Football: Nov. 29, 1926

The Golden Bears of California galloped and lunged up and down a field as green as the Irish flag— but what else could they do? Once, after blocking a Stanford punt, Captain Griffin scored a touchdown, but "Father" Warner's Stanford stunners came on, two by two. In the first period the Stanford regulars scored two touchdowns, in the second period, two, in the last period the substitutes crossed the line twice more so that their team, unbeaten still, won their last game and the West Coast championship, 41 to 6. Richards of...

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