It is questionable if the nine gets benefit enough from practice games with weak nines, like the team against which it played last Saturday, to repay the trouble incurred by the management in arranging the matches. It seems as if a sharp game played against either the second nine, or the freshmen would be much more to the purpose, while by playing against the freshmen, the base-ball interest of the college would be doubly benefited. If the announcement should be made that the freshman and 'Varsity nines were to play a regular game, the attendance of students at the match would, we think, be gratifying large.
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