Sport: Football, Nov. 9, 1931

In the Army-Yale game two years ago, a spry little Yale sophomore with a crooked nose, slightly bowed legs and a crest of stubborn dark hair stole the thunder of Army's famed Christian Cagle, made all three touchdowns that won for Yale (TIME, Nov. 4, 1929). This year, still Yale's greatest back, small Albert J. ("Albie") Booth is also Yale's captain. Although he has seldom been injured, and never seriously, he spends a good part of the time sitting on the bench, wearing an oversized woolen hood...

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