Sport: Football, Nov. 6, 1933

In giving the Yale varsity practice against Army formations, the Yale scrub squad assumed the names of Army players. But no scrub could have impersonated Halfback Jack Buckler vividly enough to prepare Yale for what the real Buckler did last week. Repeatedly swift-footed Buckler took the ball on the run, drew back his arm as if to pass. While the Yale defense scattered. Buckler might streak around end. Or he might pass, while sprinting like a jackrabbit. Seven times his passes plumped into Army hands for total gains of 148 yd. Twice they...

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