Football Notes: Nov. 19, 1923

Specialization—in the person of Karl Pfaffman, dropkicker—defeated Princeton in the first of the so-called Big Three (Eastern) games. Harvard rushed the tall and scrawny Pfaffman into the game a moment after Combs, also Harvard, fell on a loose ball. Pfaffman kicked the goal. Later Princeton lost 2 more points on a safety. Final score: Harvard 5, Princeton 0.

A 40-yard forward pass supplemented by a 35-yard run to the goal-line brought Brown's score in the closing minutes of play against Dartmouth up to 14 points. A few seconds previously Brown had scored on...

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