With but two defeats to mar its record the 1922 baseball team will take the field a against the Yale freshmen in its final contest tomorrow afternoon. The nine has proved itself to be a skillful combination, but upon the outcome of the Memorial Day game rests the ultimate judgment of the success or failure of the season. All the trials of the spring, even defeat at the hands of the Tigers, may well be forgotten in event of a triumph over the Blue.
In football there was no chance for 1922 to show its mettle, Yale would not agree to a hockey game, and in track the University Freshmen lost their first encounter with their rivals from New Haven. When the parade wends its way onto Soldiers Field before the contest let it be the Class of 1922 in its entirety that enters the stands to support its nine, and to retrieve the honors captured by Yale in the Stadium a fortnight ago.