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Mud Stops Nine

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Three inches of mud kept the varsity baseball team from putting its Greater Boston League championship on the block yesterday afternoon, but M.I.T. is expected on Soldiers Field again this afternoon. Again at 3:30.

Joel Bernstein is still slated to open the varsity's local season, but it is much less certain who will be behind the plate. Of late, Coach Norm Shepard has been trying Matt Botsford, presumably to strengthen the offense, but it is more than possible that Phil Haughey may get a chance to cure his batting troubles, at least in the beginning.

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