Sport: Football, Dec. 4, 1933

There is a popular belief that when traditional football rivals meet for their Big Game sheer fighting spirit may help the weaker team beat the stronger. That was the only possible theory by which Navy could have expected to defeat Army last week at Philadelphia, a feat it had not accomplished since 1921. So intense was Navy's will to win, it led Army 7-to-6 at the end of the first period.

The game had hardly started when "Beany" Johnson, Army quarterback, caught a punt on his 18-yd. line and, with perfect interference, dashed along an...

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