riTHE MICHIGAN F~ATLY'
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a 12 day
ion for t
f the otb
White Sox to Four All fraternity tennis matches
roit Trims Red l which were rained out yesterday1
2-0 Score. afternoon will be played on Friday
y 2 afternoon if convenient. Fraterni-
's Pilaelpha A ties unable to play at that time
's Philadelphia Ath- may make ocher arrangements by
y re anhe rt ofr calling the Intramural department.
e by eftpngfthe The following freshmen have
ue by defeating the been definitely chosen for the
2. Lefty Grove held freshman tennis squad and are
s to four hits, while therefore ineligible for furthr i-
were getting to Car- terfraternity competition: Sand -
good sound bungles. ky, Nisen, Sch nap, Baldwin, Reni-
s Win One. han. Root, Muzzey, Waring, Dur-
other American Lea- and, Finch, and Fiske. As this does
e others having been not complete the full personnel of
er on account of rain the squad, the other names will be}
s, Bucky Harris' fast published as the remaining men
t outfit administered are chosen.
vashing to Boston to Archery T'ournament.
-0. Red Sorrell, who I The all-campus archery tourna-
ubber for the Tigers ment will be held this afternoon at
from Bean Town to 4:30 on Ferry field. The American
ttered blows and was Round will be used in this compe-
er. Lisenbee replaced tition, which consists of thirty shots
mound for Boston in at forty yards and the same num-
ing after the Tigers ber of tries at fifty and sixty yards.
wo runs across the The possible score is 810, but it is
m that time on held probable that the contest this year
hollow of his hand. will be taken with a score of 325
ger, star second base- to 350. Charles Dee, last year's
to the Tiger lineup champion, will defend his laurels
's absence. this year according to an announce-
Split Even. ment by the Intramural depart-
Natona Legueat- ment. Entries for the event will be
National League an- taken until the match is actually
he day Boston and under way. Dr. Lynam will officiate
lit a. dnubheadic~ r .D.Lnmwl fiit
ptured the opener by
t dropped the second
outhit the fast mov-
9-7 in the first con-
It always had a little
the pinches. Both
d 7 hits in the finale.
er scheduled games
at the tourney.!
Fraternity athletic managers are
reminded that they should see that
their contests in all spring sports
now open to competition, when.
they are rained out, are resched-
uled at the Intramural offices for
another date. This is necessary to
keep the leagues running in perfect
order and not get the spring calen-
dar too m~uch out of order in the
Squad Has Week of Hard Drills1
Ahead in Due preparation
for Illini Meet.
(Continued from Page 6)
in shape to take a poin, or two
in the Big Ten meet when it comes
Hawley Eggleston is another of
the boys that looked pretty bad last
Saturday, but perhaps too much
was expected of him under the cir-
cumstances. He lost both high and
low hurdle events to Scheifley of
Minnesota, a man whom he has
beaten twice previously. A good.
workout this week will be of great'
help, for he is going to have to be
in top shape when he runs into Lee,
Although Perry Austin looked only
mediocre in his winning of the two-
mile event last Saturday, he is
bound to be out in front against
the Illini, for he can run plenty
fast when the competition demands
it. The competition which the Illini
will put forward centers around
Evans, and Woolsey who should be
able to force Perry out a bit.
The big issue in this meet as far
as dopesters are concerned is the
lowdown it will give on the pros-
pects of the two teams in the Big
Ten meet which is scheduled a
week from that date. As things
stack; up now it looks as though
there is going to be a four-cornered
race for the title now held by Mich-
igan. Besides the Wolves and the
Illini, Wisconsin and Ohio State are
counted on to put in teams which
will make no small bids for the
Conference honors. All four boast
strong teams and the title is only
going to the one which can produce
the individual points here and there
for the winning plurality will not be
ilWIN RAISES HOPES
Courtmen Have Better Outlook
for Chicago Meet Here
Hope that Michigan's Varsity ten-
nis team will be able to defeat the
Conference championship Chicago
netters next Saturday on the Ferry
Field courts was revived Monday
when the Wolverines had an easy
time in whitewashing Indiana while
Ohio State was administering a 6-3
beating to the Maroons.
Previous to these meets the Maize
and Blue courtmen had not been
conceded much chance against the
veteran Midway contingent, but in-
asmuch as Ohio State was only able,
to down the Wolverines 5-4 in the
first Big Ten clash of the season, a
I real battle is in prospect for Sat-
Will Try to Win.
Of course the Buckeye victory,
over Chicago must be considered as
an upset, at least until the Scarlet
and Gray netmen further prove
their right to first place in the'
standings. That, however, does not
detract from the fact that the
Maroons have been shown to be
vulnerable, and Michigan will enter
the meet with a strong determina-
tion to follow in the steps of the
Bucks with a victory for themselves.
On the whole the play of the
Wolverines against Indiana was
all that could be desired under the
circumstances. The rain early in the
day made it impossible to play on
the regular courts, and the meet
had to be staged on courts that
sloped from the nets back.
Captain Fred Brace played his
usual good game, although he show-
ed a strong tendency to serve dou-
bles too frequently. In his match
with Rice, of Indiana, nine doubles
were served before either man gain-
ed a point by volleying, some sort
of a court record.
Clarke Comes Through.
Bob Clarke played his usual
steady game that has carried him
through to so many victories in the
past. He usually can be counted
upon to come through with a win,
and Monday was no exception, the
veteran Michigan star winning in
straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.
Colby Ryan showed a distinct im-
provement in his volleying, while
Ed Hammer and Johnny Reindel
also came through with good per-
formances. Sherman was the victim
of the only set the I.osiers were
able to take, but he soon rallied and
was able to dispose of his opponent
easily after becoming acquainted
with his style of game.
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Next Opponents of Varsity Are
Detroit City College
iiladelphia 5, Chicago 2
ston 0, Detroit 2
w York-St. Louis-Wet
acinnati 2, Boston 4 (first
ncinnati 3, Boston 2 (sec-
This afternoon the varsity gol-
fers will meet the freshman squad
on the university course. Players
for the frosh will be from the fol-
lowing group: Captain Fischer,
Loveland, Hanway, Menefee, D.
Howard, Bergelin, Schloss, Plaksin,
and Dayton. The varsity will be
represented by captain Royston,
Lenfesty, Howard, Hand, Jolly, Liv-
ingstone, Hoover, Heppes, Redness,
Roe, Thorner, Shorewood and Ho-
* Matches Uncertaim.
Matching is uncertain as it is de-
pendent upon the order of arrival
of the contestants. As many° of the
matches as possible will be started
off at one o'clock, and later arri-
vals will be sent out up to four
o'clock. Foursomes will be start-
ed whenever possible, in other
cases single matches. Where four-
somes are played each man within
the quartet will have an individual
opponent for scoring purposes. All
matches will be over by six
7 $ "ago'
29 3 4
Berger ................. Braves
Ciillop . ......... ... . Cincy
Alumni Grid Trophy
(Continued from Page 6) .
was selected to receive the award.
Rich was captain of the 1928 Wolv-
erine Varsity. Ray Baer, one of
Michigan's most outstanding line-
men, won the trophy in 1925.
A SELECT GROUP OF FINE
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iy weather is having a lot of victory
ght now ruining a lot of base- urday'z
Imes. The good old precipita- I troit1
as no scruples as to the im- agains
ce of the league that it stops course
e day, for from the Big Time day C
o the inconsequent.sand-lots, take u
are being postponed on ac- again,
of rain. latter's
Is First Extra Meet.
ay's meet is the first of two
inference engagements for
rsity following their decisive
over Northwestern on Sat-
s rain;-soaked ground. De-
City College will, appear
t Michigan on the home
this Saturday, and on Mon-
oach Trueblood's men will
up the championship fight
opposed by Chicago on the
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