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FENCING TEAM DEFEATED

At Annapolis by Score of 6 to 3.--Meet Pennsylvania Today.

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Annapolis, Md., February 5, 1913--The Naval Academy fencing team defeated Harvard in the dual meet this afternoon by the score of 6 to 3. All the bouts were exceedingly close, Midshipmen Dunn and Hans excelling, each winning two bouts. The other two bouts for the Academy were won by Lingo and Gray. Damon, Van Nardroff, and Aylen each won a bout for Harvard. Commander Hoff was director of the meet and the judges were Professor Morrison and Mr. Heinz.

The Harvard team left Annapolis this evening for Philadelphia where they will meet the University of Pennsylvania team tomorrow.

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