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Image from page 39 of "The Official National Collegiate Athletic Association lacrosse guide" (1922)

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Title: The Official National Collegiate Athletic Association lacrosse guide

Year: 1922 (1920s)

Authors: National Collegiate Athletic Association. [from old catalog] United States Inter-collegiate Lacrosse Association. [from old catalog]

Subjects: Lacrosse

Publisher: New York, National Collegiate Athletic Bureau

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation


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tors responding to the cooler weather which greeted themin the North, but were unable to conquer the Canadians, thefinal score being 5 to 4. The results of the games played onthe tour are as follows: Oxford- Oppo-Cambridge nentsApril 1 Lehigh University, at Bethlehem, Pa.... 7 2 4 Pennsylvania S. C., at State College, Pa.. 6 0 7 University of Pa., at Philadelphia, Pa 8 0 8 Johns Hopkins Univ., at Baltimore, Md.. 2 1111 Mt. Wash. L. C, at Mt. Washington, Md. 2 713 Swarthmore College, at Swarthmore, Pa. . 8 9 15 Hobart College, at Buffalo. N. Y 3 8 17 Scalp and Blade A. C, Buffalo, N. Y.... 4 3 19 Cornell University, at Ithaca, N. Y 5 2 21 Colgate University, at Binghamton, N. Y.. 8 4 22 Syracuse University, at Syracuse, N. Y 3 4 25 Harvard University, at Cambridge, Mass.. 5 2 26 Stevens Inst, of Tech., at Hoboken, N. J.. 8 4 27 Princeton University, at Princeton, N. J.. 4 629 Crescent Athletic Club, at New York 1 6 May 1 University of Montreal, at Montreal, Can.. 4 5 Total points 78 73


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Spaldings Athletic Library 33 Lacrosse in Brookl) n High Schools Brooklyn may well claim a large part of the credit forkeeping the old Indian game of Lacrosse to the fore in theUnited States. Besides the internationally known Crescents,the City of Churches has at one time and another been thecenter and operating base for some six teams composed ofschoolboys. An interscholastic league started in 1916 torevive the game among the schoolboys who had been lettingit lapse somewhat is the big reason for the interest in thegame throughout the East at the present time. The high schools comprising the first league were ManualTraining, Erasmus Hall, Boys High, Jamaica, Flushing, St.Johns Prep and Stevens Prep of Hoboken. The conclusionof the first championship tournament gave the title to BoysHigh, which beat out Manual for the only time in the historyof Lacrosse at the latter school. By 1917 Jamaica, Flushingand St. Johns had dropped out of the league and in 1918,when Stevens dropped, a small P


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Taken circa 1922