweatered Phi Delta Cii..............1 1
proteges 6-0, in a game chock full of j Lamlda Chi Alpha ..'.......0 4
good football. Matches yet to be played: Nu Sig-
New Alen Star ma Nu vs. Phi Delta Chi; Phil Delta
The contest opened with-the "Reds" Chi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Delta
kicking off to Marion, who carried the Chi vs. Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Sig-
ball ten yards. If Marian's exhibition'ma Phi vs. Delta Sigma Phi.
yesterday is to be taken as a criterian
of his future work. the cam us ateauo II

LAST TIMES TODAY

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large need not fear for the end posi-
tion on next year's machine. The dim-
inuitive flankman worked like a de-
mon, tackling opposing runners when
they attempted to skirt his end, or
even plowing through tackle.
In the next quarter the "Red" backs,
Miers, Hernstein and Lawson tore
through the opposing line for sub-
stantial gains and brought the ball=
into scoring territory but lacked the
final punch to carry it over. Hern-
stein's scintillating off tackle runs
were a feature of the attack.
The Goebelites again produced an
attack in the second half with Law-
son, the giant colored fullback, play-1
ing the stellar role and swept the
B1ues before them. Lawson carried
the ball for, gains time and again,
starting to run the ends and then cut-
ting in, successfully eluding many
would-be tacklers. With the prospect
of a tie facing them, Goebel's men
battled doggedly for a score in the
final stanza. A forward pass, Law-
son to Matheson, who was substitut-
ing for Miers, scoring the six points
which spelled victory.
Palmer played a stirling game at
end for the victors, while Dewey, cen-
ter, and Finn, 150 pound guard, play-,
ed well for the losers.
The Line-up

v Won Lost
Alpha Tau Omega ........ .1 0
AAlpha Chi Rho ............1 1
Delta Sigma Delta ..........0 1
Matches scheduled with Theta Delta
Chi, Phi Delta Phi, and Alpha Kappa
Kappa have' not been counted in this
summary as the teams mentioned
dropped out of the tournament. One
match remains to be played, Alpha
Tau Omega vs. Delta Sigma Delta.
League III.
Won Lost

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Ka ppa N . . ... .. . .. .. .. ...5
Delta Tau Upsilon..........3
Phi Gamma Delta... ... .3
Theta Chi ..................2
Beta Theta Pi..... . .....2
Phi Alpha Delta............0

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5.

Enjoy

VIOLA Y-DA-MA

League IVf
Won Lost
Sigma Phi Epsilon . ... .. .. ..5 0
Cii PhiE....... .... . ...4 1
Alpha Rho Chi .. . 2 3
Delta Tau Delta...........2 3
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Goebel's
Grubb
Goebel
Heath
Donelson
Wykes
Schakel
Palmer
Miller
Hernstein
Mier
I4awson

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R.T.
R.E.
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L.H.
R.H.
F.B.

Roby's
Marion
Clark
Kinley,
Deweyf
Finn
Cuno
Stafford
Grube1
Hierholzer
Vick
Mote

Matinees Daily
2-3:90
Main Floor..31c
War Tax..... c
Total......35c
Balcony.. .. 22c
War Tax.... ...3cI
Total........ 25c
Includes all stage
features

in Edgar Franklin's Merry Melange
Supported by
DAVID BUTLER
EVA -NOVAK
ALLAN FOREST
MALCOLM MC GAEGO
___I ADDPITION

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Balcony.......31C
War Tax. .. 4c
Total.......35c
Main Floor .....45c
War Tax........5c
Total .......5c
Kiddies........lOc

POCKET
BILLIARDS
Fourteen tables on the
second floor. You do not
need to be an expert to
enioy it.

ST A G E

FE AT U R E E XT RA0R DI)NIA.R Y

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INTRAMURAL TRYOUTS FOR
NEXT YEAR ARE WANTED
Tryouts for Intramural activi-
ties are wanted immediately.
Eight assistant managers are to
be selected for next year. All
men interested in this branch of
a ork should get in touch with
the Intramural department, 2268,
at once.

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trWe iTr t y to treat yoiu itht"k

MASON - DIXON ORCHESTR A
SONGS - MUTIC - NOVELTIES
1--Enterainers--10
with
SKIN YOUNG

COMING SUNDAY
"HUNTI NG BIG GAME IN AF R.ICA"

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