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SUND)AY, MARCH I111

THEl MICHIGAN DAILY

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iNTHUSIASM COUNTS TO HIGH TIDE
N MAJOR LEAGUE TRAINING LAMPS
Enthusiasm in the major league ,have been holding short tilts be- j

training camps in 'the ' outh andt
West has mounted to a higher tide
ist the last Ic1 ,(IYs than a any
tin a daring the pent raining per-
loci. Participtation in aLbiirevia toldprac-
tice games hai given occasion tol
muc'h ot the spirit maiise~ y the
players in the various camps.
Gcnerally warm, dlry wear,.l her inl
the training a-c'c o ,,s lper:flfit~el t
,quads to accor,,l ;;. a lot, of work,t
thereby putting th:, players of tlile
yr -ious contingents farV inl adivance
of their training s(iicdnile.
Peculiarly enough, thase o ?aol og i
has been occupi'lig theis tl'~~~ n
imne (of layers inll c11tli
year. It iAapparent tha~t alltmaia -1
; .rs are i utecut Ito haveItheir lmeil
well (1rilc(I inis 115depart lit0,1,\he 'li
the season gets1.111(el, start.
Ill ad dit ion to t he stress placed oni:
baise running. there have }>een the'
customary fielding and1 hitting dills.
withi the clubberss having a greM.I de,,l
W~ joyous feeling in dIrivi ug Ilie pol -f
let to iremlote arts otfHile parY; a<1
watching tIelleI lcll>s' i iler 'spcr-
:spire while letirievig ii
Pit cher s, too, I1;ave, 1101 been Sh.all
,in the earlier worol: , t >. 1woil vlje;'
find the going lnilll cHaIirder I 1 lW
when the intra and inter-camfp con-
te(st s are staged1. ost of the a lit 1145:

tween first and
and1( the games
gn>U clubs are

second teams alreadyI
with rival major lea-
slated to tart this

week.C,
Onlly a few of the large number of
holdouts reported last week have not
corme to terms at this writing. As
Cby a gesture of irony, the majority
Iao present unsigned players are
zn:inhers of the Chicago White Six l
-('o~ players, four of them vet-
anhave r'efused tto report to
~i'aa~R [ay Schalk at. tile Sox camp
;e ~ ~ ~ L. nhie o' [lr1lCplayers are
:Nhn iii losti 1, ottfielder, Bill Bar-
i.f, allot her outfielder, and Charles
f ;tarm li! e, left" handed pitcher who
r ehloild to Sox at the end of last
tlevcial1 casualties have occuredl in
tile tr ainig camps. Walter Gerber,
a hor t top (of the St. Lours Browns
for~ eleve., oonsecutive years, was
plailnfully injutred Thursday when lie
fwas hit; under the right eye by a
b~attledball.f
Injury or illness has incapacitatedj
several Pitt sburghl Pirates. Ray Kre-!
nicr, l: ,tr in g pit cher of tile National
it u<li.,t yeasi, is confiniled to bed
vii Ii grip at Paso51 1Robles, anld is ex-
peetec to be olito= the gamelt for a
week or' more.

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individual radio pusgactboa:-
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included. Edna (G. eeaonr
NOTICE-Good food andl good servXice,
Ones block fromh('hiilll)ts---tbhat 's why
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FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, DAD, Minister
Parley C. Binghiam, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10: 30-Lent's Creed: "I Belieye ini
'200-Discussion Class: T>
Bible Study (lass: Mr. Carl
Scott, "Lead(er.
6: 00-lDon il11will sp~ea k on
7 :3:0-Charles C. Morrisonl, editor
of thle Christian Century, xviii
giv;2 the \Vesleyan C'uild Lee-
tarne Gi1 "Amrnei(-a's ea '~
Policy."
rI1lE UNITARIAN CHURCH
Stale anldIturon Streets
Sitjn4 y S. I'tobis, Minister
March 11, 19328
It):45-4f)iir Rlhtloit PtoNion.(C Iri'-
5: 45-Candlelight Supper.
6 : }5-Discitus'sion of mlorning topic
by a Mohlammedan and a
Hndoo: MVr. Hussain, Mr. Kul-;
karni.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Itev. 1t, Edwmardl Sayles. Miilster.
Minister of Students.
10: 45-Worship. Sermon by M~r.
Sayles. "A Hypocrite's Talk
With Jesus:' (3rd in series on
Intelrviews with Jesus.)
12:00-Church Bible School. Dr.
Bunting, Superintendent.
The student class meets in the
Guild I-ouse. Mr, Chapman is
leader. Subject, "An ancient
citic1 oft'nationlal lie.
:U----Fl endslip Hour.1
6: 0-I.M. il XX 111 n AveryBarras,
E'lld(ational D)irector of Read-
L-ibiary, XN ill spear onillnth
topic, "FrIom 1Christiai 1it0t
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTISTr
49)Sioth JDii-sioiStreet
1 t) :;~0 a. nz.- -Reg :ula u' iMorning ,cr-
vice; Stihjec i: "Su s~lte,
11:45 a. in.----Sun day School follow-
ing the mlorning service.
7:1-1) . Pm.--Wedne'sday eveninig
Aest imon al levt 'ing.
The Reading Roomz, 1.0 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
daily fromn -12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washingtoni St. and Fifth Ave.
9:00--Bible School.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner H~uronl and Division
Merle 11. A nders on, Mliniister
D)ale H. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.

9 :30--Church School. Student
Class led by Dale I. Moore.
10:4-5--M~orning Worship. Sermon
cn Tii m ir Stones of The
12:00t-Stiul nt Class led by Prof.
11: X'ard lcMClusky.
5::0)--ci-al f1lour a11(1Slipper.
;:30---Young People's Society.
BETHLEHEM
EVANGE2LICAL CHURCH
(Evaingelceml Synod of -N. A.)
]FourthIi Avi-.. betwveen Packotrd
9: o00---Sunday School.
10 :00-Regular moninig worship,
11 :00-Germani service. Rev. C. WV.
Roth, Ypsilanti. will preach at
both services.
5:30-Young People's fellowship
and discussion hour.

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CONGREGATI ONALf
CHURCHI
State St. at WilihIn ns
JDr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Serlmon
by Dr. Carl S. Patton.
5:30-Student Luncheon and Fel-
lowship Meeting. Prof. Howard
Y. McClusky will talk oan "New
Frontiers." Students andl other:
interested are invXited1.
ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets -
!Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
116,. Thi na s L. Harris, Assistant;
THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT.
8 :00-Holy Communion. I
9: 30-Holy Communion Service'
for Students in Harris Hall,
followed: by breakfast.
11:00-H1oly Communion and Ser-
mon by the Rev. Henry Lewis..
6:15-Student Supper.
7:30-Evening Servicm
ST. PAUL'S. LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Syniod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
M r,-..-. 11i-

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ILOST-In gymnasium, a gold cuff
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