Sport: Football, Sep. 14, 1936

For no better reason than that they were invited to do so by the Chicago Tribune, New York Herald Tribune and i So other newspapers throughout the U. S., a total of 8,348,797 football addicts this summer voted for a coaching staff and squad to meet two professional teams in September for charity. Bernie Bierman of Minnesota was chosen head coach by 3,872,251 votes, a plurality of more than a million over Notre Dame's Elmer Layden who ran second. Among players graduated from college last June, Flalfback Jay Berwanger of Chicago had the strongest...

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