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FACULTY SPORTS
READY TO OPEN
IS bR II Golf and Tennis Will Be Addcd

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Ryan, Clarke, and Reindel Head
List of Eight Players
Named by Coach.
Featuring the new invitational
fall tennis tourney will be the eight
seeded players as announced by
Coach Johnstone yesterday. Four
Varsity men, two ineligibles, and
two of the 1931 freshman team
have been selected by the mentor
of the courts' as the best men en-
tered in this new event.
The first three ranking men are
Colby Ryan, Bob Clarke, and John-
ny Reindel, all members of last
year's Varsity and of proven cali-
ber. Next in line come Dick Snell
and Richard Clark, who were ineli-
gible last year but may make the
Varsity roster this coming season.
R. H1. Wilcox and C. Sandusky,
the stars of the 193l freshman
team hold sixth and eighth places
respectively with another Varsity
mian sandwiched between them as
seventh man, W. IJ. Pendle. These
rankings were hard to settle since
each player is a star with the
macquet and has an equalchance
t9 place high in the fal tourney.
to take advantage of the good
Weather at present these rounds
will start with the first on Monday
afternoon, 16 courts being -put in
use for the start. Barring unusually
long matches and a stretch of poor
weather the meet should be com-
pleted within the coming week.
From the lineup to date, which
will be announced in an early issue
of The Daily, the play in this meet
is going to be interesting, for the
field is composed of the 32 best on
the campus and will include several
pairings that have a personal ele-
ment .of competition. Clearly the
r sults of this tourney will disclose
Just who's who in tennis on the
campus and give Coach Johnstone
Ith elst view'if his material for
the year's arsity tennis schedule.
VETER AN TACK LE
IS DEFENSE STAR
Samuels Teamus With Williamson
to Baffe Opponents.
(continued From Page 6)
Williamson. In modern football with
the large numtber of off-tackle
drives and end runs, a tackle can
play 'superb football and not re-
ceive much notice with well worked
out team-play between the end,
tackle, and fullback. Morrison, who
has been backing up the right side
of the line in recent practices,
works in complete harmony with
Samuels and Williamson.-
FROSH HARRIERS
ASANNOUNCEPLANS
Large Yearling Squad Reports
to Coach Doherty.
Thirty-five men have so far re-
ported to Ken Doherty, coach of
the Freshman Cross-Country team
and as this number compares very
favorably with the turnouts in pre-
vious seasons, and as several of
the candidates boast outstanding
high school records, there is every
reason to believe that the season
will be a successful one.
Although there is no intercol-
legiate competition for the fresh-
men, there will be weekly races
within the squad during the latter
part of October and November. At
present, plans also call for the
freshman harriers 'to run against
the varsity in 'the shorter jaunts
of two or three miles.
Coach Charles Hoyt plans a two
mile race on Saturday morning as
the initial tryout. The candidates
have spent the early part of the
season in development of form,
and until Saturday's trial it is im-
possible to make any prediction.

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to Usual Fall Program.
Two new tournaments are sched-
uled on the Intramural program
for faculty members this fall, golf
and tennis. With these two addi-
tions the regular card will be car-
ried out, including volley ball,
handball, squash, indoor tennis,
and badminton. Baseball, tennis
and golf will make up the faculty
program for the spring.
The golf tournament which is
under way ta present calls for the
usual qualifying round from each
contestant. On the basis of these
scores the players will then be
placed in flights to be carried out
until a winner and consolation
champion have been determined.
The tourney is arranged so that
each man will play in at least three
rounds before final limination.
The deadline on qualifying scores
will be Monday night up to which
time the faculty golfers may re-
port their scores at the club house
on the University course.
The tennis tournament wll be a
straght elimination affair from the
original pairings, the losers in
each case getting a further chance
in a consolation meet. Those mem-
bers of the faculty desiring to take
part will have to phone in their
entry at 'once so the pairings can
be made and play started while the
present good weather lasts.
The faculty sports program was
quite well entered last year and
John M. Dorsey took high honors
by winning the championships in
indoor teannis and handball. Bob
Angell triumphed in the class "A"
squash and Ernest Smith won the
class "B" title. Captain Custis led
the fi'eld in badminton while volley
ball was taken by the Reserves and
baseball by the Zoology nine.
1000 Freshmen Enroll
in Gymnasium Classes
(Continued From Page 6)
courts, changes in freshman regis-
tration and the like.
Waterman gymnasium is given
over almost entirely to freshman
activities. Because of the fact that
classes are only one hour in. length,
and the distance to the Intramural
building is so great, all classes are
held there. This gives upperclass-
men maximum use of the Intra-
mural building. "Waterman gym is
open to upperclassmen but it is ex-
pected that they will use its facili-
ties at such 'a time as will not con-
flict with the class activities," ac-
cording to Doctor May.
"At the end of the prescribed
work in physical training every
freshman should know the rudi-
ments at least of boxing, fencing,
wrestling, basketball, tumbling, and
trapeze work," Doctor May conclud-
ed.
In the basement of the gym are
located the showers, locker room,
flndball courts, and boxing ring.
The second floor contains the di-
rector's office, basketball courts, ex-
ercise apparatus and the like. On
the third floor is an indoor track,
wrestling paraphernalia and punch-
ing bags.
Doctor May first came to Michi-
gan 31 years ago. He received his
M. D. from Yale in 1901. He and
Fielding Yost are among the old-
est University directors in point of
service. Both came to Michigan in
1900.

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MACKMENS A9TTACK
Grove Keeps Red Bird Hits Well
Scattered to Give Mackmnen
Jump in Series.
(Continued From .Page 6)
Roettger fanned. Bishop tossed out
Frisch. No runs, no hits, no errors.
SIXTH INNING
Athletics--Dykes walked. Williams
bunted safely past Derringer, who
fell down trying to field the ball.
Dykes held second on the play.
Grove struck out. Bishop hit into a
double play, Frisch to Gelbert to
Bottomley. No runs, one hit, no
errors.
Cardinals - Williams threw out
Bottomley. Hafey singled to right.
Martin singled to left, Hafey hold-
ing second. Wilson flied to Sim-
mons. Hafey stole third, and while
the Athletics argued the play Mar-
tin stole second. Gelbert was out,
Williams to Foxx. No runs, two hits,
no errors.
SEVENTH INNING
Athletics-Haas rolled to Frisch.
Cochrane singled to right. Simmons
hit a long home run over the bar-
rier in left to score Cochrane ahead
of him. Foxx singled to right, but
was forced at second on Miller's
grounder to short. Dykes grounded
to High. Two runs, three hits, no
errors.
Cardinals - Flowers batted for
Derringer, and grounded to Wil-
liams. High flied to Miller. Roettger
singled to center. Frisch got a
Texas League single over the in-
field. Bottomley rolled to Foxx. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
EIGHTH INNING
Athletics-Johnson went to the
box for St. Louis. Williams struck
out. Grove flied out to Roettger.
Bishop grounded to Frisch. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Cardinals-Hafey flied to Foxx.
Martin struck out. Simmon mace a
brilliant catch of Wilson's long fly.
No runs, no hits, no errors.I
NINTH INNING
Athletics-Haas flied to Martin.
Gelbert took Cochrane's foul fly.
Simmons struck out. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Cardinals-Gelbert doubled to
left center. Blades batted for John-
son and fanned. Mancuso went in
to bat for High. Mancuso fouled to
Dykes. Roettger flied to Haas. No
runs, one hit, no errors.

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