The following will act as officials: Referee-W. B. Curtis, N. Y. A. C. Judges at finish-J. E. Sullivan, N. J. A. C.; H. Taggart, B. A. A.; B. S. Weeks, N. Y. A. C. Starter-W. H. Robertson. Timers-R. Stoll, N. Y. A. C.; F. M. Wood, B. A. A.; J. Graham, B. A. A. Field judges-H. Baxter, N. Y. A. C.; J. E. Morse, N. A. A.; M. L. Pratt, B. A. A. Clerk of course-J. J. Dixon, National Club of Brooklyn. Assistant clerks of course-H. W. Howe, H. A. A.; I. N. Swift, Y. A. A. Scorers-W. Dole; G. B. Billings, H. A. A. Announcer-Dr. Anderson. Inspectors-H. S. Quinn, N. J. A. C.; P. T. Lowell, B. A. A.; E. D. Hendee. Marshals-A. D. Peck, B. A. A.; G. B. Morison, W. Camp, A. Gillette.
The 'Varsity baseball team left yesterday for Princeton, where the first game of the series will be played this afternoon. As the nine has shown a marked improvement of late, a close game is expected, though Princeton has a veteran team.
The Harvard batting order will be: Rand, l. f.; Haughton, 1b., Beale, c. f.; Scannell, c.; Stevenson, 3b.; Burgess, r. f.; Dean, 2b.; Chandler, s. s.; Paine, p. Fitz, Davis, Hayes, Lynch and Lauglin were also taken as substitutes.
Both teams received a good send-off in the Square, as a large crowd was out to cheer them on their departure.