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Jayvees Lose in Ninth

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Failing to hold an early lead, the Jayvee baseball team lost to the Northeastern Freshmen yesterday afternoon. With two men out in the ninth inning Northeastern rallied when the third batter walked, the next man singled, and another walked to fill the bases. Griffin, the short-stop, then singled to center scoring the tying and winning runs.

Ulin was the heavy hitter for the Jayvees with two hits out of three trips to the plate. Don, Prouty, on the mound, limited Northeastern to seven hits and struck out seven men.

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