Maroons find help for Jay Berwanger;
he's Persian passer
"Persian passer" is probably not a phrase you'd see used today. The University of Chicago quarterback in question is Omar Fareed. He went on to be something far more important than an athlete — he was a doctor. This 1985 Los Angeles Times article details his missionary work.
Jay Berwanger is, of course, a famous figure in American football history, and he fits nicely into today's second clipping...
N.Y. club will honor outstanding gridder
This article touches on the creation of what would become the Heisman Trophy. The first recipient of the (then) Downtown Athletic Club Trophy was Berwanger, who was honored in December 1935.
Heavy drinking at grid games charged
You might think the problem of drinking at sporting events is bad today. It might have been even worse in the past, as evidenced by this sobering article, which came less than two years after the repeal of Prohibition.