Football: Nov. 10, 1924

"Day is done,

Gone the sun,

From the lake,

From the hills,

From the sky;

Safely rest,

All is well,

God is love—"

Three buglers, one at Cambridge, one at New Haven, one at Ithaca, filled three crowded but silent stadia with the long-drawn notes of Taps, in memory of the late Percy Duncan Haughton (TIME, Nov. 3), football coach extraordinary. Thousands of football spectators stood bareheaded the while.

A member of Haughton's 1914 Harvard team (Quarterback Logan) wrote to the Harvard Crimson, suggesting that Soldiers' Field, at Cambridge, be rechristened Haughton Field.

Percy Haughton's widow watched the Columbia...

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