Sport: Football, Oct. 15, 1934

Of the 200 games that sent the season into full swing last week, the most spectacular single play was a 90-yd. runback of North Carolina's first kick-off by Krouse of Tennessee. A point behind at halftime, Tennessee managed to pound out a touchdown in each of the last two periods, 19-to-7.

In the days when halfbacks wore handlebar mustaches and laced their canvas jackets up the front, football rivalry between Yale and Columbia was a fixture of the sport. They played 17 games. Yale won all but the fourth...

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