Football: Oct. 20, 1924

Cornell's high-powered, underslung applecart had, up to last week, trundled through three seasons and two games without lurching. Then along came Williams—in particular Left End Ide of Williams. The Big Red applecart took a lurch, a swerve, a jolt on the thank-you-ma'm, and lumbered off the road 7 to 14. Ide, scion of Troy, N. Y., collar-makers, scored both Williams' touchdowns, one by whisking up a fumble, one by fastening on a pass. Cornell, fast and brawny, fumbled five times; Williams, fast and brainy, worked smoothly.

At Annapolis, another capsizing occurred. Marquette cruised all...

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