The CRIMSON Clouters continued their wonderful string of victories yesterday, by defeating the Phi Beta Kappa nine 13 to 8, without the aid of the umpire or scorekeeper The scholars were at all times completely at the mercy of the editors, and even their star mathematicians could not solve Sam Hall's cavorting curves. The game was tied up in a sack and dropped overboard in the sixth, when a volley of bingles drove the Intellectualists from their last line of trenches. Frequent substitutions failed to lower the standard of the CRIMSON'S playing, and it will be difficult to select a nine for the remaining victories of the season.
Knights of the Key Badly Defeated
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