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SPRING SCHEDULES APPROVED

ATHLETIC COMMITTEE PASSED ON BASEBALL PLANS.--GIFT TO BOATHOUSES.

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At a meeting of the Committee on the Regulation of Athletic Sports held yesterday afternoon spring schedules were approved for the Varsity and Freshman baseball teams.

The Varsity baseball schedule was approved as follows:

April 8--Red Sox.*

April 12--Johns Hopkins.*

April 14--Orioles.*

April 16--Annapolis.*

April 17--Georgetown.*

April 18--Columbia.*

April 19--West. Point.*

April 22--Bowdoin.

April 24--Maine.

April 26--Colby.

April 29--Bates.

May 1--Vermont.

May 3--Amherst.

May 6--Lafayette.

May 8--Catholic University.

May 10--Holy Cross.*

May 14--Syracuse.

May 17--Penn.*

May 21--Pilgrims.

May 24--Princeton.*

May 28--Dartmouth.

May 30--Brown.*

May 31--Andover.

June 4--Williams.

June 7--Brown.

June 11--Holy Cross.

June 14--Penn.

June 17--Yale.*

June 18--Yale.

June 21--Yale.* (In case of tie).

*Games away from Cambridge.

Freshman Baseball Schedule.

The following twelve games were approved for the 1916 baseball team:

April 23--Brookline.

April 26--St. Mark's, at Southboro.

April 30--Waltham.

May 3--Rindge.

May 7--Milton, at Milton.

May 10--Worcester Academy.

May 14--Groton, at Groton.

May 17--St. George's, at Newport.

May 21--Andover, at Andover.

May 24--Exeter.

May 28--Morris Heights.

May 30--Yale.

Gift to Boat Clubs.

Mr. Arthur W. Stevens '98, of Boston, offered to present six wherries to be used by members of the Weld and Newell Boat Clubs, two for use at the former and four at the latter. All the wherries will be of the type and size now at the Weld Club House. The Committee in accepting Mr. Stevens's offer tendered him a vote of thanks.

Freshman Track Managers.

E. Cunningham, Jr., of Westwood, and F. P. Clement, Jr., of Watentown, N. Y., were approved as manager and assistant manager, respectively, of the Freshman track team.

Sweaters were awarded to members of the 1916 football team.

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