The latest in Mr. Scholz' long line of sport stories is about football at a small Vermont college, but its plot is thin....

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The latest in Mr. Scholz' long line of sport stories is about football at a small Vermont college, but its plot is thin. When freshman Jay McKay, determined to be an engineer, states in an interview that football is not his dish, the students get so mad at him, that he starts to play. He becomes a star, but only seems to do his best when his rival Sid Duval is on the field- until he makes a touchdown and really discovers the thrill of the game itself. End zone maybe- but slightly out of bounds. Could a student body, even a wildly enthusiastic one, make a supposedly independent soul into a football star?

Pub Date: Sept. 22, 1954

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Morrow

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1954

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