BACK IN TIME
APRIL 1, 1923
Augusta fans will have the opportunity to see some sure enough big-time baseball at Warren Park on Saturday when Ty Cobb's Tigers meet the St. Louis Cardinals.
This will be the first occasion upon which the two big league clubs have played in this city in years and years, and the game is therefore an event in local baseball history.
The game will mark the climax of the Tigers' training season, and will be the last chance that Augusta will have to see the Detroit entry for 1923.
ARCHIGLAS: Archiglas, a six-person a cappella group from St. Petersburg, Russia, will perform at 7 p.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 825 Greene St. The concert will include sacred anthems and folk music in Russian. The concert is free. For more information, call 724-8792.
RECEPTION AND LECTURE AT THE MORRIS: The Morris Museum of Art will present a lecture, Terra Cognita: Contemporary Artists Lecture Series, featuring Janos Enyedi at 7 p.m. at the museum, 1 10th St. A meet and greet reception will follow the program. Admission costs $3 for adults and $2 for seniors, students and military personnel. Museum members and college and university students with ID get in free. For more information, call 724-7501.
NAMI MEETING: The Augusta Chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill will meet at 7 p.m. at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, 2261 Walton Way. For more information, call 432-0021.
PORTRAIT DEDICATION: A portrait of Bobby Jones will be dedicated at 11 a.m. at Forest Hills Golf Club, 1500 Comfort Road. The painting, by Augusta artist William Rossignol, was dedicated to Augusta State University by Foundation trustees and alumni John Bell and Dick Daniel.
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