The University of Pennsylvania is shortly to have the finest indoor baseball cage possessed by any of the colleges. No pains have been spared to make it the best of its kind, and all the successful features of the cages here and at Yale and Princeton have been combined in the plans. Both the Yale and Princeton cages have proven partial failures on account of their size, but the Pennsylvania cage will be larger than them all.
The main building will be 120 feet square, giving a clear floor space of 14,400 square, feet. In this will be laid out a regular baseball diamond, exclusive of the outfield. To prevent injury from the rebounding of the balls the sides and ceilings will be hung with strong, elastic wire netting a few feet
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