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Harvard Wins at Cricket.

Harvard 164; Haverford 70.

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[Special Dispatch to Daily Crimson.]

The Harvard cricket eleven defeated Haverford in the first championship game at the Haverford College grounds near Philadelphia yesterday by a score of 164 to 70. The game was played on the American plan, each eleven completing one inning and losing six wickets in the second inning. The victory was a decisive one for Harvard, and several of her players rolled up heavy scores. The best individual scores were made by Brown, who batted for 35 runs. Garrett 26, MacVeagh 23, Balch 17, and Hewes 12.

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