Sport: Football, Oct. 24, 1932

The week West Point announced that the youngest football coach in its history —2nd Lieutenant Garrison Davidson, Class of 1927—would replace Major Ralph Sasse at the end of the season, Army had its first major game of the year, against Pittsburgh. A 54-yd. run by Pitt's Left Halfback Warren Heller gave Pitt six points; a monster pass, Heller to Skladany, gave Pitt six more. Army got started toward the end of the half. Kilday bunted through Pitt's massive line for one touchdown; Fields, stopped three times on Pitt's 2-yd. line, went around end for...

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