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To Give

First Tests


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Baseball Team
Opens Against
Ohio Wesleyan

WASHINGTON. AND LEE: Didn't er Paul Shu heading the list.
win a game last year but have meta- GEORGETOWN: The toughest
morphized this season. Beat Ohio j competition on the trip. O:±e of the
State 3 to 2 in the opener, lost a sec- finest teams in the South, coached by
ond Buckeye tilt, and are hovering ex-major leaguer Joe Judge, and well
around the .500 mark today. Pitch- veteranized. The top player on the
ing weak. roster is Harry Bassin, crack first
V.M.L: Seven lettermen returned baseman, who batted a mere .526 last

Buckeyes Burin
ED THEURER, Michigan's football
and track announcer, forwards the
sports page of Tuesday's Columbus
Dispatch, which proclaims in loud
headlines: "Matt Mann's Tactics
Arouse Buckeye Ire." The story, writ-
ten by one Lou Goldberg (who, if
memory serves us right, was sports
editor ofathe Buckeye Lantern, stu-
dent organ, last year), reports that
Michigan is favored to win the A.A.U.
swimming meet this weekend because
it has Jack Kasley on its team.
Jack Kasley, former Varsity
breast-stroker, will once again swim "Ohio State offices buzzed with
with Matt Mann's forces in the speculation and indignation .."
National A.A.U. meet at Columbus, when it was learned that Kasley,
Ohio, tonight and tomorrow. Since premier breast stroker in the na-
Kasley is a ten semester student en- tion, was entered in the meet.
rolled in the engineering school, he Kasley is still in school, although
is eligible to represent Michigan in he has completed his alloted three
this meet. years of competition. And for this
latter reason, the Dispatch as-
serts, Mann "is not violating any
Golfers Leave I Big "Cen or collegiate ruling but
is certainly violating the spirit
and intent back of the ruling."
For The Southi
The Conference ruling limits Big
* Ten competition to three ,years, but
This1ft1rlloon has an appended clause which saysy
_ "Provided, however, these regulations
shall not apply to a Conference team
Courtright To Lead fen entering a general meet." But that
ailSquad 0 Sport's doesn't satisfy Mike Peppe, Buckeye
d r coach, who vehemently vows that if
First Training Trip Michigan wins with Kasley "we'll be
forced to refuse to recognize it."
Coach Ray Courtright and his var- That's going to make us very mad,
sity golf squad of 10, will leave Ann indeed, Coach.
Arbor this afternoon for the first The ispateh virtually con-
cedes Michigan the crown with
southern trip ever taken by the Kasley in the individual breast-
mashie-wielders in the history of the i stroke and as a, member of the
sport at Michigan. "weak" medley relay team. Well,
They will leave at one o'clock and it seems that Kasley himself has
will. drive to Lexington, Ky., where
they will meet the University of t$
Kentucky team Saturday. NatatorSwim
Four Veterans To Make Trip
Capt. Al Karpinski will lead the In A . e. eet

been advised by the University
athletic officials that he may
enter the individual event, but
cannot compete in the medley
relay because it's "unethical."
It's hard for us to understand how
Kasley can contribute points to Mich-
igan' total as an individual and yet
commit a breach of ethics by swim-
aming in the relay. But 'tis so decreed.
And neither Jack nor Coach Mann
should feel any twinges of conscience,
nor should they heed the Buckeye
frothings. With a superlative team
on its hands, Ohio State finds defeat
exceedingly difficult -to swallow.
Before leaving for Columbus,
Kasley told us, "if Johnny Haigh
continues to show the improve-
ment h did in the pool yesterday,
they won't need me to win the
medley relay."
At any rate, we bet Michigan's
reception in Columbus will be
anything but cordial.
More Moores' Needed
LFIE MOORE, the substitute goalie
fromPittsburgh who turned back
a savage Toronto puck attack to en-
able Chicago to win its first game of
the Stanley Cup finals, was "im-
pressed" that night . . . Told earlier
in the evening that he wouldn't be
used, Moore repaired to a beer parlor
to kill a little time and a few glasses
of suds. While quaffing the foamy
fluid, he got a telephone call, request-
ing that he hurry to the rink with
his equipment.
Arriving at the rink post haste,
Moore learned he had to man the
nets because Connie Smythe, Tor-
onto manager, had reneged on a
Prom:ise he made Bill Steiwart,
the Blackhawk's manager, to per-
mit the use of Dave Kerr, experi-
enced New York Ranger's goal
They administered a few beer anti-
dotes and sent Moore into the nets.

Judge's Georgetown Nine this year to give Coach Jack Alex-
ander's crew a formidable mien. Best
Provides Strongest Foe of lot is pitcher Billy Roberson, who
For Squad In South 1 has three no-hit and a one-hit game
to his credit. Soph crew good, catch-
It's Michigan versus Ohio Wesleyan
in the Wolverines' opening tussle of See the New STETS
the year this afternoon at Delaware,
Southward bound on their annual
eight game barnstorming tour, Mich-
igan's squad of 16 depart this morn- Street
ing by auto for their initial tilt.lt e
Coach Ray Fisher announced his
lineup for the Wesleyan game yes-
terday. In regular batting order,
the Wolverines will open as follows:
Wolverine Lineup AS SEEN IN THE MAY E.
Charley Pink, left field; Don Brew-
er, short-stop; Walter Peckinpiugh,
third base; Capt. Merle Kremer, cen-
ter field; Dan Smick or Bob Camp- S irts
bell, right field; Fred Trosko, second
base; Elmer Gedeon, first base; Leo
Beebe, catch and Herm Fishman, ,
Veteran Fishman, the slowballing
left hander, will most probably hurl
the first six innings of the game with Z
Danny Smick, the converted infielder,
taking over the last three frames.

year. He has maintained a .400 aver-
age at Georgetown and is slated for
the big time. This bunch won 12, lost
none last year, and averaged 12 runs
a game.

SON Feature Styles.

I NCE 1848..,

at Liberty

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He gave them a display of nervy net-
Colleges Favored To Ead minding, the likes of which escaped
even the wizened old timers present.
Ale ie UJfilg j And the Hawks won, 3-1. Now they're
thinking of primig him for the re-
(Coutinued [fO r ainainder of the five-game series .
There will be no lack of stars but for *
the most part they will be widely Dixie memos; Remember to thank
scattered. Adolf Kiefer, Lake Shore " Butch" Slaughter at Virginia, for
standout last year will be swimming his long, chatty letter for "Laughs'
for Texas, Peter Fick, the New York and Thrills" ... Tell Dave Todd, Cav-1
A.C. sprint ace is still churning the alier baseball captain, that his pal
water at his usual clip but his once- Vic Heyliger will see him in New Eng-1
famous teammates are through be- land this summer . . . Remember the
cause of age. swell stationery in Lexington's Rob-
Michigan will base its chances on ert E. Lee Hotel, which lasted for al-
strength in the free-style events, most a year . . . See the Smithsonian
Capt. Ed Kirar, swimming his last Institute and listen to a Congression-
race for the Varsity will be the Wol- al cabal against "dictatorship" .
verine's big gun. With two firsts as Don't drive up the private White
a result of his efforts, a first and a House roadway, as accidentally hap-
second or third from Haynie and the pened eight years ago, with secret
service men lurking in every cranny

Last year, Michigan swamped the
Ohioans 15 to 2, but they may find
their task made more difficult this
season due to Coach Ray Detrick's
sophomore acquisitions.
New Men Compete
Five new men are up to bolster the
Wesleyanites" mound staff while four
sophomore infielders are fighting for
regular berths. They are Joe Cer-
vellini, shortstop; Howard Steller and
LeMar Faught, third base; and Hom-
er Forsythe, first base.
The outfield is veteran as is the
catching department with senior
behind the plate.
Here's a brief appraisal of the
other southern clubs:
WEST VIRGINIA: Reports have it
that this bunch is priming for the
Wolverines. They lost their opener
to Michigan State. Seasoned outfield,
but infield is sprinkled with question
marks. Showed little against Spar-
Will Pitch Veteran
VIRGINIA: Have won two and lst,
one to date. Will pitch veteran Ben
Ashby, who hurled both victories,
against Wolverines, and he's a tough
nut to crack. One of the better re-
serves is a young sophomore-William
H. Terry, Jr.-who cracked a pinch
hit single to whip Vermont in the
opener. He's the Giant manager's
son, of course.
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Daremy . exsvi CU remvarious places picked up Dy other;
A large question mark centers members of the team should put
around veteran Bill Barclay. He dis- Michigan on top or mighty close to,
located a fibula bone in his knee dur- the top in the team standings.,
ing a basketball practice last winter elay's May Decide Top Tean
and if he is unhampered by this in- The relays will provide some oft
jury and regains the form that he the stiffest competition of the meet.
flashed when he reached the semi- The medley will find Princeton andI
finals of the National Intercollegiate Ohio State scrapping for first hon-
tournament last summer, he should ors. Princeton cracked the world U
prove invaluable to the Wolverine mark recently and the Bucks have
squad. been hitting close to record time all
The six non-letter winners on the 'season.{
squad are to a large extent unknown IIt is in the free-style relay that
quantities and their positions on the Michigan may find the margin be-!
squad depend on the showings they tween victory and defeat. This event'
make in competition during the trip. pulled the Wolverines through the
Several men who will not make the National Collegiates and may do so
trip are still in the running for places again. But Lake Shore, Ohio State,
in the line-up when the regular sea- Harvard and New York A.C. will all
son gets underway, depending on have crack teams entered.
their showings when school is re- The meet will be another of those
sumed after the vacation period. that won't be decided until the last
man is across in the final event. Mich-
EXHIBITION BASEBALL igan's hectic season might wel end
Detroit (A) 3, Toronto (IL) 1. in a victory in the A.A.U.'s.
St. Louis (NL) 16, Albany (G-F) 6.
Washington (A) 5, Boston (NL) 4.
Philadelphia (A) 17, Presbyterian
College 4

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