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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 Juniors 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 " Preps." 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 ATHLETICS .0 tg 41 COMMENCEMENT GAMES.