|Headline from an article that appeared|
in the Havana Post, Jan. 1, 1922, p.15.
Mississippi quarterback Calvin Barbour had a slightly different take on the game's outcome. He blamed Ole Miss's lack of scoring on the officiating. Barbour claimed that the referees disallowed three touchdowns due to penalties. He said that when his team realized that the game was not being called their way, they started to have fun and not care about winning. Barbour may have been correct because all of the officials were former players for the Cuban Athletic Club and were probably not impartial.
|Photo of the view of Morro Castle from|
the Malecón in Havana, Cuba in 1921.