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Behind the fast ball pitching of Ed Ingalls the Yannigans took over the Regulars 6-3 in the first inter-squad baseball game of the season played yesterday afternoon in the Briggs Cage.
With Captain Lupien on first base, the regulars infield lineup with Art Johns on second, Dick Grondahl at short, and Dick Ulin on the hot corner. Ellie Bacon was behind the plato receiving the slants of Lefty Edinberg.
Ingalls Hurls for Yannigans
Veteran, Paul Doyle caught for Inggalls, while John Sullivan was at first with Frank Leary at second, Bob Hall at short, and last year's Freshman captain Bob Fulton rounded the Yannigan infield out at third.
Heaviest hitter of the day was Bacon who caught hold of two Ingalls pitches for a perfect day at the play. Lupien, in his second day of practice after the basketball season, didn't have his usual eye, but did beat out a bunt. Johns and
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