Philadelphia, Pa., Nov, 11, 1929--The Harvard University soccer team lost a hard game to Pennsylvania yesterday afternoon at Rivers Field, Philadelphia, 4 to 0. The Crimson eleven was quite outclassed by its opponents, and could make little headway against them.
Kullman Flashes at Finish
The two teams had no sooner taken their positions on the field after Penn had kicked off to start the final period when Kullman, substitute for Graham, sent a pass to Campbell, counting the third time. Kullman scored the final goal for the home team by heading the ball into the net from a scrimmage just in front.
The summary: PENNSYLVANIA HARVARD Elliot, g. g., Faude Ragan, r.f.b. l.f.b. Catinella Woolever, l.f.b. r.f.b. Stollmeyer Logan, r.h.b. l.h.b., Carter Kruslinski, c.h.b. c.h.b., Kane Bollers, r.h.b. r.h.b., Bland Campbell, r.o.f. l.o.f., Forrester Brownback, r.i.f. l.i.f. Frame Anderson, c.f. C.f., Broadbent Crockett, l.i.f. r.i.f., Dorman Graham, Kullman, l.o.f. r.o.f., Carrigan
The score--Pennsylvania 4, Harvard 0. Goals--Kullman 2, Anderson, Crockett. Referee--Wood. Linesmen--Davidson, Grover. Time--Four 22-minute periods.