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Freshmen, 6; Second Team, 0

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The Freshman game with St. Mark's, which was scheduled for Saturday afternoon, was cancelled because it was deemed inadvisable for the Freshmen to be exposed to a case of infantile paralysis that had developed at the school.

After the Williams game the Freshmen lined up against the University second tea for two 10-minute periods winning by the score of 6 to 0. The 1915 team played will together, and gained ground more consistently than in the Groton game. Brickley made a touchdown in the first period after a series of line plunges, and Withington kicked the goal. The second team came within scoring distance only once, when they brought the ball to the 25-yard line by a series of well-executed forward passes.

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