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Intellects Gather Busy School Grid Playoff, 31 to 0


A host of former Ivy League athletes combined yesterday to give the Intellects the Business School touch football championship with a crushing 31 to 0 victory over Old D-1.

Ferd Nadherny, star of former Yale football and basketball teams, and Cliff Crosby, a regular on Crimson baseball and basketball squads, accounted for all five touchdowns.

Crosby was involved in four of the scores, passing for two and scoring a pair himself on aerials from Nadherny. He connected with Charlie Phipps on a 35-yard touchdown pass, and with George Goetz on a 29-yard throw.

Business School touch football All-Stars will meet the Law School All-Stars at 2 p.m. today in front of Dillon Field House. The Business School team is led by Princeton football stars George Sella and Jack McKenna, Columbia basketball player Norm Skinner, Crosby and Nadherny.

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