Original 1934 Rose Bowl Program which featured the Columbia Lions against the Stanford Indians. Tough to find program because it was one of the lowest attended Rose Bowls, likely due to the rainy weather. Hence, the programs were generally damaged making this a further scarcity. The game pitted the Columbia Lions who blanked the Stanford Indians 7-0. There is some cover soiling and minor spine chipping and a small tear in the cover above the player's hand as seen in the image, otherwise in very good condition. This was Columbia's only bowl game in its history. Although not visible in the picture, the program cover is one continuous illustration of the two players about to hit each other. Wrap-around covers like this are highly collectible. The game was played in Pasadena on January 1, 1934. Lou Little, the famous Columbia coach is pictured in the program. There are also individual pictures of players from both teams. The program also features a picture of Ernie Nevers as a Stanford backfield coach. Nevers is in both the College Football Hall of Fame as well as the NFL Hall of Fame.