PAPOOSES DOWN 1932 NINE, 3 to 1

Crimson Cubs, Unable to Hit in Pinches, Meet Third Defeat of Year

Failure to hit in the pinches and the excellent control of the opposing pitcher caused the Freshman baseball team to meet its third defeat of the season by a 3 to 1 verdict, at the hands of the Dartmouth cubs, Saturday at Hanover. This game, which was the first to be played away from home by the first-year nine, broke the record of four straight wins, and enabled the Indians to keep their slate clean.

The score by innings: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9    R  H  E Dartmouth  0  1  0  2  0  0  0  0  x  3  5  1 Harvard  1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  1  6  0

The lineups:

Dartmouth--Pipe, 2b,; Whitcomb, c.f.; Morton, r.f.; Barber, 1b.; Mack, l.f.; Burch, s.s.; Jenkins, 3b.; Foley, c.; Schneider, p.

Harvard--Mays, 2b.; Sprague, c.f.; Lupien, l.f.; Wood, s.s.; Des Roches, r.f.; Fincke, 1b.; Vogel, 3b.; Sheldon, e.; Devens, p.