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PRACTICE FOR INFIELDERS IN LARGE MIDDLESEX CAGE

Ball Players Will Continue Trips to Concord During Vacation of School

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This afternoon candidates for the infield, on the University nine, will go to Concord where they will practice in the cage of the Middlesex School. As this cage is one of the largest in the country, the players will have a better chance to show their ability than in the cramped space at Cambridge. The trips to Concord will be continued during the remainder of the vacation of the school as the cage is free in that period.

The practice will consist principally of fielding grounders and throwing to the bases. Every player will be given an opportunity to field the position for which he is trying. In this manner Coach Slattery hopes to size up his men in the course of a few days' practice and get together his first string infield in time to develop some teamwork before the first game of the season with Bowdoin on April 10.

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