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BASE-BALL NOTES.

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There are about twenty candidates for the Yale nine, including Hubbard, '83 (capt.); Camp, M. S.; Jones, '84; Hopkins, '84; Booth, '84; Slocum, '83; Souther, '84; Childs, '83; Lawrence, '84; Noyes, '83; Lyon, '84; Newell, '83; D. Carpenter, L. S.; J. Carpenter, '83; Terry, '84; McKee, '84; Stone, '85; Richards, '85; Griggs, '83. Waldon, '81, has come back and will occupy his old position as second base. Wilcox, the luckiest man in the college base-ball arena last year, has left college. The nine also loses the services of Smith, Badger, Hopkins and Platt. Hopkins' place will be hard to fill, but the vacancy at second base will be more than filled by the return of Waldon. The base-ball quarters at the gymnasium have been greatly enlarged and improved. The candidates began training January 20.

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