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MINNEAPOLIS $17
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Today's Battle Is 22nd With Iowa
First Home Conference Game Promises Thrills As Rivals
of Many Years Clash in Stadium.
T
HE football rivalry
of Iowa and Minne- '
sota dates back to 189 J,
was resumed in 1901 , and
has since continued as an
annual contest except for
the years 1906, '07, '08,
'10, '13 and '17.
Iowa never beat Min-
nesota until 1918, but
that year's taste of blood
inspired the Hawkeyes
to win a series of five
straight games. Then
Minnesota a g a i n r e-
versed form and has won
three of the last four, in
1923 by 20 to 7; in 1925
by 33 to 0 and in 1926,
when the score was 41 to
O. Iowa's last WIn , In
1924, was by a 13 to 0
score.
the backfield, veterans
areCuhel, Armil, Grimm,
Young, Skelley, O'Neal ,
Smith and Schmidt.
From the list of promis-
ing sophomores come
Pignatelli , half; Myers,
quarter; Gilchrist, line-
man; Cooley, end;
Schleusner, tackle and
Lauer, a half.
Dr. Clarence W. Spears
fears Iowa not a little
and is by no means will-
ing to accept the early-
season tales of weakness
which eastern experts,
s i g h tin g the Western
Conference from afar,
have been spreading
about the ever-battling
Hawkeyes. Too many
good men and too many
hurtling end and tackle
plays have come out of
the Iowa practice field
for any Minnesota
coach to hold lightly the
prowess of teams wear-
ing the black and gold.
Advance dope from
Iowa shows that she has
13 letter-men on the
squad, more than have
ever returned to Iowa
City in any previous fall ,
together with four men
who won the minor
letter. She lacks gallop-
in g "N i c k" K u t s c h,
A bove: CAPTAIN JOESTING. MINN.
Against the Iowans,
Captain Herbert Joest-
ing is leading an experi-
enced Minnesota team which today
appears in its first home conference
battle of the 1927 season. With Hay-
craft and Nagurski at ends, Ukkelberg
and Gary at tackles, Gibson and Hanson
as guards, MacKinnon or Kakela at
Below: CAPTAIN NELSON. IOWA.
whose efforts were valiant last year and
the year before, but is led by Captain
Emerson Nelson, a tackle selected by
some sports writers for All-American
ra ting last year.
Among the veteran linemen are Yegge,
Chatterton, Brown and Jessen , while in
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Football in the University Picture
T
ODAY thous-
ands of Minne-
sotans see the Uni-
versity of Minnesota
at play. Bands,
cheer-leaders, roar-
ing crowds, and a
mob of happy, care-
free students and
alumni dominate the
picture.
would tell you this.
I t is an exciting,
unforgettable pano-
rama, as thrilling as
it is unusual.for such
THE PRESIDENTS
Few institutions
strengthen all of
their departments in
the same year, and
one might think that
important faculty
losses would occur
only here and there,
but there are at least
100 colleges and uni-
versities in thiscoun-
try able to hold out
attractive induce-
Left . Dr. Jessup. Iowa
outpourings seldom occur on more than
two occasions in any year, though the
scene is repeated on a smaller scale at
three of the five games usually played
at home.
When the whistle has blown and the
last hoarse spectator has filed out
through the ramps, the people from
downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul,
and from many other cities in Minnesota,
prepare to start back to the work-a-day
duties of the coming week. And the
UniversityofMinnesota settles back to its
principal task, that of being a University.
One thing which is unknown to a great
many who know all about football com-
petition between the larger universities
is that competition in other fields is con-
stantly going on between educational
institutions. This takes the form, not
as one might expect, of efforts to obtain
more students, but of a continual effort
to attract the best faculty members.
No university can maintain the standing
to which a strong faculty has built it
unless it is able to retain its teachers by
meeting the offers made to them by
others. Both President Coffman of
Minnesota and President Jessup of Iowa
Right. Dr. Coffman. Minn.
ments to some mem-
bers of the Minnesota faculty. If one in-
stitution begins to tempt the teachers of
law, another the m ~ d i c a l faculty, a
third the research men in agriculture and
still a fourth the best-known economists,
teachers of education, of English, or of
physics, the combined result may easily
be predicted. Minnesota must either be
given the financial resources to keep its
faculty intact and improve it, or the
strength of the faculty must be impaired.
When a well-known football player
leaves college there is always wailing and
gnashing of teeth, and it is a satisfaction
to the University of Minnesota to recall
that the Twin City press did not ignore,
last spring, the fact that a dozen capable
faculty members left the University of
Minnesota for others which made them
more attractive offers.
President Coffman has said repeatedly
that a university is nfade great by its
men and by the conditions provided for
them under which to carryon their re-
search and do their teaching. It is only
as a result of a generous policy of public
financial support that the men can be
retained and the conditions created that
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BLUE ROO·M
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Exactly like the last
merely repeated to click
with students having ah-
normally high J. Q. S .... for
even a Phi -Beta Kappa
will enjoy the 1\-Ioori 5h
Hoom Circlls ........ Dancing
of course.
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FIRST PERIOD
Kick off at six Q' c1ock
.......... _ .... __ A home coming
dinneL_ .. _ .... a smart revue
_. __ ... _ dancing until you're
hlinky ....... __ .. Kick-in .. :It
the left. (3.50)
POP corn and pop and
good news for the Iowans
who lost _ .... __ a circus .... ~ .....
tent ...... pink lemonade .. _
sawdusL ____ _ .and the Gypsy
Queen ...... that's all in th e
::\foorish Room after nine .
.. __ _ . ____.. An economy at the
seventy-five cent couvert .
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The University of . Iowa
Institution Which Sends Today's Opponents Has Splendid History
T
HE University
of Iowa, at Iowa
City, occupies a pic-
turesque site of 300
acres on both sides
of the Iowa river.
During the past
five years Iowa has
won one champion-
ship in western con-
ference f 0 0 t b a II.
shared another, won
Iowa, a co-educa- one indoor track
tional ins ti tu ti on, championship and
gave instruction last has shared the bas-
year to 8,676 stud- ketball champion-
ents, who came from ship once, an all-
nearly every state in AN IOWA CAMPUS SCENE around showing.
the Union, and from many foreign lands. As is Minnesota, Iowa is swiftly ex-
Nine colleges, two divisions and three panding her program of intramural
schools make up the university organ- sports in the interests of all her students.
ization. These are the colleges of liberal
arts, medicine, dentistry, engineering,
education, commerce, law and pharmacy,
the graduate school, divisions of ex-
tension, and maternity and infant hy-
giene, and journalism and music within
the liberal arts college. The school of
nursing is included in the college of
medicine. During the past year there
were 561 members of the instructional
staff.
Recent Iowa improvements include a
field house, a new recitation building,
and a new chemistry building. Two of
five units of the Iowa MemoJial Union
have now been completed.
Dr. Walter A. Jessup, head of the
University of Iowa, is beginning his
eleventh year in the presidency. Under
his direction Iowa has had a splendid
growth. As an evidence of Dr. Jessup's
good taste it may be cited that he spends
his summers in Minnesota at Battle
Lake, near Detroit Lakes. Here Presi-
dent Coffman also has a cottage, as has
Dean Guy S. Ford of the Minnesota
graduate school.
Gopher-Hawkeye Scores
1891 Iowa ..... 4; Minnesota .... .42
1901 Iowa .... 0; Minnesota ... . 16
1902 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota ..... 34
1903 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota ..... 75
1904 Iowa .. ... 0; Minnesota ..... II
1905 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota ..... 39
1909 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota ..... 41
1911 Iowa .. ... 6; Minnesota . .... 24
1912 Iowa . .. . . 7; Minnesota ..... 56
1914 Iowa .... . 0; Minnesota ... .. 7
1915 Iowa ..... 13; Minnesota ..... 51
1916 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota ..... 67
1918 Iowa ..... 6; Minnesota ..... 0
1919 Iowa ..... 9; Minnesota ..... 6
1920 Iowa . .... 28; Minnesota . . . .. 7
1921 Iowa .... .4I; Minnesota .. . .. 7
1922 Iowa .. ... 28; Minnesota ..... 14
1923 Iowa ..... 7; Minnesota ..... 20
1924 Iowa . . ... 13; Minnesota . . . . . 0
1925 Iowa .. ... 0; Minnesota .... . 33
1926 Iowa ..... 0; Minnesota .... .41
Won by Iowa, 6; Won by Minnesota, 15
Total Points- Iowa 163; Minnesota 591
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Directors on 1927 Schedule
Top, Lefllo Righi: Belting, Iowa; Yosl: Michigan; Little, Wisconsin; Cenler: Luehring, Minnesola;
Below: Cleoenger, Indiana; Daois, North Dakota; Gallagher, Oklahoma A. & M.
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Minnesota's Athletic Plant Expands
New Field House Is Latest Addition to Recent Improvements
That Include Memorial Stadium
THE MINNESOTA FIELD HOUSE
N
EWEST among the additions to
Minnesota' s facilities for physical
education, athletics, and intramural
sports is the Field House that is now
going up in the triangle formed by
University Avenue, Oak . Street and
Fourth Street S. E. I t stands directly
across the avenue from the Stadium,
and those sitting on the south side of
the field can see the huge steel arches
that will support the Field House roof.
In it, for the first time, Minnesota will
have an adequate place for playing
basketball and will also have indoor
space in which baseball, football or
track teams can practice when the
weather makes satisfactory performance
impossible outdoors. In all likelihood
a new swimming pool will be added
eventually to the provisions for bodily
exercise and sport that the structure
will contain.
The Field House is unique among
University of Minnesota structures in
that it is being financed in part by ac-
cumulated earnings of athletics and in
part by an issue of bonds which carry
no mortgage against either the ground
on w h i ~ h the building stands or the
building itself, merely against the future
income of Minnesota sports. I t is not
costing the tax payers a cent. As foot-
ball and basketball are the only sports
to show a r:et income, these two will
pay for the Field House just as football
and the gifts of enthusiastic alumni have
already paid for the Stadium.
Surrounding the basketball floor in
the Field House will be' seating capacity
in the neighborhood of 17,000, assuring
for the first time that the many fans
who take an interest in the Gophers'
chief intercollegiate sport of the winter-
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HOMECOMING
1927
Welcome to the Return of
the Knights of the
North.
Welcome to Minnesotans of
other years - eager to trod
the campus once more.
JUSTER B R D 5 ~
.. NICOLL.ET AT FOUR.rH· ·
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Minnesota's Athletic Plant
Expands
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time can get a seat when they want one.
In the Armory t he seating capacity was
only a little over 2,000. Playing
town in the Kenwood Armory has made
it more difficult to practice, and this
also will be done away with when the
new building is complete.
Other additions to the facilities for
physical education and athletics that
have been made since 1922 make the
Minnesota athletic plant one of the best
in the Middle West. Old Northrop
Field has been enlarged by the addition
of two new playing areas, each larger
than a regulation football field.
The Memorial Stadium has been built,
with a seating capacity of 50,200. It
encloses an excellent running track,
mile in length and 30 feet
wide, and a football field scientifically
constructed and drained.
grass such as is used on golf greens has
been planted on the playing field with
fine results.
Space Under Stadium Developed
Space under the Stadium, which goes
to waste in most such structures, has
been utilized as part of the athletic plant.
Developments under the Stadium
prise the following:
I. Ground floor: Locker rooms for
varsity teams in football , baseball and
track, and for visiting teams. A
ter mile running track with two
aways, each about 130 yards long. A
oval track and good indoor
facilities for practicing such events as
the discus,
jump, and
I I. Second floor: A varsity room for
squad meetings and meetings of "M"
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and Michigan Stadia
211 South Eleventh Street
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THE FIELD HOUSE
Will Be Minnesota's Largest Building
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In the thirty-eight years of this Company's existence, over five
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Minnesota's Athletic Plant
Expands
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men on the day of a game. An excellent
wres'tling and boxing room, 120 feet long
by 20 feet wide, equipped with nine
punching-bag platforms and bags , six
punching dummies, chest weights, stall
bars, two boxing rings and two wrestling
rings, as well as equipment for rope
skipping. An orthopedic gymnasium,
120 feet by 20 feet , equipped with ap-
paratus for taking care of a group of
University men, numbering annually
from 200 to 500 individuals , who need
exercise carefully prescribed to meet
their individual needs and to help them
overcome physical handicaps of various
kinds.
, II I. The space under the Stadium
has also provided room for ten four-wall
handball courts , eight squash-racquet
courts, faculty lavatory and shower
room, the University football ticket
office, and golf driving nets for winter
practice.
Tennis Courts For All
The University system of tennis courts
has also been expanded in recent years.
There are now three varsity courts inside
Northrop Field, for the team, and
twenty-eight courts at various places on
the campus for the use of the student
body and faculty. A system of super-
vised play has recently been established
with a fee of $1 . per quarter which pays
for nets, supervision to see that, the
courts are used by applicants in order,
and for maintaining the clay courts in
the best of condition. During pleasant
weather most of the University courts
are constantly in use.
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Roster of the Squads
MINNESOTA IOWA
McQuoid guard
Grande end
Hardy center
Nagurski end-t ackle
Gary tackle
Russ end
Tanner end
Hanson guard
Joesting full
Kakela center-t ackle
Blustin end
Westin full
Pierce end
Rubel half
Riggs guard
Emlein tackle
Nydahl half
Pharmer half
Matchan full
Barnhart half
Damberg half
Riddell half
Gay end
Kaminski guard
Stark half
Hovde' quarter
Gershowitz half
1st Qtr. 2d Qtr.
MINNESOTA
Touchdowns .. . '
Goals from field ..
Goals from touchdown ..
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Boardman guard
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Cuhel half
12 Hagerty half
Almquist quarter 14 Kinnan end
Ukkelberg tackle
15 Beers half
16 Kelsh guard
Johnson, Lloyd center 17 Glassgow half
Pulkrabek center-tackle
18 Chatterton guard
19 Bunn full
Johnson, Lawrence . tackle 20 Young end
MacKinnon
21 Lauer quarter
center
22 Armil full
Ziemer tackle 23 Cooley end
Knoerr full
24 O'Neal quarter
25 Hillier guard
Gibson guard 27 Forwald guard
Haycraft end
28 Schmidt half .
29 Carlsen end
Cooper center
30 Holman guard
Walsh guard
31 Pignatelli half
32 Brown center
Mulvey half 33 Myers end-full
Maeder tackle
34 Skelley quarter
35 Gilchrist tackle
Smith guard
36 Westra tackle
Meeks tackle
37 Smith half
38 Van Voorst tackle
Geer half
39 Yegge guard
Frykman guard
40 Roberts guard
41 Schleusner tackle
Angvik guard
42 Johnstone end
Harris end
43 Capt. Nelson tackle
44 Jessen guard
Johnson, M. M. half
45 Mason center
Robertson half
46 Maloney quarter
47 Grimm end
Bergquist end
48 Stricklin center
Langenberg tackle
49 Moore end
50 Porter half
Oster end
51 Madden tackle
52 Smedes half
53 Stamats half
54 Carson end
THE SCORE
3d Qtr. 4th Qtr. Final
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Goals from field . . ' . . .
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Minnesota's 1927 Schedule Data
October 29- Wisconsin at Minneapolis ... .
November 5- Notre Dame at South Bend . . .
November 1 2- D rake at Minneapolis . . . . . .
November 19- Michigan at Ann Arbor .. .. . .
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Scores of the Past Season
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Minnesota 51
Minnesota 7
Minnesota 0
Minnesota 67
North Dakota 0
Notre Dame 20
Minnesota 16
Minnesota 41
Minnesota 81
Minnesota 6
VVisconsin 10
Michigan 20
VVabash 7
Minnesota 269 Opponents 64
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Coaches In the 1927 Battles
Top Row. left to right : Wieman . Michigan ; Page. Indiana; Rockwell, North Dakota. Center.
Spears, Minnesota. In circles, left . Maulbetsch. Oklahoma. and right , Thistlewaite. Wisconsin .
Boltom: Ingwerson. Iowa ; Boelter. assistant . and Solem. Drake ; Rockne. Noire Dame.
24 The Minnesota Goal Post
Today's Battle 22nd With Iowa
(Continued from Page 3)
center, and a backfield probably to be
composed at the start of Joesting, Alm-
quist, Barnhart and Nydahl, Minnesota
is showing a team of which she may be
proud to the thousands of old grads who
p ~ u r out to visit the University of Minne-
sota on Homecoming Day. .
Among the backfield players on whom
Dr. Spears may call are Pharmer, Rid-
dell, Geer, Knoerr, Westin, Damberg,
Matchan, Hovde, Mulvey and Stark . .
End positions will be held down, if
shifts become necessary, by such men as
Tanner, BIustin, or Gay. Among avail-
able substitutes in the line are Pulkrabek,
Johnson, Kaminski, Walsh, Boardman,
Emlein and Maeder.
Minnesota played its first conference
game a week ago at Bloomington, Ind.,
meeting the Indiana University team for
the first time since 1922. The season's
scores to date are as follows:
Minnesota 57 North Dakota 10
Minnesota 40 Oklahoma A. and M. 0
Minnesota 14 Indiana 14
I t is reasonable to expect that the 1927
Minnesota team, representing the result
of three years of development under the
same system, will give a good account of
itself on the field, both today against
Iowa and against the Wisconsin Badgers
a week hence.
That Minnesota is led by a captain
unanimously chosen as All-American and
Iowa by a captain mentioned by many
. in All-American selections, will not de-
tract from the crowd's interest in today's
battle.
Last year, when the Gophers over-
whelmed Iowa, they won their first
battle on Iowa Field since 1916, when the
famous Minnesota team of that year ran
up a score of 67 to O. The last two games
at Minneapolis have been victories for
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Minnesota's Coaching Staff
For the third year, Dr. Clarence W.
SPEARS
Spears is the directing gen-
eral of Minnesota football
destinies, which have been
fortunately on the rise since
he took control in the fall
of 1925. Dr. Spears is a
coach who knows the game
thoroughly, but not from
the ground up, as it is his
theory that each player
should have one of the opponents be-
tween himself and the ground, at least
on defense. Dr. Spears' prediction for
the 1927 football season is here gIven
in full : "Terrible, rotten."
Arthur j. Bergman is the new right-
hand man to Dr. Spears,
having been brought to
Minnesota this fall from
the University of Dayton,
where he attracted atten-
tion during several years
of successful coaching.
Bergman was schooled by BERGMAN
Knute K. Rockne as a quarterback
on the Notre Dame teams of 1915,
1916, and 1919. He played on service
teams during the war, and after grad-
uation was coach at New Mexico A.
and M. College before going to Dayton.
Vernon Williams doesn't have to
coach football in order
to be a privileged char-
acter at Minnesota for he
is assistant dean of men
and chief helper to Edward
E. Nicholson, dean of
student affairs. But as a
WILLIAMS veteran player of 1916 and
again of the years just following the war,
Williams couldn't resist the temptation
to get into action, so he puts in several
hours a day with the freshman squad.
Edward J. Lynch, formerly a star end
at Dartmouth, where Dr.
Spears · was All-American
guard in 1916, is the brisk
young man who has a great
deal to say about the end
play of the Minnesota team.
And he knows what he is
LYNCH talking about. Dr. Lynch
is a practitioner in investments for one
of the large Minneapolis bond houses
but during the football season he doesn't
care whether the rediscount rate is cut
or not.
Sigmund Harris, much better known
as "Sig", was one of the
unforgettable Minnesota
quarterbacks back in 1902,
'03 and '04, which shows
how considerable his fame
must have been to have
lasted so long. Sig was
always on hand to help Dr. HARRIS
Williams in the old days of Minnesota
football, and since 1925 he has again
been on the ground each fall. helping in
many capacities. During the illness of
Sherman Finger, freshman football
coach, Harris has been in charge of the
promising first-year squad now practising.
Louis Gross, whose work at tackle in
1922, 1923 and 1924 is
remembered by every
Minnesota fan, is the
youngest of the coterie of
Minnesota's regular coach-
es. Gross also devotes
himself chiefly to the fresh-
GROSS men, which seems a shame,
for Louie has put on weight -and Dr.
Spears should be able to use him in the
line for almost any of this season's big
games.
(Continued on Page 29)
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Minnesota's Coaching Staff
(Continued from Page 27)
Merton Dunnigan, guard on the 1913
Minnesota team, has for
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Football in the University
Picture
(Continued from Page 4)
will help induce them to stay. · Every
hindrance to a university in the matter
of disposing of its funds so as to meet the
offers of outside institutions is a blow at
its continuing efficiency.
The end of the first week of registration
this fall showed an increase of 500 stud-
ents in 10,000 over last year , which is an
increase of one in 20, or five percent.
When the Legislature meets again at the
end of a two year period, the growth may
have been 10 percent. This means
definitely th; t more teachers must be
hired.
Will the university be compelled to
get them with the same appropriation it
now receives, spread thin, or will there
be larger funds so that the standard may
be maintained?
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Pennsylvania vs Chicago
Northwestern vs Illinois
Michigan vs Ohio State
Purdue vs Wisconsin
Iowa vs Minnesota
Indiana vs Notre Dame
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How to Watch the Score Board
Clock- There are four fifteen-minute quarters. The hand moves from 15 to
zero for each quarter.
The pointer a t the bottom moves from 10 to 0 as the ball advances, showing
the position of the ball after each play in the same manner as the side-line markers.
Penalties.- Following is a list of penalties that may be inBicted, each one
having a number. When a penalty occurs, the cause of penalty will be inserted oppo-
site the word PENALTY on the scoreboard.
List of Penalties Yards
Offside . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Holding on the defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Holding on the offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 5
Second incomplete forward pass in series of downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Running into kicker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Team taking more than four times out per half . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Substitute not reporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Substitute communicating with another player ..... .. .... : . . .. 15
Interference with fair catch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
Roughing kicker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 S.
Unsportsmanlike conduct . . . ... . .. '. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tripping, hurdling, or piling up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Clipping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
Illegal return to game. Half the distance to goal.
Slugging, striking, or kicking.
Player disqualified, and team penalized half the distance to goal. Interference
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They will guard thy fame
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OLD GOLD
0, Iowa, calm and secure on thy hill,
Looking down on the river below,
With a dignity born of the dominant will
Of the men that have lived long ago:
0, heir of the glory of pioneer days,
Let thy spirit be proud as of old,
For thou shalt find blessing and honor and praise
In the daughters and sons of Old Gold.
We shall sing and be glad with the days as they fly
In the time that we spend in thy halls,
And in sadnes3 we'll part when the days have gone by
And our paths turn away from thy walls.
Till the waters no more in thy river shall run,
Till the stars in the heavens grow cold,
We shall sing of the glory and fame thou hast won
And the love that we bear for Old Gold.
ON, IOWA
On, Iowa, proudly at the fore,
On, Iowa, on for evermore,
Every loyal son will give a rousing toast to you,
Every loyal daughter loves you true,
On, Iowa, with your wealth untold,
A heritage to us you did unfold,
Love of family, love of friend, and love of counlry, too,
Makes us proud for what you $Iand,
Our dear Old Gold.
Mc Voy Tub, Pail &
Package Company
MANUFACTURERS
Office and Works
Eleventh Ave. and Water St. N. E.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
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The Home of Zipp Service
Red Diamond Lumber
Company
1200 Central Avenue
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
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Earl Martineau, flash-
ing, dodging, halfback
of 1923-always do-
ing the unexpected,
forever bringing the
crowds to their feet
with the cry of
·'Marty'" Now head
football coach at Kal-
amazoo Normal, Mich-
igan.
, , . Splendidly . . . permanently , . . these men
together with many others whose loyalty and faithful
effort must not be forgotten, have written the name of
Minnesota high in the records of football history. Down
through the years their memory has become tradition
-to be revered this Homecoming Day.
Such achievement builded upon
unselfish effort that gives
ingly of service and eventually is
ognized by fellowmen, has a parallel
in the part that reliable Investment
Firms play in modern business.
John F. McGovern,
Minnesota's first All-
American. Famous
quarterback on the
teams of 1908, 1909,
and 1910. Now sports
"editor of the Minne-
a polis Journal.
Albert Baston, the
man whose ability to
pull dow n passes
seemed almost uncan-
ny. Left end on the
famous 19 16 e1leven.
Now president of the
Bert Baston Chevrolet
Co. , Minneapolis.
James C. Walker, one
of the finest guards
ever seen on a west ..
ern grlidiron. Played
in 19 1 0 and 19 1 I.
Now a practicing
physician in Dayton,
Ohio.
Herbert Joesti ng, Minnesota's great plunging fullback of
1926 and Captain of the 1927 eleven. A man who amazed
"football critics everywhere. and of whom even Fielding Yost
said after the Michigan game of 1926. "the greatest per-
formance of a fullback I have ever seen. "
Investment Securities Since 1878
WELLS-DICKEY COMPANY
Minneapolis St. Paul