Football: Oct. 11, 1926

None but an exceptionally feeble technician would pick as a championship eleven the Harvard team, coached by Arnold Horween, which wavered before some men from Geneva College and bowed down to the score 16 to 7. A huge Geneva back named Fleniken did most of the damage. Fleniken and his friends were coached by Harvard's old acquaintance, "Bo" MacMillan of Centre College.

Never has one of Coach Alonzo Stagg's Chicago teams resorted to open football unless desperately pressed. Eleven maroon-sweatered rakehells amazed 40,000 spectators by drop-kicking and passing their way to victory...

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