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SECOND PENNSYLVANIA GAME

FELTON AND IMLAY TO PITCH AS IN FIRST CONTEST WON BY HARVARD.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Pennsylvania comes to Soldiers Field this afternoon for the second contest of the two-game series with the University team. The game will start at 3 o'clock.

Harvard won the first game at Philadelphia after a brilliant ninth inning rally by the score of 3 to 1. Felton and Captain Imlay had a pitchers' battle in which the Harvard twirler had slightly the better of the argument. The Pennsylvanian received poor support, however, especially in the last inning, when two errors gave the Harvard team three runs. Imlay will be in the box again today, while Felton will likely do the heavy work for Harvard.

Pennsylvania Team Erratic.

The Pennsylvania team has played good ball for the most part this season and is one of the heaviest hitting teams in the East. They have been unfortunate in making errors at critical stages of the championship games, which has accounted for the varied record of the team so far. Imlay has been considered one of the best college pitchers in the East for the last three years, and will be given a tryout by the Boston Red Sox after the close of the college season this year.

Tomes, who sprained his ankle and had to be taken from the Holy Cross game, is in fairly good shape again and will probably be at third base this afternoon. If he is not in condition, Phillips will take his place. Otherwise the line-up will be the same as in the Holy Cross game on Wednesday.

The batting orders follow: HARVARD.  PENNSYLVANIA. Alsop, l.f.  r.f., Martin Wingate, s.s.  l.f., Coleman Clark, 2b.  3b., Coryell Ayres, 1b.  c.f., Minds Gannett, r.f.  2b., Toomey Hardwick, c.f.  s.s., Glendenning Tomes 3b.  1b., Pedan Young, c.  c., Gordon Felton, p.  p., Imlay

Clark and Wingate Lead Batters.

Printed herewith are the batting averages of the members of the squad for the year to date. Clark leads with an average of .348 and Captain Wingate is two points behind him with .346. Ayres and Gannett are also batting for .300 or over.

The averages: Player,  Games.  A.B.  B.H.  P.C. Clark,  21  89  31  .348 Wingate,  21  81  28  .346 Ayres,  21  88  27  .307 Gannett,  20  70  21  .300 Young,  12  33  9  .273 Milholland,  8  19  5  .263 Tomes,  19  61  16  .262 Alsop,  13  42  10  .238 Felton,  12  29  6  .207 Frye,  18  53  10  .189 Hitchcock,  11  16  3  .188 Hardwick,  19  75  11  .147 Osborn,  8  24  3  .125 Winter,  4  18  1  .077 Hardy.  5  6  0  .000 Phillips,  6  13  0  .000

Clark and Wingate Lead Batters.

Printed herewith are the batting averages of the members of the squad for the year to date. Clark leads with an average of .348 and Captain Wingate is two points behind him with .346. Ayres and Gannett are also batting for .300 or over.

The averages: Player,  Games.  A.B.  B.H.  P.C. Clark,  21  89  31  .348 Wingate,  21  81  28  .346 Ayres,  21  88  27  .307 Gannett,  20  70  21  .300 Young,  12  33  9  .273 Milholland,  8  19  5  .263 Tomes,  19  61  16  .262 Alsop,  13  42  10  .238 Felton,  12  29  6  .207 Frye,  18  53  10  .189 Hitchcock,  11  16  3  .188 Hardwick,  19  75  11  .147 Osborn,  8  24  3  .125 Winter,  4  18  1  .077 Hardy.  5  6  0  .000 Phillips,  6  13  0  .000

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