Sport: College Baseball

College baseball is 80 years old and so feeble that it has to be supported by colege football, ten years its junior. Once considered attractive enough to lure crowds of 15,000 to 20,000, college base-)all now attracts only 3,000 or 4,000 specators to its big games. Why this hoary U. S. sport has been snubbed by undergraduates and alumni, no two college men gree. But baseball experts have not ignored college baseball. In its rosters major-league scouts have found many a man for their clubs' lineups.

Scouts for the scouts are college baseball coaches....

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