Sport: Football, Nov. 5, 1934

Week before the Louisiana State-Vanderbilt football game at Nashville, Senator Huey P. Long generously announced that he would finance the trip for 1,500 cadets, lend $7 to any other Louisiana State student who lacked funds. Purpose of the junket, said the "Kingfish," was to give the university a good name. At a student meeting, he gave out rules: "No liquor . . . no pulling the bell cord. . . . Don't take me lightly. . . ."

At Baton Rouge, after Louisiana students, some of whom were not above using pseudonyms to get the...

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