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HARVARD WON CHAMPIONSHIP

University Lacrosse Team Defeated Cornell 10 to 3 at Ithaca Yesterday.

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Ithaca, N. Y., May 15, 1911.--The Harvard lacrosse team defeated Cornell this afternoon by a score of 10 to 3. By winning this game, Harvard wins the intercollegiate lacrosse championship. Cornell scored twice in the first five minutes of play but weakened as the game progressed and at the end of the first half the score stood 7 to 3 in Harvard's favor.

In the second half Harvard was clearly superior, the attack being especially fast and aggressive. The Harvard defence was impregnable, the work of Brightman at goal and Captain Nash at third defence being consistently good.

The summary: HARVARD.  CORNELL. Brightman, g.  g., Dean Simmons, p.  i.h., McNoe Hutchinson, c.p.  o.h., Kerr Hale, 1d.  1a., Fries Webber, 2d.  2a., Burt Nash, 3d.  3a., Carlton Foristall, c.  c., Jameson Gustafson, 3a.  3d., Nickerson Fitts, 2a.  2d., Gridley Blackett, 1a.  1d., Darling Earle, o.h.  c.p., Bond Parker, i.h.  p., Haist

Score--Harvard 10, Cornell 3. Goals--Fitts 4, Blackett 2, Gustafson 2, Earle 2, Kerr 2, Fries 1. Referee--Dr. Buck, Rochester Lacrosse Club. Time--35-minute halves.

Score--Harvard 10, Cornell 3. Goals--Fitts 4, Blackett 2, Gustafson 2, Earle 2, Kerr 2, Fries 1. Referee--Dr. Buck, Rochester Lacrosse Club. Time--35-minute halves.

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