THE BASEBALL TEAM.

To say that the record of the baseball team has been a disappointment is putting it mildly indeed. The University felt justified in expecting great things from a team of veterans and a successful coach of one year's experience; but seven defeats out of the last eight games played have shattered any early season ambitions. And yet those who have seen most of the games in the recent defeats have felt that the team has great latent possibilities and is far from the form of which it is capable. Princeton, with a team of experienced players, is in championship form; Yale is fast rounding into shape. We undeniably have the individual ability; why not some team-play and victories?