ROSE BOWL ALL AMERICAN by C. Paul Jackson
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ROSE BOWL ALL AMERICAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of the best all round football yarns we've seen- and we've seen plenty. There's a psychological slant to it that is a bit new; the hero, Dick Thornley, was bogged down with a complex over his status on campus, on the team, in the classroom- all because a classmate from High School days on had elected to convince him- and the world- that his rating was due to his father's position on Michigan campus. There's more to the story than straight football-team play- and the working out of the feud between Dick and Bart. There's inside dope on press box- spotting- scouts- coaching- training- and the relation of football to scholastic standing. But first and last- football.

Pub Date: Oct. 24th, 1949
Publisher: Crowell