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1928 How the "Forward Pass" Changed Football ~ Article & Photos

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1928 How the "Forward Pass" Changed Football ~ Article & Photos

This is an original illustrated article that has been carefully extracted from a 1928 issue of Popular Science Monthly Magazine.

Illustrations and/or photos include:

ï The sanitary wagon that Leland Stanford, Jr. University provides for its players and for visiting teams
ï Coaching staff of the Washington University team study various plays scientifically with a machine whose units represent players
ï Coach Heighes, of DePauw University receiving a backhand lateral pass from Joe Pipal, coach at Occidental College, Calif., who devised this new pass
ï Walsh of Notre Dame, famous for its forward passing, throwing a pass before 76,000 rooters in a game against the Navy
ï Edwin B. Dooley, Dartmouth's famous star, making a punt from dangerous territory in which he considered an attempt at a forward pass too risky

Title: A Play That Made Football Over by Edwin B. Dooley

Subtitle: Famous Gridiron Star Explains How the Forward Pass Has Given to the Game a New Strategy and Greater Thrills

Length (includes front & back): Just under 2½ pages

Approximate Page Size (in inches): 8 x 11

Condition: Good

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Price: $14.99

 
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