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Sports Served Short – Strength Magazine – February, 1930

The football season is over, and that is that, Notre Dame, Pitt, Purdue, and Tulane being the season’s class. No need, however, to tell you all the details-you have read them in the Daily Blast and have agreed or disagreed with them as you pleased, so it will be sufficient to say that enough All-American teams have been selected to lick everything rotten in Denmark (strangle hold barred) and that scarcely two groups of the vast army of selectors agreed on any half-a-dozen players as being undisputably “All-American.” Depending on the territory peculiar to the selector concerned, various sections of the country predominate in the “All-American” outfit picked, and only such outstanding figures as Carideo (Notre Dame) for quarter, and two or three others were close to unanimous choices.

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