Football: Oct. 20, 1930

When Quarterback Downs of Georgia ran back Yale's kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown, the Yale stands groaned. Could their team lose on a fluke? But there was no fluke about the Georgia march in the last period, or the passes that sailed straight into the arms of white-shirted Catfish Smith, the slippery end who beat Yale last year. Yale was the lucky side, profiting by the rarest accident in football—an airline recovery of a fumble which Barnes carried over after the ball bounced to him out...

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