Winthrop, winner of the 1935 House championship, battled a powerful Berkeley College eleven to a 0-0 draw on the Yale Freshman field Saturday.
Climaxing a strong offensive game during the first period, the Puritans swept the ball from the Yale 20-yard line for a touchdown. P. H. Johnson '38 carried. The ball was returned, however, because of a Harvard offside.
A Winthrop attempt at field goal early in the second period was blocked. Later in the period, Yale completed a series of passes, bringing the ball to the Crimson five-yard marker. But the line held, and the ball went to Harvard on downs.
Following the game, the team was taken to see the last ten minutes of the Yale-Lafayette tilt.