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Harvard 84; Boston Athletic Association 69.


The Harvard Cricket eleven won their fifth victory at Longwood yesterday against the B. A. A. eleven. The wicket was not very favorable for scoring. G. Wright batted heavily for 39 for the B. A. A., and his bowling was very effective. Brown, Garrett and Carpenter did the best batting for Harvard. The second inning was begun on the American plan. B. A. A. lost 3 wickets for only 1 run, and Harvard decided not to go to the bat, thus winning by 15 runs and 3 wickets. The score:


Garrett, c Dutton, b Bixby. 21

Crowninshield, c Dutton, b Bixby. 5

Brown, not out. 32

Sullivan, b Wright. 0

MacVeagh, b Wright. 4

Skinner, b Wright. 3

Carpenter, b Wright. 13

Frost, b Wright. 1

Hewes, b Wright. 0

Lee, b Wright. 0

Davis, b Dutton. 3

Byes. 2

Total. 84


B. M. W. R.

Bixby. 72 2 2 26

Dutton. 69 1 1 33

G. Wright. 78 3 7 23

B. A. A.

First innings-Second innings-Caton. c Crownin-

Shield, b Brown. 2 b Garrett. 1 Bixby, c Frost, b

Brown. 6 hit w, b Brown 0 Wright, c Frost, b

Garrett. 39

Bell, run out. 0 Not out. 0 Dutton, c Hewes, b c Carpenter, b

Brown. 6 Brown. 0

Bowd, c Hewes, b

Brown. 0

Greaves, c Mac-

Veagh, b Garrett, 1

Presby, c Brown, b

Garrett. 7

Manchester, cCrown-

inshield, bGarrett, 0

MacDonald, bBrown 6

Kimbal, not out. 0

Wide. 1

Total. 68 1


First inning- B. M. W. R.

Brown. 114 7 5 32

Garrett. 108 7 4 36

Second inning-

Brown. 18 2 2 1

Garrett. 22 3 1 0

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