Football: Nov. 19, 1928

> There are rare moments in sport when a game becomes more than a game; when chance permits a climax beyond the ability of art, to arrange a climax remote from the pattern of the game and in itself glorious or sad. Such a moment occurred last week at the end of the football game in which Notre Dame played against the Army.

Notre Dame has a famous football coach, Knute Rockne, who never turns out feeble teams. Yet he has off-seasons and he remarked last week, "I am not worrying this year—I only worry...

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