Sport: Lacrosse

Swatting their visitors about the head, neck and shoulders, wobbling their netted sticks in that peculiar fashion invented by the Indians but copied to perfection by clever palefaces, flirting the hard little ball hither and yon over the field and running, running, running at a pace too fleet and steady even for fit Britishers, the Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, Pa.) lacrosse players last week plunked home 11 goals to 8 plunked by an invading combination from Oxford and Cambridge. Surprise and delight were universal. Just previously, the formidable British dozen had crushed Pennsylvania.


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