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It is to be hoped that the class baseball managements will arrange the schedule for the class series as soon as possible. The dates of the games were to be made out last term, but owing to the non-appearance of a representative from the sophomore class, the meeting was postponed.

It seems that at present ninety-one is without a baseball captain. This is a state of affairs which it is for the interest of that class to remedy as soon as practicable. It is not reasonable to suppose that the captains of the other class teams will allow of any considerable delay simply for the conven ience of the sophomores.

The series of class games played throughout the spring have always proved of great benefit to the college baseball interests, and if the schedule is carefully carried out this season, the same beneficial result will be felt.