HARVARD STICKMEN WIN AGAINST NEW HAMPSHIRE
Crimson Lacrosse Team Wins Informal Game--Gulick and Walk Each Score Twice
The University lacrosse team defeated New Hampshire in an informal game yesterday afternoon on the field behind the Business School, 5 to 2. It was the last contest in which the Harvard team will play before meeting Yale next Friday afternoon.
The game yesterday afternoon was fairly fast, Harvard having a definite advantage over its less experienced opponents. L. H. Gulick '30, playing at third attack, scored twice for the Crimson, while Walk tallied both of New Hampshire's goals.
The summary: HARVARD NEW HAMPSHIRE Hurvich, Salmon, g. g., Greenwood Boldt, Taylor, Amazeen, c.pt. c.pt., Wagerman, Hawkes Clark, Robinson, pt. pt., Tasker Marshall, Brinckley, 1d. 1d., Colburn Dunn, Henderson, 2d. 2d., Chase Winter, Hodge, 3d. 3d., Dallinger, Sullivan Pattison c. c., Perkins Davidson, Gulick, 3a. 3a., Sluck, Parkson Briggs, 2a. 2a., Pinley, Hazzard Foshay, Sanders, 1a. 1a., Hagstrom Kuhl, Lay, Glenn, o.h. o.h., Walk Keck, Murphy, i.h. i.h., Butson, Plourde
Score--Harvard 5, New Hampshire 2, Goals--Gullck 2, Winer, Sanders, Foshay, Walk 2, Time--Two 30-minute periods.