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The Freshman baseball squad was cut practically in half yesterday when about 30 of the 1929, baseball players were dropped, some 35 being retained on the squad. The dropped men will become a part of the dormitory teams coached by A. W. Samborski '25, who coached the 1929 basketball team during the last season.
First Outdoor Practice
Certain members of the University team also had their initial outside practice yesterday when eight or nine men from the outfield left the cage for the open air. Coach Mitchell has decided to hold regular and outdoor practice today if the weather is dry and warm. A notice will be posted at Leavitt and Peirce by 10 o'clock stating whether the team will go out or not.
Fifteen men have at present been measured for uniforms, which is an indication that they are relatively sure of going on the southern trip, which begins on April 18. This nucleus of 15 men will be augmented by six or seven to make up the complete personnel of the trip.
Eight Veterans On Hand
The 15 men who, according to present indications will form the basis of this year's team are M. F. Amsden '26, W. P. Ellison '27, R. W. Puffer '26, H. L. deRham '27, J. E. Tobin '27, C. L. Todd '26, Isadore Zarakov '27 and William Ullman '27, each of whom won his letter last year. The others are J. N. Barbee '28, H. W. Burns '28, R. H. Booth '28, Henry Chauncey '28, W. W. Lord '28, all of the class of 1928, and P. F. Mosely '26.
The first game of the season will be played a week from today against Boston University, and although the Crimson team has been badly handicapped this year, largely by the lateness of the season, the Boston University nine is not in much better condition.
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