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The Undertakers were given the game aginst the Kitty Dames, scheduled for yesterday afternoon, as the latter did not show up. On Norton's Field yesterday afternoon the Jumbos defeated the Cold Hands 22-15, in a seven inning game; the Pearlines beat the Spaniards 12-8, and the Baby McKees defeated the Reconcentrados in five innings, 15-3.
In this last game, C. O. Swain 1900, who caught for the Reconcentrados, broke his leg in putting out a runner at the plate. He was taken to the Cambridge Bospital in an ambulance, where he will stay until he can be taken to his home.
Section II will play today as follows:
Farmers draw a bye. On Soldiers Field-Notobacks vs. Hollis Halls; on Norton's Field-Woodchucks vs. Hot Tomales; Incognitos vs. Dinwitts; Buzizzers vs. Dew Drops.
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