True to expectations, a powerful Holy Cross nine swept its series with the Crimson here Saturday afternoon piling up a substantial lead in the fourth inning and adding to it to clinch a 6-1 victory. The result of this last game of the series and the Crusader's, over-whelming score in the first contest, 14-6, have made Harvard's chances for taking their next game with Dartmouth on Thursday, June 15, exceedingly small unless the lay-off works wonders or Coach Mitchell can insure tight playing in the infield.
If it had not been for five errors on the Crimson's part Saturday, Loughlin would have shown off to better advantage. He was found only eight times by the visiting batters, while the home team by the efforts of Loughlin, Ware, Gleason, and Hines knocked out five hits. Ware's double in the sixth brought in Harvard's only run when Gleason cracked out a neat single to right field. It was obvious that the team was up against a superior pitcher in Mulligan.