The cricket team played a drawn game with St. Paul's School yesterday at Concord, N.H. The game was remarkable for the large score on both sides, the totals standing: St. Paul's, 233; Harvard, 180, not out. The feature of the game was Lowry's brilliant batting for a score of 114, not out, probably the first century ever made for Harvard. He showed perfect form, not giving a chance, while his hitting was clean and accurate. St. Paul's main strength lay in the batting of the masters who played on the team, their combined scores being 172. Bradley's bowling was excellent, considering the fact that the wicket was distinctly favorable to the batsman. St. Paul's went to bat first, and when their last wicket was downed there was only an hour and a half for Harvard's innings. When stumps were drawn at 5.45 only three of Harvard's wickets had fallen.
Cricket Team at St. Paul's
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