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Coasting along all the way the Crimson varsity nine rapped out a 5-2 victory over the University of New Hampshire at Durham yesterday.
Dave Shean, Coach Mitchell's slow ball twirler, ascended the mound to start the game for Harvard and had easy going until the seventh inning. Up to that frame the converted outfielder had allowed only two bingles and no runs.
With the advent of the seventh, Shean weakened considerably and to the tune of two doubles in a row, two singles, and a free ticket, a brace of enemy runs leaked across the plate.
In the eighth Dick Walsh took up the burden and pitched an almost perfect relief role. Only one man reached first, and he by a walk, as the southpaw faced but seven batters.
The Mitchellmen meanwhile were having but a minimum of trouble with the offerings of Kershaw and they kept their bats busy with 11 safe knocks.
The Harvard scoring was started in the very first inning when Captain Bilodeau connected for three bases with Lupien aboard. In the third, three safeties by Lupien, Bilodeau, and Shean accounted for another tally. After Shean had opened the fifth frame with a double, McTernan's single eased him across, and in the eighth the local forces closed their day with another score when Gannett walked and Grondahl and Shean connected safely.
Hitting laurels for the game were garnered by Shean who hit safely in three out of four tires, while Bilodeau with two for four and Frank Owen with two for five were runnersup.
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