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The two remaining games in the CRIMSON series will be played on Wednesday and Thursday.

Harvard, having won every game played, has a strong lead for the pennant. The struggle for second place is close between Princeton and Yale. The result of the week'scontests will in a great measure determine the relative positions of Dartmouth and Brown, each having three games to play. Amherst with five defeats and no victories brings up the rear. The following is a statement of games lost and won:

Harvard, 5 5 0 1.000

Yale, 4 3 1 .750

Princeton, 5 3 2 .600

Dartmouth, 2 1 1 .500

Brown, 5 1 4 .200

Amherst, 5 0 5 .000

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