Sport: Who's Who

Two-platoon football, with its shuttle-relays of offensive and defensive teams, keeps fans frantically pawing their programs to find out who's who. This year the All-America pickers, too, suffered from the confusion. If a man played solely on offense—and never made a tackle all season—could he still be an All-American?

Pickers for the Associated Press, International News Service and Look sidestepped by naming offensive and defensive All-Americas; the United Press and Collier's bucked straight ahead and picked a single, old-fashioned eleven. By this week, 43 players had been named to somebody or other's All-America. Only four—Ohio State Halfback Vic Janowicz, Oklahoma Tackle Jim...

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