Upton and Corbett both played on the graduates' team. Upton is not yet at home at end and was frequently fooled by the interference. It was nothing, however, but what a little coaching and experience will remedy. Corbett did some beautiful kicking and ran well, but showed once or twice a dangerous indecision in his playing. Of the members of the graduate eleven, Lake, Harding and Hallowell for their tackling, and McNear for his running, are worthy of special mention.
Two ten minute halves were played. In the first the graduates kept the ball well into the 'varsity's territory for a few minutes through Corbett's kicking and frequent fumbles by the 'varsity. The 'varsity then got to work and by steady rushes worked the ball down to the four yard line, when time was called. In the second half the graduates lost the ball at once on a fumble. The 'varsity worked it down to within two yards of the line when Wrightington fumbled. Corbett kicked and the 'varsity then did the best playing of the afternoon. Good clean rushes took the ball to the 15 yard line when Hoag broke through and made the only touchdown of the game.
The teams lined up as follows:
Emmons, left end, Upton.
Manahan, left tackle, Mason.
Acton, left guard, Warren.
Winslow, centre, Bangs.
Mackie, right guard, Highlands.
Newell, right tackle, Blanchard.
Stevenson, right tackle, Hallowell.
Fairchild, quarterback, Harding.
(Foster), quarterback, Harding.
Gray, halfback, Lake.
Wrightington halfback, McNear.
Hoag, fullback, Corbett.