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WEDNE5DAY, 4H , 1941 THE MI IICHIGAN DAILY
Thirteenth Annual bM Open House Will Be Hed T(

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Tierra Koski To Highlight
Entertainment; Handball
ChampionsWill Appear
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Hockey Tea t
To End Season
Against Illinois

G ,u Sliar'emiet Trachiun repare To Defeii
After Old Title Butler Relay Crown Saturday

After Poor Start, He Hits
Stride As AAU's Near ;

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TWO OLD FISHING BUDDIES from the Lake Champlain region may
start working together again if everything goes all right.
They got acquainted about 10 years ago when Ray Fisher hauled his
family off to ait upper New York summer resort called Long Point for
a few months of relaxation. Not long after arriving there, Ray came -
across a scrappy, good-looking little kid, who lived two doors down the K
street.
They became great friends, the two did. One was an old-time pitching
great, a former big league hurler, who took ua coaching at the University
of Michigan. The othei was just a wee lad, 12 years old, named Charley
Ross and his fingers were hardly big enough to wrap around the seams of a
baseball.
But age didn't make much difference in that combination. They got
along great and used to spend hours together. In the morning, they fished.
In the afternoon, they played catch and at night they used to talk about
baseball and Michigan.
For four years, Ray and his little friend Charley used to spend the sum-
mers together up at Long Point, and by the end of that time Charley becamej
a pretty fair hurler himself.
The following July, Ray and Charley went up to Vermont together
and used -to take turns pitching for a small 'amateur team there on Sun-
days. They were still real buddies. They still talk about the time when ,
the usually mild Ray went storming after an umpire and almost started 3
a riot because the "blind" guy had called a wrong one on his young pro-
tege.
Charley went to high school after that and;kept on with his pitching.
He was going along pretty good with a one-hit performance to his credit
when the breaks went against him.
FIRST HE SMASHED HIS ELBOW in a ski fall and shortly after he
cracked his wrist. By that time, there was very little suitable hurling
left in his ailing arm. Crooked elbow and weak wrist, Charley went out for
other sports. He became a good hockey player and a capable gridder.
Fisher used to stop and see his old pal Ross every summer then, and
when they got together they still talked about baseball, Lake Champlain
and Michigan. There was enough of the latter so that when Charley decided
to go to college, he came up to Ann Arbor, the place where he felt most
at home.
Rosa never went out for baseball here. His arm still bothered him and
he couldn't; throw anything across except a fair half-speeder. Charley
spent most of his time around the hockey rink where he proved a great aid
to Eddie Lowirey.
Last month, howcver, Ross found his old friend Ray was having
headaches. Fisher had the nucleus of a great baseball team. He had a
powerful veteran infield and a fine-looking outfield. He had everything,
Ray did, except pitchers. When Lyle Bond dropped out of school after an
emergency operation 'in January, Fisher was faced with a definite prob-
lem as far as his mound staff was concerned.
Charley Ross heard about those troubles and decided to report for prac-
tice. He started the crooked hurling arm in action again. With two hockey
games still on the Wolverine card, Ross now doubles up on the workouts.,
pitching in the afternoon and skating at night.
And with a wide and broad smile, old Ray Fisher moves about the Field
House. "Char"y's a great kid," he says. "He's got a nice fast ball and may
be a big help if we can develoo his curve. Maybe I won't have headaches
after all."
Ross has bopes too. As he points out, "Ray has been more than a
father to me al my life. I'll work my head off if I can do him some
good now."
The old buddies may be working together again yet.

balancing. He will appear twice dur-
ing the course of the evening.
Two more volleyball exhibitions,
one between the undergraduate and
professional Fraternity champions,
Zeta,. Beta Tau and Alpha Omega,
and the other between the local
YMCA and the 'Y' veterans, are part
of the Open House entertainment.
Led by Jack Cory, who holds the
Intramural Department's individual
seoring mark, Sigma Chi will at-.
tempt to wrest the Fraternit- W1

In a stiff practice session last nieitzz By WOODY BLOCK
at the Coliseum, the Wolverine hockey tPuzzled awimcrti rGinning
t d h tuel fC hto wonder about a certain Gus Share-
team, under the tutelage of Coach
Eddie Lowrey, laid its plans for the met. What's the matter with him?
ensingretrn ame wih te Il~Why isn't he swimming like he did
ensuing return games with the Illi-
nois pucksters tomorrow and Satur- last year? Isn't he working? Is he
day. nights at Champaign. in shape? Just what is the dope?
Determined to add something of There's nothing wrong with Gus
an improved finishing touch to a dis- Sharemet. He's in excellent condi-
appointing season, Lowrey put his tion-and is rapidly approaching his
top form. He has the same stroke,
charges through their paces last the same devastating power, the same
night in preparation for tomorrow's s
contest. Sparked by the vicious shoot- smooth mechanics he possessed when
ing of Paul Goldsmith and the scin- he was hailed as a "Second Weis-
tillating' defensive play of Bert Stod- muller" after pacing the Wolverines
den, the squad didn't give the ice I in the National Collegiate and AAU
nmeets last season

By HAL WILSON of its win in the Conference meet
Unsuccessful in its bid for an over Indiana's second place foursome
eighth consecutive Big Ten Indoor by less than half a second. But in
crown at Purdue last week, Michi- the other three relays, the medley,
gan's track team faces another invas- four-mile, and two-mile, Crimson dis-
ion of Hoosier territory to defend its tance brilliance is expected to prevail.
Butler Relay championship Saturday Last year's meet in which Michi-
at Indianapolis. gan edged the Hoosiers by a scant
A setup similar to that which con- three point margin, saw each squad
fronted the Wolverines last week make off with two of the featured
looms in the forthcoming cinder carn- relays, while Michigan gained added
ival, for once again Coach Ken Do- points on Capt. Don Canham's win-
herty's lads will be seeking an eighth ning 6 foot, 5 inch leap in, the high
straight crown. And once again In- 'jump. But the Wolverine leader is
diana's power-packed outfit, which expected to forgo his specialty in
dumped the Maize and Blue from the Saturday's meet because of a recur-
Conference title, 44 to 331/, has been rence of an old leg injury.
installed a heavy pre-meet favorite Other events in which Michigan
by virtue of its outstanding strength power should produce points are the
in the distance events. pole vault with. Charlie Decker, the
With four university relay races I sprint and low hurdles with Al Thom-
included on its program, the colorful as and the shot put with Bob Hook.
Butler meet is almost made to order'-
for lanky Campbell Kane, Roy Coch- BRUINS DOWN LEAFS, 3-2
ran, Fred Wilt, Wayne Tolliver and BOSTON,,March 11.-(P)-The fast
the rest of the super-charged Hoosier rolling Boston Bruins downed the
crew. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-2, before an
In the mile relay Michigan will overflow growd of 16,088 at the Bos-
rule a slight favorite on the strength ton Garden.

team basketball crown from the a chance to cool off as they' flashed ( Dropped Big Ten Crown
hands of Theta Xi, last year's de- up and down the rink. Hank Loud Still, you say, he hasn't won a race
fending champions. A little later on, too, was in rare form. Confronted by in so long you're beginning to doubt
the Wolverines will play the winner vigorous opposition in the persons of if it is the same Sharemet you once'
of the Physical Eds-Robert Owen Johnny Gillis, Max Bahrych, and Jim knew. Yes, that's true all right. Gus
game to determine the Independent Lovett, Hank made several saves of has" been taking it on the chin quite
basketball champion. the spectacular kind at his position regularly of late and it's no wonder
In the Sports Building pool, Wen- in front of the net. quizzical eyes have been leveled his
ley House will swim against Adams Lowrey Works With Fife way.
House and will attempt to retain pos- Lowrey gave much of his private He dropped his Big Ten 100 yard
sesion of the Residence Hall swim- attention last night to sophomore title to Charley Barker in the Con-
ming title. After a diving exhibition Bob Fife in an effort to round off ference meet last week-end, he lost
by the Varsity divers, the finals in the few rough edges of Fife's inexper- to Bill Prew in the Wayne meet and
the Fraternity swimming champion- ience. Bob has added much-needed to Tom McDermott of the New York
ships will be run off. Phi Delta Theta, speed to the Michigan forward line A. C., and that's taking quite a
Psi Upsilon, and Chi Phi each have and if his work against Illinois last licking for a national champ.
qualified three men for the final week was any criterion, he should do There are quite a few things, how-
events. Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma much to bolster the none-too-bright ever, that have had something or
Chi placed two men and two relay chances of the Wolverines against other to do with Sharemet's mediocre
teams in the meet. the powerful Illini. showing. First of all, he was set back
From 7 to 10, the spectators will In all probability, Lowrey will start early in the season when his tonsils
witness Residence Hall and all-cam- the same team against the soon-to- were removed and then again when
pus wrestling matches to determine be-crowned champions of Illinois he had his toe operated on.
in the various weight which saw the most action in last Lost The Old Drive
classes. For the fisticuff fans, two week's encounters. Hank Loud will Then there came a period when Gus
or three boxing bouts have beeA in- hold down his old post of goal tend- just lost the bug for swimming. He
c1uded on the evening's prog am. er, with Johnny Gillis and Bert wasn't getting the old "kick" out
Stodden on defense and Capt. Char- of it anymore. To add to his woes
Three exhibition squash matches 1 ley Ross, Paul Goldsmith, and Bob he started losing weight and strength.
will take place on the gym floor be- Fife at the offensive positions. But things have taken a rosier hue
ginning at 8 p.m. Plenty Of Action Promised lately. Gus is his old self again. He
Beside the exhibition handball con- Still smarting from the stinging feels like swimming, his stroke is back
test between Messrs. Lappin and Zer- set-backs handed them by the Illini in its old groove, his strength and
bo, National YMCA champions, and in both games last week, the Wolver- weight are back to normal and he's
Messrs. Davis and Miller of the To- ine hockey crew is expected to put become a feared swimmer once more.
ledo YMCA, Kappa Sigma will fight everything they have, even Coach What's more important, however,
it out with Phi Beta Delta for the Lowrey if need be, into tomorrow is the fact that the National Colleg-
Fraternity handball crown on the night's contest. And with the sparks iates .are approaching-the meet the
handball courts. set off by the tussle between Stodden "Great Gusto" has his eye on. He's
and Illinois' Bessone still smoulder- looking better every day, and if in-
Secondary Bilateral ing in the minds of both teams, the dications are any judge, you can bet
forthcoming tilts give promise of your last saw-buck that Gus Share-
Pes Planus Iay Not being just what the fans desire in the met will be riding the victory waves
way of action-crammed hockey. once again--and soon.
Keep hank In Mufti _-_____ _7__
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Open House Program
7:00 Basketball-Chicago house vs. Michigan House
7:00 Trenis (All-Campus Finals)-Gerry Schaflander vs. Doug
1- ilinman
7:00 Volleyball--Robert Owen (Independent Champions) vs. Winchell
House (Residence Hall Champions)
7:20 Gymnastics-Horizontal Bar Exhibition w
7:30 Table Tennis-YMCA vs. Michigan
7:30 Swimmng-Wenley House vs. Adams House
7:45 Volleyball-Zeta Beta Tau (Fraternity Champions) vs. Alpha
Omega (Professional/ Fraternity Champions)
7:45 Swimming-Fraternity Championships
7:45 Ladder Balancing-Mr. Tierra Koski
8:00 Badminton (All-Campus Finals)-Wm. MacRitchie vs. Gordon
Dunfee or John WillisA
8:00 Handball-Lappin-Zerbo (Detroit) vs. Davis-Miller (Toledo)
8:00 Squash-Reindell vs. Weir; Burton vs. Niehuss; Kellog vs. Baird
8:15 Badminton-Detroit Badminton Club Membgrg
8:15 Gymnastics-Parallel Bar Exhibition
8:30 'i-ater Polo-Pi Upsilon vs. Trigon
8:30 Volleyball-YMCA vs. Veterans
8:40 Basketball-Sigma Chi vs. Theta Xi
8:45 Diving-Varsity Divers
9:00 Punching Bag Exhibition-Bob Hough
9:00 Squash(Fraternity Finals) Phi Delta Theta vs. Chi Psi
9:00 Handball-Phi Beta Delta vs. Kappa Sigma
9:15 Swimming-Exhibition by Varsity Team
9:15 Ladder Balancing-Tierra Koski,
9:30 Basketball-Wolverines vs. winner Phys Eds-Robert Owen
0:00 Ice Hockey (Fraternity Finals)-Phi Kappa Psi vs. DKE

i ks_+' aN i lrFa., marcn 11-( )-j
A selective service physical examina-
tion revealed today that big Hank
Greenberg, the Detroit Tigers' ,slug-
ging outfielder has "flat feet."
Dr. Grover C. Freeman, a retired
navy officer who conducted the ex-
amination, said Greenberg, reported-
ly the highest paid player in organ-
ized baseball, was afflicted with "sec-
ond degree bilateral pes planus."
Whether this will mean deferment
for Greenberg who has indicated a
desire to enter the army, if called, at
the conclusion of the forthcoming
season, will be up to the Detroit draft
board. It was pointed out a third de-
gree affliction would automatically
exempt him from service.
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Campbell Kane Enters
Michigan AAU Meet
Indiana's spectacular Campbell
Dane, who won both the mile ,and
half-mile events in the Big Ten in-
door championships, yesterday ac-
cepted an invitation to ;un in a
feature mile race in the annual Michi-
gan AAU Relays to be held March 19
in Yost :Field House.
Announcement has also been made
that Notre Dame's mile relay quartet
will appear here to wage a hot duel
with Michigan's Big Ten champion
foursome.

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