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"As a former National Leaguer, I am inclined to pick the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World Series," was the statement made last night by Coach Mitchell of the University baseball team when interviewed concerning his views on the Series. "Today's game was an unfortunate setback, but I still have my faith pinned on the Cards. Had Pennock lost yesterday, it would have all been over except the shouting. I expect Alexander to come through with another brilliant victory."
When asked concerning the Fall baseball prospects for the coming year, Coach Mitchell appeared unusually optimistic.
"The largest fall turnout in the history of Harvard baseball forecasts a banner season. There were 62 men who reported for practice. I think I have uncovered several finds' which may develop into excellent first team material.
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