J. W. L.
November 1970
New Yorker;11/21/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 40, p105
The article presents updates on college football in the United States, as of November 21, 1970. Princeton University's football team lost 22-27 to Yale University in the Yale Bowl. The U.S. Army team suffered its ninth defeat of the season at the hands of the University of Oregon at West Point. Dartmouth University lost to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.


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