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Harvard vs. Brown.

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Harvard played two and a half innings of a game with the Brown University nine on Holmes geld yesterday afternoon. The game was called on account of rain. Each side had made one run, the first man to bat on each team having reached home. The Harvard nine was somewhat changed; McLeod pitched and Thayer, L. S., caught, while Henshaw played right field. McLeod struck out four men and Ware three. Harvard got one three base hit by Dean, and Brown two single hits. Brown's run was earned. The game was played with energy by each side and promised to be both close and interesting.

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