Crime Prevails

The hale and hearty staff of The Crimson trounced the forces of the Yale Daily News in touch football this morning at Soldiers Field Park, coming back from behind to clinch The Game, 23-2.

Though the Yalies struggled gamely, The Crimson's well-refreshed team overpowered their opponents with a dazzling display of strategy and skill. Francis J. Connolly '79, the lame duck quarterback, scrambled 95 yards for a magnificent touchdown to put The Crimson in the lead.

Stunned by this feat, the Yalies looked on helplessly as The Crimson machine rolled on, helped by second-string wide receiver Robert O. Boorstin '81.