Following is a list of the men who presented themselves, together with the positions for which they are trying:
Pitchers - H. J. Bennett, D. Kennett.
Catchers - R. W. C. Brown, J. C. Rice.
First base - G. W. Crawley, S. W. Fordyce, W. H. Gray, F. Y. Hall, W. S. Packard.
Second base - G. A. Brown, W. M. Chandler, H. Foster, H. D. Prescott, A. T. Pilling, C. P. Slade.
Third base - K. Adams, B. R. Curtis, E. L. Logan.
Shortstop - P. O. Bacon, R. L. Chipman, R. L. DeNormandie, G. Pierpont, E. S. Scannean, T. D. Tompkins, B. H. Hayes.
Outfield - J. M. Abbott, R. M. Barker, G. T. Emmett, J. W. Edmunds, R. T. Fisher, S. S. Hinds, F. Hayes, T. Irwin, F. Jordan, E. St. J. Johnson, J. L. Knox, W. O. Kimball, L. P. Marvin, E. F. Pitman, F. A. Sterling, F. A. Vaughan, O. A. Wolcott, F. J. Goodridge.
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