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FOOTBALL IN THE RAIN

Oct. 31, 1960
Oct. 31, 1960

Table of Contents
Oct. 31, 1960

Yesterday
Florida Keys
Reluctant Ripper
Horatio Harry
College Football
Baseball
Dogs
Mark Catesby
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOOTBALL IN THE RAIN

For a fan a leaky sky means three chill hours under umbrella, parka or slicker (opposite: drenched crowd at last year's Oklahoma-Northwestern game). A wet fan may draw some comfort from a flask, but for a player rain means fumbles and real mud in his eye.

This is an article from the Oct. 31, 1960 issue Original Layout

High-stepping in mud, Purdue's Donn Mayoras slips past Wisconsin's Perry Huxhold.

Planting his left foot firmly in a mud puddle in the end zone, Purdue's Joe Kulbacki scores.

Drenched by downpour, Northwestern's Pom-Pom Girls wade in sideline mire during Oklahoma game.

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