Crimson and M.I.T. ruggers spent a fruitless afternoon struggling to a 0 to 0 tie Saturday on the Engineers' home field.
Both teams missed tries for a penalty goal, worth three points.
The Crimson threatened several times during the first half when they had the advantage of the wind behind them. When the teams switched sides, the Engineers took the offensive, but were unable to score, despite several threats.
Play-Coach Tom Calhoun called wing-forward Len Wright and Dave McGiffert, at center-three-quarter, the game's "out-standing" players.