Crimson Soccer Team Halted In 1 To 1 Tie

Date Published: 
1928-11-19
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Harvard Crimson

TATHAM MAKES CRIMSON SCORE EARLY IN SECOND PERIOD

The University soccer team was held to a 1 to 1 tie by a powerful Syracuse eleven on Saturday.

In spite of the fact that the Syracuse team had defeated the Dartmouth players, who beat Harvard, and were generally conceded to have a decided edge, the Crimson booters displayed a superiority in all departments of the game.

The first score came early in the second period when E. C. Tatham '31 scored on a well placed shot from scrimmage. From this point on the Harvard team kept the ball in enemy territory for the majority of the time, but due to the lack of coordination of the forward line they were unable to score again.

The tying Syracuse tally came on a penalty kick in the last period. A desperate rally brought the ball to a threatening position, but the game ended with the ball still in scrimmage before the Syracuse goal.

The summary follows:

HARVARD -- SYRACUSE
Faude, g. -- g., Simmons, Davis
Kerness, l.f.b. -- r.f.b., Eaton
Stollmeyer, r.f.b. -- l.f.b., Jones
Rudd, Booth, l.h.b. -- r.h.b., Tarnower
W. Carter, c.h.b. -- c.h.b., Grabaske, Hughes
Bland, r.h.b. -- l.h.b., Pierce
Grover, Cooper, o.l. -- o.r., Kronick
Carrigan, i.l. -- i.r., Warren
Des Roches, c.f. -- c.f., Schantz
Vogel, Tatham, i.r. -- i.l., Vannostrand
Bodde, o.r. -- o.l., Sayle, Motalyo

Score-Harvard 1; Syracuse 1. Goals--Tatham, Shantz. Referee--Horrocks, Linesmen--Cooper and Stern. Time--four 22-minute periods.