Football: Oct. 14, 1929

Bewildered by Louisiana's trick of protecting the man with the ball, a nervy, inexperienced University of Mexico team in Mexico City lost the first football game ever played between a U. S. and a Mexican college, 59-0.

Pop Warner's eleven big Stanfordians baked Oregon's apple in three periods. Even the subs who got their chance in the fourth scored a touchdown. Stanford 33, Oregon 7.

Whenever Princeton passed, a purple shirt was in the way, but after playing even all afternoon Princeton stopped passing, slammed eight plays through the line to beat Amherst...

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