Sport: Football, Oct. 22, 1934

''. . . For several years Trojan football players have been the idols in the eyes of the mercenary population of Hollywood. Rather the Trojans thought they were idols, though actually they were as toys to some henna-haired beauty or to a film magnate. They were wined and dined and made to feel the world was theirs, when they were really just pawns. ... If S. C.'s gridders can forget the false friendship of Hollywood and buckle down to the task of football . . . there is nothing that can stop them...

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