Sport: Open Season

Last week on more than 125 college fields, more than 250 football teams got their new uniforms dirty for the first time in the 1934 season.

At Palo Alto. Calif., where the temperature was almost 90°, the biggest crowd of the week (45,000) saw Santa Clara tie Stanford, 7-to-7, in the last quarter.

At Los Angeles, Southern California barely nosed out College of the Pacific, coached by Amos Alonzo Stagg, 6-to-0.

At West Point, Army gave its young Coach Gar Davidson the jitters for three periods, finally managed to beat Washburn, 19-to-0.

Northwestern's first...

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