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Second Nine Wins Again

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The Second baseball team kept its winning streale intact when it journeyed to Boston yesterday to defeat the Huntington School nine by the score of 12 to 5. Andrews kept the schoolboys well in hand throughout the game, allowing them only four hits.

Captain Amsden lead his team with the but two of his singles being directly responsible for scores. The Crimson team assumed an early lead and maintained it without difficulty throughout the game.

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