Football: Oct. 28, 1929

After practicing for a week in Philadelphia, California's Golden Bears (average, 182 lb.) roughed Gentle and mastered Masters after he had scored one touchdown. Penn woke up to the hidden ball trick after the second period and nobody could score at all. California 12, Penn 7.

When Cagle made the Army's third touchdown Harvard looked through, but Harding caught a long pass standing on the goal line, then fell across it, and 57,000 people saw Wood kick the goal that tied the score. Army 20, Harvard 20.

Cornell could not put anything in Wittmer's way when he...

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