An analysis of the scoring in the six games played so far this season shows that the University has piled up 115 points through 15 touchdowns, five field-goals, and ten goals from touchdowns.
Princeton has totalled 113 points by means of 15 touchdowns, four field-goals, nine goals from touchdowns, and one safety. After 15 touchdowns, Princeton kicked only nine of her goals. The University's average is only slightly better, however, for out of the same number of touchdowns, Coach Fisher's men kicked only ten goals.
For the Crimson eleven, Owen is the high scorer with 21 points gained from three touchdowns and one placement kick. Pfaffman stands second in the list with 20 points from two touchdowns, 2 field-goals, and 2 goals after touchdowns. He is the only member of the Crimson squad who has scored in three different ways. Chapin, with 18 points scored on three touchdowns, stands third, followed by Gehrke and Rouillard who each have 12 points to their credit scored by two touchdowns. Buell is next in order, having totalled nine points through one drop-kick and six goals from touchdowns.
Crum and Gray are tied for first place among the high scorers on the Princeton eleven, each having three touchdowns to his credit. Bergen and Cleaves are likewise tied for second place with two touchdowns apiece. Smith follows with ten points scored through two drop-kicks and four goals after touchdowns.
The following tables show the points made by the Crimson and Tiger players:
*Princeton also scored two points in the Virginia game by a safety.