Football: Nov. 22, 1926

Stanford made 10 points speedily, then Washington made 10 defiantly, then Stanford remembered that it had not been defeated this autumn and replied with 19 more points in the last quarter.

Slagle of Princeton sat on a bench with a blanket over him. Fortnight ago he had hurt his leg against Harvard. It was Earl Baruch, sophomore halfback, who ran with the ball, who booted it through gulfs of air, who threw the pass Dan Caulkins carried to a touchdown and who kicked the goal that beat a Yale team, 10 to 7.


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