Football: Oct. 25, 1926

Coach Alonzo Stagg of Chicago reproduces in moleskin the tactics of the late Prussian army; when one line falls he sends up another. To people in the stands at Philadelphia it seemed that every substitute linesman was bigger than the last. But where one had fallen the next fell; Penn, with a swift, irreverent back named Paster Fields, smashed through to win, 27 to 0.

It was remarked last year, when William and Mary scored on Harvard's fumbling tyros, that the ball had doubtless been carried by Mary. Remembering the jibe, and stung by...

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