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III I On a court along side that on which Commuittee Named to Aid Hall of Fame
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HILI)BAEEI the Greiner-Dreyfus Latch wil be J. W. Ross, '23E, and W. O. Kling-
N held, Rorick, Varsity tennis captain,|man,,'23M, have been appointed.by
Greiner eliminated Cash in the last will meet Jerome at 3:30 o'clock in the Union to select the names of can-
TRUNof the semi-final rounds in the All- the final round of the Varsity tennis didates to the "Hal of Fame" which
utournament. Little need be said as the Union reently decided to install In
campus tennis tournament yesterday to what will be disclosed in this its building. Only alumni may becan-
Steve Farrell's cross country team afternoon at the Ferry field courts. match, for Rorick was a leading play- J didates for the gallery, and their
will meet Ohio State and Illinois next The match went three sets before the or on the Varsity last spring and Jer- names must first be passed on by the
Saturday at Ohio State. After the ex- decision was determined. Cash won ome placed high in the two intramural (board of directors of the Union before
cellent showing of the team last Sat- the first set hands down, using fore- tournaments that were held last May. their pictures may be hung in the
urdav when they ran wild with the I hand and backhand drives with much -~ "ball."

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Aggies, Steve feels that the Wolver- accuracy. Greiner took the remain- The schdule for this afternoon in
ines have a fine chance of coming ing two sets and won the match. ie speedball is as follows: In the fra-
through with flying colors next Satur- absorbed Cash's drives in these match- ternity league Nu Sigma Nu will meet
day. However, there is not. much es and with his excellent cuts and. Alpba Sigma Phi in the last of the
known about the hill and dale men, lobs earned a hard fought victory. seri-finals. The winner will meet Phi
from these two schools. The match was hotly contested in IGamma Delta for the fraternity cham-
Isbell's fine record to date makes it I every play and the final outcome was pionship. In the interclass competi-
almost certain that he will be able to in doubt until the last match was tion the fresh lits will meet the fresh
put up a strong fight- for first place more than half over. engineers in the first athletic event
in the race at Columbus. Arndt and Greiner will meet Dreyfuss at 3 that the freshmen have been allowed
Captain Bowen are also counted upon o'clock this afternoon, on the Ferry to participate. "'The teams are large
to finish well up in front. If Captain field courts, in a five set match which and husky and are imbued with the
Bowen had got away to a better start will decide the championship. usual freshman pep.
in the race Saturday he would have --
given Isbell some competition. %t the
two mile mark he was eleventh man
and soon afterward pushed forward
until he finished in third place. It
is thought he would have done bet-t
ter if he had stayed up in front a!
the start of the race. asty as can be!
Arndt has also showed marked im-
provement and under more competi-
tion he will turn in better time. Thej
other men on the team are also- to be
praised for their race and the im-
provement they have shown. /Coach
Farrell says that the team is in the
best condition it has. been so far thl; S Woet r tatoes, Oc
season and is also in finer shape than
last year's team at the same time last
fall.

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tlph Edward Jordan, captain of
Yale eleven, is an athlete who is
uc in his activity and student
ership and is starring as Yale's
>ack, as he did last season.
e hails from the state far famed
its rock bound coast, commonly
vin as Maine, and takes up his
e as a New England captain of a
England team where two other
England captains left off. All of,

which proves that a semblance of the
old New England spirit still hovers
round our eastern coast.
Jordan has been awarded two schol-
arships for character and general
ability. He.- has shone in three
branches of sport-football, track
athletics and baseball. During his
fr shman year he won the shot-put
in a dual meet with Princeton. He
saw two years of war service with the

navy in) foreign waters.
He was out of the lineup at the time.
c the "defeat. by Iowa, but returne4
shortly aferward to assist the Bulldog
in living down the Hawkeye victory.
The Yale line, under the eagle eye
of Myron Fuller, has advanced stead-
ily and, is beginning to show.results
that should warrant a bloody strug-
gle ,with Iarvard when November
draws to a close.
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PRT MEN IN FIRST
SRMAEOF YEAR"
)ach Mather sent his pspiring bas.
ers through their inititial scrim.
e of the year on Monday night'
all-fresh team of lJast year war
to down a scrub team picked
n the new men. While the session
necessarily a brief one the coach
able to get a general "dea of the
.e of many of the try-outs -and an-
aced a cut in the squad, the firs,
he year. Four men were dropped
r their scrimmage Mather sent
teams selected from ten of his last
's veterans through a more rig-
Ls game. The practice consists
nly, so far, of running, pivoting
goal shooting with the passing

phase of the sport coming in for s,
good deal of attention.-
C. S. BERRY TELLS PROBLEMS
AT EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE
Dr. Charles S. Berry, professor of
educational psychology, spoke at the
educational conference held in Tap-
pan hall, Monday . night. Professor
Berry presented the problems of which
his students were making- a special.
study. These probims have to do with
race differences, characteristics, of-
fect' of superstitions 'on the general
population, and relation of interest to
ability.
Miss Stutzman, research fellow at:
Merrill-Palmer school, gave a talk on
her work with children of pre-school:
age by which she is trying to stand-
ardize tests for children between the
ages of three and six.

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