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Basketball Carnp Planned At ECJC East Central Junior Col· lege's annual Central Mts· sisslppl Basketball Camp for boys ages 10-18 will be held on the East Central Campus June 7-12. This camp Is sanctioned by the Mississippi High School Activities Association. He rma n Robinson, men's basketball coach at East Central and Malcolm Robinson, basketball coach at Edinburg High School will serve as directors for the camp. They will be assis ted by high school coaches from the area . Tuition for the camp is $75.00. This Includes board, room, instruction and insu· ranee. If one would like to commute, the tuition will be $45.00 , which wtll Include the noon meal each day. A non-refundable dep· osit of $20.00 Is to be sent with application forms to Coach Robinson at East Ce n tr al. High school coaches wlll have appli– cations. The deadline for regis– tration is June 1.

East Central Sets Baseball Schedztlt~

March 31, Pearl Rivet , Here; April 1, Clarke, Here; April 3, Gulf Coast, There; April 4, J ones, Here; Aprtr 6, Holmes, Here; April 7, P ea r l River, There; April 9, Scooba, Here; April 11, Gulf Coast, Here. SUBCRIBE TO THE TIMES

Freeman Horton, base– ball coach at East Central Jr. College, has released the baseball schedule for the r emainder of the season. All games are double headers a nd begin at 1: 00. The schedule is as follows: March 26, Jones, There;

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