Sport: Distinguished

As it must to all men, Death came to Percy D. Haughton, in the 50th year of his life and the 26th year of his career as one of the country's most distinguished coaches of athletes. Dressing for an afternoon's work— coaching the Columbia University football team, in Manhattan, he was stricken suddenly with acute indigestion which proved fatal almost before it seemed dangerous. "P. D." Haughton, Haughton of Harvard, Haughton of football, with genius for building gridiron machinery, had just capped many notable accomplishments with the re-creation of Columbia's once-potent...

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