The second University baseball team defeated the Cambridge Latin School in a well-played game yesterday afternoon by a 3 to 1 score on the Soldiers Field diamond.
Robert Gilmor '31 who pitched for Harvard, allowed only two hits and struck out twelve men. On the other hand he was liberal with his bases on balls which accounted for the visitors only tally when Ready reached first through a single to right field and was forced in by three successive passes. Struck out--by Gilmor 12, by Lekakos 4, Bases on balls off Gilmor 8. Hit by pitcher by Lekakos 2 (Ketchum, Sims) Umpire - Raftery. Time 2 hr. 10 min.
Struck out--by Gilmor 12, by Lekakos 4, Bases on balls off Gilmor 8. Hit by pitcher by Lekakos 2 (Ketchum, Sims) Umpire - Raftery. Time 2 hr. 10 min.
1931 NINE BEATS DARTMOUTHCaptain E. H. McGrath '31 led his Freshman baseball nine to a 6 to 2 win over the Dartmouth first
1931 NINE MEETS ANDOVER TODAYThe Andover diamond forces will attempt to halt the six-game winning streak of the Freshman nine when the two teams
1931 SLUGGERS WITH 13 HITS OUTSCORE ST. JOHN'S 9 TO 3The Harvard Freshman baseball team hit freely and heavily yesterday afternoon to win from St. Johns Preparatory School, 9 to
SECONDS TAKE HOLIDAY TILT FROM ARLINGTONDisplaying the best football it has shown this season, the University seconds defeated the Arlington town team 26 to 13
1932 AND SECONDS WIN OPENING HOCKEY GAMESBoth the Freshman hockey team and University Seconds were successful in their initial games of the season at Charlesbank rink