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BASEBALL SCRUBS FACE CAMBRIDGE LATIN NINE

Coach Kelleher Pilots Team for First Time Today--Robert Gilmore '31 is Probable Pitcher

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Having had their opening game twice postponed on account of inclement weather the second of inclement weather the second University baseball team will make another attempt to open its season today when it opposes the Cambridge Latin nine on the Soldiers Field diamond at 4 o'clock. Coach Jack Kelleher, former professional star and a recent addition to the coaching staff will be piloting the Crimson nine for the first time in today's game.

The seconds, composed wholly of men dropped from the first squad just before the Southern trip are considerably better than in former years and Coach Kelleher expects some of his charges to be promoted soon. With Coach Mitchell of the University team still experimenting with his outfield it is likely that some of the second team gardeners will be considered.

Today's starting battery will probably be Robert Gilmore '31, pitcher, and E. L. Sims '31, catcher. Both of these men were on the Freshman squad last Spring. Following is the complete lineup; Gilmore, p., Sims, c., D. F. Davis '30, 1b., T. G. O'Neill '30, 2b., P. A. Ketchum '31, s.s., H. L., Huxtable '30, 3b., K. W. Crotty '30, c.f., C. P. Atherton ocC, 1.f., G. A. Donaldson 31, r.f.

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