The Press: All-American Scrimmage

No college football star hoping to make All-America takes it more seriously than the magazines which pick them. To the magazines All-Americas are a deadly business, an important piece of promotion involving the prestige of the magazines as well as their hired experts. And none takes them more seriously than Collier's, which regards its teams as lineal descendants of the late Walter Camp's All-Americas, and for 22 years has employed kindly Grantland Rice, "dean of the sportwriters," to do its picking.

Last week three magazines were scrimmaging in an all-American squabble. In splashy...

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