'45 Football Team Loses to Green; Army Beats J.V.'s

55 Yard Run, Short Pass Beats Crimson

A 55 yard run by Jack Piebes, second string halfback, won the Jayvee game for the Cadets Saturday, as they nosed out the Crimson 13 to 7.

Ross Whittier carried the ball over the line for Harvard in a two-yard run in the second quarter. He went over on the second try, after Wally Camp caught a 16-yard pass by Caleb Loring following an Army fumble near midfield.

Army scored in the first period on a short pass by Wilson to Sylvester, and Scullen kicked the point. However his kick after Piebes' run was blocked by Harvard's Bill Parsons.

Army J. V. (13)

Le, Halpin, Sylvester, May; it. Collins, Ryder, Scullen; lg, Duffie, Taliaferro; c, Jordan, Rhae; rg, Earhart, Fore, Davis; rt Hughes, Michael; re, Tobey, Galloway; qb, Iuliucci, Cobb, Hynes; lhb, Thompson, Swisshelm; rhb, Corley, Piebes, Gorelangton, Maerten; fb, Wilson, Husu, Bolling.


Harvard J. V. (7)

Le, Lawrence, Parsons; it, Broiderick, Reeb, Rogstad, Shattuck; rg, Goethals, Atkins, George; rt Ellis, R. Fisher, Teal; re Parsons, Davenport, Wilson, Tatton; qb, Kamp, Strenzynski; lhb, Chase, Loring, Shattuck; rhb Tine, Gifford, Harvey, MacLelian; fb, Whittier, Heath, Teal.