Sport: Unbeaten, Untied

In the late-November, or ear-nipping and climactic stage of college football, only two major teams were still unbeaten and untied. Georgia was a good Class B team plus a back who did almost everything right; U.C.L.A. was a powerhouse squad of 55 players, most of whom had seen action in every game this season.

Untrippable Trippi. Last week Georgia crunched helpless Auburn 41 to 0, had only Chattanooga and Georgia Tech left. The man who does most to make Georgia go is Charlie Trippi, son of a Pennsylvania coal miner. He has gained over a thousand yards in Georgia's eight games this...

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