HARVARD VS PRINCETON.

Return Game to be Played on Holmes Field This Afternoon.

Harvard today plays Princeton for the second and possibly the last time this season, as the loss of this afternoon's contest means defeat in the series. The nine is, however, playing much better than it was a fortnight ago, and, judging from their improvement, as shown against Pennsylvania and Amherst, they may reasonably expect to win. Princeton, on the other hand, has lost one of their best men in Easton, who will be unable to play. In fielding the nines are about even.

The batting orders of the teams are as follows:

HARVARD. PRINCETON.

Rand, l. f. c. f., Bradley.

Haughton, 1b. p. Wilson.

Beale, c. f. r. f., Altman.

Scannell, c. s. s., Butler.

Stevenson, 3b. 1b., Kelley.

Burgess, r. f. 2b., Smith.

Dean, 2b. c., Kafer.

Chandler, s. s. 3b., Hillebrand.

Paine, p. l. f., Sankey.

The Harvard record for the season follows:

Harvard 20, Tufts 0.

Harvard 13, Pawtucket 6.

Harvard 7, Brockton 5.

Harvard 4, New Bedford 7.

Harvard 3, Dartmouth 4.

Harvard 2, Brown 8.

Harvard 7, Dartmouth 6.

Harvard 17, Williams 15.

Harvard 0, Brown 4.

Harvard 10, Cornell 4.

Harvard 9, U. of Virginia 3.

Harvard 3, Princeton 6.

Harvard 4, Williams 2.

Harvard 6, U. of Penn. 2.

Harvard 6, Amherst 0.

The following is the Princeton record:

Princeton 24, Rutgers 4.

Princeton 46, Union 1.

Princeton 11, U. of Vermont 0.

Princeton 14, Elizabeth 5.

Princeton 2, Boston 3.

Princeton 6, New York 18.

Princeton 1, Baltimore 10.

Princeton 10, Georgetown Univ. 1.

Princeton 15, Georgetown Univ. 7.

Princeton 9, U. of Virginia. 3.

Princeton 9, U. of North Carolina 2.

Princeton 11, State College 1.

Princeton 14, Lehigh 1.

Princeton 6, Cornell 2.

Princeton 15, Lawrenceville 1.

Princeton 11, Lehigh 4.

Princeton 11, Brown 4.

Princeton 18, U. of Virginia 4.

Princeton 6, Lafayette 3.

Princeton 6, Harvard 3.

Princeton 21, E. and M. 0.

Princeton 18, Georgetown 2.