The Yale freshmen had little difficulty in defeating the Princeton freshmen at Princeton, Saturday, 26 to 0. The Yale team completely outclassed Princeton 1918, gaining with little difficulty, by line plunging, end runs, and forward passes. Hutchinson was easily the star of the game, making most of the distance gained on rushes, as well as kicking two excellent field goals.
The Princeton team lost several chances to score, two attempts at field-goals going wide, and an opportunity for a touchdown being spoiled when one of their forward passes was intercepted. They showed flashes of offensive power, but lacked the final punch necessary to push the abll over their opponent's goal-line.