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LINE-UP RADICALLY CHANGED

UNIVERSITY TO PLAY LAFAYETTE AT 4 O'CLOCK ON SOLDIERS FIELD.

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The University baseball team will play Lafayette on Soldiers Field this after noon at 4 o'clock. Lafayette has a strong team and is in mid-season form, having defeated Cornell in a 13-inning game last Wednesday by the score of 5 to 4 besides winning most of her games early in the season. Tomorrow Lafayette goes to Hanover where the team will meet Dartmouth in the afternoon. The same pitcher will start against Harvard who pitched last year when Harvard defeated Lafayette 6 to 1.

A very radical change has been made in the University line-up. Clark will replace Young behind the bat, catching Frye who will start in the pitcher's box. Hardwick will be brought in from centre-field, where he has played regularly ail the season, to take Clark's place at second base. The outfield will be Milholland, left field; Gannett, centre field; and Alsop, right field;

The probable orders follow: HARVARD.  LAFAYETTE. Frye, p.  l.f., Edwards Wingate, s.s.  2b., Dannehower Clark, c.  3b., Helfrich Ayres, 1b.  c., Scheeren Gannett, c.f.  1b., Meyers Hardwick, 2b.  c.f., Laubach Tomes, 3b.  r.f., Blackburn Alsop, r.f.  s.s., Troxell Milholland,  p., Fager

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