Football: Nov. 30, 1925

With some thudding dialog in Michigan, California, Ohio, and a few words of comedy in Cambridge, the Football of 1925 came virtually to an end. There were still some encores—Washington, although it is already considered the champion of the Pacific Coast, was to meet Oregon; the Army and Navy were to hold their yearly drill; Notre Dame was to play Nebraska. But the rest has, been decided: Michigan and Northwestern are tied for the Conference Championship; Princeton purrs smugly with one paw on Harvard, one on Yale; Dartmouth, best team in the...

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