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FRESHMAN SEXTET DOWNS CAMBRIDGE LATIN, 4-0

FITZGERALD LIVES UP TO FAMILY TRADITION IN CANTAB NET

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The 1929 sextet rang up its fourth victory of the year at the Arena yesterday afternoon, blanking Cambridge Latin 4 to 0. The schoolboys were on the defensive most of the time and did well to keep the score down.

Stanley, the only Crimson player to remain on the ice throughout the contest, was the star of the game. He scored twice, and only brilliant work by Fitzgerald in the Cantab net kept his bullet-like shots from finding the strings more often.

Crosby, 1929 right wing, was absent, and the Freshman forward line did not function as smoothly as usual. The formidable Putnam-Tudor combination produced one goal in the first period, however, Putnam carrying through the defense and passing to Tudor who shot the rubber home.

Stanley Scores on Long Dash

Stanley counted in the second session when he took the puck from behind his own goal carried it through the entire Cambridge team and stickhandled it into the cage. Whiting produced the third goal, taking a pass from Putnam and drawing Fitzgerald out of the cage.

The final marker was chalked up by Stanley, who dribbled down the boards and sent a wicked shot into the upper corner of the net.

Schoolboys Are Outskated

The Cambridge Latin team had one star forward, Harlow, who poke-checked prettily and gave Jackson in the Crimson goal some trouble. The schoolboys were outskated continually, however, and toward the close of the contest resorted to shinny to keep the score from increasing. Temple did some fast work in the early minutes of the game, and Fitzgerald in goal lived up to the family tradition. Tudor, Putnam, and Stanley all broke through the outer defense only to be thwarted at the goal.

The summary: HARVARD 1929  CAMBRIDGE Tudor, Carlton l.w.  r.w. Gibson, McGowan Putnam, Winston c.  c. Harlow Cunningham, Whiting r.w.  l.w. Temple Stanley l.d.  r.d. Davy, Meuse A. Bigelow, Covel, Clark, II. Bigelow r.d.  l.d. Sullivan Jackson, Newell Trainer g.  g. Fitzgerald

Score Harvard 1929 4 Cambridge Latin O. Goals Stanley 2 Tudor Whiting. Referee, Pratt. Time, three 12-minute periods.

Score Harvard 1929 4 Cambridge Latin O. Goals Stanley 2 Tudor Whiting. Referee, Pratt. Time, three 12-minute periods.

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