Football: Nov. 5, 1928

¶ Three Army runs beat Yale; famed Chris Cagle sprinted twice for 74 and 52 yards while Yale's Allan scampered 52 more. Each run represented a touchdown. Whereas Yale gained more first downs and completed more passes, these brought but one score, and the Army won, 18—6.

¶ Bronko ("Big Nag") Nagurski. Minnesota's rock-crusher, made ready to destroy Iowa; Iowa, too, had a star fullback, McLain, who prepared to crush Nagurski. Neither accomplished much; an Iowa sub, Irving Nelson, went in and toed his team to a 7—6 triumph, the first made by...

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