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SENIORS SLAM JUNIORS WHILE 1922 TRIMS CUBS

Johnson Stars for Seniors on Mound and Rice Holds Hard-Hitting Yearlings.

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Yesterday afternoon Playing Manager A. T. Hill '20's vicious willow-wielders slammed the untried Junior team into the proverbial cocked hat, tallying 15 runs to their lonely 1. Stan Johnson, the husky mounder for the Cap and Gown men, completely mystified the Junior batters. He was ably supported by an airtight infield composed of Falvey, Monroe and Dickson. Although the game dragged along for the first few sessions, the Seniors started things going in the seventh inning, when they knocked four pitchers completely out of the box.

W. B. Rice '22, a newcomer to the ranks of the Sophomores, pitched a strong game for his team, which defeated the Freshmen 7-4 in a loosely played game.

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