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BRAVES PRACTICE TODAY IN BRIGGS CAGE WITHOUT BABE

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Chased from their own ball lot by the wintry elements of a New England April, and wary less they lose their hard earned dividends of sunburn, the Boston Braves, back in the Hub after a six-week sojourn in the South, will retire to the Briggs Cage for a workout between 10.30 and 12.30 o'clock this morning.

The Braves, who have often prevailed upon the hospitality of Harvard before, will practice without their new acquisition, Babe Ruth. Ruth stopped off in New York on the way back from Florida, and will not arrive in Boston until late this afternoon.

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