With high hopes of gatting over the 500 mark for the summer season, the Crimson nine will meet the Bowdoin College Club at 3 o'clock tomorrow on Soldiers Field.
Although Coach Adolph Samborski's squad has only won and lost one game during the summer competition, he said that he was pleased with the latest contest against Squantum which showed a great improvement over the play against Boston University.
Vince Moravec will got the nod from Samborski tomorrow if his arm is in shape. Moravec pitched against Squantum last Monday and had to be pulled at the end of the fifth inning when he developed a sore arm. If Vince's whip is not in shape, Samborski's alternate choice will be either Seymour Croft or Crawford Hubbell. Croft pitched the last two innings of Monday's game and turned in a very workmanlike performance allowing only one run and two hits.
Another member of the hurling staff who may see action tomorrow is Landon Clay. Clay has not been in any contests yet this year, but he has shown a marked improvement in practice. "He has a great curve and is fast, and he should develop into a sweet pitcher if he learns to control his deliveries," said Bob Regan '41 who caught him in practice Thursday. Regan was the varsity catcher on the 1941 squad.