Sport: Football, Oct. 26, 1936

In Philadelphia, trying to stretch the second-best current winning streak in the U. S. to 13 games in a row, Princeton got past Pennsylvania's 10-yd. line five times, past its goal-line never. Penn's touchdown, on Quarterback Lew Elverson's 57-yd. run before the game was ten minutes old, made the score the same as that of Princeton's last defeat—by Yale in 1934—7-to-0.

When his father was head coach at Southern Methodist, young Jack Morrison refused to enroll there, said "I want to make good on my own." At Vanderbilt, he made the freshman team. Last...

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