Sport: The Undefeated

The Army and Navy last week demonstrated that they are invincible, if only on a football field. In The Bronx and Philadelphia, on fields closely resembling duck soup, the Cadets and the Midshipmen kept their 1941 football records clean—Army for the fifth successive week, Navy for the sixth.

Navy's dreadnoughts swamped a previously unconquered Pennsylvania team, 13-to-6. Army's tanks rolled up no score, but theirs was a moral victory. For the foe they held to a 0-to-0 tie was Notre Dame.

At the beginning of the season, football experts predicted that Notre Dame's Frank Leahy, drafted from Boston College to coach at his...

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