HAUGHTON MEMORIAL WILL BE DEDICATED DAY OF YALE GAME
Active preparations for the installation of the memorial to the late P. D. Haughton '99, famous University football coach from 1908 to 1916; were started yesterday when the fringe of bushes south of the locker building on Soldiers Field was torn out to make room for the memorial.
The dedication of the monument, which will consist of a stone block bearing two bas-reliefs of Haughton, will take place on November 19, the day of the Yale football game. One of the bronze figures will show the famous mentor in a familiar pose, with one knee on the ground and a megaphone poised to bark out some command on the gridiron; the other will depict him at his coaching specialty, punting.
The location of the memorial will probably be temporary, because the University is looking forward to a new field house.