Sport: Football, Dec. 5, 1932

The score was Colgate 6, Brown 0 The ball was on the Colgate 1-yd. line. There was time for just one more play in the first half. Brown's 162-lb. Quarterback Robert Ramsay Chase took the ball. There was a squirming pile of players, a moment of silence while the referee examined the position of the ball. It was still two inches from the goal line.

In the second half, Colgate, instead of playing safe to protect its lead, used its six points as an excuse for taking chances. The chances turned out well. Colgate's...

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