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BASE-BALL.

Princeton, 13; Harvard, 4.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

THE return match with the King Philips was played at East Abington last Saturday. Though the fielding of neither side was as sharp as in the previous game, the positions of the two Nines seemed just reversed; the King Philips made no headway against Hooper's pitching, while the Harvards took hold of their pitching from the first. Eustis made a home-run, and Annan, White, and Estabrooks two-base hits. In fact, the game was virtually won in the first inning; the Harvards making eight runs. The fielding in the seventh inning was decidedly loose; Hooper, by a throw too wild even for Tyler to get, gave the King Philips two runs. Madigan, of the King Philips, made a beautiful running catch in centre field.

The beatings that Harvard has received during the last year at the hands of their opponents were thus avenged, though not very gloriously, as the unequal score plainly shows.

The score :-

HARVARD. KING PHILIP

R. IB. T.B. R. IB. T.B.

Eustis, r. f. 2 2 5 J. Madigan, c. 1 0 0

Hodges, 2 b. 1 0 0 W. Thompson, p. 0 0 0

Tyler, 3 b. 1 1 1 Tirrell, 1 b. 0 1 1

White, c. 2 3 4 R. Madigan, r. f. 1 0 0

Hooper, p. 0 0 0 F. Thompson, 2 b. 0 1 1

Annan, s. s. 2 3 4 Rates, 3 b. 1 0 0

Estabrooks, c. f. 2 3 4 R. Thompson, s. s. 1 0 0

Cutler, l. f. 1 1 1 Loud, i. f. 0 1 1

Kent, 1 b. 1 0 0 Mangan, c. f. 1 1 1

--- --- --- --- --- ---

12 13 19 5 4 4

Innings. 1st 2d 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Harvard ..... 8 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1-12

King Philip ..... 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0-5

Umpire: Mr. Sheahan.

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