The University baseball team will meet Yale today in the second game of the series. That it lost the first game is unfortunate, but by no means a reason for discouragement. Not since 1903 has Harvard won a game at New Haven, but during the intervening six years she has won the championship as often as Yale. The coaches showed marked foresight when on Tuesday they, refused to put Hicks in the box. No matter how well he might have pitched then, he could not have eradicated Yale's twelve runs. Today he will start with a clean score.
It can hardly be said that so far the University team has had a successful season, but neither has Yale. The last six innings of Tuesday's game showed that Harvard had the ability to prevent her opponents from scoring. Today, with Hicks in the box and the game on the home diamond, the team should confidently look forward to a victory.