Sport: Out of the Woods

After five days of hot-potato passing between the Pentagon Building and the White House, the top football game of the year—Army v. Navy—was finally moved from the seclusion of Annapolis' Thompson Stadium (capacity 18,000) to Baltimore Stadium (with temporary stands, 70,000 to 80,000). Several hundred thousand more would like to see the two service teams slug it out on Dec. 2. Last week in its final warmup, Navy played without its top running back, Bob Jenkins, made liberal use of reserves (even used subs not listed on the program) to breeze by Purdue, 32-to-0. Army fumbled and bumbled, but had power...

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