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Harvard, 123; Somerville, 8.


The cricket eleven opened the season with an overwhelming defeat of the Somerville team. The game was played on the Somerville crease, which proved very fast. The home team went to the bat first, but the whole side was retired with a total of only 8 runs. Garrett and Parker then went in for Harvard, and the former played an excellent game, rolling up 38 runs. His cutting was one of the features of the match. Brown made 25 runs, and Skinner carried his bat for 36 after a steady inning. The remainder of the team, including three new men, did good work as a rule. As there was still half an hour to spend after the first innings, Somerville went to the bat again, and lost five wickets for 24 runs. Hewes and Bowler did the bowling, and MacVeagh was tried as wicket-keeper. The score:


Garrett, b. Neale. 38

Parker, b Neale. 2

Brown, b. H. Walker. 25

MacVeagh, st. Villiers, b. C Walker 4

Crowinshield, c. Villiers, b. C. Walker 4

Skinner, not out. 36

Hewes, b. Neale. 3

Frost, hit w., b. Neale. 1

Davis, l. b. w., b. Neale. 0

Bowler, c. and b. Neale. 0

L. S. Lee, b. Wemyss. 3

Byes, 6; no ball 1. 7

Total. 123


B. M. W. R.

Wemyss. 8 0 1 3

Silwood. 18 0 0 13

Neale. 132 4 6 37

H. Walker. 24 0 1 22

C. Walker. 90 3 2 41


Silwood, b. Garrett. 0

Villiers, b. Brown. 2

Kennedy, c. and b. Garrett. 1

H. Walker, b. Brown. 0

Wemyss, b. Brown. 1

Neale, c. Frost, b. Garrett. 0

McLaughlin, c. and b. Garrett. 1

Bentley, not out. 1

Richardson, l. b. w., b. Garrett. 0

Bye. 1

Total. 8


B. M. W. R.

Garrett. 41 4 5 4

Brown. 36 4 3 3

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