Football: Oct. 19, 1925

Football fulminations continued last week on many fronts.

To complete ten passes out of twelve attempted on a rather windy field is something of a feat, but had not Quarterback Jake Slagle accomplished it there is some doubt whether Princeton, with a put-and-take line, could have beaten Washington and Lee by even as much of a margin as 15 to 6.

Born in 1899, still going strong was the tradition that Nebraska should beat Missouri. A touchdown, a safety. Score: Missouri 9, Nebraska 6.

A football fiesta, planned as strictly a Stagg party by the sons...

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