Sport: Football, Nov. 12, 1934

The Harvard Lampoon and the Princeton Tiger got out a joint issue. Over the stadium at Soldiers Field a plane wrote in smoke: "H. vs. P. Good friends." After the game, the two squads dined together. Accompanied by such amenities, the first Harvard v. Princeton football game in eight years found Harvard just where it was in 1926, when Princeton's Jake Slagle ran wild and his teammates were accused of using seal rings. A recovered fumble gave Harvard's Fred Moseley a chance to reach Princeton's 49-yd. line...

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