In November 1934, the Princeton football team-unbeaten in its last fifteen games-faced the 33 Yale Bulldogs, who gave new meaning to the term qunderdogs.q As much a thrilling play-by-play account of college football at its finest as it is a fascinating work of sports history, this book chronicles the season that brought Princeton and Yale together in a game like no other since.Students were deluged with telegrams from dads: aGet four good tickets to Yale game.a The rumored scalpersa#39; price ... After a three-year slide, the stock market was in the middle of a bull run that had begun in mid-1933. Railroad workers had anbsp;...
|Title||:||Football's Last Iron Men|
|Author||:||Norman L. Macht|
|Publisher||:||U of Nebraska Press - 2010-09-01|