Sport: Football, Nov. 19, 1934

Dazzled by double spinners, triple reverses, fake forwards and lateral-pass combinations, in which as many as six men handled the ball, Tulane was caught flat-footed against Andy Kerr's dexterous Colgate team, 20-to-6.

Outplayed by Notre Dame, Navy, undefeated in November for the first time in eight years, clung desperately to a three-point lead from Cutter's place-kick in the second quarter. In the last two minutes of the game, both teams scored—first Navy on a forward pass, then Notre Dame two plays later when Pilney ran the kick-off back to Navy's 23-yd. line. Navy...

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