PHANTOM BACKFIELD by Howard M. Brier

PHANTOM BACKFIELD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

High School spirit, football, team play, foul play and romance, with football as the main back drop, for a story of a winning backfield foursome scattered when their High School is closed. One of the four feels wronged because he has been suspected of theft, but in spite of this, he puts everything into his play. After some rocky doings, the boys are reunited and a reconciliation comes just in time to make the City High team unbeatable, and to resolve all unhappy issues. Complicated ins and outs of High School doings, with the light romantic bits and heavy sports stuff, will make a mixture that other High School students will find to their liking.

Pub Date: Sept. 10th, 1948
Publisher: Random House