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Errors Cost Princeton Game

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PRINCETON, N. J., May 19.--Princeton, breaking her winning streak, lost to Penn State here today 4-3 after 11 innings of play. Errors by Trimble and two passed balls in the first three innings cost Princeton her defeat. Margetts, on the mound for the Orange and Black, allowed Penn State nine hits, while Mellinger held the Princetonians to eight hits. Four errors were chalked up against Princeton and only one against Penn State.

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