VARSITY SOCCER TEAM TIES WITH BROWN, 1-1
Crimson Booters Show Power Though Wind Hampers Play--To Meet Weak Tech Team Saturday
With the wind playing the biggest part in the game, championship hopes of the Harvard Varsity soccer team were blown away last Saturday in a 1 to 1 deadlock with Brown. Although the play of the Crimson appeared superior to that of Brown, they were prevented by the gale from sinking more than one shot in the not, which G.F. Stork '33, left inside, accounted for.
The Varsity's next game is with M.I.T. on Saturday. The Tech booters have met with little success thus far this season, having been beaten in practically every game. On the following week Harvard meets Yale who has an exceptionally strong team this year, in the final game of the season. The Crimson Varsity has not yet been beaten, but has been tied three times.
The summary: Score: Harvard 1, Brown 1. Goals: Harvard--Stork; Brown--Knott. Time: 4 22 minute periods, 2 5 minute overtime periods.
Score: Harvard 1, Brown 1. Goals: Harvard--Stork; Brown--Knott. Time: 4 22 minute periods, 2 5 minute overtime periods.