Football: Dec. 15, 1924

The football curtain was rung up again for one or two encores. Chief of these was at Los Angeles, whither Syracuse repaired to try the mettle of Southern California. It was a dangerous thing to do. The Trojans' chests bulged under their shirts, their linemen bulged through the Syracuse line, their backfield bulged right past the Syracuse goal, twice. In addition, Trojan Hawkins kicked a field goal. The Californians clearly outdid their visitors. Only twice did they permit big John McBride of Syracuse to get near enough to try his toe at...

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