The exhibition game with Princeton yesterday, played on Jarvis field, resulted in a victory for Harvard by a score of 9 to 5. Harvard won the game in the first inning, securing six runs. Our nine scored three more runs in the fifth and was quickly retired without scoring in the other seven innings. The game after the first inning was well played throughout, and was characterized by good fielding on both sides. Wadleigh and Coolidge made two beautiful one-handed fly catches. The best fielding for Harvard was done by Coolidge, Burt and Crocker, and for Princeton by Schenck and Wadleigh.
PRINCETON VS. HARVARD.
Harvard, 9; Princeton, 5.
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