Booth, Albert

Booth, (Albert James, Jr.) “Albie”

(1908–59) football player; born in New Haven, Conn. A tricky runner, adequate passer, and clever punter, "Little Boy Blue" was a legendary, 144-pound tailback for strong Yale teams (1929–31).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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She is also survived by her 5 grandchildren, Cory and John Comeau, Steven and Grace Booth, Albert Afonso; her 3 brothers, Rick, Peter and Robert de Mello and many nieces and nephews.Family and friends are encouraged to attend a graveside service to be held on Wednesday, Oct.
The line-up on that prize night includes, on the back row, left to right: Stan Booth, Albert Gamble, Bernie Pugh, Eddie Abbey, Les Hutchinson, Derek Atkinson (captain), Roy Sigsworth and Boyce Butters.
Harrison made several super saves to keep Ludlow at bay before Lye scored three goals in the last ten minutes through Lee Booth, Albert Johnson and a length-of-the-pitch solo by Cornfield.