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May 23, 1894 - Image 2

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'Ui. of In1?. T t.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dring
n Col-re.,ar, oy
THE, accient to Smelter could
not have occurred at a more inop-
portune time. He is really the
only catcher we have and his injury
leaves the teanm in an almost help-
less condition. The only hope is
that, as he did in yesterday's game,
hie will continue to catch in spite of
his injury.
A CURtOUS phenomena has been
noticed in connection with the ast-
ern trip. When the team left,
every one seemed confident that we
would hold our own. Since our
leanm has been defeated, the croak-
ers have been out in force and the
"'I told yost sos' have sprung up
like mushrooms. Some of the st-
dents have suddenly discovered that
the team hould not have gone E st
at al, and since our very first defeat
nothing but disparagenment has been
heard. Such actions and such con-
duct cannot be too severely cen-
sured. A man who sill run dlown
his college teanm simply becasse it
is not as strong as it sas once be-
fore and because it has not been as
successful in the East as previots
teams, should not be tolerated.
Supposs te teams has lost every
game so far, suppose it loses every
game on the trip, croaking and
sneering and shaking of heads swill
not make matters better. No one
can possibly feel its defeat as badly
as the earn itself; the boys are pla-
lug their very best and it sows l
ot real college spirit to turn line a
weather vane at every change: of the
sind. 'rhe West has always tried
to ape the ast. Let them ape
them in the support which the east-
ern college man gives to his team,
be it in victory or defeat, and it is
for this reason that the Harvard
lean, hich starter) out sitout half
the prospects of our's, has been
playing better ball every day.
Purdue tbeat Notre Dance 3-2,
H. Mi. Porter, '94 law, swon third
third place at the Prohibition ora-
torical contet at Kalamazoo, Sat-
An error was made in giving tie
officers of the mechanical engineers'
baeball team. J. C. Hammond is
manager, and H. D. Hamper, cap-

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