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LACROSSE TEAM VICTORIOUS

Hobart Defeated in Brilliant Game Saturday by Score of 7 to 3.

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In a brilliant game on Saturday the University lacrosse team defeated Hobart at Geneva, N. Y., by the score of 7 to 3. Harvard scored five goals in the first half to one for Hobart, and throughout the game showed better speed and stick-work. Lincoln played an excellent game at goal.

The line up: HARVARD  HOBART Lincoln, g.  g., Hand Churchill, p.  p., Robbins McKenize, c.p.  c.p., Skinner Wilson, 1d.  1d.,  Mccain Simmons, 2d.  2d., J. C. Vaningen Catton, 3d.  3d., Spalding Foristall, c.  c., Foley Brundage, 3a.dec>3a., Urban Nightingale, 2a.dec>2a., Houk Eaton, 1a.  1a., J. Vaningen Abbe, o.h.  o. h., Hall Beatley, i.h.  Thomas

Goals Brundage 2. Catton 2. Nightingile 2. Eaton. Hall. Vaningen, Thomas.

Team Plays Cornell Today.

The team will play Cornell at Ithaes this afternoon. This will be a very important game, as it will go far to determine the league championship. The University will have to work hard to win for Cornell has a strong team.

Goals Brundage 2. Catton 2. Nightingile 2. Eaton. Hall. Vaningen, Thomas.

Team Plays Cornell Today.

The team will play Cornell at Ithaes this afternoon. This will be a very important game, as it will go far to determine the league championship. The University will have to work hard to win for Cornell has a strong team.

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