The following members of the Freshman baseball squad won the 1915 baseball numerals in the game with the Yale Freshmen played at New Haven last Saturday: E. H. Alsop, of Washington, D. C.; R. R. Ayres, of Montclair, N. J.; M. L. Bernson, of Somerville; C. E. Brickley, of Everett; D. DeWindt, of Winnetka, III.; R. B. Frye, of Marlboro; R. T. Gannett, of Cambridge; H. R. Hardwick, of Quincy; A. D. Macdonald, of West Medford; W. Mason, of Fall River; D. K. Packard, of Roxbury; M. B. Phillips, of Newton Centre; R. R. West, of Newton Centre; P. Wharton, of Groton; J. Winlock, of Cambridge; P. Winsor, of Weston; in addition, managers L. Cunningham, of Brookline, and L. F. Hooper, of Montclair, N. J.
1915 INSIGNIA AWARDED
Eighteen Men Received Freshman Numerals as Result of Yale Game on Saturday.
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