Sport: English Rugby

Some 30,000 Englishmen, including George Windsor, better known by his first name, went to Twickenham. There they witnessed what they testified to be one of the most thrilling "rugger" matches ever held between Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

The dark blue team (Oxford) was preeminently favored because it had defeated half a dozen of England's leading fifteens. But the light blues by the brilliant work of their forwards succeeded in forcing the play so that until the middle of the second period, Oxford rarely led by more than two points. But Oxford's superiority behind the...

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