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March 31, 1931 - Image 6

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Jimmy Foxx Starts H-is 1931 Crop ofHome 11vre Ed Hammer Has Been Outstanding Performer
Runs Against Cards During Spring Training'UlIL JJ on Varsity Tennis Team for Past Two Years'
a E T17 By Bud Jtones rSig Frank Donovan, the Detroit
«c atL Tto1~ . tar'li!i ;3 r~e I, ito five sets before amittin
nicJ(e ,I-rnh ~11 ne==ixtlc. i \ari-qt defeat. t was during the progrss
1v11)1w tcai~. ,f this meet that Hammercae
o ach Starts Offensive Drill (n:ii .t l , ill;pC;rforl- hLafiethog hswnvr
for udo rc Card ers onl Coach Ray Courtights Var- Jak Hrri, the Chiaoan who
iDespite Weather.styenstamfrtepStows seeded N. 1, and an over-
.:years has bee Edward Hammer, of whenrin favorite tocatrth
ChilingMarc wids kept the ~ Mcia.ianewotte
~ ~ an trty tinlads inside the field captained the team i his Junior Brae; own Hin.
x house yesterday, but they did not yai u fth e e nte Afer holding a monopoly on the
# ~~pevcent Coach Chuck ; v'..from histoy of Mtnicig 'n ahitics to PonU:-c City championship for
bmihning his opfensi ~. he out- gain this distnctin, three yeas, Hammer was fored to
f , I :loo fetack campaign whch will }Tihe outstanding upryornaace of I tcliuish l his honors when hoe
incYi fte th vaatin lyof whn amnrs career was his play in bowed to ?Fred Brace, his successor
w Michi i-ia nleation. will comete the12odiino the nulSgi otec pai icy, in the final round
k I1 fi tle Drake relays over at Des naw Valley meet. Accodi~g to his of the t era~ent las summer.,
E ~ r wn ad11i Sin lie as nev_' "ht £1i, 0111-a'resr big n Continue.at-tere sbutesplayCoasnuhe eco"lbtphisash csu tempts bPs temt0iwas30the tMechihian
n~ was not quite good eno! ii. i the stae Open, but hle didn't g et very
if: ? Both frshm~.lan an V a r S t y final round, Ed ' scc eded in car- fear, cue mostly to the misfortune
:: Lid tame lou in fore yster- -- -o deetng Byrumnof alamarcoo
%vataatc aainfo thLe number one ranking star of the
:henuo.f:--; ndoor season xv h1 i e;l ba ' L
cenrarra state, in the thrd round o play.
',, V~AI~& Pratice ""o eyars a o, Hamm er paired
.~~~~k~Prctce 1 vi:ncinortte n aeRepn h fHirace Bariton, who was the i
XXIXI't # he y : laangs a ire;Ocrdof two wins'
: Akmi:::, )t oftrce in dual cmpetition; painddvnetoh h;i
.~a (.)ioponents. Coach Ken .Soccer football stat ed up gain of r~l ig 'ten doubles before rmeet-
;>:;>.,"; :: Yl:nt completed his ysec tmno t4~&~kngdefeat at the hands of Geore
,,... >: :,i " .a- (at;lt>it., >iQt7:; henth .fi.tp (lO V hcdLtin d Ca lahan, the Chago;
I ePc-mna c a 'Oa-sd h nc~'~~lha .-stars, : in a hrd fodo-lit fivy se
.11hzia s team u lde be{i ;th n " wmatch. La st year, in the Big Teon
Associated _ ti;;Ph ,, a r Olpo Utytill' mach opnigs sioD lwar .te'hl,,;t 0ofmiee, however, he never gt start-
toseveral to Cn itlt43S t ac ennin ea and was eliminated in the first
Jimy, 'o x -!tletifirst basemn, is sh own crossing the ilate h- o I as< art ns tht of'- , neral, and ee:t thiii to 'hal, audb Hlnek f insoa
aftrh socked hinirthoerunhi a 1.931 anie ing Miller .is seen ;', r istitutionson thcir d; bblig ad r nxaula - playr famous for his mediocrity.
oirg o at.. g~raate was on e of a l'it . e world's see:"wino ifeE : 'thriowe r; outside for a liteHaHihRnng
Crfinal: dutring their spring tt .,aiin Foid.x romk O{riu yestrda.y. Rod Cox is the A special lature in cnnecto easeo h at htlei
-. i; o4 ct iii the squad intewhsocrftbll this yea is usally occupied elsewhere during
" @7" ENCOU yj(RT PLAYST AS B]ALJL hA VK lt ets. The big sophomlore ia i.Myo h nv rile smner months, Hammuer's
S I cllconieabelr-giml.-~~f1wI alwfrsmn t tuamct experience has beeni
IN OuT J .ELD FO k ST. LOUIS L1 " JVS P..ovcrr ent in the pst fetVW ees ('0050thiSspor as nelomtieout
under Ktz' tutelage and can tonss eactivities that they x; ill subs3t-re~asr tei lmt iteda ankoting
By Alan Gould, Associated Tiress =major league basebal: career when the sphere over a 1140 feet nlow. lute for gym periodls after the in state circles. However, as a re-
Sports Editor. he got his A. B. degree at ,St. Patrick is training for this even sprs ing h olidnaysyiiacrdac.wt sut of his win in the State Junior
WEST PALM BEACH.~ Fla., Mar. 1Mary's. He was more interested in n the frosh team.hsnwpai yr. championships in 1924, he was ac-
30.-(I1')y-Larry Bettencourt, broad a football coaching career, but he D bougal Loo ks GAoo. Soccer has serven Wmoe than. ay I corded the fist ranking position.
shouldered, dark-haired, his face was signed by the Br owns in short' Dougal is in fine shape for the other sport to draw toether the __________
somewhat scarred f r o m gridiron order. !oeig fteotorsaovroscsooia rusa h
btlwsabl-akwnheCoch Ketz sadan 'wl be a good capus. Last sa' to. s were a KNA IY-a cmln
btlwsabl-akwehe Meanwhile he has played and ad a andtpcl xmi *~ rsl s resting at Excelsior Spring, Mo,,
wnfm asAlAeiacetrcoached professional football withn Javeitro thVisiCocy h't~liorishs airedy e-until April sixth prior to training'
four years ago with St. Mary's col- the Memphis Tigers, one of the best the javlntrwti year. CahJlutn a led e for his scrap with W. L. "Young
lege of California. teams i the country. He thinks boabuieslokatitl e e evrlnivtai19fr tribling for the heavy weight
Roving about the football fields, the pro gridiron game is cleaner, bit raw as yet, but Dick Chapman tCams in.-Dtoit to play engpe- (crow.
he was conspicuous Tor his abilitymoenjybeta th cleg is teaching them the lowdown on me~t aain this year.
to intercept enemy passes. tebrand.eealo tesqa
brand.may develop into material for the
He's a ball-hawk now with the .~y~ erpae."hel e oigcmeiin emKen
St. Louis Browns, battling for a hy hereae."helbecoigom ttonHrmKi,
reguar ert inrigt feld Hecause the professionals are better sprint man on the indoor track, has
reguar erthin ightfied. rblekers and tacklers. Being older been showing the best form thus;
started out as a catcher and third they are less likely to lose their frat o vr2 eti h
baseman in 1928, but two seasons te eradgtoe 0fe nte/n
ootfedninfsmiolegetempers." opening trials last Friday. IHe work-- °
of otfildig' n fst ino legue The best college team that Bet- ed in this event n the froash squad l
coman in 19 9 with Mitahlws ake tencourt has ever watched was the last year.
aeendv in13 ihWciasFalls e1930 Notre Dame machio. 1Heeplay- -- - ----- --- _}
developed his deesv@s ela d in a charity game in San Fran- Major league baseball clubs are
battnge blty.Txs ege ih4 cisco against Joe Savoldi and labels all breaking camp now prior to
Cii uit lout la.t yer.the ex-Notre Dame fullback as one coming back North and starti ag
cieutecouthadnothoghtof. of the hardest men to stop that Ihe the 1931 campaign for pennant Y

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Cold Keeps X51: i d

'Indoors But

Rfshev Expnects o Drill
Outside Thi~s Week.
1-leld indoors by;o cold weather, the
sebal sqad xhibteda ,urpris-.
ilu Ymount ofspirit1a thecy went
anot1erruine session in
noon. That.the btters had inot
lost thei_ reye for lthe bail over the
week-end was evideonced b !y the
fact tthahe mniesretrieving
Lxhsat the far en=.d of the cages
,ie as much jeorpardcized in life
limb a ps they w. ,ere at ;any pre-
vi ous rcie The ba<tters did not
have eeyhn their own way,
hoxwever. The ,tric.ky inshoots offered
by Tomins deY ceived even such
hitersas udsn.Consi; derable im-
prove v:,itwas sown by the infield
canddate, wo tim(ed difficult
I g n a md iwith increasing sureniess.
Tue 'xuual ~i)displayed buy the
squad w'as attr iuted by C oa ch
I Fisher the loz jng awaited sun-
shine, which streatnie-d through the
winowsand gave promnise of an
otdoo~r woikout for thiis afternoon.
SAlci time weather pr~ove :favorable,
a pra ctice gamze is planned by the
baseball mentor.
$2,000,000 International house with
living quarters for 500 foreign stu-
dents is being constructed on the
C University campus.
All mnakes of inaclimes,
IOur eqoaipifent and per-
5 o e I are consi, Iert~d
allonl the beyt (in the Sirate. Thie result

of twenty years' careful building.
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