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Owing to unfavorable weather, the Freshman nine was compelled to cancel all but one of the games arranged for the spring recess. The game with the College nine was won by a score of 8 to 6, mainly through Dill's poor pitching in the first inning when the Freshmen scored five runs.
The nine was given a good deal of hard work during the week, the mornings being devoted to batting and the afternoons to the more general work of fielding and practicing plays. A considerable change has been made in the make-up of the nine. Fincke has gone to short and Cropley to left, with Jaynes centre and Whittemore or Bertholf right. Putnam has taken Fincke's place at second.
This afternoon the Freshmen will play the Hopkinson School nine on Soldiers Field at 4 o'clock.
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