Football: Dec. 9, 1929

On a field frozen hard as a state road eleven West Pointers in gold sweaters played all afternoon without a substitution against a Notre Dame team that has the finest record in the U. S. Time and again Army tacklers broke through to down shifty Moon Mullins and Sprinter Jack Elder. In the second quarter Elder, on his four-yard line, got to an Army pass. Instead of knocking it down and covering receivers, in the fashion proper for goal-line defenders, he caught it, raced 96 yards for the only touchdown of the game....

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