The Business School all-stars captured the mythical big three graduate school touch football championship Saturday with a 13 to 0 victory over the Yale Law School all-stars. Yale had previously beaten an all-stars team from Princeton.
Dick Kazmaler and Dick Pivirotto passed up the game because of a conflicting exam, but the Busy School had little trouble with the Yalies, eventually using the defensive platoon on offense and the offensive platoon on defense.
Chuck Longsworth, late of Amherst, took a pass from Bill Sperry of Williams for a 40-yard gain and the first touchdown. Bob Jeffrey, also from Williams, converted on a naked reverse.
Jeff Power of Bowdoin ran 45 yards in the third period for the other touchdown.
Former Stars Play
Other former college stars in action for the Business School were Sam Carnahan of Oklahoma, Ed Leede and George Bissell of Dartmouth, Dick Hammer of Princeton, Ted Hummell of Lafayette, Dick Garrison of Trinity, Pat Parker of Williams, Tom Bushman of Notre Dame, Jack Hoffmire of Rutgers, and Pete Hager of Princeton.
Ted Arnberg, national four-event ski champion from Dartmouth, also played.