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UNIVERSITY FIVE DEFEATS WORCESTER

Game Marred by Frequent Fouls--Captain Berry Scores 14 of Opponent's 20 Points

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The Crimson basketball team regained its winning streak when it defeated Worcester Polytechnic Institute by a score of 28-20 last Saturday night at Worcester. The University men took the lead at the start of the game and managed to hold it throughout although the Engineers nearly tied the score several times. The contest was played hard and numerous fouls were called on both sides.

Captain Louis Gordon featured for the University giving a splendid exhibition of dribbling. Lowenthal was high scorer of the game, scoring six baskets from the floor.

Captain Berry was the star for the Worcester five, scoring 14 of his team's total of 20 points.

The summary: HARVARD  WORCESTER Gordon, l.f.  r.g., White Lowenthel, r.f.  l.g., Parsons, Higgins Miller, McElroy, c.  c., Emery Samborski, l.g.  r.g., Kizirbohesian, Sharpe Black, r.g.  l.f., Delphos, Whelphey

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