Sport: Football, Nov. 30, 1931

With the most imposing three-season record in football history—25 victories, one tie, no defeats-at South Bend. Ind., in the new brick stadium dedicated to late great Coach Knute Kenneth Rockne (see p. 40), Notre Dame played the team that was the last to beat it, husky, well-trained Southern California. In the second period, Notre Dame made its first touchdown. After a 55-yd. march, Fullback Joe Banas leaped over the scrimmage and across the goal line. In the second half, Notre Dame received the kickoff and scored again, in four plays. This time, Halfback...

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