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a 3 to 0 led midway into the second period.
But when the Elis, taking advantage of the natural let-up, started to move, the Crimson seemed to panic. Harvard still had a 4 to 2 edge going into the last period, but the ten could not get the jump on the ball as it had in the opening periods. The midfields failed to check back, the ride collapsed, and the attack blew several easy goals.
It was in the fatal last period that Yale scored four goals, while Harvard tallied only on an unassisted break-through by second midfielder Pete Brooke.
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