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verines Win Every Match Although
Soggy Courts.Handicap
Work of Men'


Reule Looms As Find in
Mile; Biggins Surprises
Both Dashes


Michigan' Varsity tennis squad de-
feated the Northwestern netmen yes-
terday afternoon at the Ferry field
courts, taking every match on the
Playing on soggy courts the Wol-
verines put up a game that had the
Prple representatives backed to a
defensive game. Because of the slow-
ness of the damp courts, play was
confined to careful placements and
there was little of the spectacular
throughout all the matches but the
second In which Brick of Michigan
had a terrific battle to wrest a win
over Sherrill, the diminuitive Purple
Rorich Defeats Smith
The fifat match brought Captain
orich of Michigan against Smith,
the Northwestern number one man.
Ttorich s aarted the activities by tak-
ing the first set 6-3. Playing a steady,
pareful game, the Wolverine leader
managed 40 pull through more on the
'rrors of his opponent than by any
point strokes of his own. His net
game was well nigh perfect and on
the long volleys, which were replet3
Fhroughout the, match, he almost in-
evitably came out aead. Smith
Itarted well in the second set by tak-
Ing the first game but after that he
,roke down and fell before Rorich's
"iard overhard attack to a 6-1 count.
Brick and Sherrill put up the best
game of the afternoon in the second
thatch. These men were almost even-
1y matched and it was a nip and tug
agffar rigt through to the finish with
the Wolv ineracquet weilder coming
out ahead 9-7, 6-3. Brick, combining
speed witi a great variety of strokes,
was forc4 to deuce games time and
,again by the short but agile Purple
°m7en wh found quite some difficulty
in answe ng Brick's twisting reserve
cut ball.
The thi match of the fray brought
Hodgma of Michigan against Boyer
of North estern. Playing his usual
consisten 'and steady game the Wol-
verine reresentative easily took the
measure ' the lanky Purple player
and erasid through with a 6-0, 6-1
score. II the four singles match
Crane ofichigan defeated Schmidt
of North stern 6-4, 6-4 in a slow and
uninterestng match which was great-
ly retardl because of the exceeding-
ly poor csdition of the court.
Win Both Doubles
Rorich and Brick were forced to
the limit to take the first doubles
match from Smith and Sherrill, the
final count being 7-5, 9-7, while Vose
and Hodgman had little difficluty in
disposing of Schmidt and Boyer 6-0,
On Thursday afternoon,. the Varsity
squad will cross racquets with a
squad of ineligibles, who will be re-
presented by several former Varsity
stars, one Conference champion and a
rankin~g player in the Western singles
when they line up with Jerome, Kline,
Angell, O'Connell, Merkel, and Burke.
Next Saturday the Wolverine court,
squad will visit Madison for a clash
with Wisconsin and their return to
meet Penn State at Ann Arbor on
May 19.
New Ygrk, May 12.-Johnny Dun-.
dee, junior lightweight and feather-
weight champion, has been matched
to meet Luis Vicentini, Chilean cham-
pion, at the Veledrome here, May 28.
Dundee's titles will not be at stake.
Support the Fresh Air Camp
Don't Forget to Vote

Ray Smith#
Ray Smith, one of Michigan's best;
bets in the high jump, who broke his
Srecordof 6 ft. 2 in. on erryfiefd by
leaping 6 feet 3 3-4 inches Saturday.
Institutions Outside Of Conference
Enter Men For Annual
Track Ga.Ies,
Secretary Joiern MeNab of Vhe
graduate managig committee which
will have charge of the western con-
ference track and field games on
Stagg field, June 6 and 7, has an-
nounced receipt of entries from sever-
al institutions outside the Big Ten.
Knute Rockne of Notre Dame hasI
entered a strong team including Ober-
st, who is looming as one of the best
javelin throwers in the country, and
Kennedy, a sparking one miler. Pat
Page, director of athletics at Butler,
has nominated a full team, while en-f
tries are in from Kalamazoo Normal,}
Ames, and Washington university of
St. Louis.
Leland St n ford also will be mpre-
sented and followers of track and-fieldj
wll have an opportunty of seeing one
of the greatest shot putters of the last
decade in action.J
Glen Hartranft of the Palo Alto in-
sitution, recently put the shot 50 feet,
11 1-2 inches, only half an inch under
the world's record established by
Ralph Rose ba ck in 1909.
In addition to his star weight map,
Coach Dink Tenpleton, one of the
greatest all around athletes ever de-
veloped on the coast, will bring sever-
al other star performers to the Big
Ten meet.
President Macy Good of the manag-
ing committee has announced the
price of admission will be $2.

Although Michigan was favored to
win the dual track meet with Ohio
State here on Saturday, the results of
several of the athletes was a great
deal better than had been anticipated.
By far the biggest surprise of the
afternoon came when Hal Loomis
came through in the low hurdles
ahead of Captain Snyder of Ohio,
one of the best hurdlers in the West,
and winner of the high hurdles at
the Penn relays. The time was: 24 7-
10, the fastest time in which the win-
ner has ever run the race.
In a trial race last week, Loomis
ran a heat of the hurdles in time so
much better than he had done be-
fore that the timers thought the
watches were wrong and as a result
of his winning Saturday he is now
regarded as a certain comer.
Eddie Higgins was another Michigan
runner who showed to the best ad-
vantage, ,winning both of the dash
events. He had little trouble in head-
ing Kukelcik, Donovan, and Connell
of the Buckeye team in either race
and is certain to make things inter-
esting for Ayres, Evans, and Hughes
of Illinois next week-end.!
The performances of Charlies Rein- I
ke and Bill Roesser in the 440 also
stood out among the rest. Neither
of the runners has been used as a
regular quarter miler before and
when they took the first two places
against Wade of Ohio they lived up
to the fondest hopes of Coach Farrell.
Reinke's time was: 50 5-10 while
l Roesser finished a bare foot behind.
Both of t iese ~ea wll now be ablel
to blater i up lie s4 uad In oneofe
its hitherto weakest departments.
Captain Hattendorf ran a beautiful
raee An the .half-mbe, fiiishing first
in 1:57 3-10 ahead of Dick Freyberg.
whQ was a scant yard in the rear.
Fre b Prac .tome 1ad nti 600 yard
and it was all that the veteran Hatten-
dorf could do to take the event. The
other Michigan half-milers failed to
come through ahead of Ross.
Ray Smith added a new line to his
list of outstanding performances when
he leaped to a new dual meet record
in the high jump. He won the event
6 feet 2 inches and the bar was
Irased to 6 feet 3 3-4 inches to allow
to try for a new record. His
iit two attempts were unsuccessful
but on the third try he cleared the
bar by a hair. He failed in his at-
tempt to jump 6 feet 5 1-16 inches to
tie the field record held by Osborne
of Illinois.
Second place was split between
McEllven of Michigan and Guthrie and
Snyder of Ohio, all of whom jumped
6 feet 1 3-4 inches.
Maroon Nine To
Travel To Japan
Chicago, Ill., May 12.--A trip to
Japan next fall is the lot of the Uni-
versity of Chicago baseball team, Ath-
lectic Director A. A. Stagg having ac-
epted an invitation from Waseda uni-
versity in, Jauan to play that and oth-
er, schools in the Orient in the aut-
The Maroon outfit will leave the
Midway-in the latter part of August or
early September. Their trip probably
will consume about three months.
The invitation came from Prof. so
Abe of Waseda, a leader in Japanese
athletic circles.
This will make the fourth such trip
for Chicago teams, other jaunts to
Japan having been made in 1910, 1915
and 1920.

sirts anti numerals for ie nuoor
track meet may be received at the
intramural office any time after this
noon. .
Hardball schedule, Thursday at
4:15 o'clock, Education vs. Soph lits;
Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock, Fresh en-
gineers vs. Senior lits.
Tennis schedule: Spangel 1505 vs.
Karnatz; Miller 1858-J vs. King 1719-
R; Hoffman 2232 vs. Stuart 783; U,n-
soeld 1628-W vs. hicks 609; Mullens
825-R vs. Berky 33; Briggs 2738 vs.
Hibschman 1104; Olian 732 vs. Mc-
Lennen 3186-W: Myer., 1359-R vs.
Mildner 1366; Kerr 2135-W vs. Falk
751-W; 011 2875-W vs. Watts 3277-J;
Martin 1805-t vs. Lutz 179. These
results must be in y tomorrow night
or men will be dropped.
Fraternity ten;nis sgh-dule is as
follows: hermitage vs. Sigma Phi;
Phi Sigma Kappa 'vs. Thieta Xi; Zeta
Beta 'T uvs. Phi Chi. These results
must be in by Thursday.
Men playing in the doubles tourna-
ment will be called up, Two or three
of the second round matches are not
in but will-be given until toimght to
be npaved.

compete Din the broad jump.
Covington, Leschinsky, and Parker
of the yearling team will enter both
the 100 and 200 metre events, Stuart
and Munz will compete in the shot put,
Stuart in the hammer throw, Lovett
and Northrup in the javelin, North--
rup in the broad junip, and Weeks
and Roth in the high jump. Isbell
will compete in the 6,000 metre run.
The remainder of the entire Varsity
squad will be saved for the Conference
outdoor meet to be held the Saturday
following the tryouts. Winners of
the first three places in the Conference
meet in each event will be allowed to
enter the final Olympic tryouts to be
held at Boston the middle of June.
The distance runners would be es-
pecially handicapped by enterinv; bott
the tryouts and the Conference meet
inasmuch as they would be forced to
run preliminaries before both meets.
It is considered likely that any mem-
her of the squad who would place in
the Olympic tryouts would also be able
to take one of the first three places
in his event at the Conference meat.
"Buck" Hester, freshman sprint star
who is a Canadian by birth, will not be
entered in the tryouts but will take{
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Horseshoes--Interfraternity. Games for Canada at Paris.
to be played by Wednesday May i14.
Chi Phi vs. Kappa Nu; Hermitage vs.
Kappa Sigma;. K; Si N uvs. eta Delta Sigma Pi vs. Delta Sigma Del-
Beta Tau; Xi}psi Phi vs. Theta Delta ta; Phi Sigma Delta vs. Phi Beta Del-
Chi; Tau Epsilon Phi vs. 'Irigon; ta; Sigma-Phi Epsilon vs. Alpha Chi
Alpha Chi Rho vs. Phi Pi; Theta Cli Rho.
vs. Psi Omega; L~elta Chi vs. Tau Del-
ta Phi; Pmh Mu Alpha vs. Phi Delta TheIndependent league schedule is
Theta; Alpha Rho Chi vs. Phi Beta as follows. 6:30 o'clock tomorrow
Delta; Alpha Sigma Phi vs. Phi Kappa Giants vs; Yankees; Raymons vs.
Sigma; Phi Beta Pi vs. Sigma Nu; Toledoans; Gun and Blade club vs.
Alpha Sigma vs. Delta Alpha Epsilon; Spencers; Wolfson's Warriers vs.
Phi Gamma Delta vs. Sigma Alpha Ep- Fletcher Hall.
silon; Phi Mu Delta vs. Phi Lambda
Kappa; Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Delta San Paulo, Brazil, May 12.-Ermin-
Upsilon; Sigma Chi vs. Delta Sigma io Spalla, European heavyweight
Phi; Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Phi Sigma champion,. knocked out Benedicto,
Kappa; Phi Delta Ensilcn vs. Delta Brazilian heavyweight, in the ninth
Sigma Pi; Peers vs. Delta Tau Up-fround.
silon; Phi Kappa vs. Alpha Kappa
Lambda;: Alpha Delta Phi vs. Phi Chi; Support the Fresh Air Cann
Delta Tau Delta vs. Beta Theta Pi;
Beta Phi Delta vs. Alpha Chi Sigma. Don't Forret to Vote

N FO __T YO noh............3 0 1000 HUGE ATHLETIC STADIUM
Saturday morning, May 17, has been os.. ... .....4 2 .637 Tokio, May 12.-(By A.P.)- The
track meet. Due to the fact thatt h 3 Members of Varsity Squad and 9 Minnesota .... ......2 wave of stadium building, which has
varsity uses the track to practice on 1'reshliien~ to Compete here Ohio State .............2 1 .66'i swept university centers of the United
every lay it is necessary to choose For Olympic Berths Purdue.........,.....3 4 .29 States since the war, has reached Jap-
this date, it being the only possible - Indiana..............1 2 .
time open. WLTTMAN, hUBBARD, BROOKER Northwestern .........1 7 .15 an. A stadium with a capacity of 50,-
The events are: 100 yd. (lash; 220 AMOGST THOSE SELE('TEI) Chicago ...............0 5 .000 000, which can be expanded to 80,000
yd. dash; 440 yd. dash; 880 yd. run; I-is to be built this spring and summer
mile; 220 yd. low hurdles; 120 yd. Seven members of the Varsity track Claude Falkiner, noted English bil- about half way between Kobe and Os-
high hurdles; broad jump; high' jump; squad and seven members of the fresh-I iard player, now touring Canada, re- aka, on the line of the Hanshin Elec-
shot put; 1-2 mile relay. . man cinder team will be entered in cently made a record break for the tric railway, which 1s constructing the
Entries will be accepted at the m- the Olympic tryouts to be held May 30 Dominion of Canada under existing ; park.
tramural office up to the time of the and 31 on Ferry field according to an rules, when he compiled a run of 436 A baseball diamnnd, in which the
events. Only tw:o men from. eachb anatest ideaseld inordiguseanrunsbignheleagued parks43
fraternity will b ermitted to enter announcement made by Coach Steve in a game at Calgary, Alta. latest ideas in use in bid league parks
Irtmywn Farrell and Trainer Charlie oyt yes- in the United States will be introduc-
'any one event, while one man can FneIa~ rie hri otys
enter three events and the relay. a tel-day morning. Suport the Fresh Air Camp ed, will be ready for use first, but the
I The members of tkc "-- , stadium will have also running
All horseshoe matches in the all- to be entered will be Wittman, H-ig- Don't Forget to Vote track, facilities for field events, and
campus tournament that are not in the gins, Hubbard, and Goldwater in the I a swimming pavilion. The last is made
l sintramural office by tonight will be 100 metre dash, Jim Brooker in the It's trito efficlency to use Daily possible by the stadium's location on
dropped. pole vault and the discus, Doyle in the Classifieds.-Adv. the seacoast.
discus, and. Hal Loomis In the 4401
Gi,,f ani ~nnrrc fa"tht i dnn yard law hurdles. Hubbard will not!

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