FRESHMEN DEFEAT DEAN
1925 Baseball Men Overcome Academy Team 9 to 8 in Exciting Contest--Samborski Stars for Crimson
The 1925 baseball team barely defeated the Dean Academy players by the score of 9-8 at Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. The yearlings took the lead in the second inning when Samborski who had reached first on a hit, was sent home on a long drive by Vocke. In the next inning, with two men on bases, Samborski pounded out a homer adding three more counts to the Crimson score, while the fourth inning brought in another three runs as a result of four clean hits.
At this point the visitors started their scoring with three runs and added another in the sixth. Their fielding, too, improved and as a result the yearlings were unable to score until the eighth when the schoolboys had piled up six tallies. In the last inning McCarthy made a home run with one man on base, but the addition was not enough to equal the nine runs which the Freshmen had totaled.