Sport: Football, Nov. 20, 1933

With the score 7-to-7 and four minutes to play, Bill Corbus, Stanford's All-American guard, booted a place kick from the 23-yd. line over Southern California's goal posts. Thus fell, with a resounding crash, the fattest Humpty Dumpty of 1933 football and the first big one to fall. To make sure the pieces would not be put together again that day, Corbus kicked again, scored again, 13-to-7.

Stanford, with one of the speediest backfields on the Coast, looked better than it had looked for a long time. Nevertheless Southern California, which had held its perch...

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