People, Jan. 3, 1938

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

University of Colorado's bespectacled 20-year-old Byron Raymond ("Whizzer") White, All-America back and 1937's high college football scorer (122 points) who this week plays in the Cotton Bowl game against Rice Institute, was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University where his brother Samuel is currently a Rhodes Scholar.

"This team has great strength on the attack. Indeed, I defy anybody to pick a more offensive aggregation." So wrote massive, loudly liberal Columnist Heywood Broun, old New York World sports reporter, in his syndicated column, picking his own 1937 All-America Stuffed-Shirt Eleven. Eliminating a...

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