Sport: At Rest

Four games played in 1935 laid the 1934 collegiate football season away to rest in history.

Rose Bowl At Pasadena, Calif, the biggest crowd (85,000) packed a stadium decorated with bunches of flowers to watch the game between Stanford and Alabama. Alabama's Halfback Millard (''Dixie") Howell gained 273 yd. His longest run (67 yd.) made one Alabama touchdown while his phenomenally accurate passes, mostly to End Don Hutson, paved the way to two more. Swamped by three touchdowns and a field goal in the second quarter, Stanford marched bravely to a touchdown in the third but still had no defense for the...

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