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The little men who make the rules have tried to equalize football for all by legislation. It would have been much simpler to have ruled that only 33 players home or traveling squads can be dressed for any one game; and that a school may dress different men next week, but only 33 at any one time. This is the usual size of pro squads.
Your magazine is doing well in its first two months. In writing this I am assuming that it is good to stand for something. I sincerely believe there has been no remedy to college football in these two seasons of legislation. Every college is worse off than before. The pros are gaining in popularity by leaps and bounds.
?Says our Mr. Hickman: From Michigan State's viewpoint the 35-0 defeat of Notre Dame might have been the perfect game but I am sure that Notre Dame did not have the same feeling. College football is only important because it's a game for the participants to enjoy?no one should be forced to be just an offensive center.?ED.
"Johnny: What is an atheist, Pop?
"Pop: An atheist is a man who doesn't care who wins the Notre Dame-S.M.U. game."
"Even though President Eisenhower could see the political handwriting on the wall, he managed to keep his sense of humor during the closing days of the campaign.
"Early this week, after an appraising look at the long faces about him, he asked solemnly: 'Boys, do you know the definition of an atheist?'
"His party workers snapped to attention. Obviously the boss had some important message on Communism.