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PAGE 'TEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

FORMER WOLVEIINE STAR COACHES IIr ~fip fiTflfIIIll

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FORMER WOLV ERINESTACACE
YALE PLAYERS IN ART OFPASSING KIPIIS[ utU d
L\Y 7 sos EXPERIENED LIME

Yeterans Return in Varios Sports to Brighten
Hopes for Winning Year in Big Ten.
Optimism seems to be the pre- 1 year here as grid coach. The split
vailing note in most of the Univer- which that tem found for itself
sity of Michigan athletic divisions when it fougt ts way fom be-
hind to beat ' uru oiler-
as a new competitive season gets akertd by th P urt toss-
under way, yet despite the pres- es of Harry Newrmn and a strong
ence of numerous undergraduate defensive h-e combined to give thej
material it will be a most difficult Maize and Blue a cu rosr for
task for the Maize and Blue men- the as North-
tors to repeat their performances t r e th.y
of last year when they annexed one Another Wester-C n ence title
national title, and four Western was carried bak to t un Arbor
Conference -championships, as well hal of fare b iwhen
as making a strong bid for honors combination which orced back the
with three third place rankings in strong bids made by Wiscorsin and
the various sports. Minrnesota and copped the title
Starting with 'a group of sopho- with a series of -comeba rks on the
more swimmers, Coach Matt Mann home rink in te CIis eurn.
Coach Charles Hoyt found a
saw them splash their way to a group of track stars last winter as
national ihampionship last spring he assumed his duties for the first
in the ,Chicago meet. this came time as Varsity coach which rode
just a few weeks after the Varsity over all competition at the Confer-
ence indoor meet at Madison to
natators hadWalkedtoff with the bring back another major title.
Western Conference mneet at the The Conference meet climaxed a se-
Intramural pool itn which Johnny ries of dual meets which the Mich-
Sch'iaeler chalked urp a new nat- igan thinclads annexed with ease.
ional mark in the breast stroke in. Such stars as Austin, Egleston, Pot-
addition to setting new Conference tIe, Turner, Tolan, Campbell, Glad-
records in the back stroke and the ing and DeBaker featured these
220 swim. meets.
Veterans .Return. On the outdoor track, the thin-
With, this brilliant 'showing to clads were upset a bit when a
shoot at, Coach Mann is starting strong Badger aggregation came
his 1931-32 cafmpaign with most of into the spotlight of victory with
his letternen of last season cap- the Illini nosing out the Wolves for
tained by Bob Miller and including second place. Ed Russell, one of the
Schmfrier as well as a few fresh- fastest middle distance runners
man stars. This array will be most ever to run for Michigan will cap-'
forfhidable to Western Conference twin this year's squad on both in-
challengers. door anq outdoor tracks. The en-
Coach Harry Kipke started out tire championship mile relay team
last fall With a ra'ther raw looking of Russell, Eknovich, Glading and
bunch of recruits with 'which to DeBaker will be back on the track,
mould a' team to grace his second (Continued on Page 13)
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Raise Varsity Hopes
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plenty troublesome. The team opens
on October 3 with a double header
\. scheduled against Central State
v Teachers and Michigan State Nor-
mal.The latter team proved to be
a distinct surprise last season, and
managed to hold the Varsity eleven
Sto a 7-0 verdict.
Chicago opens the Conference
season here on October 10, while
Ohio State follows the Maroons
here for their traditional battle on
October 17. This game should fill'
the stadium, as it usually rates as
one of the biggest drawing cards in
the middle west. Following the
Bennie Friedman, Ohio State battle the Wolverines
Former Michigan star and captain of the 1926 eleven, who after leave twon for two weeks, playing
several years of professional football is now starting his first season on October 24 at Illinois, and fol-
as backfield coach at Yale University. Friedman was one of the great- lowing that with a game at Prince-
est masters of the forward pass that the game has ever seen. He is ton, the first of a home and home
one of the many Wolverine grid players to be picked on Colliers' All- series with that team.

VINES IS NEWEST
TENNIS LUMINARY
(Continued From Page i)
Americans since the days of Tilden.
Wtinning or, losing, the youngster
forces the play at all times with
deep, accurate drives, a sizzling ser-
vice, and a well-night perfect over-
head gamie suippleme'nted by con-
siderable ability at the net.
Moreover, he has plenty of nerve.
No one who witnessed his five-set
struggle with Perrm, the British. ace,
can doubt that he -has plenty :iyf
that valtiable comrmbdity. Viies
loo~ks to be just the player the US,
team has aolac edur ytheyears
of the Frencih possession vof the:
Davis Cup. CGiven a few years to
mature andibuild -up -his physical
strength; Ellsworth inesshuld be
in a positrion to successful1ly ,cp
with the best players in the worQd,
and thus be largely instrumental Iin
bringing the Cup back to the United
States.
Hanley 1u s itca
onMalted Milkbred
EVANSTONJ I., -Sept. 21.-Coac'h
Dick Hanley placed his Northwest"-
ern grid team on a malted milk
diet at the opening of football prae-
tice this fall. At the close of the
daily workout -each player is given
a big tumbler of malted milk. The
drink serves to quiet the player's
appetite until they get back to the
fraternity houses or dormitories.

Famous . Illinois Coach Begins
Nineteenth Seasoit as
Head Mentor.
Bob Zuppke, starting his nine-
teenth year as coach at Illinois, is
planning to develop a strong team
from new material.
The prospect does not bother
Zuppke as some of the greatest
teams he coached, including the
championship squads of 1914, 1918,
1923, and 1927 were largely co:n-
posed of new men.
The Illini, in Zuppke's 19 years,
have won seven Big Ten champion-
ships and have tied for the title
twice. Despite the four losses last
season, Zuppke's teams have a mar-
gin of victory in their series with
all other Conference teams with
the exception of Michigan, which
has won six and lost five.
Illinois lost 14 lettermen by grad-
uation last year but a strong squad
of freshmen has raised Zuppke's
hopes. Although the Illini are not
the pre-season favorites for Con-
ference hoiors, Bob may spring an-
other surprise with a strong sopho-
more team.

American teams.

Newcomers Scarce on
Tentative Iowa Team
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Sept. 21.-Veterans'
experience, pitted against sopho-
mores' determination, apparently
has given the more mature athletes
the pole in the race for positions
on the University of Iowa's foot-
ball team.
On what passes at present for the
first team-an eleven subject to re-
vision at any moment during the
daily double practice sessions-only
one sophomore has edged into a
place.

Wisconsi Ties New
Advertising chem e
(Special to The IDaily)
MADISON, Sept. 21.-A novelty
in football advertising is being put
out this year by the University of
Wisconsin, which is issuing grid-
iron posters, drum automobile tire
covers and windshield transparen-
cies in identical design. The figure
in all three is that of a halfback
dodging as in a broken field run.
It shows unusual action and the
cardinal clad speedster.

Close Season Here
Indiana appears here on No-
vember 7, the Hoosiers taking the
place of Purdue on the Wolverine
schedule. The following week the
Maize and Blue forsake Conference
opponents to tackle another tradi-
tional rival, Michigan State, here,
while Minnesota will close the sea-
son here on November 21.
Illinois and Ohio State, while
they appear to be inferior to the
Varsity at this stage of the season
have a lot, of sophomore talent that
may develop into really formidable
aggregations. Minnesota is always
tough for the Wolverines, but Mich-
igan should experience no rea
difficulty with the rest of the teams

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