Sport: Football, Oct. 16, 1933

Not for 32 years had Notre Dame failed to win an opening game, until last week when a determined University of Kansas squad repeatedly smashed Notre Dame's experienced line, held the game scoreless.

After journeying north for six consecutive years to be whaled by New York University, little West Virginia Wesleyan turned tables. A 200-lb. fullback named Len Barnum punched the ball to N. Y. U.'s 8-yd. line in the last period, kicked the winning field goal, 3-to-0.

"Doping" the Temple-Carnegie Tech game. Harvard Coach Eddie Casey wrote for the newspapers: "It should be...

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