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Champions of Northern Division

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Ithaca, N. Y., May 12.--The Harvard lacrosse team became champions of the northern division of the intercollegiate league by defeating Cornell 5 to 1 in a fast clean game here today. The almost impregnable defence of the Harvard team kept the strong Cornell attack from scoring more than once. Liucoln made 20 stops at goal. Brundage scored three goals, and Catton and Nightingale one each. Cornell's goal came within the last 15 seconds of play. Johns Hopkins, the winner of the southern division, has refused to play an inter-division game.

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