The cricket game between the University team and Haverford, which was played yesterday on Soldiers Field, resulted in a victory for Haverford by the score of 186 runs to 56. Harvard had the first innings. The bowling and fielding of the University team was good, but weak batting lost the game. F. C. Taylor did the best bowling for Harvard and Rothermel did the best batting, making 11 runs. For Haverford, H. H. Morris made the large score of 101 runs, not out.
The score in detail follows: HARVARD. W. N. Taylor, b. Pleasants, 0 Drinkwater, c. Priestman, b. Pleasants, 3 Carter, c. Pearson, b. Pleasants, 10 Mifflin, c. Pleasants, b. Priestman, 9 F. C. Taylor, b. Pleasants, 5 Rothermel, c. and b. Pleasants, 11 Trout, c. Lowry, b. Pleasants, 0 Evans, b. Pleasants, 2 D. Tyng, c. C. C. Morris, b. Priestman, 1 Trainer, not out, 0 Stork, b. Pleasants, 0 Extras, 15 56 HAVERFORD. C. C. Morris, c. Stork, b. F. C. Taylor, 4 H. H. Morris, not out, 101 Pearson, b. F. C. Taylor, 10 Doughten, b. F. C. Taylor, 0 Drinker, c. Rothermel, b. F. C. Taylor, 1 Hopkins, c. Evans, b. F. C. Taylor, 8 Priestman, b. F. C. Taylor, 24 Lowry, l. b. w. Mifflin, 0 Bonbright, c. Trainer, b. F. C. Taylor, 15 Pleasants, b. F. C. Taylor, 0 Peirce, c. Morgan, b. Mifflin, 6 Extras, 17 186
On Soldiers Field tomorrow the University team will play its last scheduled game of the season, with Pennsylvania.