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BALL SOUAD INDOORS
Quow Confine" IDrill To 1Field Home;
Hiold Ratting, Practice And
Infield lWorhout
MEN SHOWHITTING FORM!
Continued cold weather azrid more
snow limited the activities ,of CGoachz
Pay Fisher's ball squad to the re-

Alt AUK vP w tu' R vui Huri t
OUTDOOR PRCIEBFfORE OPENING CAME

All Expenses Including round
trip steamship fare for Twvo
Months
$754)
Ofirected by llamer A. Desllarais
Arranged by IM-Travel Club,-
C~ranid Rapids, -.1ichigan.

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twenty year s.
Prompt Service, Experienced Oper-
atorm, ilodralee atec
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stricted .onifine-s of the field house
again y esterday, and the Wolverines
head to content themselves with the
usual routine of batting practice,
"pepper" games and a short infield
drill.
Coach Fisher expressed' his, anxiety
to continue the outdoor drill begun a
week: ago in order that the players,
especially thbe pitchers and catchers
can become' used to working outdoors
before the spring trip begins. Friday.
As far as the infielders* and out-:
fielders are concerned, the Michigan
coach feels thiat they are inl fairlyl
good shape even though the outdoor
work has been of only two 'day's dur-
ation. In the practice games the
regulars form last year's team~
showed fair hitting :ability against
see f the best pitching that the
mound 'corps .could offer.
In view of the fact that practically
every one of the Big Ten teams which
Michigan will encounter this season
boasts one or more veteran hurlers
of real ability, the task of the Maize
anid Blue motundsmeon will be made
dlcubly (difficult a" good opposing
pitchiers pitching means fewer runs.
Iowa boasts a pair of seasoned ;per-
formers in 'Fwogood andl Mulroney.
Illinois has heer last year's-ace, Baud
-Stewart, back in th~e harness again;
Cla.wson, Bladger veteran, is showing
uip well in early practices; ')Purdue's
moundr corps will be moulded around
Mlaxtcn; while Ohio reports a find in
Hinchmnan, who starred on the basket-
hall team.
Practices held thus far :seem to sub-
stantiate the eajrly pi ofiction that they
WL'olverine hurling staff will be con-
structedl around hFred Asheet, sopho-
more find of 1'.27, and Bill 'McAfee.
Both of these men have been showing
plenty of "stuff' and will, in all prob-
'ability, bear the brnt o,"cf the duies
mitailed b y t hx e strenuous 1=9 2 8j
5ChClle.'
Tro( 11-es.,.~o In addition to this promising pair, t
Coach FL.,her, has Dick Gawne, an-
other veteran who is handicapped at
present due 'to hi'srecent illness,
Martin and Moffet. The latter two =are
left handers and have shown promise
of dleveloping into capable,,performers.
NE .W YORK-Devereux Milburn,
injured polo star, has been trans-
4erred 11-0 a local sanitarium fromn
.ripen, S. C. l

WLLySIQC)L.N
Cleveland -pitching ace, on whom In-
dian fans are basing their title hopes
in the scramble for the 1928 pennant.
Kappa Nu, by virtue of its 2 to 1
victory over Phi L~amda Kappa, andf
Phi Sigma Kappa, conqueror of Tau
Epsilon Phi by a 2 to 0 'score, are the
finalists of the volley ball tourna-
ment held dluring the past week; atf
Waemn gymnasium under the
supervision of the intramural depart-
ment and will meet next Tuesday
night at 7 o'clock in 'the deciding
game for the championship.
Independent soft baseball teams
will start the regular playing season
soon ;after the close of spring 'vaca-
tion. Medals will be awarded to the
team winning the championship. En-
tries *must be in before April 6.

(Special 1t<) The Daily) h ]ot corner to replace Donegan, whio
MADISON, Wis., ?March 4.-With was lost by graduation.
Decker will be back at short this,
less than a week of practice to make seasoni, anrd is set for a banner year.
readly for their opening ball' game Decker is a classy fielder and a good
with Butler university at Indianapo- 'hitter. Coach Lowman is still un-
lis, April 4, the Wisconsin nine co- decided as to who will hold forth
times to drill in their cramped i- at second. Anderson and Beebe have
door quar ter s. Recent snows have1 outclassedl all comers during the in-
wrecked Coa,-htGuy. Lowman's hopes ;door drills. The latter will likely
or~ a substantial pteriojcl o outdoor; be in the line-up on the opening day.
practice._______________________ ____
710Pli ad~ger squad (enjoyedl1ut.
two dlays of ,actual work on the Camp
Randall diamond (luring last. week's J I L R T S
warm spell. Unless spring weather, 02S. Slate Dial 5890
sets in at once the Cardinal aggre--
gation will not have a real taste of
ball until their opening game of the S PECIALJ I
southern trip on We(Knesetay next. L
Under present conditions Lowman TI S W/EEIK
has been unable to ;judge the relative
strength of his players. As a, con-
sequence the line~-up chosen for the4 An Assortment
Butler gaine will for the most partf
(}include veterans. Murphy, who plays Peanuts
great defensive ball covering first a
base, has a cinch on the initial sack. a
Massey, a veteran infieldler, is cer- 2 e t
aitoapaattid(uigte25fspring jaunt, south. Massey played per lib.
bang-up ball at second base last.
spring, but has been shifted to the ___________________________

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NOTICE--Good food and good ,;ervic
one, block from campus-tb at's wh
you save. Barney's Restaurant, 51
E. Williams.
TWO-TONE shoes wade to you
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Typ) Iewriter Rtibbons and Carbon~s
JThe best you can buy. Always fresl
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SUNDAY

CHURCH

SERVICE

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For All Classes

VaBoeInc.
State street

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washington Sts.
Arthur IV. Stalker, ).'ID., Minister
Parley C. Bingham, Associate
Minister and Student Director
10:30 1A New Kind of King."
12: 00-"Numberless Millions" will
le Ralph Johnson's topic. Mr.1
Carl Smith will teach the Bible
Study Class.
6: 00-Annual Wesleyan Guild
Easter Supper. Dr. Stalker wiE1
speak. All Methodist students:'
are invited.
7:30-The Wesleyan Guild Oc-
tette, Orchestra, and The Wes-
ley Players will present a pro-:
gram.r

MAY FESTIVAL
Ann Arbor, May 16, 17, 18,'19

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.PIANOS
iliranclics in PrincipAl New England {pities
S'TI'I NE UT HAl, -BOSTON, MASS.

TI 1WUNITARIAN
State and Huron
SidIney S. Robins,
Snndmy, April 1,
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CHURCH
Streets
Minister
1928
Week Myth-
per.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-
Re'. IR. Edwarxl Sayles, IMinister.
hlowsard R. Clhtuits)z,
Alinister for Students.
10:45-Sermen lby Mr. Sayles,
"TeAWittous 'I nte rviewig'
Jesus."
12:00-The Church Sunday School.
Classes for all ages.
Students' Group meets at Guild
1House frcm 12:00 to 12:45. Mr.'
Chapman, leadier.
5:30-Last friendship before va-
cation.
6 :30-Devotional meeting. Miss
Kathreen Scudder will lead..
Topic, "Has Christianity Lost
Its Radiance?"
_Mr. Field and Mr. Stitt will sing
"The Crucifix," by Faure.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH:
liin andi1)Ii'isiou
Merle I. Anderson, Mi1nister
ba~le ii. Moore, Associate 3Minister
Mrs. Nellie It. ("'Ad well
Secretary for Xlomien.
9 :30-Church Sec L . St udenat
Class led by Dale TT'. Mcore.
1.0:45-Morning worsh ill, Roll
Call Day.
12:01-Student Class led by Prof.'
Howard McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Suapper.
6:50-Young People's Society.
ZION LUTHERAN CHUJRCH~
W ashington St, and Fifth Ave.
9:06-Bible School.
10 :30-"Knowing God Almighty by,
1-i's Name J;ehovsa.''
S : 80-Ferum ll ndt~Rnn

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of1V. A.)
Fourth Aw,-., joetween Packard
and Williams
G. A. Numann, Minister
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.
10:00 A. M.-Morning worship and
confirmation service. Piast6r's
.subject: "'Are. Youa a Christ i n ?"
7:30 P. M.-Special evening serv-
ice. Reunion of confirmation
classes. Everyone welcome.
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March 3, 1928.

CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH
Sltate St. at Willams
Dr. Carl S. Patton,
Acting Minister
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Sermon by Dr. Allan Ho-
hen, President ,of{ Kalanlazoo-
College.
5:3q P. M.-Student luncheon fol-
lowed by meeting.
Mr. Ray Baker, editor of the
Ann. Arbor Daily News, wlil°
speak' on "The Newspaper as a,
Public Institution.",

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FOR SALE ---Franiklin sedan
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WAINTED,
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IWANTEDL-Students to know that o
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'ATTEND
CHURCH
REGULARLY
ON

Mr. Charles A. Sink,
University School of, Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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5:4 '15-_-~Cadleight Slip

SUNDAYS

Dear Mr. ,Sink:

Youe musical society officials are to be'- con-
gratulated on arranging for such an array of
talent for your 1928 Musical Festival at Ann
Arbor. The people of M%" iiiged to
attendl the FYestival . , feel sure, be thrilled
and stimulated to a higher degree of music
appreciation by these internationally famous
anrtists.

6:41 Professor J. H. Hanford,
"Is Life at Michigan Worth I Y-
ing ?"I

STi. ANDRE W'S
'(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
]Division and Catherine Streets
'Rev. Ienry Lewis, Rector
R1ev. Thomas L. 11=1rrs, Assistant
Palm Sunday
8:00 A. M.--Holy Communion At
St. Andrew's.j
9:30 A. 'lV. Jholy} ICommunion
Service for Students in Harris
Hall (followed by breakfast).
11:00 A. M.-:Holy Communion and
sermnon by the Rev. T: L. ~arris.
4:30 P. M.--Stalner's Crucifixion
rendlered by St. Andrew's vested
choir of 36 voices. Dr. Robert<
'Dieterle, Baritone; 0. 0. Pat-
'ten, Tenor.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)'
Third and West Hluron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
1Res. 1005 WI. Washington St.
March 25th
'9:00---German Service.
1.0:00 a. m.-Bible School.
11:00l ~ a -.iTRno'1icii veA~~,n

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May you have the record-breaking at-
tendance such a musical occasion justly de-
Sincerely .yours,
(Signed) Richard Newman.
M. STEINERT & SONS.

Sunday, April 1, 1928
Services, 4 P. M., Lane Hall
Rabbi Nathan Krass of New,
York City will speak on "Psycho-
Analyzing a Psycho-Analyst." 1

FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
40.9.South IDivislont Street,
10:30 a. m.-Regu'lar 'Morning.
Service; Subject, "Unteiil it 3'"
11: 45 a. ni.- Sunday School follow-
ogthe morning service.
7:45 p. gn.---Wednesday evening
t () lal meeting.

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