The first Freshman nine showed its worth yesterday afternoon in a six-inning practice game which it won from Team B with considerable ease by the score of seven to two.
E. C. Herrmann Jr., the leading yearling pitcher, held Team B to five scattered hits and struck out seven men. The team A infield backed him up well but failed to show much hitting power.
T. D. Blake 2nd of Team B and R. P. Rose of Team A each had a three-base hit, while R. R. Hepburn and A. D. Hoffman both knocked out two-baggers.
The line-ups follow:
This afternoon at 2 o'clock Coach William Frazer will meet in the cage all the Freshmen who are interested in interdormitory baseball. If a sufficient number turn out, practice will be started at once and a schedule of interdormitory games will be arranged to start immediately after the spring recess.