Baseball Expenses for '92-'93.

The graduate treasurer's report for '92-'93 has appeared. Below is given the report of the baseball association:

RECEIPTS.

Balance brought forward, $1,399.60

Gate receipts, 19,586.00

Season tickets, 2,337.00

Score cards, 493.15

Interest, 8.01

Total, $23,823.76

EXPENSES.

Expense of games, $10,029.06

Practice pitchers, 770.00

Travelling expenses, 436.65

Care of grounds, 2,392.66

Outfits, 1,776.88

Old debts, 463.64

Rubbing, 128.70

Medical attendance, 285.20

Prizes, 514.25

Printing, 32.00

Training table, 1,062.58

Sundries, 585.58

$18,477.20

Balance transferred to Graduate Treasurer, 5,346.56

$23,823.76

Attention is called to the fact that the expenses are nearly the same as for '91-'92, being $18,477.20 in all. In 1890 they were $7,823 and in 1891, $5,586. This enormous increase is considered unwarranted and the freasurer gives it as his opinion that under careful management the expenses should not be more than $10,000 a year at the outside.