Sport: Turnstiles & Touchdowns

How long could the 27-year-old National (pro) Football League ignore the existence of its baby brother, the two-year-old All-America Conference? For the past two weeks, in a turnstile war in New York City, the new league has outdrawn the old. This week, 39,012 cash customers went to Yankee Stadium to see the talented New York Yankees roll by the Buffalo Bills, 35-13, and cinch All-America's eastern division championship.

The Yankees, as usual, relied on their Mutt & Jeff combination. The little man was swift, 5 ft. 5 Buddy Young, star Negro halfback of last year's University of Illinois team, who has kept...

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