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Ninety-two 30; C. L. S. O.


Ninety-two played two twenty minute halves with the Cambridge Latin School on the common. The juniors had much the heavier team. Considering their light weight Cambridge played a very good game. Both sides were careless during the first half, but showed much more snap during the second. During the second half Cambridge came dangerously near scoring, but they lost their opportunity through their own fumbling as well as through '92's sharp playing. The juniors played the last part of the game with only 10 men, as Henry was disqualified. Score, Ninety-two 30; Cambridge Latin 0.

For '92 White and Weed played the best game; for Cambridge it was Whitman Raymond and Wrenn. The teams were arranged as follows:

Ninety-two.- Rushers, Putnam, Draper, Steedman, L. F. Berry, Watriss, Stearns, Weed, Gray; quarter-back, Neff; half-backs, White, Henry; full-back, Forbes.

Cambridge Latin.- Rushers, Arnold, Page, Davenport, Haines, Bowdoin Benshimoln, Thayer; quarter-back, Wrenn; half-backs, Stark and Whitman; full-back, Raymond.

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