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Yesterday afternoon's game between the Freshmen and the Brown second eleven resulted in a victory for the Freshmen by the score of 5 to 0.
Both teams played a better offensive than defensive game. Harvard's defense was a little the better, while in offense Brown had a slight advantage. Brown would have scored a touchdown in the first half but for the Freshmen's good stand on the four yard line. The Freshmen lacked team work and the backs failed to put snap into their play. The ends got down the field well and several times recovered the ball on fumbles. Pruyn's punting was good, but on exchanges of kicks he lost through Marshall's poor work in running back the ball. Of the Brown players, Crowell, Newton and Ball were the most conspicuous.
Jackson caught the ball on the kickoff. The Freshmen then gradually pushed down the field, mainly through line bucking, and finally Mackay carried the ball over the line. Jackson missed the goal. Soon after the next kick-off Brown gained possession of the ball and carried it to the Freshmen's four yard line but lost it there on downs. During the rest of the game the ball went back and forth near the centre of the field.
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