Football: Nov. 4, 1929

Just before the last whistle blew at New Haven, a sign was carried around asking people to keep off the field after the game because the Army wanted to use it for maneuvers. An ironic roar arose from Yale watchers who had seen their team, behind at the end of the half, use it for sensational football. Unstoppable little Albert J. Booth Jr., 144-pound halfback, showed Mother Yale and his own mother, who was watching him play, how easy it was to score every one of his team's three touchdowns against Army's much-touted Cagle...

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