Sport: Rose, Sugar, Cotton . . .

There are those who believe there is no justification for post-season Bowl games. Yet last week every Bowl was brimful. Millions of football fans, who used to spend New Year's Day holding their heads, sat at their radios holding their breath. For, wherever they turned, they heard "the most exciting game ever. . . ."

At Pasadena, the Rose Bowl, oldest and most coveted of U. S. bowl games, drew the largest crowd: 91,500.* They went to see the final reel in the rags-to-riches thriller that made Clark Shaughnessy and his Stanford team the...

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