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i', FEBRUARY 2 ,1, 1928

THE MICIHIGAN DAT.1-Y

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LuI ~R ela Squad To FRun MICHIGAN 'B',CAGE TEAM DEFEATS ALBION 3 3-19
gairist State Team After eing held t a one porn leadvaino hefedhuebaoninteirtalheicgn"F"sed4-3on.
QflIITUAIA~fl ('Contnued fom Pag Six) Gagers broke loose in the second Per- ------
q~untiue~ frm Pge ix)~meher oftheVaritysqud tmor ~ squadl Tuesday night in Kresge !ton A.A. runner, plan1s to ref ire toa
(Coninud fom Pge ix) imemersof he Vrsiy suad omo-J farm immediatey -z" the flymphic
their wav to jin,~ the ┬░7rae at St row afternoon. A similar series of gymnasium at Albion. games this year.'r

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Petersburg. The_ St. Louis Browns
aAd the Philadelphia Phillies are
also -speeding southward to their
camps at 'est Palm beach and
Winter Haven respectively.
The -Cincinnati Reds are due at
their camp in Orlando tomorrow, prac-
tice beginning almost immediately on
arrival. Peter Jablonowskf, former
Michigan pitching star, will be among
the Red hurlers 'who will trot out on
the Orlando 'field for the first prac-
tice.
Manager Joe McCarthy's Chicago
Cubs, doped to bie 'a serious contend-,
er for the National league pennant
this season, have been drilling for a
few days on Catalina Island. The
White Sox, Chicago''s entry in the
American league, are packing baggage
today prior 'to their departure for
Shreveport, La., tomorrow morning.

triawls was held last week, and while; Fast play by the Albion quintet
the majority of the performances Ih^ Id ichigan ta a 12-11 leadl before
the rest periodl. However, the pace
were fairly goodl, one or two -proved told on the Methodists, n Coacl~
remarkably so.; Kipke's men scoredI almost at will in IR
One 1Wile Relay ' Feature the closing stages of the game. This
was Michigan's second victory of the I S one in colored
Thetralswil b fatuedby ,season over the Albion hoopsters, the 0 . D. M O
repetition of the event which proved 'D' loam having repelled Albion's in-j 17 Ni ckels Arcade.
the high light of last Saturday's pro -_________________________
gram, the one mile relay. Last week)I_____________
the winning team composed of Manur- ~11~f~IIItIIIt~III
ger, Freese, Hlarbaugh, and Dialton
Seymour covered the distance in 3:29I Shawr Grocery Co. S E
just one second slower than the field1
house record. I Staple and F ny _Io -o
Tomorrow will see the same quar- 2F ncyironixo
tet pitted against another team coin-GR C IE Lamps
posed1 of Barton, Howe, Dale Sey- Parchmen
mour, and Jones. It dloes not seen =-
at all unlikely that the existing field
house mark may be .lbettered.Qu lt M as
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