Football: Nov. 24, 1930

A flash, a moment of gameness was all that Princetonians asked of a team which since the beginning of the season had not beaten anybody except one minor opponent. Instead, scored on by a fluke field goal in the first two minutes, Princeton somehow became for i hr., 19 min. one of the great teams of the U. S. The heroes were the linesmen, led by Mexican-born Capt. Ricardo Mestres, who broke through to drop the great Yale backs, and Quarterback Trix Bennett who played without a rest, who scored the touchdown that...

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