Aberdeen, who had an easy win against Airdrieonians the previous week, brought off another good performance in drawing Rangers at Ibrox Park. Rangers, however, were unfortunate in losing their goalkeeper, Lock, after a quarter of an hour's play in the second half. Lock's injury was of a serious nature, his nose being broken. Rangers introduced their new back, Manderson, of Belfast Glenavon. About 10,000 spectators were present. After some give and take play at the outset, Soye and Walker got well through, but Cail was unable to take advantage of the cross. Fast play of an equal nature followed, neither side, however, showing up well in the shooting department. Cairns for Rangers, had a try, but Greig was in the proper place and saved. Aberdeen were in a dangerous mood after this incident, and Lock saved smartly from Cail.
Early in the second half Hendry scored for Rangers at about 20 yards' range. Following this success for the Light Blues, Aberdeen had to profitless corners. Lock collided, when about half an hour's play remained, with two Aberdeen players, and had to retire, Craig going into goal. Aberdeen's equalizing goal was obtained by W. Wyllie, who rounded Manderson and gave Craig no chance.
Source: Aberdeen Daily Journal, 29th March 1915,/p>