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Yale Defeats Columbia 4-3

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NEW HAVEN, CONN., April 11.--Yale defeated Columbia by a score of 4 to 3 in a baseball game played this afternoon at New Haven. Pond of Yale allowed but two hits in seven innings, while during the same period he struck out five men. Harnett, who took his place, allowed no hits in the eighth and ninth innings. Price, pitcher for Columbia, gave eight hits during the entire game.

In the fourth inning Columbia scored three runs as a result of two men on base, both having been walked, three errors, a passed ball, and a sacrifice.

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