Johns Hopkins' "Haughtonized" football team has shown remarkable progress this year. Previous to this year when C. E. Brickley '15 undertook the coaching of the team the recent seasons have been disastrous. Not a single victory was registered in 1913, and last year the season was broken up by the fatal injury of Layfield. An example of this year's prowess is the defeat last Saturday of Mount St. Mary's, who formerly held and often defeated Johns Hopkins, by the score of 55 to 0.
Johns Hopkins in Good Form
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