Seventeen members of the Freshman baseball team who made the trip to New Haven and all of whom played in the Yale freshman game will receive their numerals. They are as follows: John Alden Beaman, of Princeton; Rufus Hallowell Bond, of Everett; Edward Livingston Burrill, Jr., of New York, N. Y.; Edward Lawrence Casey (captain), of Natick; Hamilton Coolidge, of Brookline; Philip Henry Currier, of Wellesley Hills; Winslow Bent Felton of Haverford, Pa.; Charles Fairchild Fuller, of New York, N. Y.; Robert Ellsworth Gross, of West Newton; James Wilbert Henderson, of Cambridge; Gorham Hubbard, Jr., of Boston; Norman Howes Kerr, of Brookline; John Langdon Leighton, of Monadnock, N. H.; Robert McAllister Lloyd, Jr. (manager), of New York, N. Y.; Willard Wise McLeod, of Malden; Richard Dudley Sears, Jr., of Boston, and Philip Zach, of Roxbury.
Seventeen Freshmen Get Numerals
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