March 1923

Athletics As Publicity

Volume 8, Issue 1

IN addition to bringing home the Kaiser's scalp, the American Expeditionary Force returned bubbling over with enthusiasm for both indoor and outdoor sports. This enthusiasm can be traced to their pleasant overseas experiences in such places as the Pershing Stadium, and other athletic fields in the rest areas. These young men upon their return to civil life continued to carry this athletic enthusiasm with them; as they represented every state in the Union the idea was soon broadcasted.

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