ON COLLEGE GRIDIRONS
Boynton of Williams Has Been Going Great Guns, Scoring Nineteen Touchdowns and 124 Points
Four leading Eastern college elevens were dropped from the select group of unbeaten teams as a result of Saturday's games. Those to fall from their lofty perches near the top rungs of the football ladder were Cornell, Brown, Georgetown and Washington and Jefferson. The University and Princeton having avoided the abyss of defeat by playing a tie game, are two among the seven who can still display clean slates. The others are Penn State, Pittsburg, Wesleyan, Stevens Tech and Boston College.
Penn State and Boston College have not even been tied in their games to date, while each of the other five has engaged in a drawn battle. Hugo Bezdek's eleven with its total of 252 joints in seven contests, is reckoned as the most powerful scoring machine in the East. Williams College with 255 points in five wins and two defeats is the second best scoring outfit, while the Army with six victories and only one setback is third with 225.
Boynton Roils Up Big Total
Boynton of Williams is still the supreme scorer with a total of 124 points, his 19 touchdowns, being the most scored by any football player in the United States this season. Kaw of Cornell is a poor second with 72 points. French of the Army holds third place with 66. Lazelle of Williams has kicked the most goals from touchdowns, 22 in number, while Peck of Wesleyan is the leading field goal expert, with seven to his credit.
Following are the records of the pacesetters in individual scoring to date. The columns, from left to right, indicate touchdowns, goals after touchdowns, goals from field and total points registered: