Harvard has lost all chance for the championship. After presenting one game to Dartmouth and another to Princeton on her own grounds, she has capped the climax by giving to her greatest rival about the last game she had at her disposal. The more we think of the game the more we are perplexed. The game was lost by the wildness of our pitcher and by one very bad error which alone marred the otherwise splendid record of the man who made it. A base on balls and a wild throw lost a game which had been won on its merits. The result of this game is but another illustration of the prevailing weakness of college players. They can generally pick up balls and make brilliant stops and catches, but they do not seem to know the little points of the game, but go to pieces at the first critical point. However, to lose a game by such an accident as the one of yesterday is certainly an instance of hard luck.
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