Sport: Football, Dec. 2, 1940

Big-time college football teams are divided into two groups: those who are candidates for the post-season "gravy bowls," those who are not. Last week, while Stanford, Texas A. & M., Tennessee, Boston College and other anxious candidates prepared for their last and most important games of the season, the Ivy Leaguers and the Big Ten—frowning on more than eight games a season—rang down the curtain on the 71st year of U. S. football:

> At Columbus, Ohio, 73,000 rain-soaked fans witnessed a game long to be remembered. Michigan's hula-hipped Tom Harmon, foremost footballer of the year, ended his spectacular varsity career...

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