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THE MICHIGAN DAILY__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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TENNIS ITEAMEASL
WINS FROM NOTRE DAME, 7-0

Consistent Jumper
For Varsitv Sqd

quake. A letter of thanks written in
classical Japanese style is to be sent
to Tilden and those who co-operated
with himo.
SILLINOIS TODAY

Injutry Keeps Star
Out Of Ohido Meetj

FARRELL PLANS TO USE MANY
MEN IN DUAL MEET SWTUOAY9

,ggregation Falls to Give Xlol~h
ran Any Compettion on,
Y ~ Omits
910W RES WIJL FACE
I4LLIN91S HERE SATURDAY
iga's Varsity tennis squad
through for its fourth victory.
season when it disposed of the
Dame aggregation by a 7-0
esterday afternoon at the Fr-
SCourts.
king the Catholic net squad
mnp, the M~aize and Blue rero-'.
res displayed a playing form
d their opponents running wild
te courts and left no doubt, to
a number of spectators i1v
out to see the mnatches, that'
verines were superior in every{
f the game.' Combining ;sped
bewlderng variety of strokes,
Michigan racqueteers pwixt'
qi their respective math~s in,
nt form and 1'in' most cases
linto a lead that was carrie
It to the 11l5
Roricli Has Battle
irst match brought Captain Ro-
be Wolverine leader, against,
tn, the Irish ace who was ex-
to show some of the neatest
ever played on the Ferry feld
°Don ovan started auspicious-
smashing his way through foi
itfour games. With the score
ngainst 'him, Rorich tooka
tnd worked his way out y tak-
*next eight games making the
one set,,Michigan, and 2-0.lunch-t
or the second set before !2o~-
.ould, come through with a .
Takting advantaige of Dono-
weakness at the overhead
the Maize and Blue leaer tad
!g bals. His failure to kill
ver-head shots, with Rorch's
ent and accurate placing
t a hard earned victory to Mich-
t the second setthe flnl scor;
p carried the Mic ig n* ap ,
cth number two ad had a co- yes ieo tAwria
yto a win, 6-3, 64.' Brck's
and crss-court s o s were too.
or Lutz, the Irsh payer. kodg-
lspqed of Centilevwer, 6-, 6-t in;
Ai which was featured by the'
'essteady plaement shots
accurate side-line drives.
1Doubles Are Easy
e played number four for Mich-
nid his peculiar left-hpA~ stle
ed Gonzalez, a Spaniard, who
Notre Dame's number four
to the extent that Crane was'
pull through for a 9-7, 6-1 vic-
"ose, playing number five, had
ssiest match of the afternoon,;
ig Velasco, another Spaniard,
-, 6-3 count and having things
n way throughout the entire
doubles matches brought Ro-
a Brick against Donovan and
aver for the hardest fought sets
afternoon. After dropping thc
t,° 3-6,the Wolverine players
ft. to the fre everything that
.ad and crashed through for a
the next two sets, 6-3, 6-2.
,man paired with Crane for the;
doubles match against Gonzele
fasco, and after a tough battl
first 'set which they took 8-6,
Trough an easy 6-1 set for the
ctory of the afternoon. The win
second doubles match brought
ore up to 7-0,and handed the
Le squadl its worst defeat this
* 1l1nols Next Opponent
Saturday afternoon at Ferry
e Wolverine net men will .cross
its with the Illinois co rir squad
Illini are usually represented

byr some 'snappy racquet weilders and
the Michigan coaches look ftor a live-
I l afternoo~n when the squads clash
A grandstand has been erected for
spectators and fans are assured some
skillful tennis if they turn out for
the matches.
IILEINES RETURN
FROM MINNESOTA TRIP
FISHER'S NENW iILL LEAVE TO-
MORROW1 FOR GAME WITil
NORTHW1ESTERN
Coach Fisher and his Varsity base-
ball squad ~arrived in Ann Arbor at 6
o'clock. last night after their Mi'nne-
5ota-tI'ip wvhich resulted .in one 7-3
victory over~ the Gophers, while the
seconad game. was called after the 'sec-.
ond inning on account of rain.
The forced cancellation of Tues-
dlay's' contest after the Wolverines lia i
established a three run lead was' a
disappointment to the coach and the
teamn. A second win over the North-
men would have been of material aid
to the Michigan nine in the Conference
race, inasmuch a.s Coach Watrous'
pupils defeated the strong Iowa nine
6-1 a week ago. The Jlawkeyesde
d-feated the Purdue team earlier in the
season zand made a better showing
ag ainst the Boilermnakers than the Il-
linois nine against the same aggrega-
tion.
Coach Fisher will send hlis men
through a light workout this after-
3 noon, and the squad leaves tomo-row
t fr Nor-thwvestern, whose team wil op-,
pose the Michigan athletes Saturday.,
j good accounit ofheselves Saturday,
J in hopes of making up for their miser-
able showing at Ann Arbor earlier in
the season.
SPEEDDALL &OiNNS
To' SHOW POPUITY

'Feidalie TRules 'Make Possible FOur
E~ltries In All Events Except
One An I idTo Mile
? R -UMN ITIA~E

Sf
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First Outdoor ',eligra1)hic
Expwtd"o Show First
Year -Men Slrollg

Meet

COACH CIlVI HIOYl,~~ NE
LARE SITA) GA1M'4t SUtI."VC ER

ichg-nsfehatrcsoswl
ismeet of t1 year this afternoon
The Wolverine first-year men have,.
a victor y over the Illini freshman to
their credit an!? they are looking for-
ward' to a~gain taking the 'measure of
the Sucker squad. The Michigan first
win carne during the indoor season
and 'showed' the Maize and Blute to tlo I
fore in most of the events scheduled.
Coach Hoyt, freshman track mentor",
has entered a large sqluadl in today's
meet in. hopes of placing morie men,
i~n two. three, apd four' places. ith
thUe galaxy' of stars' that are on thec
per7,onnral of his crew, Hoyt feals
v ~that his charges will crash through
w iith a majority of the first places.
.s In the dashes Hlester, Leshinski,
Covington, Koplin, and probably'
. Sterling will represent Michigan.
Sterling, one of the fastest sprinters
on the team has been ill for some
time and there is some (ioubt as to
whether he will be in shape to compete
tli, ! afternoon. Olhteiser, Douglas,
Mueller, and Gibbs will run the 440
yard dash. In the 880 yard run Hart,
David MIacEllven Walsh, Likert, and Fluke will carry
"Mac" who is one of lie veteran miem- the Wolverine hopes. Hlornberger,
hers of the Varsity track squad will be Tjung, and Stross^.r are entered in thec
entered in his reguliar event, the highmie
jump, against Ohio State Saturday af- The high-hurdles event will ree
ternoon. The tall jumpier is oxie of t.he, Prosset, Volker, W:-lk topping the
most consistent pointwnners' on the tall sticks for Michigan while Lassepr,
squad. Walk, and Beeles run the 220 tows.
Baker, Briggs, and Stoddard will take
care of the two mile run. The field
INTAMR DPARTENT'Levtt .corpetingt for Mc n-
INT0MU09 Yerlins intheshot-put whale Stew-
0 9 T 5 art < ,t, Hamilton, Sabin, Newi comb}3r,
V% AbE~ H11N IN lYWite, and McGrathy throw the ham-:me.NrhuLvtan oh
Nation-wide reputation achieved by hutrl the ,javeliIn.
Michgans deartent f itramral In the high jump Hoyt has entered
thetics as ed rteof'numers ralWeeks, Roth, Watson and liarfler with
athetis hs ed o nmerusinqluir- ;Northrup, Prout, huff, in the pole
i methods.re digits organization -andi vault nd'theebradterump.,Northrup,
Recent inquiriesnwereereceivejumro

Every member of the Varsity track 'n
tea ii w lr h'les shown any signs of 1
ability during the indoor season and i'
/ the early part of the outdoor season Cz
w ill be given a chance to make ae
namre for himself in the Ohio State1
dlual meet, Saturday afternoon on p
Ferry field.
> $ ~According to the meet rutes which a
7have been tentatively agreed upon fi
four men will be allowed to enter at
every eve~nt except the mile and two. t
.. ~mile runs whichz will probably bei l
> <opened to eight men from each teapm.
The IDuckeyts will not enter more
than, the customary four but M1ichi-'
ganwil begiven an opportunity to:
enter a greater number of hen beecall< :
the meet is being held on the home 1
rtr ack. The number of contestanits in
the long grind;; doesn't inake any p~ar-
l ilar difference to 10 eperfori-mers:
and it is w'ithl this fact ?1l. mind that
ti: I . S Mchigan hopes were (giv-,n a iother
se tick yesterday afterznon wvhen it
4 'as ~nneunc,,d that Les Wittuman, star
(hi sh man, would not beiii condition-
for the coming mheet. Witti an puz~lledl
a tendon almost a month ago and l af-'
'u r remaining out of the Draile'Relaiys
1it was thought tha:t he wouid h be lsl
to run agaixnst :'?.o Stat. Howver
C C' vehas 0 deded n~t it vwo 1ii!,(? best ~
Lester G. 'Wittmian t) take no tch a imees of a r ecurrenceW
"Pooch" will be for Ced t o rema~in of0 the. injury a,%1 ;W'tm'fan' will rnot be_
out of competition against Ohio State nceinhe')''t5
Saturday, according to ann oznceinaent 1's'hei=chiga, n entries are al host ,:
made yesterday, because. of his injured (I ,'1i1tcly sttled a:llthough Coachl Far-
leg, which has not-been Healing sat- r(.l l<<3 a ad o ofici (l . oan.une-
isfactorily. The Wolverine star' pull- I r , Hubbard will Urbaya be len-
ed a tendon a month ago and ha-s not t,_clr in thie (ashes. ?Ilabhar'(- and A1u-
been able to compete since that timhe. I" ~in th high haurcleF:. Uuzhlard,
Fleand Loon;h in 'the lowzs) Char-
________________________1;1,_ 'Reinlhe, Purdly, Norton, :an1 'per-
1iL ha r;,RPoesser in the chiart,'V, while
. L aCaptain Hattendorf, Cochran, 'and~
1,1--."eg will be entered lii.t, he half '
Mvchikae eini, I Bowen H icks
(,1r- r..Ward1, an -l i ager hile LDay-
iC'J'-han; Rear c, Nicholson andl
Results of the third rouind mnatches M 1son will take 'nart in tree "tWO Th1i1
in the interfraternity te nnis toiurna- Irg?,n.
ment must be in the Intramural of- 1! ii1,ltrd, Doyle ill Brol .Fu,11111
flee by Saturday, Mlay 1. "ilec field events will ieo iinblbardi
and 'sekk Doyle entered 1in tho "' rad
Entries for the all-campusI track 1I p. A lthough hulbbard and~ Sny-
meet are now beingacc'eptedl at thie ("o r,{Ohio aro expected to Set the
Intramural office. Th~e events are: pace in tine event Doyl e has mnade21.'"
,et in practice and. is very ilkely to
100 yards, ' 200, yards, 440 yards, 880
yards, 1 mile, 2 mile, 220 yards, low hake ehler secon". or third pl e kiln
hurles 12 yads ighhurles sht IAbr :and _Rhodes will enter -the
hurde~q 12 yads lgl hudle, s ot e aut, and v. ~,aiiSmia'th asnd Macillvx-en
'plut, discus, broad jump, high jump, w l i ti e in the high jump. Doyle andl
Hiole vault, half mile relay. Ti,,y Care to be entered in thie shot
puLt, Tidy and Brooker in the discus
The independent baseball schedule l thcaw, Tidy and Groscho in the javel-
in as follows: 6:30 o'clockc today in throw and Alder in the hianuiner'
(Continued on Page :Eight) Ns row.,
YU'VE WANTED.A P.AIR OFCRTEPE
SOED HE
but the price interlered. Just bring in your old shoes and we repair
the i with snappy C EPE R U BBER SOLES. o t 4a e - e t lo 1 'g e '

In the meet Saturday Steve will
.'atch the men closely wi~th a view to
elfecting thec squad to go to Urbanna
.e following week~end do nmeet the
nighity Ilini. Every available point
,rinner will slake the trip to Urbana
iasmuch a:, Michigatn will need every
oint that she can possibly get it shte
to make a favorable showving against.
Gill's outfit. The I1.1ini have wvon
v~ery meet which they have entered
kis year and the Wolverines will have
;great deal to work for when they
prepare to meet them.
As special incentive to men entered
against Ohio this weekend to ta-ke
irst places Guy Woolfolk, Greenwood
and Kilgore stores have announced
that they would award a new straw
hat to every Michigan man taking a
irst place.
EHave you been eating at the

new

Ann A rbov
Restaurant

since it is open?

It is one of the best eating
places in the state, known
for its SERVICE, QUAL-
ITY and REFINEMENT
It has the latest modern
equipment, and in connection,
has a soda fountain.
Ann Arbor
Restaurant
215 M S. Bin' Srrt.

QUER IES APN, AM1E
FROMIIHAWAII AlM)
IPP'INE S

RECEIVED)
PHIL-

fArmy offlcers in Hawaii and the
Philippines have queried the depart-
relent of Intramural athletics regardlig
speedball, the game invented by Di-
rector Mitchell which has become es-
'tablished_ as a sport at tMichigan and
elsewhere. An edition of 3,000 copies
of rules, regulations and' descriptions
of speedball has been exhausted by
orders.
How the military has received the
game is indicated by the fact that or-
4ers have been received from army
physical directors at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kan., and Camp Benning, Ga.,
in addition to those from the army
Eposts abroad._
The state department of physical
education of California placed an ord-
er for 1,000 copies of the booklet, and
500 were ordered by the city of Balti-
more. In New Yor k and Massachusetts
thle state departments of physical edu-
cation are introducing the gamne.Nor-'
mral' and physical training schools,
as well as many colleges and univer-
sities throughout the country, have al--
ready introduced it.
Speedball combine's elements of soc-
cer, basketball and football, and is
one of the most popular of the autumn
intramural sports at Michigan.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG, RESULTS-.
ON LITTLJE INVES'TMENT

Toledo university, Cincinnati univer-
sity, Occidental college, Brown, Pitts-]
burg, Oregon, Susquehanna universi-
ty, Kentucky, Mississippi A. & M., Cal-
ifornia Institute of Technology, Henry.
college of Emery, Va., and Alfred col-
lege of Alfred, N. Y.
Each inquiry received the personal
attention of Clare Langton, assistantr
director of intramural athletics, who
in addition to this -work has respond-
ed to 63 -requests from schools, col-
leges and universities for the intra-
mural handbook received during the
lest few months.
TENNS STARS GIE
TOJAAMNSPORT FUND
Tokio, May 7.-A gift of 4,955 yen
from William T. Tilden, 2nd, Mtanuel
Alonzo Z. 'Shimizu and S. Fukuda,
tennis stars, has been received by the
Japan Lawn Tennis Association 'and
will be used to purchase tennis equip-
ment for 60 schools in Kanagawa pre-
fecture, in which Yokohoma is located,!
which suffered in the great earthquake
and fire of September 1.
This gift represents the proceeds of
exhibition matches played in the Uni-
ted States shortly 'after the earth-I

Northwestern's golf team defeated
the Wisconsin squad by a score of 12-
8 Monday at the Westmoreland Coun-
try club.
Register Today
met
OhHenry!.
"Yes, It's true" said Mrs. Rolfe, better
known as Pocahontas-"the truth of?
the Smith incident is I bribed the
Indiaus with Oh Henry!"
A Fine Candy
10c Everywhere

It;' A Woman Ne~ver Does
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MAYNARD STREET
(JUST NORTH OF THE MAJ)

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---Flannel Trousers

Keeping
You
Keeping
fects how a mnan
feels, for you can't
get away from the
fact that you can't
get~ away from~
yourself. 'Youthful,
cheerfu clothes are
temnperam ental
tonic. We put it up
in suits, instead of in
bottles. Style-mod-
els that artfully snip
off the years. Pat-
terns that sound a
crisp and colorful
note. Sprightly tai-
loring touches that
bespeak "It's A
Good Old World!"
and "I'm Glad I'm
Alive !"Come inand
let us both make
fun o' Father Time.

Mr. S. 0. ' Davis, having ten years experience as a
prominent Main Street men's furnishings buyer, has opened
his new shop on liaynard .Street. The low overhead ex-
penses make it possible to sell the highest quality goods
more reasonably.
1. Rich colored "bat wing" and "butter-
fly~ ties ...... ........ ......85c
2. Collar attached shirts are priced $1.85 to $2.50.
Special prices in lots of three.
3. Sport Model Crawford Shoes, both "gum" and
"Duflex" rubber soles' ........... $7.50

Trousers of -White or grey im-
ported crickjet cloth either plain
or with stripes, in the full
straight leg and wide cuff stele.

The most popular shoe on the
campus. Scotch grain or Mtoor
calf. Extremely wide soft
toe. Alli sizes now in stock.

Lindenschmitt- ~
R:i AAp~eI

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