The first of the two Harvard-Yale Freshman base ball games will be played this afternoon on Holmes Field at three o'clock. The teams are evenly matched and the game promises to be very interesting. The Harvard team will be made up from the following twelve men:
Name. Age. Weight.
Gillmore p., 19 158
Reed p., 18 145
Coonley p., 20 145
McAdams c., 19 125
Walker r. f., c., 19 150
Rogers 1b, 19 147
Phelan 2b., 19 153
Whittemore 3b.,20 156
Whiting s. s., 20 148
Cassatt infield substitute, 18 139
Wadsworth c. f., 21 155
Dreyfus l. f., 18 151
Stevenson outfield sub., 20 152
The Yale team will probably be made up with Rustin r. f., Sheffield 3b., captain Carter 1b., Speer c. f., Cole c., Hinkey l. f., Dwight s. s., Davis p., Hewlett 2b.
The game will be called at three sharp. The bleachers by third base will be reserved for members of the university. Sections L, M, N, O, P, F, K, will be reserved with thirty seats in section G for Yale.
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