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Soccer Team Held to Tie Score

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For the first time this season the University soccer team played a draw with an opposing eleven, tieing the Swedish team from the Prospect Union 1 to 1 yesterday afternoon. Several weeks ago the Swedish players defeated the University 1 to 0. Considering the time and opportunity that the team has had to round into better shape, the tie score yesterday does not demonstrate any very great improvement. The single goal was scored by Smart after some good rushing by the forward line. Both goals did some extremely good stopping, and the score was kept down in spite of the hard shooting in which both teams participated. The game was played in two twenty-minute halves.

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