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RID GINTS A REPOT
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Cooperation on the Party

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Noted After Inspiring Pep
Talk From Kipke.

By Sheldon C. O'Brien
Grave fears that the recent tax legislation/with regard to amuse-
ment receipts would cause drastic salary cuts for the football players
was expressed here last night. A cloud of gloom hung over the camp
of Kipke's mentors as the news came in, although the coach aleclared
there was no need for alarm.
"The boys are willing to do their bit to help Uncle Sam along,"
stated Kipke in an exclusive interview to the Daily. "We understand
there have been recent rumors of depression, and I am sure that they

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would all be ready to play for love
of the game and one-half of one
per cent pay cut.
Wild enthusiasm greeted the
calm announcement of the coach,
the' players all expressing their'
spirit of cooperation with suitable
gestures. No one was seriously in--
jured.
Spring is Here!
Some of the players expressed
alarm at the congressional action.
"I'm putting my mother through
Vassar," stated Dewitt, one of the
squad. members, "and I feel that
such a cut is not only unfair but
impossible."
"I'd love to help the country," de-
clared Billiamson, captain elect,
"and I'd do anything to balance the
budget, but I really don't feel that
the proposition is economically
sound. It doesn't seem to follow
the law of supply and demand."
Down with the J. G. P.!
"My country, ,right or wrong,"
shouted Hueman, "I'll stick by the
ship of state until she founders on
the rocks of extinction, but who the
hell do those Congressmen think
they are?"
A stringent program of economy
will be necessary," concluded Kip-
ke. "Hereafter we will take no
more than two student managers
and four assistant managers along
when the team goes on the road. A
football player is first a loyal cit-
izen of America the Beautiful."
--CUNCANNON FOR PRESIDENT-
WHITE FEATURED
ON ALL DIAMONDS
Big League Teams Plan Chic
Ensembles for Spring.
By M. Rutherford O'Brien.
The ever popular white will be
the predominant spring color in
baseball fashions, according to re-
cent fashion notes. Major league
teams who make a point of follo w-
ing fashion's dictates will be attir-
ed tastefully in shades ranging
from chalk white to deep cream.
The Cleveland Indians lead the
parade of chic with natty home
uniforms of solid cream, with a
narrow ebony stripe down the side
of the trousers. Color em asis
comes in a crimson, black and
white Indian head which adorns
the.chest.
Trousers ace straight, with a
slight fulness at the knees to coun-
teract bow legs. Tobacco pouches
will follow the conventional Mail
Pouch style, and rosin bags will be
severely simple.
-UNCANNON FOR PRES D1)ENT-

OSCAR THE WONDER HORSE Oud and Dirt
GO:A CAM:I:NC'_SWIMMING EXHIBITION
AReview.
r Coach Fearing Wetness at Sigma By Scemore Beach Monger and R.
Nu House, Advises Golfers Bane Swels.
to Bring Umbrellas. A little pep, a few smiles and
Vrather good looking men roused last
By Harry Spiess night's very small audience to mild
The gabbing, galloping golfers and thinly scattered applause as
* xii practice tomorrow afternoon the annual swim trial% were held
at 3:33 o'clock in the lot back of the in the spacious Union Pool. In i
Sigma Nu house. Owing to probable common with other swimming
6' '*.*;.,r inclemencies in the weather the meets, it had little or no coherence'
*g .' golfers are requested by the anxious to tie the dull events together, al-
' coach to wear their rubbers and to though the boys certainly tried
Ns3.,. r bring raincoats and umbrellas to hard enough.
the practice. What few laurels there were can
The managers have bought the be handed Bill Hunt, who, although
l prettiest little new white balls for he was handicapped from the start
them to use. The golf clubs them- by bad coaching covered the 20 laps
se vYs have come in-for their share in the fairly fast time of 7:29:2.
of spring finery. The metal has Although we hate to admit it, Er-
been dilligently scrubbed and pol- nie Neitzke came in second, his
Oscar the Wonder Horse, with Johnny Chuck riding him as usual, ished and the handles have receiv- time being three seconds shorter
is shown shortly after he crossed the tape in the All Campus Derby ed a new coat of varnish. It has than Hunt's. It must have been the
(brown). "I done it all fOr the love of the game," he sobbed, "Down with been suggested that bright ribbons stop watch. A large amount of
the Junior Girls'Jfla.! be tied to the clubs of a color in chlorine in the water kept the meet
__e J r s y_____________ - - ___ _harmony with the raincoats and moving, and livened up some of the
umbrellas mentioned above to make more drab events.
nIthe game more colorful. There is Stokley started out well, but was
10 'T' IW Mf JIstill quite an argument among the an unconvincing swimmer through-
I players as to whether the combina- out. We really dont think he should
nnIT 19Tion of 'orange and green should be have been in it. Rickey was a typ-
Iallowed on the course or not icaal Union swimmer; swimming and
e"[,U I 'H 1Y UIONLI ill ! I---C:NCANNON FOR PRESIDENT -ibreathing, but not adding much to
-BULLETIN the performance as a whoe. Too
Sucmb iletlyacsLO e tv;~~. ~ 'enabolishd ater often he was left alone in the pool,
Swetish Susies Sucumb Silently Dressing Tables to Be Provided Handball has been ab l af swimming up and down its length
Ss i strenuous objections from the Stu- for several laps.
n Severe Struggle With to Aid Valiant Heroes in Itnt Health Service as to the num- Tree was incompetent in the only
Stronguien. Removing Blemisheg. ber of injuries receivedfrom part of the meet which demanded
--Nearly three-fourths of the Lawyers real swimming ability. He came in
By Eddie Blum. By Mike Murphy. Club are incanacitated from the last.
Michigan matmen today grappled "Drastic changes in baseball rul- . rough sport. Among the most seri- UN(\ANo FOR PIaI sI1Jfs T4
their way to a hard won victory ing will go into effect this esason," ous injuries received in the nast -
over the Sweet Briar team. wMats Coach Fay Fisher announced at a 'week was the sprained wrist suffer-
slid, the audience hooted, and neart special tea for the squad in the ed by Irving Babb, '33L, who slipped
beats quickened as the battle forI Union lounge. He paused while while chasing a fast ball from Tim-
bantam weight championship was pouring to obtain the effect. othy Quinn, '33L. IHere's what
waged. In order that the players may
The Maize and Blue and Coach conducd t elv in a gentl- they're saying
Keen too, keenly feels the loss of manly manner the old custom of
Captain Dougovito, '32, who was arunning bays is to be prohibited
permanently removed from comp'- instead a leisurely walk something
tition last night upon suffering a between a stroll and a saunter, or Phone
severe scratch on his little finger. perh a dainty skip will be fa- Phone
The accident no doubt' occurredvored.
through the fault of the Sweet Bri- Leather lounging chairs will re- g
ar team, who deliberately disre-'Fahrlunigcarswl Ie SpinIg Clothing
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girded the new W.A.A. ruling that !+ t r hn li ivr mvrc- rlt--is en are

POTATOES PROVE
THETA D ElTA PIE
Remarkable Aptitude Displayed
by Great Athletes for*
Tubular Plants.
By Elmer Wadsworth,
Theta Delta Chi won the annual
potato relay race last night in one
of the most :exciting games of the
season. The final score was 51 to
15 in favor of the Theta Delts.
Excellent runs were made by the
team whose members were Bud
Jones, '32, Chuck Kline, '32, Jack
Cutting, '32, Jimmy (James C)
Fryer, '33, and the substitute, Fred
George, '34. Bud Jones turned out
to be the fasi man of.the match
and his exertion was so great, thai
George was sent in to sub for 'hin
in the last two minutes of the firsi
period and took his place durinf
the rest of the race.
The presentation of the silvel
loving cup (the stem of which wil
be decorated with a large bronze
potato) will be one of the primary
events at'the Gridiron Publications
Dance which will take place in the
near future, so they say. It will bi
ar especially important occurance
in the history of the Theta Delt:
Chi.
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' TWEET! TWEET!
Alpha Delta Phi Fancies Turn
From Ping Pong to ?
By Pat Dugan
The coming of Spring and the
blue-birds calling in the Arboretum
has brought to an end the winter
season of the Pansies' Ping-Pong
Team of Alpha Delta Phi. During
the past months these powerful
males have brought their fair op-
ponents to defeat on almost all
occasions. Their technique has im-
proved greatly, as we observed, and
whereas they formerly only cracked
the dainty balls, they now insist on
^rushing them utterly before stop-
ping the game and retiring to the
parlor for pink tea of Rudy Vallee's
dishwater.
-CUNCANNON FOR PRESIDENT--
Spring Breezes Call
Out Active Lads for
Elective Riding Class
With the gentle breezes of spring
'approaching, riding is again com-
ing into favor with the athletic-
minded young lads-and indeed'
what better opportunity for Dan.
Cupid to throw those pined-for ar-
rows than the long-winding, shaded
lanes near Ann Arbor and vicinity?
Guy L. Mullison, who owns the
stables most frequented, announces
for the benefit of his patrons that
much the same cut of riding habit
so favored last year, will again be
popular. Pastel shades of all colors
are good for both jackets and berets
for the equestrian. "Berets," he
said, "are an essential part of the
habit and should not be forgotten.
Should there happen to be a wind,
there is grave danger of an unhap-
py climax to the permanent wave
that is so much worn in the eve-
ning by fraternity members."
It is to be noted in Time, that
riding crops will be about three-
quarters of an inch longer this year,
while boots will be a tiny fraction
lower, extending to about three
inches above the knee.
Mr. Mulison also added that all
of his horses have undergone spec-
ial tints and marcels in preparation
of the season. Compacts as well as
macaroons will be furnished before
and after each ride. A refresh-
ment stand for the horses has also
been set up, half way from each
end of the stable.
-CUNCANNON FOR PRESIDENT-

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314 S. State St.. Ate, rboxhr.

finernil shul b seatedtimes soat th r'e players may rest
fingernails should b e sheathed when not in action. Some discus-
when going into a clinch. sion arose when Daniels insisted on
Tomorrow night the sweet Briar- red leather for first base while Su-
ites will again grapple just to make perco demanded green for second;
sure that the Victory of the Maike they finally dedede however, se on
and Blue wasn't due to the fact pink and light green as being more
that they saw fit to treat the Red harmonious. A bed of roses will be
and Blacks to some of Michigan's provided for the home base. Phone 9000 Phone
crescents just before the meet. Last Bats will be enameled'in all pop-
night the boys came off with- colors Baswlbeeaceinllp-
mixed, for the Sweet Briars were ular spring shades. to fit the mood RED ARROW CAB
decidedly yellow and a little blue, of the player and the balls will be
while the Wolverines were very red in harmoniouscolors
and slightly blackened.
Another feature this evening will
be the heavyweight championship
match between "Head" Locke, '34.
in the 149 pound class, and "Toe"
Hold, '33, in the 88 pound class. Thel
matdh promises to be a close one.

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talking about
CORBETT'S

Spring Prices

In homes,

clubs,

movies, under coats
of lather in barber
shops and over coca
Cola in drug
stores . .
Some are wonder-
ing if our prices are
as low as we say
they are.
Others who have
been here know that
the values are better
in the store than
they are in this pa-
per. at
$ s50
You can have a fine
Michaels Stern or
Sparton two trouser
suit. At $22.50. A
fine Topcoat. A La
Salle Hat $3.50.
Walk a Few Steps
and Save Dollars
Toni uCorbeti
Young Men's Clothes
Shop
116 East Liberty,

Specify

Ann Arbor Dairy
Golden
Jersey',

Milk

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Then you will be sure of
obtaining the freshest,
most wholesome and
most nourishing1 milk ob-
tainable. G 01 D EN
JERSEY MILK is Extra-
Extra - Pure and Extra-
Good.

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NEW PRICES AND NEW

PACKAGES

Sunday Dinner
Suggestions
HOME DRESSED

Special "ROYAL"-full pint package-filled with the same'
rich creamy quality of ice-cream.
At Your Dealer's-17c

PHONE 4101

Our driver will deliver to
your home.

BROILERS AND FOWL

THIS WEEK-END SPECIAL:
Black Walnut
Strawberry
Lemon Custard

All Brick Ice-Cream
Reduced to 35c a Quart.

SPRING LAMB

GFELL'S
MARKET

Ph(

Ann A /rbor's BsIIce Cc(reami

Ann Arbor
Dairy Co.

223 N. Main

Phone 4208

The Home

of Pure Milk

41 36 Third S";rcct

ione 22553

I VESTIATE
LANGROCK NEW 1932 VALUES
.....It Will Pay You.....

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