Sport: Football, Oct. 30, 1933

In Princeton's Osborne Field House, Coach Fritz Crisler hung a large cardboard panel with the photographs of the Columbia players pasted in formation positions. As each Princeton man passed the board on his way to practice he would pause to eye one of the pictures and rehearse what he proposed to do to the original when Columbia and Princeton met last week.

As a rule coaches save such fire-kindling measures for the Big Game of the season, but last week's game was a big one for Princeton. Not because the rivalry between Princeton and...

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