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Gridders
* * *

Take

* * *

Fisher Holds
Outside Drill
For Fielders
Capitalizing on the weather-
man's gift of a few dry hours,
Coach Ray Fisher took some of his
baseball players outdoors for a
short, but much sought after drill
session yesterday afternoon.
Fisher who has been hoping
throughout the indoor practice
sessions that his team would have
a couple of days outdoors before
the season starts worked seven
outfielders on fly balls and had a
few of the "infielders playing a
little pepper outside.
* * *
WITH THE TEAM scheduled to
leave for its nine game-nine day
Southern swing Thursday, it now
looks as if any full scale outdoor
workout before the opener is out
of the question.
This lack of outdoor drills
may hurt the Wolverines in
their early games, as most of the
teams that the Maize and Blue
will face have already played
games, and all of them have
been engaging in outdoor work-
outs.
Four of the seven outfielders
Fisher had workng yesterday are
lettermen, one is a reserve award
winner, and the other two are
promising newcomers. Only Wil-
lard Baker, a .292 hitter in West-
ern Conference action is missing
from the regular picket line.
* * *
BACK FROM LAST year's reg-1
ular outfield are Ralph Morrison;
and Hal "Lefty" Morrill while Leo
Koceski and Vic Fryling saw a
gpod deal of action. Pat Hartz-
marck earned a reserve award
during the 1949 campaign.
Although he played most of
the season in the outfield last
year, Morrill is really a first
baseman and may occupy that
post this year now that heavy
hitting Jack McDonald has
gone.
Morrison, a lefthander all the
way, is a veteran of two years
competition while Fryling was a
starter for part of the season last
year.
* * *
THE TWO NEWCOMERS that
might break into the starting line-
up-Bob Fancett and Lincoln
Painter-are also listed for action
in other positions.
Fancett, a senior, has looked
well in practice both as a pitch-
er and a hitter. He hits a long
ball and might be placed in the
outfield against lefthanded
pitching.

1950 WOLVERINES?-Eight of the 142 candidates for the 1950 Michigan football team are pictured
above as the opening workouts of spring practice got underway beneath grey Ann Arbor skies yester-
day. Directing the blocking practices shown in the picture is assistant line coach J. T. White, former
Wolverine gridder.
MARSHALL YALE FORCES:
Eli Freshman Records Amazing Times

By GEORGE FLINT
The baby-faced kid from: Down'
Under stood at the edge of Payne
Whitney pool and shouted "Come
on, New Hiven, come on, New
Hiven!"
Swimming veterans like Bill
Heusner, Keith Carter, Matt
Mann III and Gus Stager looked
on and shook their heads.
* * * l
HE DlIDN'T EVEN look like an

servers, has something in his
muscular reflexes which makes
it almost impossible to go slow
in the water. This, coupled with
tremendous stamina built up
through weeks of thorough con-
ditioning, has made him the
hottest thing in tank circles
since Japan's Hironshin Furu-
hashi revised the record books
in California last summer.

athlete. His legs were stubby, The Aussia star hasn't really
flabby in spots. His thin arms overhauled Furuhashi yet, how-
dangled loosely from a pair of ever. In breaking the Japanese
average shoulders. ace's 400-meter record Saturday,
When he was *in the water Marshall had the advantage of a:
he seemed to violate all the ten- 25-yard pool, which lowers times
ets of. good free-style form that considerably through an increased
American coaches had been number of turns. Furuhashi set his
building up for years. 400, 800 and 1500-meter marks
And he'd just finished breaking over the long course, 50-meter
his fourth world record in two Pool.
days. * * *
* BUT MARSHALL is only 19
THE KID WAS John Marshall, seconds away from the Japanese
20-year old Yale freshman, who paddler in the 1500-meters, since
last week made the swimming he set his American record of
world look cockeyed by setting 18:37 over the 50-meter distance.
five meet and American records The two may meet this sum-
and four world standards during mer when Yale coach Bob Kip-
the National AAU championships huth takes an American tank
at New Haven, Connecticut. team over to Japan to meet the
Marshall, according to ob- strong Tokyo University team.

DAILYt
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 128
Notices
May Festival Brochures. Stu-
dents desiring May Festival pam-
phlets may pick them up at the
offices of the University Musical
Society in Burton Memorial Tow-
er.
Armed Forces Communications
members contact Major Shivers,
Signal Corps ROTC, North Hall,
phone extension 2231.
Blue Cross Hospitalization and
Surgical Service:

New applications and changes Enrollment cards are available
in coverage for Michigan Hospi- from your supervisor or at the
tal, Surgical and Medical Plans Personnel Office, 3012 Administra-
will be accepted by the Personnel nB
Office, Rm. 3012 Administration tion Bldg.
Building, during the period Apr. 3
through Apr. 14. New applications Students planning to attend the
and changes will become effective Michigan Student Christian Con-
June 5, with the first payroll de- vocation April 22 at Kalamazoo
duction on May 31. College are urged to return regis-
Medical Service is being offered tration forms to their church
for the first time and may be add- guilds before spring vacation.
ed to hospitalization and surgical Guild presidents are asked to re-
service policies. This service pays turn these forms to Inter-Guild of-
the doctor in charge for his visits fice, Lane Hall, also, before spring
at the rate of $10.00 for the first vacation. University buses have
day of each h6spital admission, been reserved to take students to
$4.00 a day for the next three Kalamazoo for a small cost. Fur-
days, and $3.00 a day for the next ther information on the Convoca-
116 days in non-surgical cases tion can be obtained by calling
such as pneumonia, heart condi- Joanne Smith, Lane Hall.
tion, rheumatic fever, contagious
diseases, etc. Camp Positions: Representative
Surgical Service rates are being of Detroit Y.M.C.A. Camps, Osco-
increased by $.10 for a single per- da, Mich., will be at the Bureau of
son, $.20 for two persons, or $.35 Appointments on Tues., Apr. 4, to
per family. Continued on Page 4)
J. Paul Sheedy* Switched to Wildroot Cream-Oil
Because He Flunked The Finger Nail Test

ALL panda-monium just broke loose for this little guy with
the hairy ears and two black eyes. Somebody snitched his
Wildroot Cream-Oil! You may not be a panda - but why

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