Football Notes: Nov. 26, 1923

Deducting infants in arms, criminals in chancery, European absentees and determined aesthetes from the sum total of U. S. population, statisticians demonstrated that about one in every hundred citizens in the country attended football games on Saturday, Nov. 17.

The largest assemblage sardined its way into the 70,000 or more seats of the Yale bowl at New Haven. Yale developed further phases of the argument that it has the best team in the East by smothering Princeton 27 to 0. A squadron of destroyers behind a line of dreadnoughts, the Yale backs and...

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