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The season's scores of the Harvard and Brown University football elevens are as follows:
Harvard, 34; University of Maine, 0.
Harvard, 14; Bates, 0.
Harvard, 23; Williams, 3.
Harvard, 47, Holy Cross, 7.
Harvard, 29; Penn. State, 0.
Harvard, 23; Cornell, 6.
Harvard, 2; Princeton, 0.
Brown, 0; Colby, 10.
Brown, 19; Rhode Island, 0.
Brown, 6; Ursinus, 0.
Brown, 0; Pennsylvania, 28.
Brown, 26, Springfield Y. M. C. A., 6.
Brown, 19; Vermont, 0.
Brown, 0; Yale, 17.
The total scores of the two teams are: Harvard 173 points, opponents 16 points; Brown 70 points, opponents 61 points.
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