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The Cricket Club lost its first match yesterday, 60 to 43, to a West Indian team from the Massachusetts State Cricket League. The first eight Crimson wickets fell for 23 runs, due to fine bowling by the West Indians.
Colin McIntyre scored 23 runs for the Crimson, and contributed many good fielding plays, while Phillip Hutchinson, standout of last week's win over the India Cricket Club, was unable to play. Jehangir Mugaseth was top Harvard bowler, claiming six wickets.
On Tuesday, the Cricket Club will face an M.I.T. eleven here in its third match of the season.
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