Football: Nov. 26, 1928

Notre Dame teams have ranged the country for many years, brawling on grid irons in the north, walloping the south and west. From time to time they play a game on their home grounds in order to prove to sceptical and moping opponents that Notre Dame possesses a campus, a student body and other educational paraphernalia as well as a coach and a football team. Since 1905 Notre Dame has always won its home games; this last week after disrupting the Army, Notre Dame's prowlers returned to Indiana and waited there for...

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