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National Poll Ranks California Bears As Nation's Leading Football Team
Yale Placed Fifth, Fordham Ninth By Gridiron Observers Alabama Noses Out Pittsburgh, Rose Bowl Victors, for Second Position; Gophers Fourth 1936 Leaders Do Nose Dive Survey Shows No Section Has Monopoly on Powerful Elevens; Cornell Threatens Elis' Place
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Oct 19, 1937
Start Page: 19
Pages: 1
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New York, Oct. 18.--(AP.)--California's Golden Bears, unranked nationally a year ago when the Associated Press started its annual poll, stand today at the head of collegiate football class for 1937.

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