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Now that the first round in the scrub baseball series has been completed, it is possible to judge of the success of the new system of competition in comparison with that of last year.

The results thus far show that interest in the series is this season much more stable than last. Although starting with the same number of entries there has this year been but one withdrawal from the series, and that before any games were played, while last season there were several instances of nines dropping out after their first defeat, and causing a general mixup in the arrangement of games. Under the new system no inconvenience could be caused by any withdrawals, as the nines below would simply move up in the list, but in spite of this it is gratifying to note that the "bumping" system of competition has been sccessful in preserving the organization of nines which have met with an uninterrupted series of defeats.

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