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HARVARD SURPASSES YALE AND PRINCETON IN PUNTING

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Football critics agree that Harvard had the edge on Yale and Princeton as far as putting in last Saturday's games was concerned. For while both Jenkins and Mosely won warm praise for their work, O'Hearn of Yale was the only one of several punters employed by either the Elis or Princeton whose work was satisfactory.

Of the Yale game with North Carolina, the Comment is: "If there was any weakness displayed by Yale it was that of the kickers. O'Hearn's work was superb but his understudies are poor"; and of the Princeton John Hopkins game, "Not one of Princeton's punters showed the necessary speed in getting off his kicks, with the result that almost half a dozen attempts were blocked or booted into the opposing players."

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