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The Sophomore eleven played two halves of thirty and twelve minutes respectively, at Groton, Saturday. Ninety-three played a fair rushing game, but lacked team work and tackled poorly. The Groton men were considerably lighter, but played pluckily and blocked off well. Their principal fault was that of high tackling. Robb, Ellsworth and Parker did the best work for Harvard, while Emmons, Gray and Thayer played a good game for Groton.
Groton started out well and nearly scored by gains round the ends. By good work in the centre, Harvard got the ball on four downs. Ellsworth, Malone and Duffield each made a touchdown. Duffield kcked two goals. Score, 16-0.
In the second half Broughton took Robb's place for a few minutes and did well. Broughton and Robb scored. Duffield kicked one goal. Final score, 26-0.
The teams were made up as follows: Groton-rushers-Rodman, Barret, Whitehead, Webb, Cross, Emmons (capt.), Thayer; quarter-Chauncy; halfs-Stebbins, Gray; full-Rawley. '93-rushers-Dibblee, Cary, Hand, Bartlett, Stevenson, Ellsworth, Callamore; quarter-Malone; halfs-Parker, Robb, Broughton; full-Duffield. Umpire-Mr. Peabody of Groton; referee-Kendricken, '93.
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