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Cricket game With Lynn a Draw

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The cricket game between the University team and the Lynn Cricket Club was a draw, but Harvard was clearly in the lead, with a score of 141 runs in 9 wickets to Lynn's 63 runs in five wickets. Carter of the University team made 72 runs, not out, which is the best individual score of the season. W. N. Taylor made 20 runs. For Lynn, Jeffreys and Heys did the best work.

The score in detail follow: HARVARD Rothermel, b. Murray,  7 Trout, b. Murray,  2 Carter, not out,  72 W. N. Taylor, b. Heys.  20 F. C. Taylor, b. Murray,  7 Evans, l. b. w. Wall,  1 D. Tyng, run out,  2 Trainer, c. Hubbard, b. Murray,  9 A. Tyng, l. b. W. Murray,  1 Morgan, c. Jeffreys, b. Hemmingway,  6 Stork, not out,  5 Extras,  9     141 LYNN Jeffreys, b. F. C. Taylor,  23 Martin, c. A. Tyng, b. F. C. Taylor,  6 Keene, b. F. C. Taylor,  2 Heys, not out,  23 Hood, c. D. Tyng, b. F. C. Taylor,  0 Murray, c. Morgan, b. Stork,  0 Hubbard, not out,  4 Wall, did not bat,  0 Jackson, did not bat,  0 Hemmingway, did not bat,  0 Oxley, did not bat,  0 Extras,  6     63

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