WHEN BAT AND BASEBALL MET
Few Better Cribbers Compelled to Capitulate to Crimson Quill-Quiverers.
The CRIMSON yesterday whispered a bashful forecast which was fulfilled: for late in the afternoon its promising handful of Quill-Quiverers defeated the Brainy Best in a tense game of baseball. The final record of the carnage was some-where near the CRIMSON, 19; Phi Beta Kappa, 4. The contest was full of thrills; the features were Phillips' home run, to which Wellman produced a twin, Blackall's consummate pitching, which held the Locksmiths runless through out two innings, and Duncan's abbreviated costume. Score by innings: