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FOOTBALL ISSUE: M FOR CROONING
?Rudy Vallee learned the Stein Song as a loyal freshman at the University of Maine although he later transferred to Yale.—ED.
FOOTBALL ISSUE: MORE OF SAME?
Being a basketball fanatic, I am wondering whether you will have any such preview-of the nation's cage teams.
?Basketball will be previewed.—ED.
OLYMPIC OATH (CONT.)
I see no reason why any spectator who has at any time in his career witnessed, or who has had at any time any intention of witnessing or at any time associated with anyone who has witnessed, a professional sport should be allowed to foul the virgin air of our amateur arenas!
Why, just the other day, while watching some of our unsubsidized young men prancing around the cinders at a furious pace, I discovered to my utmost horror and disgust that seated! next to me was Harry Bloop, who is a rabid follower of the (ugh!) pro football Philadelphia eagles (capitalization would be unthinkable!). Naturally, I immediately scurried to the other side of the stadium.
I also think that we should build clean new stadiums all over the country, so that our true amateurs may perform with a complete feeling of respectability at all times. And how about the people who watch baseball on television—and pro basketball, and boxing. The very idea! And people who work for a living in the manufacture of sporting goods...selling hot dogs, tickets...collect pro autographs...we'll show them, keep 'em out!
WHERE TO GO?