Sport: Football, Oct. 29, 1934

At the season's peak, more than 1,000,000 spectators watch U. S. football games every Saturday. Last week's 15 most interesting games drew 450,000. In New York City four football crowds added up to 115,000. Biggest single bowlful of spectators (65,000) was at Pittsburgh.

The attraction at the Pitt Stadium was Minnesota and a game that seemed more likely than any other to have important consequence next month when experts begin the fantastic business of picking a U. S. champion. Minnesota's star halfback, Francis ("Pug") Lund, last season played 460 out of a...

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