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APRIL 22, 1931

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ACQUET WIELDERS
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FIRST YEAR GOLF
MEN START TODAY
Thirty-Six Hole Test to Decide
Make-up of Squad.

This Week's Practice Matches
Will Decide Singles and
: Dubles Rankings.
With the approach of the match
to be. played against the Detroit
Tenis Club this Saturday, the Var-
sity tennis squad will devote the
remainIer of the week to a series of
individual racquet combats to de-
termine the rankings of the con-
testants, according to Coach John-
stone.
So far this season, arbitrary rank -
ing. have been used, with the vet-
erans, of course, receiving prefer-
ence. To date, the lineup has fol-
lowed this order: (1) Hammer and
grce alternately; (2) Clarke; (3)
Ryan; (4) Reindel; (5) Mills; (6)
$herman; (7) Pendell.
In the ranking matches, the
schedule as announced by Coach
Johnstone is: Brace vs. Hammer;
Ryan vs. Clarke; Reindel vs. Mills;
$herman vs. Pendell. Play in the
doubles ranking is to start soon
with Hammer and Brace, Ryan and
Clarke, and Sherman and Mills
competing.
Beginning this week, practice has
begun in earnest, with supervised
sessions every afternoon. Lockers
have been assigned, and the prac-
tice matches supplemented by a
meet to be held with the Ypsi net-
men next Tuesday.
'MURAL PROGRAM
WILL OPEN TODAY
Baseball, Tennis, Horseshoes,
on Spring Schedule.
(Continued From Page 6)
teams.
Faculty soft baseball gets, under
way Friday afternoon at 5:00 with
a full)schedule of eight teams clash-
ing for top honors. The Chemistry
Department lead last time and may
repeat this year. R.O.T.C. competi-
tion is lined up with seven teams
and they are scheduled to start to-
morrow afternoon at 4:15.
Tennis also starts today accord-
ing to the schedule and 51 lineups
have been turned in and arranged
for competition. Psi U won the cup
last year but they will not be com-
peting this year. Horseshoes is in
the same situation with their pres-
ent champions, the Delta Epsilon
team, failing to enter for this sea-
son's competition. Otherwise 48
teams will be fighting to down riv-
als and all comers to take over the
undefended throne.
Class, independent, faculty, and
R.O.T.C . tennis a n d horseshoe
leagues are expected to be ready for'
action by May 10th which will be
the second important day for the
Intramural Department's s p r i n g
sports program. There will also be
an all-campus baseball field meet
held in May. Cups, sweaters, and
other awards are all up for the
winners in each, division of this
spring card.

In conjunction with the qualify-
ing trials for the Varsity golf squad,
Coach Trueblood is planning a 36-
hole medal play test to determine
the make-up of this year's fresh-
man squad. These trials will be held
today, tomorrow, and Friday and1
are open to any freshman golfer
on the campus. The same plan as
(that used for the Varsity will be
used, namely, 18 holes on any two
of the above days.
The exact number that will be re-
tained on the squad throughout the
year is so far undetermined, but
Coach Trueblood intimated that
room would be found for everyone
who shows himself capable of con-
sistently good golf.
Johnny Bergelin, Varsity captain
in 1929, will be in charge of the
yearlings. Bergelin established an!
enviable reputation for himself
while in school, finishing second in
the Big Ten meet at Minneapolis.
Johnny Fisher, all-Campus cham-
pion last fall, has been appointed
captain of the freshman. Fisher
gained considerable fame for him-
self last summer in tournaments
around the Cincinnati district, as
well as holding down fourth posi-
tion in' the Western Open after the
first day's play.

EXPER T ILL GIVE11
LIFE SAVING TESTS',
Red Cross Examiner to be Here
This Week; Certificates
to be Awarded.
In order to accommodate those
students who will be seeking posi-
tions this summer as life guards at
beaches or as instructors in camps,
and who will be required to furnish
Red Cross certificates for life-sav-
ing as a recommendation, there
will be an examiner here this week
to give tests to all interested.
This will eliminate the necessity
of waiting until the applicant gets
out of school here and give him a
chance to get his application for
the post in as soon as possible. The
Red Cross examiner comes from St.
Louis by special arrangement and
assistant swimming coach Mac-
Mahon hopes to have a large num-
ber of men down to take the tests.
A preliminary class will be held
this afternoon in the Intramural
pool starting at 4 o'clock in which
MacMahon will help any that may
turn out to brush up on all the
points that will be gone over in the
three days of tests. The examiner
will take over the applicants tomor- !
row afternoon and continue his
tests through Friday and Saturday.

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BASEBALL from three until 5:30 o'clock each
The Intramural baseball organiz- afternoon. Any man enrolled in the
a)tion1 is composed of seventy frater- University who is not on probation
nity teams, eight faculty teams, is eligible to become a candidate.
seven R.O.T.C. teams, fifteen class Fraternities qualified for Sigma
teams, and four independent teams, Delta Psi points should get their
a total of 104 teams. men out immediately. It is neces-
Tile eight faculty teams will start sary for everyone to have a Health
baseball competition next Friday, Card filed at the Intramural build-
with the Chemistry department, ing before attempting any of these
last year's winners, defending their events.
title. Friday's games, which start, at An individual cup will be awarded
5 o'clock, are as follows: for the best individual ali-around
Dentistry vs. Chemistry; Physics performance. Two hundred and
vs. Economics; Eng.-Archs. vs. Eng. seventy-nine men took part in these
Research; Mathematics vs. Swim- trials last year of which twenty-one,
ming club. passed every test satisfactorily. _
FRATERNITY TENNIS . ~
Drawings in the fraternity tennis RED CROSS TESTS
competition have been made, with All interested in taking Senior
play starting Thursday of this week. Red Cross or Examiners' tests in
Fifty-one entries have been record- life saving should report at the
ed, while Psi Upsilon, last year's Intramural pool this afternoon
champions are not defending their at 4 o'clock. ,r
championship. MacMahon, Instructor
FRATERNITY HORSESHOES
Drawings in the fraternity horse- -----------------
shoe-tourney have been posted on
the intramural bulletin board. For-
ty-eight teams are entered in this A EN AVANT ver fhward n
year's competition, with Delta Upsi- A
lon, last year's champs, unrepre- A
sented. Play will start this week.
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