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SECOND HOLY CROSS GAME

Sexton to Pitch.--McLaughlin Again Shifted to the Outfield.

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Holy Cross will be Harvard's opponent for the second time this season, the game taking place on Soldiers Field at 4 o'clock this afternoon. In the game at Worcester the University team was defeated by the score of 4 to 1, Babson and Ernst doing the pitching. Sexton will be in the box today, while Lynch, who pitched the first game, will probably work again for Holy Cross. Since May 27 Holy Cross has won five games and lost one. They defeated Dartmouth 1 to 0 and Pennsylvania by the same score. Wesleyan, Fordham, and Tufts were the other losers, while Williams was victorious over the purple 2 to 1. The batting orders: HARVARD.  HOLY CROSS. Babson, l.f.  3b., Cawley Desha, s.s.  2b., Whalen Potter, 2b.  1b., Ostergren McLaughlin, r.f.  l.f., O'Brien Wigglesworth, c.f.  c. or. c.f., Kennedy Hann, 1b.  r.f. or c.f., Nugent Gibson, 3b.  c., Nolan Reeves, c.  r.f., Dunne Sexton, p.  s.s., O'Dwyer   p., Lynch or Mahoney

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