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Second Stringers scored two goals as coach Bruce Munro cleared the bench during the soccer team's 4 to 0 win at M.I.T. yesterday. The only real differences between this year's game and the 9 to 0 victory of last year was the score; the Crimson had things its own way at all times, though the game was marked by sloppy play on both sides.
Vern Drehmel added a kick to his 11 previous scores (12. counting a disputed Princeton goal) to put the visitors ahead by tow in the second period. The first there came when Captain Ted Welf out in from left wing and slimed in a rebound on a blocked shot of Drehmel's.
Reserve linemen Frank Davies and Pete Baker trimmed up to score the Crimson's third real. Baker headed the ball to the center and Davies booted if through. Right minutes later, Barker crossed to Dick Hubert, who sparred up the Crimson's scoring.
Besides the erratic play, the game featured an excessive number of roughness penalties and a small flurry of fisticuffs. Fouls were split about evenly between the teams, two M.I.T. players and one Harvard man were thrown out of the game.
Frehmen Beat Tuft
Meanwhile, the '54 soccer team blanked the Tufts freshmen, 2 to 0, yesterday on the Business School Field.
Griff Buttock, who usually substitution at left halfback, went in at center forward and groped the Yearlings' first goal on a center from right wing Steve Joyee in 25 seconds of the second period. Joyee three minutes later, put in a lour, high Lick from 60 feet out for the second sere.
Forward John Beer also stood out on the attack, and Charlie Platt was again the mainstay of the defense.
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