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With both scores coming in the second period the Crimson Jayvees fought the Tiger Junior Varsity eleven to a 7-7 tie at Princeton Saturday afternoon.
Eluding the Princeton secondary Pete Thompson dashed 55 yards for the Crimson touchdown and Frazier Curtis converted from placement to tie up the score.
The Tigers, tallied first when on the fourth play in the second period Johnny Langhill went over from the two-yard stripe with Chick Rainier booting the extra point. Leading up to the Orange and Black score was Rainier's series of smashes from the 30-yard line.
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