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i THE MICHIGAN

DAIL''Y

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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S PLAYERSIEMAINS STAR DESPI
andidates Out for Spring
h4; L ong Dril4 1
oA Fundamentals.
forty men responded to -
V ball for spring football
* last Wednesday night, and'
the end of the week it is
d that this number will be
increased.
plans on starting work ina
next week, with the empha-}
.g placed on fundamentals.,-.
al kickers and passers will
ne in for their share of at-
before the squad is taken
ndamentals Stressed. -
Irills on fundamentals will
ecially important becausez
oes not inten'd to spend any
this part of the game next -
rigors of the 1932 schedule
a necessary for Michigan to.. - .;,-
stride at the very start of,
on and not in the third or .-
game as has been the cus-,
past years. For this rea- I'
spring drillsr must give
lefinite information as to
nty best men he has on his
Ed Warren, Yale University baseballe
Several Possibilities.. accident at a camp last summer. He re
s early date it is impossible call came for indoor practice this season.
any predictions about the Wood, Yale diamond mentor, tat he ca
that will take the field in good arm.
ll's opener. Several possi-
present themselves. First,S
I continues the form dis- WHITE SOX PLAN FOR
last year, he can take. an -OFC L A P S
Ition while Petoskey will goO C LA PO
ullback post vacated by Bill
Second, some of last year's Better Hurling, Hitting Promised er. 11
te backs may be shifted to ' for Coming Season. as .a
to fill up part of the gap cran
graduation. Rod Cox falls Improved pitching and hitting hero
Slatter category as a pos- are promised by the Chicago White do th
Be
eturn to school of several Sox i 1932. The team which fin- Lyon
omen who have been out for ished in the American league cel- to h
or 'two should make the lar last season hopes, under the Vic I
of picking a forward wall new management of Lew Fonseca, latte:
ably easier. to reach higher place. last
the preliminary work must A trade with Washington secur- Kain
ied into a period of five ed infielder Minter Hoyes who will willc
'ter the squad is taken out- start at second base, and "Sad Me
Until then, however, Kipke Sam" Jones and "Bump" Hadley, 1931,
ere to a schedule of three two veteran moundsmen who will outfi
drills a week. see a great deal of action. Lu Blue Bob
will be back at first base and Chal- the I
THOWMAS FIVEQ LSES. mers Cissel at shiort. Qf the third Rock
sackers, Cared Selph, recruit from
comas High school's basket- Houston of the Texas league, seems Jo
:m went down to defeat be- to have the call at present. Stli- at o
poleon High school's squad van, rookie of last season, will con- job l
,y afternoon at Ypsilanti in mute between Chicago an South more
t round of the Regional send until mid-June. He may then mura
tournament by the score of rtplace Selph as a regular.
Engie missed two free Attempts are being, made to con-
it the end bf the game, thus vert the heavy-hitting but slow
ie chance to win or tie. moving Smead Jollby ltQ a catch-
IEQIS
sa Sata,
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TE LQSS OF ARM TWIN TO MLET
4 D.YNC.HERE.FRIDAY

Tutors Blue MatmenI

French Tennis Prospects
for Davis Cup Seem P4

Affair With Strong Yacht Club
Team Will Conclude
Dual Season.
Michigan Varsity swimmers will
wind up their dual meet season
next Friday night when they meet
the Detroit Yacht club natators in
the Intramural pool, in the second
meet between the two teams this
year.
Although the Wolverine splash-
ers defeated the Detroit stars in
the first meet, January 23, by the
margin of 45 to 30, the former high
school and college stars will give
the Wolverines a battle for honors.
Lesser Places Counted.
The ability of the Wolverines to
win the first meet was due entirely
to second and third place victor-
ie$, as the Auto city team forced
the Maize and Blue to divide first
honors with three each.
The race in which the most com-
petition will be met on Friday
night will undoubtedly occur in the
breast stroke. McClellan defeated
Miller and Lemak in Detroit in
January in a heart-breaking finish,
just barely touching the pool-end
ahead of the Michigan captain. In
the 50-yard free style, Curtis de-
feated Schmeiler, a n event in
which the Wolve star rarely parti-
cipates.
The water polo battle will prove
another interesting feature. In the
January meet, the Wolverines de-
feated the Yacht club 11-5 in the
first home defeat for the Detroit-
ersin their history. The club swim-
mers will be out to avenge this de-
feat and even matters for the year.
Former Wolves to Swim.
Two former Michigan swimmers
are among the personnel of the
Detroit natators, Dick Spindle and
I George Hubbell. Other members
i are Howlett, backstroker, Oxley
and Schurig, divers, Lehigh, free
style, besides Curtis and McClellan.
This meet will be the final ap-
pearance of the Michigan Varsity
before the National Intercollegiates
March 25 and 26.
Three of the Big Ten's leading
basketball centers of the 1931 cam-
paign-McCarnes of Northwestern,
Daniels of-Michigan arid Bennett of
Illinois - performed a s forwards
this season.

By Roland L. Martin.
For the first time since Henrit
Cochet and Rene Lacoste teamed
toget1er to wrest the historic Da-
vis Cup from the American defend-
ers back in 1927, the French nation
will not be the decided favorites to
win the Challenge round on the
ground-brick courts at the Stade
Roland Garros in July.
Conditions have changed consid--
erably since that day: Rene Lacoste
will be returning to Davis Cup com-
petition for the first time-since he
lost to Bill Tilden and defeated
John Hennessey in 1928. Jean Bor-
otra, one of the most colorful fig-
ures in international tennis and
one of the "Three Musketeers," has
definitely abandoned Davis Cup'
play. Jacques Brugnon, Cochet's
famous doubles partner, has decid-
ed that at his age, 37, he must quit
competitive tennis. Christian Bous-
sus, Andre Merlin, Pierre Landry
and Marcel Bernard are not yet in
the class with the foremost stars ofk
other nations.

France. But Cochet, almost s
handed, turned back the Br
youngsters.
But this year, both Britain
the United States are conced
better chance. Lacoste canno
turn to the form necessary to
feat either of the English sta
Vines, Lott, Shields or Wood o
American team by July. Or
long, ardorous training period c
do this, and it is doubtful
then if his game could triu
Cochet seems to be slipping ir
same manner as Tilden in 1927
he will probably be unable to
the tide as he has in the pastt
years.
Both Borotra and Tilden
confident that France's long
will end this year, and it wi
either Britain or the United S
that will carry away the fa
trophy.

C.uIF /'EEN 'uCoAC/
Whose Wolverine grapplers are
among some of 'those highly favor-
ed to capture individual titles in the
Big Ten wrestlinig championships
now going on in Bloomihgon, In-
diana.'

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captaili, who lost an arm in an
turned to the squad when the
He is demonstrating to Coach
an still hurl the ball with hiss
VACA TION
ITION IN LEAGUE
e has been defensively a laugh
rightfielder. Benny Tate,-vet-
maskman, and Frank Grube,
of the city series last fall, will
he bulk of the receiving.
sides Jones and Hadley, Ted
s and Al Thomas are expected
ead the list of twirlers, with
Frasier and Pat Caraway, the
'r the iron man of the league
year, as secondary starters. Mc-
and the veteran Urban Faber,
do, relief hurling.
l Simons, who had a trial in
looks like a sure starter in the
ild with Johnny Watwood and
Fothergill or Bruce Campbell,
latter a youngster from Little
'in the other two places.
e Benis, veteran quarterback
hio State, who lost his regular
ast fall to Carl Cramer, sopho-
e, defeated Cramer in an intra-
l boxing tourney.
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Four Houses Advance
in Class "A" Playofs
Four fraternity class "A" cage
squads advanced past their first
round of the playoffs Thursday
night. The Betas, rated favorites,
won 25-5 over Phi Kappa Psi; The-
ta Chi drubbed Sigma Phi Epsilon,
18 to 4; while the other two games
went on small margins after close
play. Lambda Chi Alpha won over
Hermitage, 7-6, while Trigon de-
feated the A.T.O.'s only 6 to 4.
Monday's rounds include a league
playoff between the Alpha Sigs and
Phi Lambda Kappa, and regular
second rounds of Phi Alpha Delta
vs. Trigon, Phi Gamma Delta vs. Pi
Kappa Alpha, Delta Kappa Epsi-
lon vs. Phi Mu.Delta, and finally
Delta Sigma Phi vs. Alpha Delta
Phi. This will bring the play up to
the quarter-finals 'which are sched-
uled for next Wednesday night.
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Cochet Bears Burden.
It appears that on the mighty o-
chet will rest the burden of tu n-
ing back the challenge of such na-
tions as the United States and
Great Britain. In the last three
Challenge rounds, it has been Co-'
chet who stood alone between one
of these two nations and the win-
ning of the Cup.
Last year, after Britain's team of]
Austin, Perry, Kingsley and Hughes
had won the Interzone final from
the United States by three matches
to two, it appeared that they would
win the Challenge round from,
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How they would enjoy a dinner a
'?arborn Inn! Savory fish cakes wit
Boston baked 'beans-fragrant fish
chowder-rich-gravied pot roast i
New England style-corn beei has
with dropped egg-steamling, tendej
chicken pie - old-fashioned pastries
home-made ice cream, and fresh straw
berry shortcake!I How YOU will ei'
joy these and other flavorful dishes
prepared by a chef skiled in the ar
of New England cookery:
Faculty members are invited t
Dearborn Inn for bridge parties
luncheons, dinners and teas. Tablf
d'hote luncheon in the Early ,Amir
can Dining Room, $1.25 and $1.00 a
plate. Dinner $1.50, A ]a carte service
in the English Coffee Shop. Colonial
Lounge and Recreation Room. Trans
k~ pottation provided for groups. 'Phone
Dlearborn 18i0.
Ample, parking space and garage.
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2% Miles From Ann Arbor
Oakwood Boulevard nearb
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a topcoat is a difinite entity.. an individuality.
spring Braeburns ror instance have that liare
and drape, and look which make today's

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