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Baseball Fans Will See Close Game Today on Soldiers Field--Crimson Has Dropped One Out of Four

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This afternoon at 4 o'clock on Soldiers Field the Harvard Second baseball nine will take the field against the Boston Latin School aggregation. Out of four games thus far this season, the Harvard team has won three and lost one, having been defeated by the strong Phillips Andover nine Wednesday.

Coach Janvrin of Harvard has made a slight change in the batting order since Wednesday's game. The team will lead off with Gleason, who has been batting seventh to date. Other than this the Crimson forces will line up as they did yesterday.

The Boston Latin School team has a good club this year. Out of seven starts they have won five and dropped but two.

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