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It doesn't show in the scoring, but the freshman sextet played one of its slowest games of the season yesterday at the Arena in topping Noble and Greenough, 4 to 1.
Bitsy Grant, playing an improved left wing, scored two of the Crimson goals as the '53 skaters annexed their fifth straight win.
Harvard (4)--Hubbard, lw; Greeley, c; Grant, rw; O'Brien, ld; Kierstead, rd; Corning, g.
Noble and Greenough (1)--Bliss, lw; Porter, c; Craig, rw; Almy, ld; Stimpson, rd; Cracknell, g.
Scoring First period: no score; Second period; Grant (Greeley), 8:48; Third period: Grant (unassisted), 1:50; Harvey (unassisted), 3:50; Bliss (unassisted), 10:45; Harding (Willman), 14:00.
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