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Battling till the end, the rugby team lost a hard-fought match to Princeton at Soldiers Field on Saturday, 11-6. The outcome of the contest was uncertain until the last minute of play when Princeton scored the winning try.
The light Crimson forwards, through greatly outweighed by the Tiger line, played an excellent game. Outstanding was their dribbling and following of the ball. The Harvard backs, never having played as a combination before, did not function smoothly.
Harkness Scores First
Harkness made the first score of the game when he crossed the line following a well-executed dribbling rush by the forwards. Harvard's other points were made by Osgood on a penalty kick.
Captain Salich accounted for five of Princeton's tallies, and his teammates Hall and Hubbard for six more.
John Harkness, Captain Ned Whitney, and Austie Scott, turned in star performance for the Crimson. Gerry Desmond's playing at fullback was commendable.
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