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Convinced that spring will come eventually, the House sportsmen will be ready to continue the much-delayed schedules in baseball and tennis today.
Soldiers Field will be the scene of struggles between Eliot and Dunster and between Adams and Leverett batsmen, while racquetmen from Dunster and Brooks, Eliot and Winthrop, will play on the Business School courts. The first-mentioned tennis teams will play at 3 o'clock, the others at 4.30 o'clock. Both ball games are to begin at 3.15 o'clock.
The Gold-Coasters and the Deacons stand at the top of the league, both having won two games in decisive fashion.
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