Yale shut out Princeton by the score of 6 to 0 in the first game of their annual baseball series played last Saturday at New Haven. Yale won the game in the first inning, when four runs resulted from Drewes's weak pitching and Yale's timely hitting. Drewes was then replaced by White, who allowed two runs during the remainder of the game. In the sixth inning the Yale team made its fifth run, and in the following inning the total of six runs was completed by excellent base running. Only once in the course of the game did Princeton have a chance to score. This was in the fourth inning, when a run was prevented by a wonderful running catch by Murphy, whose throw home caught Warwick of Princeton several feet from the plate.
The score by innings: