Football: Nov. 3, 1930

Albie Booth, who personally beat the Army last year, was the only player who had a 'chance of doing any open field running in the rain and mud at New Haven last week. As soon as he got in the game he intercepted a pass, but Army tacklers roughed him so thoroughly that he left immediately on a stretcher. The rest of the game was a dull pushing contest between two good lines, with the Army line better but not good enough to do the trick. Yale 7, Army 7.

Using trick line plays that...

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