Mark BrazaitisSports Editor
Quarterback Tom Yohe, noted for his famous first halves, starts The Game with a cast wrapped on his right leg. He throws a pair of first-half touchdowns but is re-injured as the clock expires at the end of the second quarter.
Quarterback Rod MacLeod, noted for his famous second halves, fires two second-half TDs.
Yale scores a touchdown here, a touchdown there.
Harvard Coach Joe Restic declares The Game, "A great college football game," as he does after most Saturday showdowns.
Everyone is happy. Harvard wins, 28-14.
Julio VarelaAssistant Sports Editor
With Harvard down, 29-13, with 42 seconds left in The Game, the Crimson stages a momentous comeback...
No, wait, that's already happened.
Instead, this year's Game will end in a scoreless tie. The fans threaten to storm the field unless a winner is determined.
The officials agree and decide that the only way to determine the winner of The Game is to have both coaches arm wrestle on the 50-yd. line.
Carm Cozza is no match for Joe Restic. Harvard wins The Game, 3-0.
Harvard fans hoist Restic on their shoulders. The bitterness of the season has turned sweet. The Stadium roars.
Jennifer M. FreyAssistant Sports Editor
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