1926 TIES ST. GEORGE'S 1-1

Freshman Soccer Team Misses Chances to Score Through Poor Shooting

With both sides repeatedly missing opportunities to score, the Crimson Freshman and St. George's soccer elevens battled to a 1-1 tie on Soldiers Field Saturday. Gray and Brooks starred for the yearlings, while Rosengarten and Woodward did the heavy work for the schoolboys.

The first half was a struggle in the shadow of the St. George goal, inaccurate shooting preventing the Freshmen from scoring. At the end of the half, the schoolboys rallied, and Rennard broke through for the first score. A long shot by Dyer on a pass from Wright gave the yearlings their lone tally

The summary:

Score, Harvard 1926 1, St. George's 1. Time of halves, 30 minutes. Referee, William McAulay. Goals, Rennard, Dyer. HARVARD 1926  ST. GEORGE'S Wendt, g.  g., Nash Tarnowsky, r.f.b.  l.f.b., Lyon Gray, l.f.b.  r.f.b., Morris Brooks, r.h.b.  l.h.b., Gherardi Sahl, c.h.b.  c.h.b., Rosengarten Phaneuf, l.h.b.  r.h.b., Gale Hord, o.r.f.  o.l.f., Rennard Newman, Boston, i.r.f.  i.l.f., Woodward Dyer, c.f.  c.f., Sturtevant Wright, i.l.f.  i.r.f., Nightengale Norton, o.l.f.  o.r.f., Hughes