Source: Aberdeen Daily Journal, 10th September 1906
A Draw at Dens Park.There were considerable misgivings at Pittodrie as to how the A's would fare at Dens Park on account of the absence of "Gowie" Robertson, the popular skipper of the team. Dundee were strengthened for the cup tie, but notwithstanding this they could only repeat last year's result - a draw of one goal each. Naturally Dundee had a lot of the play at the start, as there were only two of the Aberdeen men who had seen Dens Park before. Aberdeen's defence stood up to everything they got, and eventually let their own men away, when McKinley beat Crumley with a lovely shot. In the second period from a rebound Lickley was beaten, and had Robertson paid less attention to Chaplin, Aberdeen should have won the tie, as they were all over them at the finish. A draw of one goal each was not bad, and we will have the pleasure of witnessing the replay at Pittodrie on Saturday.
Source: Bon-Accord, 13th September 1906