In the second of a series of home and home soccer games with Yale, Harvard was defeated three to nothing Saturday at New Haven. Fourteen soccer players journeyed to Yale to play the informal out of season game. Several Freshmen were included on the pick up team. A week ago at Soldiers Field the Elis also beat the Crimson booters, this time three to two. Manager Donald C. Goodrich, who accompanied Saturday's team, announced that this ends the spring soccer practice season.
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