LACROSSE TEAM MEETS FAVORED BROWN TWELVE
CRIMSON SHOWED POSSIBILITIES IN SPRING TRIP
The University lacrosse team will meet strong opposition tomorrow afternoon when it is opposed by Brown at 3 o'clock on Soldiers Field.
The Brown squad has started an exceptionally good season, defeating the Boston Lacrosse Club, 6 to 1, and Boston University, 7 to 0. Although one cannot yet make comparative scores for the two teams, Brown is slightly favored, especially since Harvard was defeated in its only official game so far this season, against Cornell, 4 to 3, at Ithaca last Saturday. A week earlier, however, the Crimson downed an alumni group, 4 to 1, and during vacation, regular practice was held with the Syracuse University squad, during which two unofficial games were played.
In the Cornell game, H. B. Sanders '30, playing in home, was the leading scorer for the Crimson, tallying twice during the second period, first to tie the count, then to bring Harvard into the lead.