Freshmen Defeated R. M. T. S., 6 to 0
In a practice game on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon the Freshman football team defeated Rindge Manual Training School by the score of 6 to 0. The Freshmen were able to gain consistently throughout the game, especially on end plays, and only fumbles prevented a much larger score. The Freshmen far outweighed their opponents, but were slow in starting and the backs had to run practically without interference.
Rindge kicked off over the goal-line and the Freshmen took the ball on the 25-yard line. After a few plays a punt went outside and Rindge secured the ball. They were unable to gain, however, and punted to Gardner. Wendell made a long gain through centre, and Graustein carried the ball to the centre of the field. Wendell fumbled, but a penalty put Rindge back to their 7-yard line. Time was called just as Graustein had received a punt from Rindge on the 35-yard line.
The Freshmen kicked off to Rindge in the second half, and they punted back to Graustein. Graustein made two gains, but Wendell fumbled again on Rindge's 10-yard line. Rindge punted to Graustein who fumbled, and another kick gave the Freshmen the ball on the 40-yard line. Graves carried it to the 15-yard line, and Proctor scored. Goodale kicked the goal.
Rindge kicked off and the ball was returned to them on their 30-yard line. Hadley made twenty-five yards through a broken field, but a poorly executed forward pass gave the Freshmen the ball. Time was called on their first play.
The line-ups were as follows: