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NEW HAVEN, June 21: Yale smashed out a 5-0 win over Harvard in the opening game of their annual series before 7000 Yale alumni at Yale Field today.
The Crimson batsmen found it hard going against the pitching of Moe Jubitz, who allowed only four safeties and struck out nine. Jubitz, however, walked seven, but his teammates saved him.
In the eighth inning Harvard recovered from its lethargy when Shean, drawing a pass, legged it for third as Johns boosted a two bagger close to the foul line in left field. Lupieh walked, but all three were stranded when Jubitz fauned pinch hitter Bacon and Grondahl, and then forced Hoye to drive out to Loveday at second.
In going down to defeat, the Crimson lost its tie for the Eastern league title. Ed Ingalls pitched.
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