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"Harvard participation in an Intercollegiate baseball league is quite unlikely," Major Fred W. Moore said last night, when questioned regarding the plan for such a league ratified by delegates from Dartmouth, Cornell, Pennsylvania and Columbia, at a meeting in New York Saturday.
Major Moore's reasons for this statement were that participation in this league would necessitate too many trips away, and would interfere with the regular Harvard-Yale-Princeton series.
To the proposition that the winner of the league should play the winner of the Big Three series, Major Moore replied that since the H-Y-P series is not over until a week after Commencement, it would be undesirable to drag out the season longer.
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