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Ninety-one, 28; C. M. S., O.

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Ninety-one played two twenty minute halves with the Cambridge Manual Training School yesterday afternoon, defeating them by a score of 28 to 0. Ninety-one showed the greater strength and had little difficulty in rushing their opponents, but the men are still slow.

Cambridge had the ball, but on four downs it went to '91. Harris, by a series of rushes, made a touch-down, from which Weld kicked a goal. Score, 6-0. Moore fumbled, and Mason getting the ball rushed half the length of the field, scoring the second touchdown. Goal. Score 12-0. Mason scored the first touchdown of the second half. Score, 18-0. Weld, by good running, scored but did not attempt the goal. Score, 22-0. The last touchdown was made by Harris. Score, 20-9. The teams lined up as follows: '91-rushers-Walker, Winthrop Higgins, Bangs, McLeod, Mason, Embick; quarter-Guerin (Keene); halfs-White, Harris; full-back-Weld. C. M. T.-rushers-Sullivan, Longsberry, Allen, Wiseman, Pullen, Lincoln, Fiske; Gilson, quarter; Stephens, Whitmore, halfs; Moore, full-back.

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