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Cercle Defeats Verein 24 to 6

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In one of the most remarkable ball games that has been seen on Nortons field since the last CRIMSON-Lampoon game, the Cercle Francais inflicted defeat on the Deutscher Verein by 24 runs to 6. Timely hitting and clever base-running netted 13 runs for the Cercle in the first inning, but after that Kendall, the German pitcher, settled down. A feature of the game was J. D. Clark's home run on three strikes. The players were kept in the best of condition throughout the game, by timely refreshments; likewise, the umpire

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