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PAGE SIX

THE MIC14IGAN JDAILY

IbA.Y, MAY 29, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925

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CiNDER MEN MEIPlay Third Round Of Tennis
WIlNIN I Tournament This Afternoon'

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1f31 VW 1WN 11 i 11 1 1Rounds one and two of the inter-
scholastic tennis tournament in both
A(totied afrm Pae One) r the singles and doubles were played
After the Half mile has been run I
things will probably begin to pick up off yesterday afternoon. The third
for Tom Jones and his crew. In the; round of the singles will be played
mile Vallely will give Hicks, Horn-jat 9:00 o'clock this morning and the!
berger, and Jung a good battle for third round of the doubles at 10:30#
first place. If Hicks has succeeded I o'clock.
in getting back into mid-season form, Theresults of the second round of
after his recent operation, he will be the singles are: Christina, Short-
able to beat Vallely but he will prob- ridge, defeated deal, Ypsilanti, 6-2,

Western, 6-0, 6-0; W. Schafer, Rayen,
defeated Moss, Ft. Worth, 6-2, 6-2,
and Gies. U. of D., 6-2, 6-3.
The results of the doubles are;
Shortridge defeated Highland Park,
' 6-2, 6-0; Kalamazoo Normal defeated
Northwestern 6-4, 5-7, 6-4; Ann Arbor
defeated U. of D. 6-3, 6-0; Northwest-
ern defeated Benton Harbor 11-9,'
6-3; Pt. Wayne defaulted to Ypsilan-
ti; Pontiac defeated Western 6-2, 6-2;
Battle Creek defeated Central 6-4,
6-3; Kalamazoo Central defeated
Owosso 6-3, 6-4; and the Rayeni
School defeated Kalamazoo Central
6-3, 6-4.
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ably show the effects of his illness in
his first appearance and the race be-
tween the two will be a great battle."
Hornberger and Jung are both capa-l
ble of pushing Vallely if they are
.;running true to form.
The two mile race will be between
Kubly of Wisconsin, one of the best
distance men in the section, and Cal-
ahan of Michigan who has been show-
ing vast improvement over his early
season performances. Briggs and
Mason will also be in the runningE
for Michigan.
Wiseoisin will pick up a number
of points in the field events.
Schwarze should take first in the,
shot with Munz and Doyle of Michi-
gan second and third. Schwarze will
also be favored to take the discus
throw with Munz and Doyle again
coming second and third. The jave-
lin throw will probably yield a large1
number of points for Michigan,
Northrdp being. conceded a first.
Roth of Michigan should be.ab'le to
take a second. Northrup will also be
favored to take a first in the pole
vault while Hubbard and Northrup
should take the first two places in
the broad jump. The high jump will
be a fight between McGinnis of Wis-
consin and Weeks of Michigan, both
of whom clear 6 feet 2 inches. Hawk-
ins aid MacAfree are expected to
take the first two places in the ham-
mer throw for the Wolverines.
Net Men Face
Badger Squad'
Michigan's tennis team, with a firm
grip on first place in the Western
Conference, concludes its 1925 season
when it meets the University of Wis-
consin racqueteers in a dual match at
two o'clock tomorrow afternoon on
the Ferry field courts.
The Wolverines are topping the
Conference with five victories out of
sik starts. Ohio and Illinois with
tlhrce victories and one defeat apiece
ate tied for the second position. As
tb Maize and Blue team has played
more games than. the other Confer-'
once schools, it will win the champ-.
ionship if the Badgers are turned
back tomorrow. The Wisconsin team
is a weak one this year and ought to
offer little trouble for the Michigan
Michigan will be repesrented by itsl
usual four-man team tomorow. The4
order will again -be Jerome, Captain
Crane, Krickbaum and Vose.

6-0; he also defeated Bacon, Owosso,
6-3, 6-2; Haynes, Kalamazoo Central,
defeated Johnson, N. W., 6-0, 8-6;
Marsh, North'n. defeated Miller, U of
D., 6-4, 8-6; Schafer, Rayen, defeated
Wilson, South High Wayne, 6-3, 6-4,
and Hammer, Pontiac, 1-6, 6-0, 6.-0;
Elrod, Shortridge, defeated Souzedde,
Mt. Clemens 6-0, 6-1; Brayton, N. W.,
defeated Kane, Owosso, 6-2, 6-3;

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