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UNIVERSITY SOCCER TEAM HANDS JAYVEES 7-0 DEFEAT

Exchange of Goalies Fails to Stem Attack in Second Half

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The Harvard University soccer team defeated the University second team 7 to 0 at Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. The first two goals were scored in the first half by D. M. Frame '32.

In the second half the two teams changed goal guards. J. P. Faude '31 going on the second team side and Samuel Powell Jr. '32 playing for the University, with the result that the University scored five goals against their own man. Frame made five of the tallies. W. D. Vogel oeC, one, and B. H. Broadbent '32, one goal. It is a characteristic of the University players to do well in the second half. This afternoon the University team will play an informal rubber game with the graduate team.

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