Yale defeated Colgate College at New Haven on Saturday by the score of 36 to 0, in a game in which Colgate made first down only three times. Long runs by Philbin and Murphy were frequent, but the chief feature of the game was the successful field-goal kicking by Coy. Yale scored in this way twice during the first half once from the 30-yard line and again from the 42-yard line. In the second half Philbin scored twice after making two long end-runs. The forward pass was used to advantage several times, and Logan scored once more after recovering an onside kick on Colgate's 45-yard line. McDonald, Thurber, and Woodman played the best game for Colgate, but constant fumbling made steady gaining by them impossible.