The Harvard University soccer team won its third successive game Saturday afternoon by defeating Bridge-water Normal School 7 goals to 2 on the field behind the Business School.
The game was even during the first period; the score being 2 to 2, at the end of the first half. In the third period the Harvard team reached its stride, and four goals were scored by the forward line.
B. H. Broadbent '32 and D. M. Frame '32 were the individual stars of the contest, the former scoring three, and the latter two of the victors' points. Cullen was stellar light for Bridge-water, making one of his team's two tallies. The other was scored on a mis-kick by a Harvard player.
The Second University soccer team defeated Fitchburg, 2 to 1, Saturday afernoon. R. K. Vincent '32 was Harvard's luminary, counting one of the winner's two goals.
Score--Harvard 7, Bridgewater Normal 2. Goals--Broadbent 3, Frame 2, Bodde, Kane, Cullen, mis-kick by Harvard. Time--Four 20-minute periods.
Score--Harvard Seconds 2, Fitchburg 1. Goals--Vincent, Cooper, Rishtor. Time--Two 30-minute periods.