Sport: U. S. C. v. Notre Dame

The football game on which depended Southern California's claim for the U. S. "championship" began surprisingly with twelve men playing for Southern California. Coaches Jones of U. S. C. and Anderson of Notre Dame had agreed to give Southern California's injured Quarterback Orville Mohler the honor of holding the ball for the kickoff. The game ended even more surprisingly with Notre Dame, a fortnight after belaboring Army 21 to 0 in New York, roundly beaten for the second time this year, 13 to 0. In the first quarter occurred a prolonged, painful, unproductive...

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