The University association football team was defeated Saturday afternoon on Soldiers Field by a team from the Wood Worsted Mill of Lawrence, the score being 3 to 1. All the points were made in the first half; in the second half the University team outplayed its opponents, and several times narrowly missed making a goal. Chadwick made the only score for Harvard, with assistance from Leland, who ran the ball half the length of the field and then passed it over to Chadwick. Leland and Chadwick excelled on the offence for Harvard and Cushing on the defence. The summary: HARVARD. W. W. M. Ho, l.o.f. r.o.f., Scelly Seamans, l.i.f. r.i.f., Higgin Lindsey, c.f. c.f., Martin Chadwick, r.i.f. l.i.f., Tart Leland, r.o.f. l.o.f., Garnnett Mason, l.h.b. r.h.b., S. Smith Swan, c.h.b. c.h.b., Barraclough Houston, r.h.b. l.h.b., Timms McQuade, l.f.b. r.f.b., Munroe Cushing, r.f.b. l.f.b., E. Smith Fahnestock, g. g., Hatton
Score--Wood Worsted Mill, 3; Harvard, 1. Goals--Garnnett, Martin, Chadwick, Tart. Referee and timekeeper--S. Smith. Linesmen--E. G. Mears '10, Rogers. Time--Two 40-minute halves.
1913 Lost to Holyoke A. C. S to 1.
In the first game of the season the Freshman soccer team was defeated by the Holyoke Athletic Club, Saturday afternoon, by the score of 8 to 1.
The team lacked experience and was clearly outclassed by its opponents. In the first half it was handicapped by a strong wind and the ball was almost continuously in the Freshman territory. In the second half, however, the team played slightly better, and Lowrey made the goal. Lowrey and Needham played the best game for the Freshmen. The summary follows: HARVARD 1913. HOLYOKE. Carnochan, l.o.f. r.o.f., Lytzen Kimball, l.i.f. r.i.f., Cruikshank Greene, c.f. c.f., Arnold Steele, Lowrey, r.i.f. l.i.f., Dowdall Needham, r.o.f. l.o.f., Turner deLoreia, Steele, l.h.b. r.h.b., McKinsgrie Baldwin, c.h.b. c.h.b., Moody Fisher, r.h.b. l.h.b., Easson Lowrey, deLoreia, r.f.b. l.f.b., Campbell Maag, g. g., Davies
Score--Holyoke A. C., 8; Harvard 1913, 1. Goals--Cruikshank 2., Lytzen 2, Dowdall, Arnold, Easson, Turner, Lowrey. Referee and timekeeper--R. Sangster, Holyoke A. C. Linesmen--W. McDermott and F. Lang.