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The University baseball team will meet Pennsylvania in Philadelphia tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, in what promises to be an extremely hard game. Pennsylvania has lost two games to Princeton by the scores of 3 to 2 and 8 to 0, and has played Yale to a twelve inning tie. The Pennsylvania team is composed of batters whom the University pitchers will find hard to hold down.
The squad of twenty-one men will leave the Back Bay Station on the 10 o'clock train this morning. The following men will make the trip: R. C. Babson '12, J. C. P. Bartholf '13, S. P. Clark '14, J. H. Coon '13, C. W. Curtis, Jr., '14, J. R. Desha '12, S. M. Felton 3rd '13, H. T. Gibson '12, E. C. Hardy '13, H. R. Hitchcock, Jr., '14, J. A. Milholland '14, R. P. Osborn '14, R. S. Potter '12, K. Reynolds '14, R. B. Wigglesworth '12, D. J. P. Wingate '14, W. B. Young '12, Coach Sexton, Managers Y. Arai '12, F. W. Hubbell '13, and D. T. Hood '14, and Rubber Fallon.
The batting orders:
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