Pounding the opposing pitcher for 15 safeties, the Harvard seconds defeated the Boston Latin School by a count of 6 to 2 in a game played at Soliders Field yesterday. While the Crimson bunched its hits in the fourth and seventh innings to score three runs in each of them, D. F. Davis '30 held the schoolboys to five scattered bingles and fanned seven men.
After two Harvard players had grounded out to third base in the fourth inning, the Crimson scored three runs to put the game on ice. G. A. Donaldson singled to right and E. L. Sims '31, followed with a similar blow while Donaldson advanced to second. Both these men scored when H. L. Huxtable '30 singled to left, and pulled up at the third sack as the schoolboy catcher muffed the peg from the field. Davis punched a timely blow to left, scoring Huxtable, and then stole second. P. A. Ketchum '31 ended the inning with a grounder to the key stone sack.
The score by innings:
Harvard Crotty, c.f.; O'Neil, 2b.; Gilmor, l.f.; Donaldson, 1b.; Sims, C.; Huxtable, s.s.; Davis, p.; Ketchum, 3b.; Goggin, r.f.
Boston Latin Warren, 3b.; Page, e.f.; Downes, 1b.; Tracy. l.f.; Wilson, r.f.; Bilodeau, 2b.; Lynch, Campana, s.s.; Weddleton, Murphy, c.; Higgins, Stewart, p.