THE TWO QUARTERBACKS by Arthur Sampson

THE TWO QUARTERBACKS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The old story of the star who is so good that he is kept on the team in spite of conceit, arrogance and ill temper. He is an all round cad, and ignores the contribution made by the good old senior who is the brains behind him. The story is good football, the detail and technique are sound. But the sudden reform over night of the cad is a bit hard to take, and the story fails to click.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1939
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin