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Shepard, Elrod Lead in Consistent Tallying as Freshmen Win 15-3


Exhibiting a complete mastery over their opponents from first to last, the Freshman lacrosse team completely swamped M.I.T. yesterday afternoon on the home field, by a score of 15-3. Even Henry W. Riecken, goalie for the Yardlings, couldn't resist the yearning to tally a point. Leaving his cage wide open in the middle of the game, he dashed the length of the field to slam the ball into the enemy not.

I. Minot Shepard led the scoring for the Crimson outfit with six tallies. Cured of his injured leg, the Freshman first attack man, Warrick E. Elrod, Jr., ran Shepard a close second by piling up exactly one-third of the victors total; and C. Philip Hammond exhibited consistent play as he added two more goals.

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