Princeton made one error to two by Yale, and Young out-pitched Stagg. Only one Yale man got beyond first base, while at one time Princeton had the bases full. McMillan, the Princeton right-fielder, accepted seven chances, two very difficult, without an error. With the exception of this, all the play was in the infield. A wild pitch by Stagg let in the winning run. The game on the whole was the finest ever seen at Princeton. Princeton made the only run of the game in the 8th inning.
Princeton Beats Yale.
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