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BASEBALL PRACTICE BEGINS

FIELDING CANDIDATES OUT THIS AFTERNOON FOR FIRST REGULAR WORK.

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The first practice for fielding candidates for the University baseball team, except "H" men will be held in the Cage this afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The men who may come out today are limited to those who were left on the squad at the close of fall practice, those who were playing football in the fall, and other men who have obtained special permission from Captain Potter. No men who won their "H" in baseball last year, however, are expected to report. Work will begin for them next Monday afternoon. Battery candidates will report this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock.

The size of the squad has been limited this year because the new material was given a thorough try-out in the fall practice, and much more rapid progress in the development of the team can be made with a small number of men working in the Cage. Although practice began last year on January 31, this year's season including the five weeks of fall work will be fully as long, and, split up as it is, should prove more advantageous.

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