Sport: Triumvirate

The glamorous ball-carriers of 20 years ago are carrying the ball again. Last week Illinois' Galloping Ghost of 1924 joined two of Notre Dame's famed 1924 Four Horsemen to form a ruling triumvirate of pro football: 1) ex-Horseman Elmer Layden, now serving his third season as $20,000-a-year commissioner of the National League; 2) ex-Horseman Jim Crowley, named last fortnight as the boss of the newly organized All-America Conference; 3) Harold ("Red") Grange, elected president of the also-projected U.S. League. Still to be heard from was Trans-America, the third of the embryo leagues (TIME,...

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