Facts concerning the Harvard-Yale game are:
In the first half the University teams rushed the ball 30 times for a gain of 77 yards and for a loss of 3 yards, while Yale rushed 32 times gaining 116 yard and losing 2. The University team punted 4 times for a total distance of 178 yards, while Yale made 112 yards 4 punts. Harvard ran back kicks once for a gain of 14 yards, Yale ran back the ball once for 5 yards only. The University team did not fumble once; lost the ball 3 times on downs; and attempted one field goal. Yale fumbled once, but did not lose the ball; lost the ball twice on downs and made no attempts for field goals. The University team was penalized once for 5 yards, and Yale twice.
In the second half the University team made 33 rushes for a total gain of 106 yards and a loss of 16 yards. In 33 rushes Yale gained 101 yards and lost 10. Harvard punted 5 times for a distance of 135 yards, while Yale in 6 punts made 210 yards. Harvard did not run back any kicks, while Yale gained 39 yards in 5 attempts. Once the University team fumbled and lost the ball, but did not lose once on downs. Yale made no fumbles; never lost the ball on downs, and tried for no goals from the field. Harvard was penalized 10 yards to Yale's 5 yards.
Harvard's average gain by rushing was 2 8-9 yards, while Yale's was 3 7-16 yards. Rurr's punts averaged 34 7-9 yards and Yale's 32 1-5 yards. In running back kicks the University eleven averaged 1 6-7 yards, their opponents 8 1-2 yards Harvard put in four substitutes, Yale 8.