Sport: No. 42

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The score was 6-6 and the first half had only three minutes left. The ball was Princeton's, on Harvard's 31-yard line. Fourth down, nine to go.

As the orange & black huddle broke up, the Princeton team trotted into its single-wing formation. The quarterback barked, the ball shot back from the center. The slim tailback with No. 42 on his jersey took the pass, waist high; with practiced ease he threw a screen pass. It was good for a first down on the Harvard ten. On the next play, pivoting as precisely...

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