Sport: One Dozen All-Americas

Even before the first whistle blew this season, sportswriters knew which four men belonged in anybody's All-America backfield. Obviously, two of them were Army's durable Davis & Blanchard; the other two were Georgia's Charlie Trippi and Notre Dame's Quarterback Johnny Lujack. Last week, with every sports editor puffing into print with his own All-America team, the same four men turned up on almost everybody's list. Only Grantland Rice—who picks Collier's All-America team, the nearest thing to an official selection—was different. Granny Rice couldn't decide between Lujack and Army's Arnold Tucker, finally took...

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