A 1921 Tournament of Roses Program that was produced after the 15th Rose Bowl game was played. This was the first trip that Ohio State football ever made out to Pasadena, California, as they fell to the California Bears, 28-0. Inside, the program shows pictures of the parade floats and a section about the game. This was just the second time ever that the game pitted a Big Ten team against a Pacific Coast team and the first time in 19 years. 45,000 fans attended the game that year and it would be more than a quarter century before the Buckeyes would make a return trip. Program is completely intact with a minor fold to the top right corner of the cover and also displays soiling on the back cover.
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