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1934 Southeastern Conference Football Outlook Is Promising
Coaches at Thirteen Universities Which Make Up Organization Are Driving Candidates Hard-- Tulane, Vanderbilt Alabama Look Strong McGugin Begins 31st Season Georgia's Losses Relatively Small
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Special to The Christian Science Monitor
Date: Sep 19, 1934
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1
Section: Sports
Abstract (Document Summary)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept. 19-- Having started their 1934 football practice on Labor Day as usual, the coaches at the 13 colleges which make up the Southeastern Conference are driving their charges forward in preparation for a strenuous gridiron season that promises to be the most...

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