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In the University baseball practice yesterday Carr, Skilton and Lovering reported for work for the first time. In the batting practice, coached by Keeler, the squad showed a decided tendency towards stepping away from the ball and hitting while in a cramped position. The pitchers, coached by Chesbro, were given practice for the first time in throwing curves to the candidates in batting practice. In the fielding, the men were given the usual work in stopping grounders and scooping the ball to second base. This work was marred by poor judgment in regard to speed and distance. Practice in running players down between bases followed.
If the present good weather continues the squad should go outdoors in about two weeks.
The work of the Freshman squad, coached by C. Bolton '05 and K. Winsor '03, was decidedly ragged.
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