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Class Championship.

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The third game between the seniors and the freshmen for the class championship in base ball was stopped during the fourth inning by rain. The score at that time was 4 to 3 in favor of ninety-three. The freshmen were playing by far the steadier game, not having had an error in the four innings they were in the field. The seniors were doing the heavier batting; they secured eight hits off Wiggin in the four innings, but the excellent fielding of ninety-three forced them to earn all their runs, and thus held the score down. The feature of the game was Piper's clean home run along the left field foul line.

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