In case of tie the final game of the Yale baseball series will be played at Fenway Park on Saturday, June 20. Last year the game was played on Ebbet's Field in Brooklyn and the year previous at the Polo Grounds, but it was found impossible to arrange a game at either of these places this year unless it was played in the morning. The fact that the game will be played within easy reach of so many Harvard men both graduates and undergraduates, will doubtless bring together one of the largest attendances ever present at a rubber Harvard-Yale baseball game.
Tener to Pick Umpires.
Ex-Governor Tener, of Pennsylvania, present head of the National League has consented, at the request of the baseball management to appoint the umpires for all the games in the Harvard-Yale series. This should result in the most efficient officiating possible in the contest.