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THEMICHIGANDAILY _________

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Time limfit' for the matches' in the --
tennis tournament has been etn- or g <j f:11 ol,'c:tm
ed to Monday night due to poor weath- riU-uii ,trtt lsi
er and the iraiibilastic tournament. I f ''
Fraternities in the horseshoe tour- 1 TW ILL1i. ? ri AT1
nament shouxld-call' at the Intramu-ral i) h( ~ i.l TI'M. N 1N
offie ;and find out. their status and;wa g me ar l ft 'o b p ay d
tems rprsetig c o ols firom all '
Independent baseball league sched- Prso i n~deWs ilegg
ule for today is as follows: At 6:30 the 4th annua ichia iteaol
o'clock, Raymonds vs. Giants, Yank- astic tennis fu namenii t strting thisIt
ees vs, Toledoans, Spencers vs. Fletch-- imorning on, the Ferry field courts. I
er hall. All entrants will meet at the club!
--_ihuea .5Wlc hsmrig oIThe following. delinquent games in wake ratinhis and play will start on;c
the fraternity baseball tournament are the Valrsity coinlis at 10 o'clock, won-
to be played tom~orrow at the follow- ther permitting. If the Nveatb~er is
ing hours: 3 :45 o'clock, Kappa.Nnu vs. bad the mnatcehes will he played on thet
Xi Psi Phi,. Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. concrete courts. Play will continue'l
Alpha Chi -Rho, Ri- Kappa Alpha vs. this afternoon and toinorrow until the l
Trigon, Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. The- miatcheps are completed. A banquet
a Delta Chi; 4:1.5 o'clock, Phi Lambda will be given the visiting players at
Kappa- vs. Theta Chii, Chyron vs. Ac- 6:15 o'clock. tomorrow night in theE
acia, Phi 1'i vs. Delt'a Alpha Tlpsiaoh; -Union at which prominent Mtichigan
5:15 o'clock, Nu Sigma Nnu-vs. Delta 'athletes will speak.1
Phi, Kappa sigma. vs. Psi Omega The lit cof entries received iincludles
seiai teams from, other states- in-
eluding Erie, Pa., Youngstown, Ohio,j
~ITIAI ayon bigli school, Cleveland South:
I U{T 11111 hgh, Toledo Scott and Toledo Waite.

?iov 'l lean Cshen h al-- s.a iplace in the batting onder.
U? o enrl emwinrs0 llh . Joe Ii 5 feet 6 inches tall Vi-oen ho
he si gie u~ 1 (i(Ubl(S U1(5 lat ic. esup to emit that foghlorn'Le'
~ca, xiii510 h elere i t~e tur Go" of}his. Ross Young of the. Giants
1 .. Clt(tdlci2iii c.All iHe- j' a Gbnd Cotton' Tierney of theBrvan
!.iu~ ssiol x 51 fltYtu l~*. exit h1im 1in heig;ht and they ar13'
thr 1 iches taller. Walker (oth
t i } p"_ C "Every I nociY is a -boosCC~t," cCoing P i l i.I 5J feet 10 inches anmlthe 'ot -
to ailold whecr .ati C. A;,.o1iT-; range (around ix l FIY 't. 'a.lllie
of9,. 1 ciipp , L?7itI of the Yanks and! Seely ot the
St oi a c ne tt ra, White Sex ;stand 6 feet 2 inche:..
TO I9[01 OY iAllcy-unswrdi w of Joey's rivals for cleanup honl-
;arne ~. a 4-orcl r old f a dil c~l- .<nhe raw c7St, close to t e200-poulnd marl:L But
Loui gofer ci~ si th~inghals iTO Jy :steps up and.lacaes on extra blase
loge un( (-, ra(Inste:sin Kanlsas wll he _terso otai e t ail tchi.- s-its with the biggest of them.
be real contenders for ite uite ic( cncsso at onle of' theclubs. de "Which is another tribute to Trls
States Olymp.lic team, it c.- -ari from char'ges- five cet t the 1obr for ISpeakeLr's judgment as a manager and
their pefracbi 1 jg1 allrcvee. ','p~t 0-Qtam builder. FHe had the nerve to
ther erorllace i th, igc). d~o jwith the boyr who wades init~ the lako. ;smIasJh precedent after sizing up Se-
relays. Ti-alis not claimed are sold to other wel' batting and the team's makeup
These afll thct, are 1-Trl 1,Mvc'Sin, golfers and his profit is split writh the 1Ii general..
pole vaulter of K ansas State Teacherrs' boys. Arnold has madle a fortune withl
college of ]Enporia; T'om Poor, rhh the odd concession..Cbniieer
jupro nvriyoKna;I'r !,sbGnaewin Graham, hop, step, and j mo con- Joey Seweli, diminutive short-stop- ! apparently is lost to the Rochester In-
testant of University of Kanisas: and ping; star of the Cleveland Indians is I ternational league club. And therein
L. I{. (Red) Irwin, sin-lnter of the a. living refutation of the generally'I lies a mloral which is: An infielder
Kansas St te Agricultural colleg e. accelpted theory that the "cleanu p"ishudnve r t ac bles
McKowvn cleared thie bar at Ilk feet man on ?ila ball club shld Irnbea v'en't- ?should-never try to ca tc bullt

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inch to win the evert in the Kanz-
relazys here Aprii 19. A wceek -later
won the pole "v,,u Ite. D1rakore',x
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DAILY (J ASSWIP',0S BRING;
BIG RESul~4-
ON LITTLE INV ETM E+NT

able giant--one whose Stature alone Gonzales was on iris way toa, ig
shouldt be enough to strike terror into league job when he got into a discus-
theher of the opposing hurler. lion, with a Cuban sport writer last
.7o.;("Aus from Alabamia university winter. The scribe decided to use a
,s byy inches the smallest man bat- .-evolver instead of a typewriter 'to'
ting fourth in the bit league lneups, makze his periods. Eusebio got one of
these days and he is holding his own, the punctuation marks in his hand.
with the ether 15 gents playing the The wound refuses to heal.

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Now isa good im to get set for-
summer--- aswveater-- - knickers
and cap.
Or Ibuittss--Ill the eight sack

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Both outfits are here --perhaaps
your vacation will call for both.
aifttle work and a little play.
Glad to show them to you.
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