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HARVARD VS. CARLISLE

Last Home Game of University Lacrosse Team in Stadium at 4 o'clock.

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The University lacrosse team will play its last home game of the season with the Carlisle Indian School in the Stadium this afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Carlisle has a particularly strong team this year and out of the five games played, has lost only one, to Johns Hopkins by the score of 8 to 5. The University team was defeated by Johns Hopkins during the recent southern trip by a score of 3 to 2. The fact that baseball has been abolished as an organized sport at the Indian school in favor of lacrosse is one reason for the good showing made this year.

The University team has shown improvement since returning to Cambridge, particularly on the offence, and Coach Warwick expects more scoring in the game today than was the rule on the recent trip. The line-ups will be: HARVARD.  CARLISLE. Brightman, g.  g., O. John Simmons, p.  i.h., Crane Hutchinson, c.p.  o.h., Read Hale, 1d.  1a., Royer Webber, 2d.  2a., Jacobs Nash, 3d.  3a., Jocks Foristall, c.  c., Garlow Gustafson, 3a.  3d., Youngdeer Fitts, 2a.  2d., L. John Blackett, 1a.  1d., Aiaaca Earle, o.h.  c.p., Bracklin Parker, i.h.  p., Large

Tickets for the baseball game with Colby will admit to the lacrosse game also.

Tickets for the baseball game with Colby will admit to the lacrosse game also.

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