Sport: Laurel Wreath

When Charley Caldwell went back to Princeton five years ago to become head football coach, Tiger alumni did a good job of restraining their enthusiasm. Hungry for a winning football team after years of indifferent records, many of them had been hoping for a big-name coach with a national reputation. Charley Caldwell, an old Tiger letterman (1922-24), had had his chief coaching success at Williams in the relative obscurity of the Little Three (Williams, Amherst, Wesleyan).

Within two years, Coach Caldwell lifted the alumni out of their grumps by winning his first Big Three title (over Harvard and Yale), then did it...

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