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Sport: Lessons in Razzle-Dazzle

The signal caller takes the snap from center, drops back as if to pass, then suddenly races downfield for a 16-yd. gain. Moments later the opposing quarterback...

Sport: Cantor for Evashevski

Every Monday quarterback knows that Grange could never have wriggled into the nation's headlines without Britton. Neither could have Harmon without Evashevski...

Sport: Plodders

Mile after mile over rutted alkali, on concrete, and through the brown ooze at the side of macadam, plodded the marathoners of Mr. C. C. ("Cash and Carry")...

Education: Sanctuary

If a committee of famed football coaches were to call on the average U. S. college president and offer him as a student a halfback like Red Grange, the...

Sport: Greater Than Grange

Michigan won the toss. Tom Harmon caught the kickoff, ran the ball back to Michigan's 30-yard line. In three plays, he and Bob Westfall made first down...

Sport: The Nonpareils

In the last half century in sport, which names glittered brighter than all the rest? This week, after polling some 400 U.S. sportwriters and broadcasters, the...

Sport: Midwestern Front

(See Cover) Thirty-five years ago last week the football team of West Virginia University met the Michigan team of Fielding H. ("Hurry Up") Yost at Ann Arbor...

Sport: Football: Professionals

What the Rose Bowl is to college football the annual playoff between the leaders of the Eastern and Western Divisions of the National Football League is to...

Letters: Dec. 15, 1924

Herewith are excerpts from letters come to the desks of the editors during the past week. They are selected primarily for the information they contain, either...

Football: Dec. 1, 1924

Thousands and thousands of dauntless football folk huddled on the dripping banks of the Yale Bowl, but there was "more water than people." Below them, out of...

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