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Carroll Lowenstein has risen from fifth to third place in the Ivy League individual passing records as a result of his completing 16 out of 33 pauses in the Princeton game, according to statistics relined yesterday.
Lowenstein has completed a total of 51 passes out of 107 in six games. His throws have gained 691 yards and five touchdowns.
Columbia's Miteheli Price has the leading passing record with 60 completions out of 111 tries for a total of 870 yards. Reds Ragnell of Pennsylvania ranks second, scoring seven touchdown on 54 out of 106 completed passes:
Dartmouth's Johnnie Clayton is in fourth place. He ahs completed 49 out of 103 passes, and is tied with Bagnell for touchdown passes.
Yale's Ed Senay still leads in rushing with 543 yards gained in 93 attempts, although his team was idle last Saturday.
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