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these young bloods. The feature of the game was the complete
break down of the Junior team in the ninth inning. The score:—
R. H. E.
2 0 0 0 I 2 I 0 0- 6 10
Freshmen . 2 o 3 o 2 0 0 o 5-12 12 12
, Batteries—Pearce and Denney, 'oo; Maxwell and Heilman, ' O2.
Not only can our 'Varsity play ball but our " Preps " have
caught hold and succeeded in trouncing the two forward boys of
the Bellefonte Academy in a game of ball on the 3d of June that
abounded in sensational plays. The Academy boys came to town
in a hack, and were - confident of securing the revenge they so
much desired because of their defeat by our " Preps " at Belle
fonte. They, " however, went home feeling worse than before
for the tune to which our boys made them dance was 16-7."
For three innings the game was well contested but then the
tide changed and everything came in the direction of the
Keichline, Gephart, and Thomas played the best game for the
visitors while Burns, Glenn, and Bridge played best for the
" Preps." Frazer who took Glenn's place in the box in the last
inning established himself as a player of ability. The score:—
R. H. E.
4 4 I I 4 -16 9 6
I o 2 0 2- 7 9 13
and Miller; Glenn,
Preps o o 2
B. A olio
Batteries—Curtin and Henderson; Farr
Frazer and Glover.
S ATURDAY, June loth, a combination of men froni . Williams
port, under the name of a' ball-team came to 'town ; f6r the
• purpose of showing " State "• how to play the National game,
but alas they had not reckonoil'iiih 'the hOst. When this is said
all is said. .
It was naught, but a practice ganid for our boys, and was a poor
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