A trim, mobile Boston College junior varsity football team jumped on Harvard for two touchdowns early in the first quarter Monday, then added extra tallies throughout the game to stop the Crimson's unbeaten streak at nine. 27-12.
Halfback Mike Johnson broke loose on B.C.'s first set of downs and sprinted 55 yards to put the Eagles ahead almost immediately. When a poor center snap forced Harvard to yield possession moments later, B.C. scored again. this time on a 20-yard pass from quarterback Ray Rippman to Pete Lupoli.
For most of the Crimson squad. it was their second game in three days. Many of the J.V. performers had seen action late in the varsity contest with Columbia last Saturday, and were worn out.