Booters Load for Bear at Noontime; Jayvee Eleven Shades Brown, 14-13
Miklos and Harrison Star in Windy Game
The accurate kicking too of Bucky Harrison and the passing arm of Frank Miklos gave the Crimson Jayvee football team a 14 to 13 victory over their Brown counterparts yesterday as a blustery 25 mile per-hour wind played a considerable role in the scoring at the Bruins' home stadium.
Chief Boston's eleven took advantage of the mild gale at its back to cross the Brown goal once in each of the first and third periods--first on a 31-yard pass from Miklos to pierce Leavitt, then on a short Miklos pitch to Jim Rossiter.
Wind Aids Brown, Too
Bruin Jayvees also used the wind as they scored one touchdown in the second quarter on a 24-yard heave and one with two minutes left to go on a plunge. The second try for the point after touchdown was wide and the Crimson held the ball until the gun went off.
Halfback Bill Brady helped save the day for Harvard when, with the Crimson in possession of the ball on its own three yard line in the third stanza, he scooted off tackle to the Brown 25.