Sport: Sportsman

Last spring Edgar William Warren II of Westwood, Mass. was the best shortstop on any Eastern college baseball team. Last summer, in the Adirondacks he slipped off the deck of a motorboat that was turning around for someone who had fallen off an aquaplane, got caught in the propeller. His left arm had to be amputated. His Yale baseball mates insisted he remain their captain notwithstanding.

Last week the Yale baseball team played Wesleyan, won 15 to 2. Captain Warren played right field. In five times at bat, he knocked a long fly, then a single which scored a run, then a...

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