After the star fullback collapsed on the football field, Clark suspects foul play for the top rated college team. Is it really such a life or death matter for the team and fans to make it to the Rose Bowl?
In the science and medical lab, Clark talks to a professor about experiments being done on monkeys. Is the connection between the lab and the football field a little far fetched? Clark learns how revenue from the college games can bring in much needed resources for the lab. It centers on a will from a wealthy benefactor.
Dr Stone, the team doctor still hasn’t found any trouble with the team players, giving them a clean bill of health. Clark decides to go barking up other trees, and visits the law office of a campus lawyer for answers. Why is Quincey being so uncooperative? Who stands to benefit if the university doesn’t get the funds from the football victories? The studies involve fighting against that dreaded scourge, Infantile Paralysis.