Sport: College Try

On U. S. football fields last week the good old college try resulted in many a dizzy, topsy-turvy game:

>In the Yale Bowl, Fritz Crisler's Michigan team, which had lost to Minnesota in the last five minutes of play the week before, turned the tables by snatching the game from Ducky Pond's surprisingly scrappy Yale eleven five minutes before the final gun. Thus, with a 15-10-13 victory Michigan avenged the trouncing Yale handed her the last time they met—in 1883.*

>On Franklin Field, before 60,000 spectators, young George Munger's young Penn team, fighting desperately to regain...

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