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' THF. MICHIGAN DAILY

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TO NETCAPTAINCY
.1ert ,Is Only Letterman Who
WiJL Return to Compete
Next Season.
Richard Snell, '33, of Utica, New
York, was elected to the captaincy
of the 1933 Michigan tennis squad
at a meeting held yesterday after-
noon. Snell, a member of the Al-
pha Sigma Phi fraternity, is the
only letterman of this year's squad
who will be available for next sea-
son.
He replaces Colby Ryan as leader
of the net squad and will probably;
play number one man throughout
the coming tennis year. He was in-
eligible for competition in 1931, his
sophomore season, but played at
number four place throughout the
schedule just completed.
A ruling allowing only three men
to participate in the Big Ten meet
kept him out of action there but
he saw service in all of the dual
meets in the singles, and played
with John Reindel as the second
doubles team.
Although shorter in stature than
the average tennis star, Snell has
an ideal temperment, is a steady,
rugged player, and a dogged fight
er, refusing to accept defeat at any
time. As all of the veterans but.
Snell graduate, the 'B' team will
have to furnish the bulk of the var-
sity power next year.
YESTERDAY'S ROME RUNS
Jolly....................Red Sox
Cronn ..................Senators
P. Waner.................Pirates
L. Wilson (2) ..............Robins

Fourteen Yearlings
Earn '35 Numerals
on Baseball Squad
Frf the fresh-
man baLball squad received their
yearling numerals today, as a re-
ward for their services and efforts
this spring on the diamond.
The potential ball stars so award-
ed were Elmer Bachman, Ernest,
Baker, Thomas Dooling, Russell'
Dunnaback, Wallace Frankowski,
Irving Greenstone, George Lawton,
Ross Mayfield, Walter Parker, Har-
old Rocrhig, Stephen Smith, and
Ronald Wolfe.
In addition, Clayton Paulson,
Stephen Rondone, and Jack Teitel-
baum of the physical education
team were given their "35's." Of the
latter, Paulson covered first base
competently, and is one of the
three freshmen slated to go to Jap-
an with the Varsity this summer.
Rondone is a first string catcher,
and Teitelbaum a ball-snagger at
shortstop.
Bachman and Baker, of the re'gu-
lar freshman squad, are additional
better-than-ordinary catchers, and
Dunnaback and Greenstone are
possible big team material for the
outfield.
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DOES TO REPLACE
VINES FOR MATCH!

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STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pt.
New York..............29 13 .690
Washington...........28 17 .622
Detroit ...............24 16 .600
Philad.phia...........25 19 .568
Cleveland...... .......24 20 .545
S1- LOUIS....................

Champ
Cup

Leaves for Wimbledon;
Team to Draft Doeg
for Next Match.

St. 1Louis .... ... .......20 Z4 .455
NEW YORK, June 2.--(4IP)-The Chicago...............15 28 .349
United States Davis Cup team will1 Boton.................7 35 .167
have to get along without the serv-
ices of its star singles player, II. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Ellsworth Vines, Jr., in its final W L Pet.
American zone tic with Brazil here Chicago..............28 17 .622
next wek. Bostou................25 19 .568
Rather t h a n disappoint the Cincinnati .............24 24 .500
American champion, who had boon 'Brooklyn ..............22 23 .489
promised a trip to England to com- Pittsburgh .............20 21 .488
pete in the Wimbledon champion- St. Louis ...............20 24 .455
ships, the selection committee an- Pildelphia...........20 25 '.444
nounced yesterday that Vines will New York............17 23 .425
sail Saturday.
There is thought to be little dan-
ger in the move, however. The Bra-
zilians, who won out in South
America by default, are not expect-
ed to prove a serious menace in the
three-day play, June 9, 10, and 11. COLLEGE END
In Vines' absence, the committee
has drafted John Hope Doeg, 1930 SPECIAL
national champion, to play two of
the singles matches against Brazil.
Frank Shields, as usual, will take
care of the other two singles tilts,
while Wilmer Allison and John Van Michaels Stern
Ryn will do their customary doubles
act. n. d n

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SAVE A LIFE!
Senior Life Saving tests for
the American Red Cross will be
held in Intramural Pool next
week Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday, from 3 to 5 P. M.
Coach Matt Mann

So badly fooled by a third strike
that he never even took his bat
from. his shoulder, Napoleon La-
-joie, of the Cleveland Naps, lost a
-pennant for his team in 1908.

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