Stop me if you've heard this one before. Back in 1941, the standard process for reporting football scores was to call or telegram the sports desk at area newspapers. Jerry Croyden, the sports information director at Plainfield Teachers College in New Jersey, dutifully called newspapers from Philadelphia to New York City to report the school's 24-0 victory over Chesterton. He did the same the following week when the Plainfield Phantoms upset Scott 12-0. The same occurred as the victories mounted in the coming weeks when Plainfield shut out three more opponents, winning the sixth game when they gave up a lone field goal in a win over Winona.