1932 Big Game Program: Stanford and Cal Play to 0-0 Tie

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The 1932 Big Game cover was considerably less exciting than the 1931 edition, but it's still a good-looking work of art, no? As for the game, Stanford and Cal played to a 0-0 tie. Stanford finished the season a disappointing 6-4-1 and Pop Warner resigned to become the head coach at Temple. I've posted a few inside pages after the jump.

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The shadow that cuts off the legs of the Stanford players in the front row is a nice touch. 

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A collage of Stanford athletes in the 10th Olympiad.

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The Bears by the numbers. Extra points sure weren't sure things back then. 

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"Right after this game--on your way home--is a good time to fill up with Richfield Hi-Octane."

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