Football: Dec. 6, 1926

With a tooth in the air, and 110,000 (the biggest crowd that ever saw a U. S. football game) in the stands, the Navy met the Army in Chicago. The Navy goat had a room and bath at the Drake hotel— but where was the mule? Running, passing, kicking, Midshipmen Caldwell, Hamilton, Schuber scored twice before the second period was over. Out ran Lighthorse Harry Wilson, Army back, bored to a touchdown; the Navy dropped a punt, the Army scored again, and while guns went off, cornets brayed, airplanes skipped, tanks gamboled, men...

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