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arms Meet Wednesday
Zachary Taylor Nno Scheduled
Play LouisilleSeries of
117 E. LIBERTY STREET
Louisville, Ky., March 25--A series
of nine games between the Louisville
club of the American association and
a crack team from Camp Zachary
Taylor have been arranged by the
camp athletic committee.
Dates tenatively agreed upon are
- April 6, 7, 10, 17, 20, 21, 24, 27, and 28.
-All of these games will be played at
c an odd-even bas-
re the Schoolmnast-
ck Wednesday aft.-
mp each of the class
formerly of Wabash college,
base; Sergt. Lyman Johnson,
formerly with Wheeling,
league; Lie ut. Veder Gard, thi
captain of Indiana university to
season; Lieutenant Saner, all
star at the University of Chica
base; Lieut. "Dolly" Gray, a
regiment, formerly of the Unr
of Chicago, infield; Lieutenan
sidy, Edgrin, and Sullivan, a:
Pres. 0. 1H. NWathen of the Louis-
ville club, agreed to assume all of the
expenses of the series and to give the
soldiers athletic fund 50 per cent of
the gross receipts of the games. The
Loiusville club also will furnish six-
teen uniforms to the players.
One of the men helping to organize
the team for Camp Zachary Taylor is
Lieutenant Sauer, who accompanied
the University of Chicago team, when
it made its trip to Japan. He is a
le- candidate for first base.
19, Ward Lambert, athletic
Camp Taylor, has issued
volunteers for the "'big teal