Sport: All-America

Most news services and many large newspapers have their All-American football teams. Their selections may be shrewd, but they are generally forgotten when Collier's appears, as it did last week, with the All-America of All-Americas. Sportswriter Grantland Rice & aides, successors to the late Walter Camp, lined up the following players as the best possible team for 1933:

Ends: Joseph Skladany (Pittsburgh) and Frank Larson (Minnesota)

Tackles: Francis Wistert (Michigan) and Fred Crawford (Duke)

Guards: William Corbus (Stanford) and Aaron Rosenberg (Southern Cali- fornia)

Centre: Charles Bernard (Michigan)

Quarterback: Irvine Warburton (Southern California)

Halfbacks: Duane...

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