HANOVER, N. H., May 3, 1900.--Harvard won the second game from Dartmouth here today by the score of 8 to 0. Dartmouth could get only three scattered hits off Stillman, and did not field as well as in the game at Cambridge last Friday.
The Harvard men did the best batting they have done so far, although four men failed to hit safely. The two fielding errors were made on very hard chances. The game was called on account of darkness at the end of the seventh inning.
Loughlin led at the bat with three singles and a triple out of four times at bat. Fincke and Kendall also hit well. In the field, Wendell played the best game, having four put-outs, two on difficult chances. At shortstop, George showed the effect of lack of practice and inexperience in the position. Reid's throwing to second was accurate, but slow.
With one out in the third, Loughlin and Kendall singled, and scorod on Fincke's three-bagger to right-field. Fincke came in on Abbott's wild throw. In the fifth inning, Loughlin hit for three bases, and scored on Kendall's hit. Jaynes got a base on balls in the seventh, and was forced at second by Stillman. Loughlin singled to right and Wainwright made a wild throw to catch Stillman at third. Stillman scored on the play, Loughlin taking second. Kendall got a base on balls, Loughlin stole third, and scored on a wild pitch, Kendall going to second. Reid sacrificed, and Fincke singled, scoring Kendall. Fincke stole second, and scored on Clark's hit, Clark being left on base by George's out.
The summary follows:
Earned runs -- Harvard 4. Three-base hits--Loughlin, Fincke. Sacrifice hit--Reid. Stolen bases--Loughlin 8, Kendall, Fincke, Pingree 2, McCarten, French, Hancock. Double play -- Brown to French. Bases on balls--by Stillman: Pingree, Varney; by Varney; Kendall, Jaynes. Hit by pitched ball--by Varney; George. Struck out--by Stillman: Hancock, Abbott, Varney; by Varney; Kendall, Reid, Clark, Jaynes. Wild pitch -- Varney. Time--1h. 40m. Umpire--Mr. Haggerty.