International: Football

For several years it has been increasingly apparent that to cope with the best teams from elsewhere in the country, Yale, Harvard and Princeton, traditional Big Three of college football, needed more stringent coaching, less stringent entrance examinations. The fact that Yale backs no longer need to know their latin conjugations and declensions did not help them much against Georgia last week. Never before beaten three times in a row by any team except Harvard, Yale came out of its Bowl at New Haven beaten for the...

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