Nine Beats Princeton, 11-3

Harvard continued its march to the Collegiate Baseball league Saturday with an 11-3 of Princeton. The Crimson now 11-1 season record and is to look like one of the best squads in Harvard history. .

Yesterday's game wasn't all that in fact it dragged in spots. Nevertheless, the Crimson came up brilliant fielding and once again its vicious plate .

Jotham Johnson inspired the in the second with a homerun, but the effect was . Phil Bernstein opened the half of the inning with a and Curly Combs picked up the six RBIs by hitting him home. moved over to third on a couple choice plays, and Dick out the home team ahead with a sacrifice fly.

Crimson added another tally third on singles by Dave Morse Bernstein, although Combs again the RBI on a force play.

this brief bit of excitement settled down. Princeton second pitcher of the day, Paul with moderate success, and up a string of 13 consecutive

250 warm but windblown fans up again in the seventh though, Larry Schoenfield tripled to left the inning. Don Weeden brought with a ground ball up the Fudge picked up the third the frame and moved to second thowing error. He tied the score at 3-3 when Lahti to left.

Mike Drummey lined out in bottom of the inning, Bartolet to center. Pitching to Morse, twisted his elbow, perhaps the thing that could have happened Princeton. Gerry Skey came in to walking Morse. He had better with Bernstein, fanning the big sacker, but Combs quickly out and singled to left, Bartolet.

joined the fun in the Gavin Gilmor singled, Dick Diehl towering triple to center, and singled to set the stage. to center scoring Diehl, and hobbled down to first after by Skey's curve. Morse singled Weeden kept things going by Bernstein's grounder to escape outfield, scoring two more.

Skey was pretty tired by now, Princeton presented their fourth Emile Rosenberg. Combs a few of his opening pitches, one he liked, and air-mailed it 350 feet to right field for a three .

* * * PRINCETON   AB  R  H   4  0  0   4  0  0   3  0  0   4  0  1   4  1  1   3  0  1   1  0  0   3  1  1   1  0  0   3  1  1   1  0  1   2  0  1   0  0  0 ILLEGIBLE>  0  0  0   33  3  7 HARVARD     AB  R  H Drummey  3  0  0 B'tolet  4  2  1 Morse  4  2  2 B'stein  5  2  2 Combs  5  1  3 St. Geo.  4  1  2 Gilmor  4  1  2 Diehl  4  1  1 G'b'di  4  1  1     37  11  14

out for Weeden in the ninth.

out for Fudge in the ninth.   010  000  200--3  7  2   021  000  17X--11  14  2

Schoolwerth, Lahti 3, Skey 3 and Johnson; Harvard: and Diehl.

Fudge, Weeden, Morse, Gilmor. Lahti, Gilmor, Bernstein. 3B: Diehl. HR: Johnson, Combs.

Weeden 1, Johnson 1, Lahti 1, 6, Diehl 1, Drummey 1, Garibaldi Schoolwerth 3, Skey 1, Garibaldi Schoolwerth 2, Lahti 1, 1, Garibaldi 1, ER: Schoolwerth 3, 1, Skey 4, Rosenberg 1, Garibaldi 3.