HARVARD AND YALE SCORES

Baseball Results Since 1899 and Records of Teams for Present Season.

Following are the records of the Harvard and Yale baseball teams for the present season:   At Cambridge H--Y  At New Haven H--Y  At New York H--Y 1899,  0-- 2  4-- 3  13--10 1900,  5--15  3-- 0  5-- 2 1901,  7-- 3  3-- 0  .... 1902,  2-- 7  10-- 4  6-- 5 1903,  5-- 2  10-- 6  .... 1904,  5-- 3  1-- 6  5-- 0 1905,  1-- 1  2-- 7  .... 1906,  1-- 3  2-- 3  .... 1907,  2-- 1  6--14  7-- 2 1908,  5-- 1  0-- 3  9-- 5 1909,  3-- 2  0-- 4  2-- 5 1910,  3-- 2  5--12  9--10 1911,  4-- 1  8-- 2  ..........

In these 15 years Harvard has won ten series, and Yale has taken five series, and of the nine play-offs that have been necessary in New York, Harvard has won six and Yale has won three. In the series considered, 39 games have been played, Harvard winning 23, Yale 15 and there being one tie game.

Since Harvard and Yale began playing baseball in 1868, there have been 118 games played. Of these Yale has won 59 and Harvard 58, there having been one tie game. HARVARD. H.  Op. 0  Boston American League,  2 15  Catholic University,  2 1  Georgetown,  5 8  Columbia,  5 2  Bates,  3 11  Maine,  1 7  Colby,  0 0  Vermont, 11 innings,  0 4  Bowdoin,  0 3  Amherst,  2 6  Lafayette,  1 5  Holy Cross,  7 8  Syracuse,  2 5  Dartmouth,  9 4  Brown,  5 1  Princeton,  5 2  Pennsylvania,  1 3  Exeter,  1 8  Williams,  6 1  Brown,  2 7  Holy Cross,  3 3  Pilgrims,  2 YALE. Y.  Op. 7  Trinity,  5 2  Georgetown,  4 4  Cornell,  1 3  Virginia,  3 13  Johns Hopkins,  1 7  Johns Hopkins,  5 2  Vermont,  1 4  Columbia,  0 8  Holy Cross,  2 7  New Haven,  6 6  Georgetown,  3 8  Fordham,  1 20  Andover,  2 4  Holy Cross,  9 17  Georgetown,  0 3  Pennsylvania,  3 1  Brown,  2 12  Amherst,  3 2  Yale Alumni,  4 1  Williams,  6 2  Cornell,  1 6  Princeton  1 6  Dartmouth,  5 2  Princeton,  4 6  Princeton,  19