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Stickmen Lose to Indians, 11-5; Travel to Andover Tomorrow

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With improved passing and clearing, Bob Maddux's lacrossmen were almost able to keep pace with a strong Dartmouth ten after the Green tallied four rapid goals in the opening minutes of the game at Hanover Saturday. The 11 to 5 score might have been less one-sided, however, had not three of the Crimson starting team been unable to make the trip.

The Dartmouth attack was sparked by two American Indians, who in addition to exhibiting some spectacular ball handling, succeeded in scoring seven goals between them. Crimson goals were scored by Bob Richards, who received the ball behind the goal, and dodged through the Dartmouth defence to make the tally, Zeke Arias, and Bob Potter. Arias and Potter each scored twice.

Although Russ Schubert, who has been serving full time in the goal, was injured Saturday and will not be available for the trip to Andover tomorrow, the Crimson should have little trouble in handling the schoolboys.

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