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Hopkinson, 10; Freshmen, 4.


The Freshmen were defeated by Hopkinson yesterday afternoon on Soldiers Field in a short game of six and a half innings, by the score of 10 to 4. Seven hits were secured by the Freshmen. Bertholf made one three-base hit, and putnam, Fincke, Kendall, Cropley, Jaynes and Whittemore a single apiece. Of Hopkinson's ten hits, eight were made off Whittemore, who pitched the first four innings. McDonald was then substituted for the remainder of the game, and proved much more effective. Wood and Stillman made the best showing at the bat for Hopkinson, each making a three-base hit and a single.

The fielding of both teams was rather weak, but their poor work was partly due to the poor conditions. For the Freshmen, Putnam at second, and Fincke at short were respondible for several poor plays, and Jaynes missed an easy fly in center field. Milne and Kendall, however, showed up fairly well.

A neat double play was made by Hopkinson in the second inning, and Parker in the last inning secured Bertholf's long fly.

The score of the game by innings follows:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Freshmen, 0 0 0 0 1 1 2-4

Hopkinson, 3 1 0 3 3 0-10

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