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JAYVEE NINE DEFEATS M.I.T. TEAM IN SLUGFEST

Charles E. Carr Named Junior Varsity Captain After Game--Wilson Hits Long Three Bagger

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Taking their opponents' measure for the first time in several games, the Harvard Jayvee nine yesterday decisively downed the Cambridge Collegians from M.I.T. by the score of 14 to 7 on Soldiers Field.

Over half the Crimson's total tally of runs was earned, although many were gifts on the Engineers' six errors and on the six walks issued by Roberts, the twirler from downstream.

Banging out four runs in the initial frame, and increasing their lead by two more in the second, the Jayvees were never in danger. The game was a wide open slugfest, as the Harvard clouters garnered 14 safeties, the longest of which was a triple by Paul Wilson which scored Higgins in the fifth. The game was called after the seventh inning.

Afterwards Charles E. Carr '35, of Malden, second baseman on the Jayvees, was elected to captain the team for the rest of the season.

For their next encounter, the Junior Varsity will meet the team from Went-worth Engineering Institute tomorrow on Soldiers Field. The game is called for 4 o'clock.

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