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HARVARD AND GRADUATE SOCCER TEAMS IN DRAW

Informal Series is Concluded With 2 to 2 Tie--Both Teams Have Won One Game.

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Instead of declaring a final verdict, the rubber game between the University and graduate soccer teams concluded their season's informal series with a draw, 2 to 2, yesterday afternoon on the field behind the business School. As a result of this, the two teams are exactly tied in their series, the graduates won the opening game, 3 to 1, the Harvard team won the second, 2 to 1, while yesterday's game resulted only in a tie.

J. P. Faude '31, at goal, and w. d. Vogel oeC., at center forward, stared for the Crimson in the draw, which was played only through the four regulation periods. This afternoon a light practice will be held.

The lineup which started for the University teams yesterday afternoon was as follows g. Faude, r f. Clark. I f. Heard, r h b F. C. Cayter, e h b W. d. Carter. l h b. Bland, r o f Groyer, r l f . Faton. c f.Vegel. l i f. Frame. l e f. Carrigan.

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