Football: Nov. 24, 1924

Old Mother Yale rushed to the Princeton cupboard. Her bulldogs hungered for bones. When she got there, she was agreeably surprised to discover a tidy store—a field goal, a touchdown. The field goal, as fine a specimen as ever was seen, was executed by Halfback Scott at the Princeton 45-yard line. The touchdown was deftly forward-passed by Halfback Pond to Tackle Joss. Princeton's portion was the same bitter, black medicine she had administered to Harvard the week before, medicine that many have to take after dining richly. Score: Yale 10, Princeton 0.

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