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Freshman Nine Ties Bruin Outfit 5 to 5 at Providence

Prouty Shows Up Well on Slab, Holds Rivals to Nine Hits

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Although playing their first game of the season, the Brown Freshmen held the strong Harvard Yearling nine to a 5-5 tie at Providence on Saturday in an eleven inning game which finally had to be called on account of darkness.

Don Prouty went the distance for the Freshmen and pitched fine ball except in the fourth inning, when he weakened sufficiently to allow the Bruins to cross the plate four times. During his eleven innings on the mound he struck out thirteen opponents and allowed only nine hits.

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