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Averages of the Freshman Nine.

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Below are given the averages of the Freshman nine for the fifteen scheduled games of the season. The batting average is obtained by dividing the number of base hits by the times at bat; the total batting average by dividing the total number of bases by the times at bat; the fielding average by dividing the number of chances accepted by the total number of chances.

BATTING.No. of Games. A.B. Runs. B.H. T.B. Average. Total Ave.

MacDonald, 13 32 5 11 13 343 406

Jaynes, 15 63 15 21 24 333 381

Stickney, 2 6 1 2 2 333 333

Fincke, 15 55 19 17 20 309 364

Clark, 5 21 7 6 8 286 381

Whittemore, 10 31 7 8 8 258 258

Bertholf. 9 30 6 7 11 233 367

Robinson, 7 31 10 7 7 226 226

Kendall, 12 32 13 7 10 219 313

Milne, 15 61 17 13 13 213 213

Coolidge, 7 19 3 4 5 211 263

Cropley, 14 48 15 10 11 208 239

Putnam, 15 57 17 9 10 158 175

FIELDING, LONG HITS AND STOLEN BASES.Put Outs. Assists. Errors. Average. 2b. 3b. Stolen Bases.

Stickney, 0 5 0 1000 0 0 4

Kendall, 124 3 2 984 1 1 5

Milne, 84 29 2 983 0 0 11

Robinson, 5 18 1 958 0 0 14

Cropley, 25 2 3 900 1 0 21

Putnam, 37 25 7 899 1 0 17

Jaynes, 22 0 3 880 1 1 7

Whittsmore, 17 15 5 865 0 0 5

MacDonald, 2 27 5 853 2 0 5

Bertholf, 8 0 2 800 0 2 1

Fincke, 25 42 17 798 1 1 16

Clark, 4 11 4 789 0 1 3

Coolidge, 5 3 6 571 1 0 6

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