Sport: Football, Nov. 7, 1932

Arriving in Pittsburgh for the most important game of the week, Notre Dame's Coach Heartly ("Hunk") Anderson gave a satisfied sniff. Reporters asked him why. Said Coach Anderson: "The weather . . . it's nice, and that's all we ask." Nice weather was all that Notre Dame got. A crowd of 65,000, biggest of the week, watching two undefeated teams each with a chance for the championship of the U. S., saw the most surprising upset of the season so far, Pitt 12, Notre Dame 0.

Pitt's two touchdowns came in two minutes,...

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