Baseball at Princeton.

The first reduction in the Princeton baseball squad was made Friday when about eighty players were dropped. This leaves twenty-one candidates, who will probably constitute the squad until the trip south is taken about the middle of April. This move has been made with the idea of devoting time and coaching to only the most promising material. The following men were retained: Kafer, Person, McClave, catchers; Hillebrand, Mier, Scott, pitchers; Burke, Hutchinsons, Chapman, Steinwender, Hutchinson, Langdon, Parsons, Green, Bush, infielders; Watkins, Robinson, Roper, Paul, Mier, Brown, Brokaw, outfielders.