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Baseball With Johns Hopkins Today

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The University baseball team will play Johns Hopkins at Baltimore, Md., this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the first game of the southern trip. The team spent last night at the St. James Hotel, Philadelphia, going to Baltimore this morning. Tomorrow will be spent in Baltimore and a game played with the Orioles at Oriole Park on Monday. The University team will line up much the same as in the Red Sox game with the probable exception that Frye will be started in the box, Halligan taking his place in right field. Johns Hopkins is an uncertain quantity, having been defeated by Princeton 10 to 6 last Wednesday.

The probable batting orders are as follows: HARVARD.  JOHNS HOPKINS. Halligan, r.f.  l.f., Webster Wingate, s.s.  c.f., Bayley Hardwick, c.f.  r.f., Williams Clark, 2b.  1b., Hobbs Tomes, 3b.  3b., Willes Ayres, 1b.  2b., Dorsey Alsop, Milholland, l.f.  s.s., Hallock Young, Osborn, c.  c., Rice Frye, Felton, p.  p., Pieper

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