Newly reconstructed Franklin Field, in Philadelphia, filled with 57 thousand spectators. The 150 member University of Illinois marching band plays and parades over the field. A cheering section in the grandstand spells out "N", as part of their message and another section spells out an A" with their cards. Prior to kickoff, Harold Edward "Red" Grange, Captain of the University of Illinois football team, stands holding a football. He is flanked by Illinois Head Coach Robert Carl Zuppke and Pennsylvania coach, John Louis. Grange hands the football to another player. The field is muddy from earlier snow and rain. Grange is seen running the ball on the very muddy field in the contest against University of Pennsylvania. Players are mud-covered and sliding during play. (Underdog Illinois won 24-2.) Scene shifts to different game with cheer leaders in grandstand spelling "Knute Rockne." Camera focuses on the famous Notre Dame football coach, Knute Rockne, attending the game, as a spectator in the stands. Cheerleaders seen at sidelines. In another scene, Grange is shown in a game, running for a touchdown at corner of goal line.
Enthusiastic spectators are seen in stands and at sidelines at a football game.
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