The University soccer team and the Naval Academy battled to a one to one tie Saturday afternoon at Annapolis. The Navy took the offensive during the greater part of the game, but the Crimson's excellent passing and general team play were the saving factor for Harvard. The only goal of the visitors was scored by H. H. Broadbent '32 in the first half.
The summary: HARVARD NAVY Faude, g. g., South Catinella, l.f.b. r.f.b., Barrett Stollmeyer, r.f.b. l.f.b., Carlson Carter, Howe, r.h.b. l.h.b., Sanders Kane, c.h.b. c.h.b., Steere Bland, l.h.b. r.h.b., Hullme Dorman, r.o.f. l.e.f., Bell, Gilbert Carrigan, r.i.f. l.i.f. Williamson Broadbent, c.f. c.f., Bubbins Forrester, Bodde, l.i.f. r.i.f., Grove, Arlin Frame, l.o.f. r.o.f., Shovestul
Score--Harvard 1, Navy, 1. Goals--Shovestul, Broadbent. Referee--Algordon, Baltimore, Linesman--Lamb, Navy.