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Fall Baseball Draws to Close

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In their final game of the fall season, the University nine easily scored a 10-1 win over the Freshmen in a loosely played game.

Goode's curves completely baffled the yearlings who struck out one after another for the first five innings. In the sixth frame, however, after S. F. Bemis '24 had drawn a pass, and had stolen second, a clean single by R. Clough '24, a former Andover infielder, brought in the Freshmen's lone tally. Their pitcher, S. G. Vickers '24, proved ineffective allowing 6 safe wallops and as many passes in the 7 inning game. B. M. Rice '24, starred for the yearlings at third base, making 5 one-handed catches of sizzling line drives down the foul line.

Practically every man in the University line-up crossed the plate for a run sometime during the game. They ran wild on the bases, pilfering at will.

This was their last game but the Freshmen plan to continue playing as long as the weather permits.

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