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olerines Dixie Bound

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Matt Mann .11, Gus Stager
Swim in 1500 Meter Grind
Di ving I)ynasty Makes Ohio State Favorite
Over 1Iichigan Splashers at New Haven

Basebal .* .
Tomvrrowi 1'1 Rl t 1 y 1leLr
packs up his 1948 bas( bail quad
-which looks like Str i ly a
"good hit, no pitch" proposiionn-
and embarks on his annual junket
south of the Mason-Dixon line.
Usual purlose of sid pl a -
grimage is for the dean of Wol-
verine coacIes to g't away from
the dewy climes of Ann Arbor
and get a line on what he can
expect in the coming Big Nine
campaign. Purpose f this
year's jaunt will be to nIiover
'some much neteded pitching lila-
Last, year Fisher's mound corp.;
started and ended with Cliff Wise.
With Wise gone, Ray will have to
develop two consistant winners
if he is going to dethrone Illinois
ard make a bid for the newly in-
stituted NCAA tournament.
To make sure all his hurlers
get a chance to show their
wares, seven of the 17 south-
bound players will probably be
pitchers. Bob Fancett, Art Dole,
Bud Rankin, Ed Heikkinen and
Bill Taft definitely will go, and
Pat Marrison is expected to join
One of Fisher's old pthn
proteges, Les Viegel, manages t(,:
Quantico Marine team which
opens the Wolverines' seven game
"spring training" schedule, and
Southern rumors say Les is out to
show Ray he learned his lessons
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Golfers . .
Michigan's Big Nine golf cham-
pions will run smack into the cen-
ter of collegiate competition when
they head south today to do a lit-
tle "grapefruit league-ing" of
their own.
Captain Ed Schalon, Pete El-
liott, Rog Kessler, and Tom
Messinger, all of whom are let-
termen, will give the group a
nucleus of veteran linksters
with Mort Cohn, Doug Beath,
Wes Carlson and Chuck Mc-
Callum completing the roster.
NCAA titlist Dave Barclay will
not make the trip.
The auto-traveling golfers plan
to hit Asheville, N.C. sometime
Saturday so that they can get in
some golf on the Biltmore Coun-
try Club Course over the week-
Monday the linksters will
take to the fairways against the
Wake Forest Deacons in their
first dual meet of the season.
The next two days will be de-
voted to practice and just-
plain-golf as the team enjoys
the fabulous Pinehurst layout.
Duke will offer a stiff dose of
tees and greens on Thursday af-
ternoon and on the next day it
will be another of the nation's
tough college golf teams match-
ing scores with the Wolverines
when North Carolina entertains
Michigan on the Hope Valley
The varsity golfers will not be-
gin their regular schedule until
April 24, but the Michigan J-V's
will start the ball rolling April 17
when they meet Ypsilanti at the
latter's course.

Tough Grid Trio
(P)-The first call for football
players was to be sounded at
Michigan State College today-
the first day of the six-week
Spartan Spring grid workout.
Next fall the Spartans will
undertake their toughest grid
program in modern history.
Michigan, Notre Dame and
Penn State-all unbeaten last
year-are included in their list
of opponents.

P1hillips Oilers Tim Kentucky
In Oly mpis Cpag T'oni'umn
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 31-U PW- Paced by titantic Bob Kur-
land, the Phillips Oilers edged Kentucky's Wildcats 53-49.
The victory gave the Oilers' coach, Bud Browning, the task
of guiding America's cage forces in the London Olympics in
After the half had ended with the score tiel 26-26, the Oilers
spurted to a ten-point advantage, 37-27. on the fine marksmanship of
Kurland, who tallied eight, and Jesse Renick, who scored three.
But the Wildcats from the Blue Grass Country roared back to
go ahead for the only time in the final half, 47-45. Beard was the
spearhead, making 11 points in the rally.
The rangy, seasoned Oklahomans immediately tied the score, went
ahead and stayed there.

Don't change the game when
you're raking in the chips!
Sticking to the old poker adage,
Matt Mann will present essential-
ly the same lineup in the AAU
swimming meet in New Haven'
this weekend that has already
brought home the Big Nine and
NCAA Championships this year.

Familiar Faces
The Wolverines will
proximately the same
tion that was present at
meet plus a handful of
swimmers ineligible

face ap-
competi -
the NCAA
for the

Weisenberger, hard hitting
shortstop starting his fourth
year' as a varsity baseball player,
is one of the 17 men heading for
the southern circuit during the
Spring vacation.
Pete Reiser Hurt
As Brooklyn Wins
VERO BEACH, Fla., March 31
(IP) -- Brooklyn outfielder Pete
Reiser suffered a leg injury and
was forced from the lineup as the
Dodgers trimmed Montreal, 5 to 4.1

However, the addition of the
300 yard individual medley relay
and the elimination of the 50 yard
sprint may counteract the threat
of new talent.
Captain Harry Holiday, who
set the 150 meter individual med-
ley relay record last summer, will
be co-favored with LaSalle's Joe
Verdeur to battle it out for the
new crown.
OSU Faxvred
Omnipresent Ohio State will
enter the meet a slight favorite
over Michigan, and the New Hav-
en Swimming Club, which in-
cludes Yale's varsity plus Allan
Ford, world champion at 100
yards, will get the nod for third
The distance events again offer
the Wolverines a chance to get
off to a head start.
Gus Stager and Matt Mann III,
who together captured a 13 point
slice of the Michigan total in the
NCAA affair through their efforts
in the three distance events, will

attempt to shove the Wolverines
out in front tonight when the
1500 meter race is run off.
McCarthy Entered
Johnny McCarthy, who picked
up a sixth last weekend in the
event, and Jay Sanford will round
out the Michigan contingent in
the distance grind.
Dick Weinberg will be another
busy swimmer in the race for AAU
titles. He'lltacklethe 100 yard
free style, anchor both team re-
lays, and probably try to aid the
Wolverine scoring punch with a
220 yard stint.
In the breast stroke, Bob Sohl
will be the lone Michigan entry.
He will also swim the middle lap
for the undefeated 300 yard med-
ley relay team.
Evans Dives
Gil Evans and Ralph Trimborn
will run into OSU's flock of div-
ers that grows more numerous
with every meet (six Buckeyes
have entered the AAU diving
BillKogan and Dave Tittle will
form half of the 400 yard relay
team that has determined the
team championship in both the
Big Nine and NCAA meets.
Kogan in 100
Kogan will also compete in the
100 yard free style and Tittle is
slated for duty in the 220.
Charlie Moss, Michigan-unat-
tached, is entered in the breast
stroke, 100 and 220 free style
events, and the individual med-
ley relay.

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members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the Presidefit, Room
1021 Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11:00
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VOL. LVIII, No. 129
Spring Recess: In accordance
with recent action of the Univer-
sity Senate the Spring recess will
begin Friday evening, April 2 ( not

Saturday noon, April 3). Classes
resume Monday morning, April 12.
Frank E. Robbins
Assistant to the President
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science and the Arts:
Midsemester reports are due
not later than Friday, April 2.
Report cards are being distrib-
uted to all departmental offices.
Green cards are being provided
for freshmen and sophomores and
white cards for reporting juniors
and seniors. Reports of freshmen
and sophomores should be sent to
108 Mason Hall; those of juniors
and seniors to 1220 Angell Hall.
Midsemester reports should
name those students, freshmen
and upperclassmen, whose stand-
ing at midsemester is "D" or "E,"
not merely those who receive "D"
or "E" in so-called midsemester
Students electing our courses,
but registered in other schools or

colleges of the University should
be reported to the school or col-
lege in which they are registered.
Additional cards may be had at
108 Mason Hall or at 1220 Angell
Library Hours During Spring
From Friday, April 2, through
Saturday, April 10, the General
Library will be open week-days
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Study Halls
within the building and Angell
Hall Study Hall will be open from
10 a.m. to 12 noon, and from 2 to
4 p.m. Graduate Reading Rooms
will be open from 9 a.m. to 12
noon and from 1 to 5 p.m., except
on Saturdays when they close at
noon. There will be no Sunday
service on April 4 and 11.
In general, Divisional Libraries
will be open on short schedules,
i.e. 10-12 and 2-4 daily.
Exceptions are: the East and
West Engineering Libraries which
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