Football: Oct. 27, 1924

An agile quarterback (one Mickey Dooley) hard to hold as a peeled potato, a giant blond halfback (Swede Oberlander) did well for Dartmouth against Yale, but they made one fumble apiece. That was why the Scoreboard bore the deadlock legend: "....14, ....14." To Yale went the moral victory, always the property of the weaker team when a tie occurs; to the spectators went the impression that the Blue was a team alert rather than capableĀ—a team that had played gallantly rather than well. Had it not been for the toe of a Sophomore...

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