Sport: Sputter

The 1937 football season flared up and sputtered out for good last week on 1938's first day when 14 teams met in well-ballyhooed post-season games. Six were Bowl games, a unique U. S. institution founded for the purpose of publicizing southern winter resorts. The seventh was a game for charity, between picked players from Eastern and Western colleges.* played at San Francisco for the 13th year for the benefit of the Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children.

¶For the Rose Bowl game, No. 1 game of the day, 90,000 people besieged Pasadena to see the University...

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