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The Junior varsity gridsters bowed to the Big Green jayvees yesterday afternoon on Solidiers Field, 20-0.
Well timed passes were responsible for most of Dartmouth's gains, while two netted touchdowns. In the first period Al Ley, right end, caught a 25 yard pass from left half-back, Hal Webster, to score the first six points. Jim Weaver, fast right half-back for Dartmouth scored the other two goals, the first when he intercepted a Harvard pass, ran 90 yards to score, and the other on a pass.
Howard Johnson starred for the Crimson in the line.
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