Powerful Amherst Combination Wins Loosely Played Game 4 to 2--B. B. Kane '32 Injures Side

The Harvard University soccer team met its first reverse of the season when it lost to a strong Amherst team yesterday afternoon on the field behind the Business School, by the score of 4 to 2. The team showed the efforts of its game Wednesday afternoon with Northeastern, and was unable to get its attack underway.

Harvard's two goals came as the result of a kick in the first period by D. M. Frame '32, assisted by Dirk Bodde '30, and a long, hard kick by H. H. Broadbent '32, in the fourth stanza. Three of Amherst's scores were made when the ball bounced from Harvard players into the Crimson's won net. The Amherst team, however, outplayed Harvard and put the Crimson on the defense for most of the game.

B. B. Kane '32 was hurt during the game, and will probably be out of the line-up for several days with an injury to his side.