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Green and Halleb Star for Crimson In Wind and Rain

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Unmindful of a steady rain and a cold wind, the Crimson ruggers added another win to their perfect record which is going on its second year by taming the Princeton Tiger 21 to 6 Saturday.

Marsh Halleb and Bobble Green were the main leaders of the mud-clad Cabotmen as they triumphed over the Orange and Black, one of the strongest opponents that they will meet this season.

Harvard monopolized the scoring in the first half, with Marsh Halleb and Bill Waters each making a try. Dave Colwell, former Yale kicking ace, added two more points with a successful conversion after the first three points, though he failed to convert after the second.

Al Osgood opened the second half with a try followed up by another conversion by Colwell. Continuing their powerhouse offensive, the Crimson crossed the Princeton goal line twice more, Bentley Kassel and Bobbie Green taking the credit. Colwell took kicking honors only on the last of these tries.

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