Football: Oct. 29, 1928

¶ West Point, which had never beaten Harvard, and only once in 14 games achieved a touchdown, journeyed to Cambridge last week. As soon as the game began, Harvard's Capt. French fumbled his centre's pass which led to an Army touchdown. A kick for the point, another touchdown and a safety brought the Army's total to 15. Harvard scored no points at all.

¶ Georgia Tech, called the "Golden Tornado," defeated Notre Dame for the first time in seven years, 13—0.

¶ Eighty thousand people gathered in Berkeley to watch Southern California grapple scorelessly with California.

¶ Syracuse gladiators journeyed to...

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