Football: Jan. 13, 1930

Fumbles, extemporized plays, mixed signals never yet spoiled a pick-up game, since everyone is out for fun. The 49 Southern Conference players who turned out in Atlanta to help the Shrine children's hospitals, split up into Blues and Cardinals, but there were seven men from Tennessee on the Blues and they knew how to work together. Bobby Dodd's stout leg got off long punts and lank Buddy Hackman spun around ends, caught long passes. In the last period the Blue line softened, letting through Jones of Georgia Tech and Bethea of Florida—too late....

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