Crowd watches the Loyola Marymount Lions play a football game against the Santa Clara Broncos. Head Coach Buck Shaw led his Broncos to an undefeated 1937 season and a win at the 1938 Sugar Bowl against LSU.
Boys from financially disadvantaged backgrounds participate in a free summer camp in Griffith Park. The camp, which was organized by Sheriff Biscailuz, lasted hosted groups of 100 boys for 10 days at a time. While at camp, the boys participated in activities such as swimming, fencing, baseball, various hobbies, and a nonsectarian religious program. The camp's 1937 season lasted from July 6th to September 4th.