Sport: Football, Oct. 31, 1932

Football attendance in the East is 20% lower this year than last. In the Midwest, it is 15% lower. On the Pacific Coast it is approximately unchanged. This is because Stanford, with what looks like a better team than any since 1926, has drawn bigger crowds than last year. Biggest crowd of last week—65,000—was at Palo Alto to watch Stanford play Southern California for the game that was likely to decide the Coast Conference Championship and perhaps—since Southern California is scheduled to play Notre Dame and Stanford to play Pitt—the mythical championship of...

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