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BASE BALL.

ARGONAUTS 19; DAILY CRIMSON 18.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

After a most exciting contest yesterday, first on Jarvis Field, and afterwards on the grounds back of Peabody Museum, the nine representing the DAILY CRIMSON was defeated by a score of 19 to 18 in an eleven innings game, to the disappointment of a large number of spectators. The excitement, as well as the heat, were both intense, and as the nines came on the field they were greeted with ringing cheers from their respective adherents. From lach of space, the full score is crowded out of this issue, but for the CRIMSON nine, Bemis, Parker, Austin, Williams, Pierson, Bacon, Butler, Morrison and Frye did the best playing, while for the Argonauts, Clark, DeVeau, Preston, Faulkner, Allen, Foster, Fletcher, Austin and Adams bore off the honors. The CRIMSON, base hits 3, errors 96; the Argonauts, base hits, 4, errors 94. On the whole, the game was unsatisfactory, and we hope that another match may be arranged before long.

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