Sport: Football, Jan. 9, 1933

Southern California 47, Pitt 14. That score, in 1930, was the most one-sided Tournament of Roses game on record until last week, when another Pitt team, out for revenge, went West to play Southern California again.

Homer Griffith of U. S. C. tossed a 33-yd. touchdown pass to Ford Palmer in the first quarter but the game did not really turn into a rout till after the half. Bright's pass to Griffith for a touchdown started it in the third quarter. In the fourth, Warburton's two touchdowns and another by Barber, when Coach...

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