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George School in an eleven-inning game by a score of 7-6. East Providence and Woon-
socket were easily disposed of and then came our next important game with Pawtucket.
Aided by MacLeod's masterly pitching we defeated our ancient rivals by a score of 2-0.
The season was now half over but we were soon to fall. Technical, Cranstonf and
La Salle were defeated and then we gave East Providence a terrible coat of whitewash,
scoring 14 runs to their O. Flattered by our great showing we went to Pawtucket and,
in a game in which the umpire was the star attraction, we were defeated by a score
of 741. This defeat necessitated a play-off of the tie which now existed between Hope
and Pawtucket. Melrose Park was chosen as the battle-ground. On the day of the
game over 2,500 people gathered to witness the game. The brilliant pitching of Mac-
Leod won a 7-1 victory for us and the pennant is now hung near the clock in the hall.
The three leading men in fielding were: Carroll Ccaptj, Waterman, and Brice.
In batting: Wate1'1nan, Gerber, and Parson.
The season was a very successful one and was
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Hope 1 Inter Nos 4 Hope 2 Pawtucket 0
Hope 8 Bryant and Stratton 7 Hope 4 Technical 3 M
Hope 3 Moses Brown 1 Hope 6 Cranston 4
Hope 4 Technical 7 Hope 3 La Salle 2
Hope 1 Cranston 4 Hope 12 Classical 0
Hope 3 English 1 Hope 14 East Providence O
Hope 1 Classical 2 Hope 11 Woonsocket 6
Hope 7 St. George 6 Hope 1 Pawtucket 7
Hope 7 East Providence Hope 9 English 5
Hope 2 Woonsocket 0 Hope 7 Pawtucket 1
' Hope 5 Alumni 8