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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, June 01, 1895, Image 14

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4 TH K HOBART HERALD. we have more than nine men who are familiar ■with, the national game. N o t on ly does a second team draw out the undeveloped or unpresum ptuous ball­ player, thus marking t h e first step in the making of a pennant winner ; but it also furnishes to the first team th e long needed m eans for practice gam es. Let us give it our approval, encouragement a n d any assistance which i t m a y ask. fiet us s e e t h e day when men will ‘ ‘ try ” for the second team aud feel a n e c e ssity for a third. It is a good thing. p . i . a . ILKTINGS were held on May 14 and May 28. The only business of importance at th e former was th e ordering the com m ittee appointed to collect money to meet th e deficiency in the field day games o f i8y4 at S y racuse, to forward what they had in hand, to the treasurer. At the latter m e e ting, T im H er Aij) Board for ’9 5 - ’96 was elected and a per capita tax of five cents was assessed on the College to reimburse the field day com m ittee, for e x p e n ses incurred in connection with their work. It seem e d like any common d a y — W e m e t together, kissed content, I did not even turn to s a y A second farewell as I w ent, Y e t w ith th a t day our lives w e r e spent. Though all th e years gone b y since then My s o u l seeks out her eyes of b lue, A n d lips I never kissed again— It w as the last day for us two, W e w a sted it, and never knew —(r. of V. Magazine. C o Utc$t

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