Sport: Football, Nov. 4, 1935

Negro Oze Edward Simmons, son of a Fort Worth janitor, arrived at the University of Iowa on a freight train, enrolled in the class of 1937, worked his way by washing cars. As a freshman, he ran through the entire Iowa varsity six times in one afternoon of football practice. As a sophomore, he was the star of an Iowa team that sometimes gave him half-hearted support. Last week, speedy, swivel-hipped, elusive Oze Simmons snaked through Illinois for a 71-yd. run & touchdown in the second period. Captain Dick Crayne made two more in...

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