Sport: Football, Nov. 2, 1931

All the excitement of the Army-Yale game came in two minutes at the beginning of the last quarter. Army finished a long march with a touchdown. Parker, who caught the kickoff, ran it back 88 yd. for a touchdown which tied the score. Then, on the next play, there occurred the accident which turned the game, for both teams and such of the 75,000 spectators as guessed what had happened, into an appalling tragedy.

Lassiter caught the Army kick-off and was downed on the Yale 22-yd. line. Lassiter got up but an Army end...

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