Dundee Utd 6
Queen's Park 3
Scottish Cup (2nd Round)


Dundee Utd
6 - 3
Queen's Park 

Scottish Cup (2nd Round)
Saturday, February 9th, 1935
Tannadice Park. Att. 21,623
7:00 PM Kick-off

Goalscorers
Arthur Milne 
Arthur Milne 
Arthur Milne 
Alec King (pen.) 
Jimmy Smith 
Arthur Milne (23)
Dodds (20)
Dodds (39)
Dodds (89)

Team Managers
Jimmy Brownlie
Unknown.

Starting Eleven
Peter Robertson
Willie Fleming
Willie MacRitchie
Bobby Yorke
Bill Masson
Dave Corbett
Arthur Milne
Bobby Gardiner
George A Ross
Alec King
Jimmy Smith
Johnstone
Campbell
Dickson
Gardiner
Lyon
Stewart
Crawford
Kyle
Dodds
Bremner
Martin

Match Officials

W Bell (Motherwell) (Referee)




Match Report


United lay fifth in Division Two while Queen's Park were an established mid-table club in Division One. The Glasgow side took the lead after 20 minutes through John Dodds but United went ahead with 32 minutes three minutes later United equalised played when Smith scored but six when Jimmy Smith's penalty was saved minutes before half-time Dodds made and Arthur Milne netted the rebound, it 2-2. Mid-way through the second half United regained the lead when Milne grabbed his second and eight minutes later he made it a hat-trick. Two minutes after that the 20-year old got his fourth, and only a further two minutes had passed when Jimmy Smith scored from the spot. That meant United had scored three in four minutes and four in eleven! Dodds completed what must have been one of the least celebrated hat-tricks ever, for an incredible final score of 6-3. United lost to Hearts in the next round, though only after extra-time in a replay.



Squad Statistics (as at February 9th, 1935)


1934-35 All Time
Age
Peter Robertson (GK) - 27 - 27 -
Bobby Yorke23 288288
Willie MacRitchie - 26 - 26 -
Willie Fleming33 24 - 24 -
Bill Masson - 281521
Dave Corbett25 282634
George A Ross26 28188644
Bobby Gardiner22 28104217
Jimmy Smith - 25132513
Arthur Milne20 12191219
Alec King - 28152815






League Table (as at February 9th, 1935)


No league table has been added for this season.