The features of Harvard's game were the fine interference and the long runs by the halfbacks. Gray made gains of 10, 15, 18, 45 and 65 yards; Waters of 10, 15, 20 and 65; Dunlop three of 10, and two of 15; and Corbett of 10, 25 and 75. The last one did not count, however, owing to holding by the Harvard rushers. Baldwin also made a pretty run of 35 yards.
The defensive work was good, with the exception of that shown in the end of the second half, when Williams was pushing Harvard down the field. The fault here lay with the left side of the line. Williams gained little on the right. The Harvard ends and tackles were down on the ball well and twice took advantage of Draper's fumbles to score a touchdown.
In the second half the entire left side and centre was substituted by Whittren, Connor, Parker, and Winslow, who gave up his engagement with the B. A. A. eleven to relieve Lewis. Dunlop and Corbett were put in place of Gray and Hoag. The playing in this half was quite as good as in the first.
The elevens lined up as follows:
A. Brewer, left end, Le Groat.
Whittren, left end, Le Groat.
Baldwin, left tackle, Townsend.
Connor, left tackle, Townsend.
Acton, left guard, Ogilvie.
Parker, left guard, Ogilvie.
Lewis, centre, Perkins.
Winslow, centre, Perkins.
Mackie, right guard, Sawtelle.
Newell, right tackle, Heald.