Football: Nov. 25, 1929

In moleskins and a fur-collared coat, Yale's Albie Booth, being saved for Harvard, sat on the bench where everyone could see him. On the field Donald McLennan, second substitute for Booth, after a scoreless first half, cut through tackle and around end to jam through one touchdown and lead the way for another. Eddie Wittmer and ten other hard-working Princetonians found they were up against a better team. Yale 13, Princeton 0.

Big Harmeson passed to a squat little fellow named Bill Woerner who, falling across Iowa's...

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