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The freshman team played two thirty minute halves with the Dummer Academy eleven on Norton's field Saturday afternoon and beat them by a score of 32-0.
The home team had things pretty much their own way and won easily. The visitors' line was weak and Ninety-four broke through nearly every time. The half backs and Wrenn and Waters did the best work for Harvard.
The teams: Ninety-four-rushers, Wrenn, Bond, Rogers, Fay, Saltonstall, McDonald, Beals; quarter-back, Quigley; half-backs, Clark, Gage; fullback, Waters.
Sewards, Ryman, Foxon, McShane, Peters, Pike; quarter-back, Horton; half-backs, Wardner, Russell; fullback, Clark.
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