Sport: Football, Dec. 3, 1934

With five minutes left to play and the score 6-to-6, the biggest crowd of the year (80,000) saw Notre Dame's Andy Pilney drop back for a pass from his own 38-yd. line. The ball sailed across the line of scrimmage in a high arc, landed in the arms of Notre Dame's Dan Hanley who was dragged down by two tacklers on Army's 25-yd. line. Two line plays followed and then Pilney dropped back to pass again. This time, Hanley caught the ball just beyond the line of scrimmage, cut to the left, zigzagged 10...

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