WE wish to give a word of caution to the Freshman Nine about training. The Nine which represented '84 last year was not at all creditable to the class, and, with few exceptions, was composed of men who displayed in their playing no more skill than could be reasonably expected of beginners. They were, however, players of some experience, a fact which makes them all the more worthy of censure. Their carelessness in training was the cause of their overwhelming defeat by Yale, and rendered their second game little more than a farce. We trust that the present Freshman Nine will profit by this example, and will train honestly and with energy. In this way alone can '85 expect to make a creditable record against Yale next spring.
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