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  • Collection: Under Review: The Anderson-Sermon Controversy and Football's Role on the College Campus

Kicking a Field Goal, 1938

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This image shows the North Carolina State football team kicking a field goal during a game.

North Carolina State Football Program, 1935

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This image shows a North Carolina State football program from a 1935 game with Wake Forest.

Wolfpack Coming onto Field for Football Game, 1930

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The North Carolina State football players enter the field by running into a banner with a wolf design.

North Carolina State Football Program, 1935

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This image is of a program for the 1935 football game between North Carolina State and Duke.

Photograph of North Carolina State College and Appalachian State Football Game, 1932

A 1932 football game between North Carolina State and Appalachian State.

Photograph of North Carolina State College and Clemson Football Game, 1932

A Clemson receiver catches the ball and is pursued by NC State's defense. NC State won the game 13-0.

Testimony of Dr. W.C. Riddick, December 18, 1936

In this excerpt from testimony of the Faculty Council's investigation into the practices of the football coach and athletic director at North Carolina State College, Dr. W.C. Riddick expressed his displeasure with the presence of foreign students at…

"Sports Glimpses," October 16, 1936

Clarence Gale's sports column describes a student meeting held to dispel rumors about the football team. Gale encourages the student body to rally as one behind the team.

"Still Not the Time," November 6, 1936

Coach Hunk Anderson’s dismissal of three members of the Wolfpack has brought to the fore again discussion on State’s athletic situation. Rumors once again run rife upon the campus as students and faculty members wonder what is going on…

Testimony of Dr. Graham and Mr. Ivey, December 19, 1936

By Dr. Graham:
I will try to point it. I will ask you in two divisions. I think it is well for us to ask that question in all colleges, for that matter. Do the entire college athletics contribute to the building of character and a high moral…