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"Another Bone Crushing T earn"
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Lineup of Minnesota Team
(As reported by almost any newswriter in the city ofChicaso)
Left end ........ Alexander the Great
Left Tackle .............. Tiglath Pileser
Left Guard .......................... Samson
Center .............. Vulcan or Hercules
Right Guard ............................ Thor
Right Tackle .............. Eric the Red
Right End ................ Ghengis Khan
Quarterback ............ Attilla or Loki
Left Half .................................. Ajax
Right Half.. ............ Jack a' Demps
Fullback .................... Paul Bunyan
Substitutes: Hiawatha, Little Crow,
Sitting Bull, James J. Hill, Robert
Dollar, James Bridlrel", Kit Carson,
Biffalo Bull, Governor John Lind, Fath-
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Younger, Jeue James, Knut Nelson,
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The Minneaota Goal Poet
-and now for Wisconsin!
You've shown us some great football in
the lVlemorial Stadium this year, Gophers!
You've had some tough breaks on two
slippery fields away from home. But
that's all' history now. Bring on the
Badgers---and a firm, dry, gridiron! We're
going down to see you win!
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"'Che Pioneer Football Line
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Redskins to Roam Stadium Today
Minnesota Resumes Football Relations With Flashy Squad of Haskell Indian
Institute of Kansas
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Minnesota today ticks off the last State College has a good record and
figures of the tape that records its 1928 may be expected to give the Bees
home football schedule, a tape that plenty of battle before the afternoon
reads to date, Minnesota 40, Creighton is over.
0; Minnesota 15, Purdue 0; Minnesota Meanwhile, Minnesota is looking for-
33, Chicago 7; Minnesota 2 1, Indiana ward to its annual contest with Wiscon-
12. Minnesota' has scored 109 points .sin, to be played at Madison a week
on the home field to 1 9 for its op- from today. While the Haskell game
ponents. The other side of the tape is under way at Minneapolis, Iowa and
shows two losses by Wisconsin will be fight-
one point on foreign ing it out at Iowa City
fields, the Iowa and to determine which
Northwestern losses, in shall remain in the run-
which Minnesota ning for the Western
1 6 points to 18 by its Conference champion-
opponents. ship. Iowa has beaten
Haskell's husky In- Ohio State and Minne-
dians, whom the Go- sota. Wisconsin has
phers meet today, form won from the strong .
one of the most inter- Notre Dame eleven, '
esting football com- and has only the 1 9 to
binations in Nor t h 19 tie with Purdue
Arne ric a. Discon- against its record. It
tinuance of the Carlyle seems likely that the
Indian School s 0 m e battle will be terrific.
years ago has left Has- So it will be a thor-
kell as the principal oughly experienced and
educational institution hardened Wisconsin
for the first Americans, team that Minnesota
and Haskell has carried must meet in the home
on, to a considerable lair of the Badgers one
extent, the splendid week hence. Wiscon-
football inheritance of sin is reputed to have
Carlyle. Most Minne- its strongest team in
sota fans will remem- many years, and the
ber the games Haskell season's r e cor d indi-
played a g a ins t Bill cates the truth of this
Spaulding's tea m s , assertion.
especially the one in Despite two losses
which the famous John earlier in the year, a
Levi showed what a ' victory over Wisconsin
s\lper-player he was. will make Minnesota's
Levi will accompany Above: Louis who passes football season a suc-
the team to Minneap- equally well ",,!th either Be- cess, and Dr. Spears
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· f . . low, Captam Eugene Fritz. d h' .
o IS as one 0 Its asslst- an IS men are certain
ant coaches. to make every effort toward a victory.
Minnesota's "B" Team, coached by There ' is only the remotest p'ossibility
Doc. Matchan, is also scheduled to that Captain George Gibson will be
play at home today, its opponent this able to play; probably he will not.
being South Dakota State College. (Continued on Page 4)
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Redskins to Roam Stadi.um Today
(Continued from Page 3)
' Duke Johnson, however, may be back bek, Appman and Oja for guards,
in condition, and Nagurski's injured gurski, Fryckman and Emlein for
ribs are improving so that he should be tackles and Tanner, Nordgaard,
a tower of strength in the line if Dr. ler, Oster and Hamman as a group of
Spears chooses to play him there. ends that seems to be more than
krabek, Tanner, Burdick and Brownell, dinarily promising.
other Gopher cripples, may shake off In the backfield next year Minnesota
their hurts in the intervening week, a will have to get along without
situation in which Tarliner Dave ing Fred Hovde, a loss that can not
ward will have a chance to do yeoman be remedied. It will have, however,
servIce. Pharmer, Brockmeyer, Kirk, Burdick,
, Wayne Kakela must be added, Brownell, Timm and Bardwell from
. fortunately, to the list of Minnesota this year's squad, and some promising
' players who are making a last sophomore backs, among whom
' ance on the home field today. When ence "Big" Munn is well worth
pictures of the men completing their tioning.
careers were run a week ago Kakela Next fall Minnesota will play
was not included on the assumption gan, Wisconsin and Indiana at home,
that he had another year to play. and Northwestern ' and Iowa, both
Wayne will graduate in the spring, probably on the home fields of the
however, being a member of the class latter. Purdue was scheduled by
of 1929. Gibson, Johnson, Gay, nesota for one game only. Chicago
craft, Hovde, Geer, Arendsee and wilr be back on the schedule in 1930,
kelberg are other regulars whose but not this year. Michigan went off
nesota football careers will close at the Gopher schedule for one year only.
Wisconsin. Seldom has ' a Minnesota Indiana went on for three years, all
team lost more players in a at Minnesota, including 1930. The
single year. It leaves the necessity of 1929 home program, with both
developing almost a full line from this gan and Wisconsin playing in
year's freshman outfit, although Lloyd rial Stadium, will be the most
Johnson remains for a center, tive in recent years.
Minnesota "Bees" Play South Dakota State
The last game on the schedule of the Minnesota "B" was played
at 12 noon today, Minnesota's opponents being South. Dakota State College.
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MINNESOTA
Mahler
Redmond
Heenan
Teeter
Beard
Kakela (C)
Pirard
Haislet
Chalmers
Qsell
Westin or
Leksell
Others
The Lineup
Left End
Left Tackle
Left Guard
Center
Right Guard
Right Tackle
Right End
Quarter
Left Half
Right Half
Fullback
SOUTH DAKOT A STATE
62 Krug
10 Hoberg
51 Thorsen
68 Hiner
18 Larsen '
61 Jennison
21 Herting
66 Franzeen
70 Engleman
53 Harding
60 Baker ,
Others
19 Frisby. 21 Oas. 30 Ohlsen. 33 John-
son (W). 41 Pierce. 60 Mickelson. 62
Koester. 77 Roberston. 88 Gersovitch. 86
Erickson. 94 Udd. 95 Skala. 97 Sommer-
meyer. 99 Hindermann.
20 Hadler. 3 Arnold. 14 Dennis. 16 Jen-
sen, 24 Eggers. 40 Langan. 48 Hopkins.
49 Lowe. 52 Simmonson. 59 Parks. 64
Christie. 65 Schultz, 67 Henry, 74 Eh-
man. 84 Hammann.
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Only A Guard
Capt. George Gibson
The halfback, he's a hero for the touchdowns that
he scores;
Round his head there glows a halo with a 14-
carat shine;
He's the boy who slants off tackle while the crowd
stands up and roars;
He's the lad who gains the yardage through the
torn and shattered line.
The::halfback, he's a hero with a laurel crown to
wear;
He's the wizard of the broken field with sudden
whirls and darts; .
When- the spiral toss goes shooting through the
pleasant Autumn air; .
He's the guy who grabs the forward pass and
leaoes for distant parts.
The halfback, he's a hero and he draws a mighty
cheer
As he skids across the goal line on a winning,
plunging play;
And the guard with two teeth missing and a badly
battered ear-
Why, he's nothing-simply nothing-just the
man who cleared the way.
The halfback, he's a hero and the idol of the mob;
No one notes the humble helpers as he weaoes his
way to fame;
And the guard who took the tackler out-a rather
nasty job-
Why, he's nothing-simply nothing-just the
man who won the game.
(John Kieran in the New York Times)
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GOING GOPHERS
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,' VER there at the side are four fast
football players whom no one is
particularly eager to get rid of. Read-
ing from top to bottom, their names
are Fred Hovde, Kenneth Haycraft,
Clayton Gay and Clarence Arendsee.
Their positions are quarterback, end,
end and fullback, and all have done
Minnesota and themselves great credit
by their performances during their play-
ing years.
Hovde will long be remembered for
his 9 1 yard run to a touchdown against
Iowa this fall, a performance that by
all rights should have won the ball
game. It was small wonder after
playing all afternoon and making that
run in the last period that he was un-
able to catch the fresh (both ways)
Mr. Pape when that gentleman broke
through the Minnesota line two plays
later and went 63 yards of his own to
score a touchdown for Iowa.
Hovde became a regular only in
his senior year, not through any fault '
of his own, but because Barnhart, Ny-
dahl. Almquist and J oesting had
worked together too long to be dis-
turbed.
Ken Haycraft, eoming from no far-
ther away than Wayzata, has been one
of the best ends ever to play for Min-
nesota. Relatively small, like Hovde,
Haycraft is richly endowed with in-
testinal fortitude, to which he has add-
ed a highly developed skill. His play
has pulled many a ball game out of
the fire for Minnesota, his specialty
being the act of plucking long passes
out of the air on the goal line, or
near it.
Clayton Gay, basketball and foot-
ball man, has done yeoman service In
many games into which he has been
sent while Haycraft or Tanner was tak-
ing a rest. He has always been de-
pendable and fast. Gay hails from
Moose Lake.
Clarence "Dutch" Arendsee, hail-
ing from Aberdeen: S. D., has been
a reliable backfield man over three
football years.
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Roster of the Squads
MINNESOTA
HASKELL'
22 Gordon. M. back 3 Johns
23 Haycraft. j. end
24 Brockmeyer. W. baok
8 Hendricks
25 Brownell. W. back
22 W. Johnson
26 LekselI. R. back
27 Gay. C. end
33 Nevada
28 Bardwell. R. back
29 Hovde. F. back
59 Wilson
30 Champion. E. back
31 Timm. L. back
62 Murphy
32 Westin. 'L. back
65 M. Powless
33 Johnson. W. end
36 Robertson. M. back
80 L. Skenandore
37 Johnson. Lloyd center
38 Burdick. Q. back
82 Prim
39 Fryckman. M. tackle
40 Hoefler. end 83 Beaver
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Geer. A. center
29 Ballard
42 Be,rry. P. center
43 Oster. AI. end
25 Smith
44 Gibson. G. guard (Captain)
45 Haycraft. K. end
5 Shepard
46 Kirk. P. back
47 Tanner. R. end 6 Barlow
49 Angvik. A. guard
N. McCombs
53 Hamman. E. end
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54 Pharmer. A. back
55 Kakela. W. center
56 Appman. E. guard
57 Pulkrabek. L. guard
58 Arendsee. C. back
60 Langenberg. G. tackle
62 Gross. P. guard
63 Bergh •. L. tackle
65 Oja. B. l!Uard
61 Emlein. H. tackle
72 Nagurski . B. full
73 Westphal. E. full
77 Ukkelberg. E. tackle
78 Johnson. Lwr. tackle
THE SCORE
ht Qtr. 2d Qtr. 3d Qu.
MINNESOTA
Touchdowns ..•...............
Goals from' field ..........•.....
Goals from touchdown ... .. .. ' ... .
4th Qtr. Final
Minn.
Haskell
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INNESOT A sincerely appreciate!!
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fall's issue of "The Goal Post." The
small percentage that goes to them for
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club to support its activities helpful to
Minnesota athletics. No "M" club
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This is the second year that the club
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Minnesota football games, and it is
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GOING GOPHERS
M
INNESOT A is going to lose some
of its most redoubtable players
at the conclusion of the 1928 football .
season. In the column at the side are
shown, from top to bottom, Capt!lin
George Gibson, Lawrence "Duke"
Johnson, Edgar Ukkelberg, who put
the battle in Battle Lake, and Andrew
Geer of Crookston.
Taking Gibson, Johnson and Ukkel-
out of any man's line is going
to leave a gaping vacancy that can not
be filled by mere magic. Gibson and
the Duke have been regulars for three
straight years, another asset which a
player can not pick up at a moment's
notice, and this is Ukkelberg's second
year as a first string regular. Geer,
also, is playing his third year of Go-
pher football, having come out as a
halfback, only to be transformed in
his senior year into a capable center,
which position he contests with Wayne
Kakela and Lloyd Johnson.
One has reason for wondering wheth-
er the kind of line material Minnesota
has been having for the past few years
can always be assembled. There is no
denying that team has been for-
tunate in this respect, although it is
equally true that material for line sub-
stitutions has been on a plane hazard-
ously below that of the first string.
Minnesota' s entire line is made up
of men from Minnesota towns and
graduates · of Minnesota high schools,
with the exception of George Gibson,
who hails from Medford, Okla. Gib-
son and his brother Bill chose Minne-
sota among all the universities four
years ago and rode up here on a box
car, or bronco, or something, to attend
college. Results were mutually satis-
factory. .
Minnesota bids these four linemen
farewell with Maybe it
has to be, but it's not right.
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Minnesota Yells
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Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Min-ne-so-ta
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! (faster)
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Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
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Y -e-a! Gophers.
4 THE "OLD YELL"
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Ski-U-Mah!
Hoo-Rah! Hoo-Rah!
Varsity! Varsity!
Minne-so-tah! (Repeat)
5 INDIAN YELL
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Ski-U-Mah-a-a-a-h, Ski-U-Mah-a-a-a-h
Ski-U-Mah Rah! Ski-U-Mah Rah!
Yea-a-a-a! GORhers!
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F
OOTBALL and all other intercol-
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managed in the last . instance by a com-
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the past and booster of the Present,
, Ernest B. Pierce, general secretary of
the alumni association.
With Mr. Pierce on the committee
are Professors James Paige, Otto ZeI-
ner, W. B. Boyd, H. S. Diehl and
W. T. Middlebrook; Arnold C. Oss
and R: B. Rathbun, represenfing the
alumni, and two students, Lester Bol-
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Thanks to the interest of Ed Rogers, famous Indian end of the Minne-
sota football teams of a generation ago, Professor Otto Zelner of the com-
mittee on Intercollegiate Athletics and Leon Mears, representing the student
body, a famous Chippewa drum has been presented to Minnesota to act as
a "rouser" at football games. Its inspirational, rhythmic beats will be called
forth whenever that ounce of extra effort is needed on fourth with two and
a half to go. (Or is that the time to kick?) The drum has been used ef-
fectively at games since its presentation at homecoming.
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Songs of Minnesota
HAIL, MINNESOTA!
Minnesota, hail to thee!
Hail to thee, our college dear!
7 hy light shall ever be
A beacon bright and clear.
Thy sons and daughters true
Will proclaim thee near and lar.
They will guard thy lame and adore
thy name,
Thou shalt be their Northern Star.
Like the stream that bends to sea,
Like the pine that seeks the blue,
Minnesota, still lor thee
7 hy sons are strong and true.
From thy woods and water lair,
From thy prairies waving lar,
At thy call they throng with their
shout and song
Hailing thee their Northern Star.
THE ROVSER
Minnesota, hats oR to thee!
To thy colors true we shall eVer
be;
Firm and strong, united are we,
Rah! Rah! Rah! lor Ski-V-Mah,
(Shouted) Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Rah! lor the V. 01 M.
LE'rS GO, MINNESOTA
Min-n,e-so-ta! Come on! Let's go!
It's a loyal crowd that's here;
With a Sis-boom-ah, a Ski-V-Mah,
For the var-si-ty we cheer Rah!
Rah!
The old fight gang! On your toes-
Slam! Bang!
Hit 'em hard and hit 'em low.
So Fight, Minnesota-Fight!
Min-ne-so-ta! Come on! Let's go!
(Words underlined are to be shout-
ed, not sung)
MINNESOTA FIGHT SONG
Oh, you Gophers, you fighting
Gophers!
Break that line and win this game!
Fight it thru, men, win the Big Ten,
Make them sorry that they came.
For the glory 01 Minnesota!
For the honor that's her due!
For Maroon and Gold be warriors
bold,
For Dear Old tlV."
GO·PHER M
Go! Go-pher victory,
Minnesota Go!
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Go! Go-pher victory
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Hit them hard and low!
(Rah! Rah! Rah!)
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We can always win!
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With a (Rah! Rah! Rah!
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Skiumah! Hoo-rah!
Hoo-rah! .
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We can fight! fight! fight! fight!
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Come on Minnesota,
Let's go!
(Wot'ds and music by A. H. Douglas, 1917.)
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