Sport: Football, Dec. 11, 1933

"I have stopped thinking. This gang may go out and play its head off and win or it may beat itself on its mistakes as it has been doing all season.''—Notre Dame's Coach Heartly (''Hunk") Anderson before last week's game with Army.

"Well, we were long overdue. . . . You know, eight of the eleven starting for us were playing their last game and they just decided to go out and win a ball game for themselves." — Coach Anderson, after Notre Dame beat Army, 13-12.

Army went into the game undefeated, untied. Notre Dame had...

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