GROTON, November 5, 1902.--Groton defeated St. Mark's today in the annual football game by a score of 36 to 0. Throughout the game the superior weight and team work of the Groton eleven enabled them to gain their distance at will. At the end of the first half the score stood 25 to 0, but in the second half the St. Mark's team, aided by more stubborn defense and by several fumbles, succeeded in holding their opponents down to 11 points. Groton scored six touchdowns, and St. Mark's was forced to make one safety. The feature of the game was the running back of kicks by D. Starr, quarterback of the Groton team.
Groton Defeats St. Mark's
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