Football: Nov. 11, 1929

The greatest backs in contemporary football met at New Haven. Yale's little Albie Booth kicked a field goal, gained 268 yards. Dartmouth's Marsters bridged the field in four passes for one score, threw his big lean body twice through the line and once round end for another, but gained only 94 yards and dropped the ball that gave Yale one of its two freak touchdowns. Hot and hurt (ankle) he left the field early. Booth stayed in, a constant threat, but it was a spry-sprinting substitute called "Hoot" Ellis who made the 80-yard dash...

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