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Facing five games in five days, the Varsity baseball team will have one of the most strenuous spring trips it has ever undertaken. Starting on April 6 and continuing through the 10th, the nine plays George Washington University at Washington, Navy at Annapolis, Virginia at Charlottesville, Georgetown at Georgetown, and Columbia at Bakers Field, New York.
With the squad now numbering 19 men, Coach Mitchell will trim it down to about 16 for the trip. The starting lineup which with probably take the field at Washington next Tuesday will have, in correct batting order, Art Johns, 2b, Lupe Lupien, 1b, Capt. Tom Bilodeau, ss, Frankie Owens, 3b, A1 Colwell, c, Dick Grondahl, lf, Jim Sullivan, rf, Mal McTernau, cf, and Ed Ingalls, p.
Although the major portion of hitting power lies in the infield, and the outfield is a real question mark, hopes are high that the Mitchellmen will better there last year's trip record, when they lost only two games played, the others being rained out.
Only surprise man in the lineup is Groudahl in left field. Last year as a Freshman he was regular shortstop but his hitting in the cage has impressed Mitchell so that he has been shifted to bolster the weak-sticking outer garden squad.
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