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TEN foMEET FINALS TO BE HELD
ON FERRY FIELD THIS AFTERNOON
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American League

Prep School Racquet Stars
To Complete Tourney T'odazy,

VR SITY SA
Michi gan's Varsity gol team will
get itd last dual match of the season
before the Conference meet today,

yard dash-first two men in
heat qualify for finals today.
heat won by Sweet, Illinois;
, Martin, Michigan. Time 0:48
New Ferry field record. Sec-
at won by Hagen, Northwest-
econd, Siemans, Michigan. Time
3-5. Third heat won by Bier,
ngton; second, Fitch, Illinois.l
-0:49 flat. Fourth heat won by
Iowa; second, Everett, Ohio
Time-0:49 3-10.
yard dash-First three men in
heat qualify for finals today.
eat won by Telford, Northwest-
cond, Carter, Wisconsin; third,
Michigan. Time-1:56 3-5.
i heat won by Ramsey, Wiscoh-
econd, Morrow, Iowa; third
Northwestern. Time-1: 57 3-5.
heat won by Hattendorf, Mich-
second, Vallely, Wisconsin;
Hilberts, Wisconsin. Time-
-10.
. jump-following six men qual-
six feet one inch for finals to-
Smith, Michigan; 'McEllven,l
an; Nufer, Michigan; Dickson,
o; Weeks, Notre Dame; Tuhtar.
isin.
d jump-following seven men
' for finals today: Hubbard,.
an, distance 25 feet 1 1-2 in-
Campbell, Minnesota, 22 feet I
inches; Sweeney, Illinois, 21C
inches; Johnson, Illinois, 211
-2 inches; Hogan, Notre Dame,
6 1-4 inches; Pence, Purdue
yd or, Ohio State, tied at 21
inches.
is-Following six men with
stances qualify for finals to-
Aieb, Notre Dame, 127 feet 11 C
Gross, Minnesota,- 127 feeZ
inches; Lincoln, Missouri, 127
1-4 inches; Frieda, Chicago,
et 10 inches; Brooer, Michi-
1 feet 8 inches; Cougliin, !Ili-I
20 feet 7 1-2 inches.
in-following six men wit"
[stances qualify for finals to-
ngliers, Illinois, 198 feet 10 3-4'
Oberst, Notre Dame, 179 feet1
iches; Frieda, Chicago, 176 feet
Moes, Notre Dame, 176 feetI

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Play .n the Interscholastic tennis
tournament was resumed yesterday
morning and continued throughout
the day in both singles and doubles
matches, most of the semi-finals be-
ling played off, the field of contest-
ants slowly narrowing down to a half
dozen high school net wizards.
Rayen high school of Youngstown,
Ohio, is holding the limelight so far
in the tourney, with two strong men
in the singles and a flashy duo in the
doubles still in the running. Prall
and Smith of Rayen high will enter
the semi-finals in the singles against
Patterson of Cleveland South high
and Gilbert of Kalamazoo respective-
ly. Play in the semi-finals of the
doubles matches has not been com-]
pleted but from what has been seen,
tha team of Shafer and Shafer, Rayen
high, seems to have the shade. All
matches will be completed today at
the Ferry field courts.
Summaries:
Third round, singles-Patterson
(Cleveland South high) defeated Ba-,
ker (Detroit Eastern) 6-4, 6-2; Ovaitt
(Midland) defeated Kennard (Detroit
Northwestern) 1-6, 6-4, 6-4; Prall
(Youngstown Rayen high) defeated
Bielfield (Detroit Central) 6-4, 6-1;
R. Biederman (Detroit Southeastern)
defeated D. Garbough (Hillsdale 6-1.
6-4; Gilbert (Kalamazoo) defeated
James (Royal Oak) 6-0, 6-3; Donald-
son (Detroit Central) defeated Reick
(Detroit Eastern) 6 - 4, 6 - 1;
Smith (Rayen) defeated Garbough
(Hillsdale) 6-2, 6-1; Pennington.
(Highland Park) defeated Chapman
(Ann Arbor) 6-2, 6-3.
Fourth round, singles-Pattersoi
(Cleveland South) defeated Ovaitt
(Midland) 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; Prall (Rayon)
defeated Biederman (Detroit South-

eastern) by default; Smith (Rayen)
defeated Pennington (Highland Park)
6-3, 6-2.; Gilbert (Kalamazoo) defeat-
ed Donaldson (Detroit Central) 3-6.
6-3, 6-3.

First round, doubles-Kenaga and Iwhen the throng Chicago quartette,
James (Royal Oak) defeated Humph- champions f the Big Ten last year,
rey and Gross (Toledo Scott) 6-1, v ill cross clubs with them on the'
6-4; Schmidt and Spicer (Detroit Ann Anrbor Golf club links. In dividual
Western) defeated Sodowsky and matches will be played in the morning
Kanter (Detroit Northwestern) 6-2, while a best-ball foursome will be
7-5; Sherburne and Farlman (East played in tho afternoon. Although
Lansing) defeated Kennard and Wal- Michigan has met with reverses during;
ters (Detroit Northwestern) 6-1, 6-1. the season the matches today are cer-I
Second round, doubles-Kenaga tain to be close. Winter's place has
and James (Royal Oak) defeated Ba- been filled by Ilastings who promises
ker and Benson (MIlford) 6-0, 6-2; to keep up his end of today's play..
Reick and Baker (Detroit Eastern) The Mid-way team consisting of
defeated Chichester and McCallum Capt. George Ilartman, playing num-
(Petosky) by default; Shafer and her one, Miller, number two, Shendorf,
Shafer (Rayon) defeated Beiderman Inumber three, and Windette, nurmber
and Biederman (Detroit Southeast- four, arrived in Ann Arbor yesterday,
ern) 6-3, 6-1; Pennington and Mc- afternoon and played over the course
Gee (Highland Park) defeated Mar- in final preparation for today's meet.
shall and Solal (Detroit Northern) The Michigan team will consist of
6-3, 1-6, 8-6; Sherburne and Fa.- -- .
man (East Lansing) defeated Gar-
bough and Garbough (Hillsdale) G-3;.
4-6, 9-7.AI
Third round, doubles--Reick and i t te 1 01 ,
Baker (Detro(Deand(Eastern) defeatedO
Schmidt and Spicer (Detroit West-
Sern) 6-3,' 8-6. 1 O

Capt. Smith, number one, Cro
'numb.er two, Hlasting's, number th
andl Potter, number four.
( COUPON BOOKS NOT GOOD
VOR CONIFERENCE M EE'
Student athletic booes wil
not admit anyone to the Confer
ence track meet .today. Th
E statement was made by the Ath
lotic association ticket oflic
yesterday as a result of th
I many students who have com
in expecting to get tickets to th
meet by showing their ticke
books.
The reason for this, the Atli
letic association explains, i
that the meet is being run by th
Conf rence association aiai tnc
I tbe local body. Tickets4n th
' reserve section near the, ' infs
I lines sell for $1.50. Th e unre
j served seats are $1 each.oin
Shers of the "M" club IV Ials
have to present tickts for ad
mission.
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Forest Fires Break Ontg
Sudbury, Ont., June L.-(y A-P.)-
A forest fire has broken out at Nim-
sanamvie and Lothalsh, 68 miles
west of Chalieu, cutting off wire
commun cation a n d interrupting
train service.

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lowing six men with
qualify for fimals today:
gan, 144 feet 4 1-2 In
lnois, 134 feet 5 inches;
ligan, 130 feet 7 1-4 in-I
, Wisconsin, 122 feet 7
Ells, Wisconsin, 117 feet
itchel, Ohio State, 113I

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0 EVENTS DECID
LASS CHMPIONSHIPS
EN'S IJONORARY BASEBAILL
AND TENNIS TEAJ1S
ChOSEN
S championships in the spring
baseball, tenns, and archery
eided on Field day held Thurs-
fternoon at Palmer field. In
11 the junior team defeated the
team with a score of 10 tc
e doubles championship in ten-
s won by the junior teams in
tal matches. In the first match
nior team, Katherine Ains-
and Winifred Craigie, won
the sophomore team, Adelaide
and Grace Domboorajian, 7-5,
n the second match, Elizabeth
, '24, and Annabelle Burdick,
lefated Elizabeth ,anck, '25,
ucile Bellam~y, '25, 6-4, 7-5. The
tennis championship was tied
n the senior and sophomore
Josephine Connable, '23, de-
Olga Verdelin, '25, 6-1, 6-2,
the oth r match was won by
ed Pollo , '25, from Catherine
'23, 6-4, 7-5.
archery contest was won by
>phomore teams composed of
Svensgard, Adelaide DeVries,
June Notey. Individual high
were made by Jean Svensgard,
ho shot a score of 169 out of
ible 270; by Helen Wicks, '26,
Sscore of 160, and by Lucilla
r, '24, with a score of 147.
>wing the Feld Day events the
a's Athletic association an-
d honorary varsity baseball
ennis teams. Those women
for the baseball team are1
* Willis, '24, p., Winifred Crai-
4, c., Mary Hays, '24, 1b., Lu-
ebeau, '23, 2b. Dorothy Brown.
Charlotte Cromwell, '25, ss.,
y Bogan, '24, rf., Caroline
in, '23, cf., and Olga Verdelin.
The varsity tennis team is
se, of Josephine Connable,'23
ine Helier, '23, Mary Cutting.

Jim Brooker
Varsity pole vaulter who, togetbor;
with his teammate Prosser. is expected
to approach the 13 foot mark and gar-
ner a first place for the Maize and
Blue in this afternoon's meet.
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ever played Billiards here 1
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