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Georgia Baseball Team to Open Season ^ aved ^ nter '^ rat ^ >a * r i n g s
With Clemson Nine in Two Game Series ^ ' J^or Court Iourn€
Coach Hill While to Pick Basketball Letters Given
Starting Line-up From
The University of Georgia baseball
nine will officially open the 1033
baseball season for Georgia tbia af
ternoon when they play Clemaon col
lege in CleinHon in the first of a two
Coach Dill White, who 1h starting
Ilia thirteenth hcuhou na the Bull
dogs coach, haa a wealth of material
from which to pick the nine men
that will alart ugaiuat Clemaon tlila
afternoon. There are thirty men out
for the team with at leaHt two men
out for each position.
The replacing of Spurgeon Chand
ler, atur pitcher who la now with
Newark of the International league,
will be one of Couch Whlte'a main
problema tliia hcuhou. Jimmy Nich-
olaon, Kenneth Hamilton, und Hick
ey Anduraon, the threo returning
veteran pltchera, will probably be
thu muinatay for tbo pitching ataff.
Coach White will probably atart
one of the three veterun pltchera in
the CleniHon game this afternoon.
Other pitching ruudidulea Unit may
gel the call for mound work tlila
hcuhou ure: Lloyd tlilmore, Rullior-
ford O'Kelley, Sully Sullivan, Joe
Kino, Johnny Slylea, Jordan Eunls,
und John Martin.
Virlyn Moore, atur buaketball
player, will more than likely be on
thu ilrat buHu ugaiuat CleniHon.
Moore, who wua out for u catcher'a
bertii, wuh chunged to Ilrat bUHo ut
the luat moment by Coach While due
to tile Ineligibility of ltuy Fleming,
veterun Ilrat auckor. Fleming la now
trying out with Toronto of the lu-
teuullonul leugue ut their aprlng
lruining quarters in Auguata.
Leroy Young, uIho u veterun catch
er from luat year, him been ahlfted
to aucoml baau. Leroy Moruheud,
promialng aopliomore catcher, and
Hull Cooper, ure left for thu catch-
lug Job. Morehuud'a hard hitting
>iuulitiua in addition to Ilia catching
ubilllioH will probably muke him tho
regular catcher, und ho will probubly
get thu Hturtlug cull tlila uftornoon.
Addlaou Anderson and Virlyn
Moore lire thu Ilrat Iiuhoiiiuu out for
thu toum und Flip CohIu ia contend
ing with Leroy Young for second
On third, Tony Fruzzittu, Humid
Kendrick, und Cy Urunt ure aluging
a three way tight for tho starting
lineup. Frazziltu pluyud regulurly
at Hie hot corner luat hcuhou and
will probubly aturt in the Clemaon
Homer Key, shifty football half
back. and Lee Webb ure lighting for
tho uhortHtop position. Webb played
shortstop lust hcuhou but Key, who
was ineligible luat year, la putting,
up u strong light.
The three outtleld positions are
being fought for by seven promising
players. The two Carter brothers,
tleorge and Morris, are lighting each
other for the right Held und tho one
on the top will aturt. Huater Mott,
veteran center fielder, will aturt at
bis regular position. Mott's hitting
ability makes him u vuluublo man
for any team. Jimmy Fleming, Jigga
McClure, and Haaael l’orter ure the
left Held contenders.
Marlon Canton, regular right Hold
er, will be out for the Henson due
to u broken ankle. Hums will be
utiity Holder with his versatility in
either the infield or outHeld and his
hitting powers tuuklng him a val
25 Men Answer (lull
For Freshman Baseball
To Members, Manager
SI* members of the 19.12-33 Geor
gia basketball team and Hamilton
McWhorter, student manager, have
been awarded major letters, accord
ing to Coach Rex Enright.
Georgia closed the basketball sea
son with six losses and five wlna and
wus eliminated In the first game In
'he .Southeastern tournament.
Letters were awarded to:
Captain Leroy Young, Joe Chand
ler, Brown Wilder, Rutherford O’Kel
ley, Stokely Pound, and Virlyn
TO Players Report
For Initial Session
Of Spring Lacrosse
Nearly 40 candidates reported to
Sanford stadium Wednesday after
noon for the initial spring lacrosse
practice. Both varsity and freshmen
were called out for the first practice
by Capt. E. W. Godbold, coach of
Stick and Held work are the two
major points of the game will be
stressed during the spring practice.
Fall practice consisted of training in
the fundamentals, but the spring
practice will be more of a technical
Several exhibition games between
picked teams from both the varsity
and freshmen squads are scheduled
for the year. Intercolleglato compe
titions will not be possible this year
due to the withdrawal of financial as
sistance by tbo University athletic
Rill Strickland, who was captain
or the sqund last year, will be the
hardest man for Coach Godbold to
replace. Strickland was the high
scorer of the conference last year
and was generally conceded as the
best man on the team.
Co-captalns of the team are Jim
my Moncrlef and Richard Calloway,
other lettermen returning from last
year are: Hendrick, Whelchel, Walk
er, Reeder, Morris, Moncrlef, Coop
er, netrano, and Green.
Seniors will be awarded major let
ter at tho conclusion of tho aenson.
Freshmen will receive numerals and
Juniors and sophomores will bo
awarded a minor letter.
By Bill Ray
The University went elite during
Contain 16 Teams
^:h W ;oMety n fa:hrn rt wUh two'polo Basketball Games to Be Play-
ed Between March 27 and
high society . .
Riding habits were in the vogue,
but from the looks of the ladies
present, they must have been left
in the cedar chest at home. The
gentlemen were also behind the time
for few shining boots reflected the
afternoon sunshine although some of
the military militants had the fash
ionable and approved dress in evi
Dashing young cavaliers in red
and black, and orange and blue col
ors galloped madly over the field in
pursuit of an elusive white ball.
Mallets were swung continually in
an effort to propel the ball between
the goal posts.
Captain Holt’s cavalrymen were
superior to the Florida four and
gathered both of the games, riding
to victory 10 to 1 in the first game
and gathering strength to win the
second 18 to 2.
Both games were thrilling to the
last moment. Most of the specta
tors, Including myself, missed the
finer points of the game yet the
charging and prancing of the horses,
tho quick turns, reversals, and stops,
the swinging mallets, and the sharp
plop as the ball was hit comprised
a scene that will be hard to forget.
And someone dubbed polo, "cow
Georgia Polo Team
Wins Two Matches
I' rom ’Gator Squad
The University of Georgia polo
team opened their season Tuesday
afternoon by defeating the Unlver-
dty of Florida 10 to 1 In the first
gnnie of a two game series. The
Georgia polo players again over
whelmed the Florida four in the sec
ond game Wednesday afternoon 18
Ed Downs and Bill Wooten starred
for the Bulldogs in both of the
games. Wooten playing No. 3 posi
tion got three points the first game
and seven the second. Downs at No
2 gathered three In each game.
t uptuin Crosier Wood, veteran of
the Bulldog four, played splendidly
in both gurnet*. Lazonby was best
for the ’Gators.
In the second game Georgia took
the lend In the first chukker and
did not ullow Florida to score until
the fourth chukker.
Blue Key Releases
Frat League Rules
The Blue Key council has announc
ed plans for an indoor baseball
league which is to be composed of
teams from any organization, fra
ternity or dormitory. Rules and
regulations have been drawn up and
entering teams must comply with ths
same before they will be re^ognizid.
The rules and regulations are:
Any organization, fraternity, or
dormitory may enter a team upon
complying with the folowing condi
tions: Each team will furnish Itself
witli a ball (type to be determined)
and a bat.
Appointment of one representa
tive to be present at any meetings
called by governing committee.
Eligibility—all members of said
organizations with the exception of
men out for baseball.
There will be two games each
week for each team, until every
team has played every other team.
The team In the league having the
highest percentage, computed on
basis of games won and lost, shall
be declared the winner.
The schedule will be submitted for
approval at the first meeting of the
The committee of Blue Key will
attend to all other details of arrange
ments Including appointment of um
pires, etc. The said committee will
also have power to make adjust-
Pairings for the annual Inter-fra
ternity basketball tournament were
announced Wednesday by Billy Haz-
elburst, president of the Pan-Hellen
ic council. Sixteen teams are to be
entered, eight in the upper bracket
and the same number in the lower
Exact dates and the time for the
games has not been settled, but the
tournament is to be run off during
the week of March 27 to April 1,
according to Hazelhurst’s announce
The tournament is to be conduct
ed in "big time” fashion and the
winner will be presented with an
elaborate loving cup.
Harry Stein has been selected by
the council to rule on all eligibility
questions. Rules on eligibility and
other regulations will be drawn up
by the council before the tourna
Lambda Chi Alpha, winner ot the
championship last year, is expected
to put another strong team on the
floor at Woodruff hall and may re
peat last year’s feat.
Four fraternities, Kappa Alpha,
Sigma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and Pi
Kappa Phi, will have to play elimin
ation games before entering the
tournament to make an even number
of teams in both brackets. The two
winners of these games will enter
as the seventh and eighth teams in
the lower bracket.
Alpha Gamma Rho vs. Delta Tau
Phi Delta Theta vs. Sigma Chi.
Kappa Alpha vs. Pi Epsilon Phi.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Alpha
Lambda Chi vs. Chi Phi.
Tau Epsilon Phi vs. Kappa Sigma.
Chi Psi vs. Alpha Lambda Tau.
Winners of Pi Kappa Alpha, Sig
ma Nu, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and Pi
Kappa Phi games will take seventh
and eighth places.
Swimmers to Meet
Jackets Tank Team
The Georgia tankmen will swim
against Georgia Tech in Athens at
the city Y. M. C. A. Saturday after
noon at four o’clock. At the same
time the Georgia freshmen will com
pete with the Savannah High school
The meet, which is the fourth for
the Bulldogs, may prove to be their
Waterloo, as the Tech team is re
puted to be the strongest in the
Captain Morton Hodgson will be
one of the chief hopes of the Bull
dogs in the sprints. Hodgson has
been the high scorer of the team in
the previous meets with from two
to three first places to his credit.
Georgia has won their first three
starts, defeating Emory university
once and Furman college twice.
There will be no admission charge
for University students and only a
small fee for outsiders.
The freshman meet will be the
first for the season. The freshmen
have a strong team and are expected
to take the Savannah High swim
mers into hand for a defeat.
Georgia swimmers who will prob
ably be in the events are: Captain
Morton Hodgson, Franklin Jeffer
son, Eugene Hoppenstein, student
manager, Ned Hodgson, Wilbur
Blackburn, Hutch Hodgson, Leon
Kahn, Sam Atki-'^on, Stokely Pound,
Bob Jones, Roland Murray, Maurice
Steinberg, and Dick Maxwell.
Star First Baseman Lost
To University Ball Team
Ray Fleming, star first baseman
on Coach Bill White’s Georgia Bull
dogs baseball nine, has left the Uni
versity to try out with the Toronto
Leafs of the International league,
according to authoratative reports.
Fleming is now in Augusta where
the Toronto team has their spring
H. J. Stegeman, athletic director,
explained that Fleming was ineligi
ble to play baseball this year before
he was approached by Manager Dan
Howley of the Toronto club.
ments in schedule and settle disputes
that may arise.
The first teams that enter their
names will be put into the first league
and as soon as eight teams are en
tered play will begin. After the
first eight teams are entered a new
league will be formed and completed
as soon as eight teams have applied.
If theie is more than one league
the winners will play a little world
series to determine the school cham
The committee must be notified
on or before Tuesday, March 28.
* JOE SCHREIBER.
Twenty-five freshmen reported to
Coach Johnny Broadnax Wednesday
afternoon for the first freshman base
The first day was spent in tossing |
balls and limbering up exercises.
Practice will get into full swing t
about the first of the week.
The freshman schedule has not j
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