Sport: Football, Dec. 26, 1932

The solemn task of selecting All-America football teams starts about the middle of November when sportswriters, coaches and colyumists begin to air their views. It goes on until Sportswriter Grantland Rice, who is generally considered to be the Ail-American selector of All-America teams because he inherited the job with Collier's from the late Walter Camp, announces his selections. The Grantland Rice All-America team for 1932, compiled with the aid of seven sportswriters who saw the teams which Grantland Rice missed:

Left End: Paul Moss (Purdue)

Left Tackle:...

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