Sport: U.S. v. Canada

The U.S. and Canada had at each other on a London football field last week. The field, with barrage ballons loafing palely overhead in the springtime sky, was London's White City Stadium. There were no cheerleaders, chrysanthemums, furry beauties or meandering drunks; but there was plenty of color. The crowd of 55,000 uniformed men & women heard a U.S. band blast out the Stars and Stripes Forever and the Notre Dame Victory March, and Canada's musicians, in a dozen different tartans, shook the air with the skirling of 112 massed bagpipes.

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