Daily Trojan, Vol. 30, No. 88, March 01, 1939
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tf, MARCH UW SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAILY TROJAN PAGE THREE |rUce To Open ldseball Season Ditcher, Dr. Henry W. Bruce, will report to Coach today to be seasoned" before taking the mound lake par' ln ceremonies that will officially open ' “L^fornta Intercollegiate baseball association sched-~ Jvnian* * Vice-president nnd comptroller of the university, Dr. Bruce yesterday said that he would "warm'' up his pitching arm to participate in the events that wlll precede thr S.C.-Santa Clara game on Bovard field. An honorary catcher wlll be named later. Sponsored by Une Dally Trojan, the opening ceremonies were inaugurated by Clark Jones, former sports editor in 1937. Plans have been made for Pete Conn and the S.C. band to supply music for the occasion. Art Lilly, injured Trojan captain, will present the ball to Dr. Bruce. KOSKI SHIFTED Having ended its practice schedule against Loyola Monday, the Cardinal and Gold nine will battle the Broncos without the services of Lilly, who suffered a shoulder point last week. In his second-base berth will go Frank Kcski. outstanding sophomore, who was the leading frosh hurler last year. Coach Adams has had to bring in Roy Engle from third base to fill in for Bud Lyons at catcher who was injured in Monday's tilt. Engle took care of the home plate last year, but was moved to third two weeks ago when oKski went to second. BREWER MAY START Jack Brewer, due to experience in league competition, may get the starting call for pitcher. He is being hard-pressed by four hurlers— Jack Bomke, Bob Winslow, Chuck Conducts [7tW d«Wt r ippear* M * r”d> ** int<rcollegl«l« Baseball this vear with every ■ ^ the lWi”’ l00kmg g00d ,U season games. Qri and ralifornia appear dishllT than Sant* ind st. Marr < among the jun California tram*. Satur-Ibr Bears opened their sea-Iffth » victory over the Stanford defeated Santa lit kBruins also appear to have n JtBit this vear Yesterday Inn over Loyola 2-1. In an , pat thev defeated the I HI. , California has played J,nd cold' ball hi its pra<-L. As » whole, however. W has been a little better L *««*. bat <he fielding has I "ifrtty.' |Troians are now hard-press-r infielders with Captain Art Stanford Holds Cage Title Key Upon the shoulders of the Stanford cagers will rest the fate of the Trojan basketball team In its battle for first place In the league standings. While the locals are taking on UCLA In a couple ot contests down here, the Indians and Bears meet in a series over the weekend that will probably de- * - --- clde the division championship. An | ,jee ses,|0n against the second team Indian victory over Cal will throw | Tom McQ(lrvtn the question mark P. C. Pete" Conn, Southern California band director, will conduct the musical portion of the gigantic opening planned for the season's first baseball game this Friday. [ *eond. Ken Holly has been lg from first to third, and Roy I i forced to do all of the «r for four wefks with point and Bud Lyons on Strada, and Lou Crosby—for the lines for at lesst two weeks initial assignment. All have shown of two slight fractures of up well in practice, and can take To fill these holes Prank over at a minute's notice, his been shifted from third I Freshmen Prepare For First League Tilt Coach Joe Gonzales will send his frosh baseballers through a light workout today at 3 o'clock ln preparation for their opening game against Alhambra high, March 13. Fifteen contests have been scheduled by the Trobabes who will meet such teams as Los Angeles City college, Glendale Junior college, and several high schools. t chantes make liiexperi-| m of the chief obstacles for rtjana to overcome. The new i are itrange to Koski and Thwe are the only men i with any experience at I if there are further In-1, Coaches Hobbs Adams and 1 lam are not sure as to | their nett shift will be. are several pitchers who Itched good bal! at times, but |of them have been very con-l Jack Brewer who will prob-|ptah the opening game, has proached the form he showed He has been bothered l^nk" in his arm hut has (tltint only lightly for almost I, and he says that his arm | pod now." f Strada, nophomore star. ||nbabl; «Urt In the strand i b«t be lacks mainly In ex- |ta brighter side la the relief Bob Winslow, Lou Crosby, i Bomke who will give the _ I Californians plenty of re-(Mth, and any one of these l capable of breaking into Jif Brewer or Strada show I Of weakness, or a last-JiUit may have one of them 'I against Santa Clara 1 IfJan team probably to ' P*at as the championship «f three years ago. but it | W club and given a few •11 »ay rejain the title. Defeat J6rdine Five ' Julie Bescos* basketball ®Ped the Pepperdine col-W 35 points in an off-game In the men's gym PJ* Bob Ormsby and Un against Jim Ruble's I llro.h*! loi, *^'1 "ri team* club auditorium Friday nights Daily Trojan Plays Bruins Seeking new laurels after their many conquests on the gridiron, the Daily Trojan basketball team will meet the Daily Bruin five tomorrow at 2:45 p.m. in the Westwood gym Coach Ken Adam was in an optimistic mood yesterday as he guaranteed a victory, "or at least a moral victory.” The Trojans played only one same last- season and defeated the LACC Collegian 30-25. A practice has been scheduled by Coach Adam at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the men’s gym. Anyone connected with the Daily Trojan ls eligible for the squad. Novicki Leads Puck Scorers ■ 8coring two goals last Saturday against Loyola to give the Trojans a 2-2 tie. Forward Bennie Novicki | not only stole the show from the 1 Lions but also stole the league scoring honors from John Polich, ( Loyola's ace forward. Novicki is ln top spot now with 12 points, and I Polich is second with 11 digits. | Eric Beauchamp's two assists last week brought his total to seven points to tie for fourth position with his teammate. John Richardson. George Vivian, wingman for the Loyolans, is in third place with eight points. S.C. SCORERS RANK HIGH Other Southern California stars who are high up in the conference scoring are Herm Schaller, four: Richard Tougas, three; Stuart King, three; Arnold Prosser, three; Al Fitzgerald, two; Wilby Lenox, two, and Earl Robson, one. The locals will have a chance to fatten their batting average and Novicki will have a chance to draw out further in the scoring race this week because Troy plays two games. TROJANS DEPART Coach Arnold Eddy and his players leave tonight for Berkeley where they wlll play the California Bears tomori ow night in a league contest, and they will return to vie against the UCLA Bruins Saturday night at Westwcod. Following is a composite score of the standings; Fiajrr G. A. Pt*. VoTlFki. S.c...........S 1 It rolirh. I.ntnlft ......... S S il yirian. I.njotn ......... < 4 S Mrhanlaan. S.C........« 1 t Baaurhamp. H.C. .......a I T Knlinn. Cal..........S A S MrPhfw. I f I.A .........4 1 S Millar. I’CI.A .......... a » S Ptaalti. HAC ..........4 I S OakM. Cat.............4 A 4 Kmor, torola .........X 1 4 Srhalltr. S.C...........4 A 4 Haff*rman, Lorola ......I I S Touwai, S.C. ’...........I 1 S Marur*. UCLA ..........t I * Martin. I.ojoia t 1 S Ewanua. ITLA •••«•••. .2 t S Haro. HAC ............I 1 » hell). Korol* ............J 1 * S.C. Netmen Clash In Civil War Harold Godshall’s varsity tennis team and Bob Rawley s freshman tennis team clash in a civil war today on the university courts at 3 p.m. Ron Lubin. Lawrence Nelson, Ken Bartelt, Leon Everett, and Marvin Carlock will oppose yearlings Myron McNamara, Ted Schroeder Gordon Nelson. Frank Jorgenson, and Don 8weet, the title race into a deadlock, as SC. is but one game behind the pace-setting Bears The Bruins are given little chance to upset the Trojans, ajs they have yet to win a conference game With the return of Don Burness and Bill Rapp to the lineup. Stanford should give the Bears lots of trouble Cal holds two victories over the Indians, mainly because of its height. Yesterday the locals went through one of tiie most spirited scrimmages of the season after getting a day of rest Monday. 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|Title||Daily Trojan, Vol. 30, No. 88, March 01, 1939|
tf, MARCH UW
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAILY TROJAN
|rUce To Open ldseball Season
Ditcher, Dr. Henry W. Bruce, will report to Coach today to be seasoned" before taking the mound lake par' ln ceremonies that will officially open ' “L^fornta Intercollegiate baseball association sched-~ Jvnian* * Vice-president nnd comptroller of
the university, Dr. Bruce yesterday said that he would "warm'' up his pitching arm to participate in the events that wlll precede thr S.C.-Santa Clara game on Bovard field. An honorary catcher wlll be named later.
Sponsored by Une Dally Trojan, the opening ceremonies were inaugurated by Clark Jones, former sports editor in 1937. Plans have been made for Pete Conn and the S.C. band to supply music for the occasion. Art Lilly, injured Trojan captain, will present the ball to Dr. Bruce.
KOSKI SHIFTED Having ended its practice schedule against Loyola Monday, the Cardinal and Gold nine will battle the Broncos without the services of Lilly, who suffered a shoulder point last week. In his second-base berth will go Frank Kcski. outstanding sophomore, who was the leading frosh hurler last year.
Coach Adams has had to bring in Roy Engle from third base to fill in for Bud Lyons at catcher who was injured in Monday's tilt. Engle took care of the home plate last year, but was moved to third two weeks ago when oKski went to second.
BREWER MAY START
Jack Brewer, due to experience in league competition, may get the starting call for pitcher. He is being hard-pressed by four hurlers— Jack Bomke, Bob Winslow, Chuck
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