Sport: Football, Nov. 2, 1936

That college footballers receive recompense, financial or otherwise, is a fact which, ever since it dawned on them a decade or so ago, has excited sportswriters almost as much as it has bored the rest of the U. S. public. That the racket of proving that college football as a racket is interminable was suggested again last week by an article by solemn Sportswriter John R. Tunis in the American Mercury. Last summer, in a book called Was College Worth While? Harvardman Tunis saluted his alma mater's tercentenary by trying to show...

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