The result of the game with Princeton Saturday was somewhat of the nature of a surprise. While the college did not hope for anything brilliant from a nine partially handicapped by the loss of one of the best players, it did not expect such poor playing as that done by our nine. Although the general wretchedness of the fielding was redeemed by some brilliant plays, still the general character of the game was very disappointing. With such a lead as we got in the first inning there was very little excuse for the nine going to pieces as it did further on in the game. However, let us hope that the result of this game was only another example of the uncertainties of base-ball. All hope of the championship is not yet lost, and even if we fail in this there is still the chance of our defeating Yale on June 22d.
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