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I
TE
MWO
Relentlessly
Pounds
Out
Touchdownsand
Success
for
Minnesota
(
It
Is
also
IDlportant
in
Finance
)
This
is
What
Happens
on
a
Spears' Scoring
Play
To
the
casual
observer, the
aver
age
play
seems
little
more
'
than
a
sudden
struggling mass of
men
in
which
the
man
carrying
the ball
is
watched
intently
,
and
his
efforts in
advancing
beyond the
linesmen's
stick
followed with breathless in
terest
.
However
his
successin
doingso
depends
entirely
upon how
well
his
fellow
-
players
do
their
part
in
block
ing
out
opposing linesmen
.
Suppose
we review
oneofBrockmeyer
's
now
familiar
dashesthruleft
tackle.
Thereare
two
dangerous opponentsto
be
dealt
with
-
the End
and
Tackle.
As the
boys
"hip
"
into
position
and
the
ball
is
snappedback
to
Brocky,
Timm
(leading
the
interference)
and
Haycraft
charge
into
the
opposing
Tackle
and
shoulder
him
out of
the
play-pref
erably
"in"
towards
the
rest of
the
team
.
At
the
same
timeNagurski
and Hovde
head toward the
enemyRight
End
who
is
coming
in
to
stop
the play
and
carry
him
off
on
theirshoulders.
preferably
"out"
away
from
the
others
.
In
the
meantime Right
Guard
Gibson leaps
from
his
position
and
cuts
overtoenter
this
gap just
made
in
order
to
run
interference
for
Brocky who
has been
running
wide
until
the
hole opens
up.
Then
as
'
Gibson(with
Brocky
close
behind)
charges thru
this
hole
,
Gibson plunges
into
the
defensive
Half
who
has
come up
,
takes
him
out
of
the play
and
Brocky
is
pa
st
the
line of
scrimmage
and
in
theopen
where
he
must
decide
in
s
tantl
y
what
his
course must
be.
He
can
either reverse
his field
(swerve tothe
right),
throwing
opposing
lines
men
off
balance
as
they
rush
up
,
or hecan
continue
'
on
a
wide
sweep
in
an
effort
to outrun
the
enem
y
secondarydefense
and
safety
man
.
Ordinarily
reversing
hisfield
is
the
most productive
of
results
for
this
draws
opposing defense
men ou
t
of
position
and
gives
his
own
lines
men
a
chanceto
get up the
field
and
run
interference forhimas
he mak
es
his
last
desperate dash towards
the
safety
men and
a
touchdown
.
Withou~
perfect
timing
and
team
work
,
such scoring
plays
would
be
outof
the
question
.
Each
man
has
his
assignment
and
if
an
y
one
fail
s,
the
play
is
smeared
.
In
life
justas
in
football
teamwork
wins
.
Theman
who
is
to achieve
financ
i
al
in
··
dependence
cannot
hope
to
accom
plish
everything
alone
.
Many
a
failure
and
disaster could
be
pre
vented
by
··teaming
up"
with
a
re
liable
Inve
stmen
t
House.
(
Wells-Dickey
Has
"Teamed"
with Northwest Investors for
SO
Years
)
 
The
Minnesota
Goal
Post
-"a
beeg
fahey!"
Welcome
back
to
the
old
andthe
new
ca
mpus,
you
men
and
womenwho
were
youngsters
here
but
yesterday!
Let
'sjoin
In
"a
beeg
lokey"this
Homecoming
Day--one
that
will
encourage
Dr. Spears' great
1928
team
to "Scalp Chicago."
Atwood
Larson
C
o.
Frank
H.
Higgins Co.
McCarthy
Bros. Co.
Banner
Grain
Co.,
Hiawatha
Grain
Co.
McCabe
Bros. Co.Cargill CommissionCo.
I.
S.
Joseph
Co. Pacific
Grain
Co.
Continental
Grain
Co.
C.
E. Lewis & Co.
L.
N.
Ritten
Co.William
Dalrymple
W.
C.
'Mitchell Co.
Stuhr
SeidlCo.
The
Haertel
Co.
McDonald
&
Wyman
C.
T.
StevensonVan
DusenHarrington
Co.
H.
A.
Wernli &.Company
The
University
of
Minnesota Field House
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