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LINCOLN WILL START ON SLAB AGAINST PENN

BILODEAU BACK ON FIRST, PROUTY IN LEFT FIELD

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Battling to hold the runner-up position in the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League, the Varsity will meet Pennsylvania on Soldiers Field tomorrow at 3 o'clock.

Bill Lincoln, the Crimson's star twirler who has already defeated Pennsylvania 6-1 this spring, is Coach Fred, Mitchell's choice for the mound assignment, while the selection for Pennsylvania lies among Barton, Lees, and Horne.

In the first encounter, Lincoln held Pennsylvania to eight well-scattered hits and was backed by perfect support, while Penn's downfall was due in part to four errors. However, because of Pennsylvania's strong showing against Dartmouth, the league leader, and Yale, the Crimson expects stout opposition.

Tommy Bilodeau, fresh from twirling a 6-2 victory over Providence College on Wednesday, will be back at his old station on first base, and batting in his usual cleanup position, while Prouty, who played first base in the Providence game, will move back into left field.

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