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Ninety-two, 8; Cambridge High and Latin, 5.

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The freshman nine played five innings yesterday afternoon with the Cambridge High and Latin school nine, and won by a score of 8 to 5. The game was played on Jarvis and finished before the lacrosse team appeared; but at the end of the fifth inning the field had to be given up. The freshmen played a fair game, batting moderately well, and playing steadily with the exception of the pitcher, who gave a good many men bases on balls. The base running of the nine was weak and Wrenn was particularly noticeable for his carelessness in this respeet. In the third inning, Curtis, who played shortstop, injured his knee and Bell took his place. The features of the game were a hard running catch, by Cummins, and a home run by one of the Cambridge nine. The following men composed the freshman team: Hale, c; Churchill, p; Childs, 1b; Wrenn, 2b; Curtis and Bell, s.s; Wood, 3b; Cummin, l.f; Neff, c.f; Allen, r.f.

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