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Football and Transportation!
A
s YOU look :out over this
wonderful and colorful
gathering you cannot help but
marvel at the development of
football attendance during the
last few years.
Transportation has undoubt-
edly played an important role
in this marvelous development
and among the various forms
of transportation, the motor
bus has contributed a conven-
ient service for the football fan.
The Northland Transportation
Company, covering over 3,000
miles of Minnesota Highways,
has had the pleasure of carry-
ing thousands of football en-
thusiasts from all points in the
state to these football spec-
tacles. Each year more people
are finding the bus the c o n v e ~ ­
ient form of transportation to
reach football games. They
find the bus more economical
and avoid the worries and re-
sponsibilities of parking their
cars while visiting in the Twin
Cities . .
For Charter Trips. Call Geneva 5681
NORTHLAND
Transportation Company
509 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA
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Serving the Central Northwest
1\ DEQUATE public service to a population of 1,400,000 in 518 cities
.n. and" towns of the Central Northwest, centering at Minneapolis and
Saint Paul, is the task to which the organization of Northern States
Power Company is dedicated.
The Company has pioneered in
three of the outstanding develop-
ments of the electric industry-
"super" power, rural electrifica-
tion and customer ownership.
A total of more than 450,000 '
horsepower of generating capacity
in 51 hydro and steam plants sup-
plies the electrical energy de-
mands of this gn'at territory.
Transmission lines extending into
Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Da-
kota and South Dakota, are uni-
fied through interconnection into a
compact, efficient "super" power
system.
A total of 419,582 customers of
all classes are served, 313,343 being
users of electricity. Electrical en-
ergy output in 1926 totaled 805,-
380,692 kilowatt-hours.
Northern States Power Com-
pany is cooperating with farmers,
educational and government agen-
cies in the solution ofthe problems
of farm electrification-its Red
Wing line was the first experimen-
tal rural electric line in the world.
At the close of 1926 the Com-
pany had a total of 53,938 share-
holders-a shareholder for every
six electric customers.
NORTHERN STATES POWER COMPANY
Every Sixth
Customer tIl
Sooreholder
Personal
vittention to
Every Customer
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AND HOW?
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to insure your rugs while out
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to give you quick service?
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heating expense unless labor, ash handling, and
dust and soot damage are charged up, will show
that you can afford to use GAS, THE FAULT-
LESS FUEL, to make your furnace as modern
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"Beat Wisconsin" Shriek the 50,000
Teams That First Met in 1893 Today Continue Their
Long Series of Battles
F
ROM the time,
nearly 40 years
ago, when
Minnesota and
Wisconsin began
meeting on the
gridiron, the an-
nual football game
between Gopher
and Badger has
been an outstand-
ing item on the ath-
letic calendar of
both institutions.
Of 31 contests be-
tween the two,
Minnesota has won
I 5, Wisconsin II ,
five have been ties.
Top: Dr. Spears and Glenn Thistlowaile; Capt. Crofoot I
and Capt . joesting; Below: Almquist. Hanson and Gary.
Wilson as pivot
man, and Von
Bremer and Wag-
ner at either side of
him. Here is a
group of granite
boulders against
which many a gla-
cial line drive has
been splintered.
During the past 10 years it
has been a standoff. Nine
games have been played, as
there was none in 1918. Minn-
esota won in 191 7, 1919 and
1926. Wisconsin won in 1920,
1921 and 1922. The games of
1923, 1924 and 1925 were tied
at respective scores of 0-0,
7-7 and 12-12.
To oppose Minnesota's vet-
eran 1927 football team,
Coach Glenn Thistlewaite,
late of Northwestern Univer-
sity, is sending a team which
is also composed of veterans.
I t has, among other things,
the center trio of last year's
team intact, a center and a
pair of guards of which any
football team in the country
might be proud. These are
Wisconsin also
has one of the fancy
forward passing
combinations of the
conference in "Rose
to Cameron". Rose
is a flashy halfback,
who, with Captain
"Toad" Crofoot, quarterback,
returns to the Wisconsin back-
field from the strong 1926
team which so nearly beat
Minnesota at Madison. Don
Cameron, the veteran end and
confirmed, chronic forward-
pass receiver, has been a tower
of strength at wing for the
Wisconsin coaches. These six
men alone make it certain that
Wisconsin will put up a power-
ful fight , not only defensively,
but for victory, today In
Memorial Stadium.
With such new timber as
Cuisinier as a blocking back,
Smith, Rebholz as fullback
and kicker, Binish in the line,
Davies, an end, Shaw, a back,
and many others, Wisconsin
Players Who Finish This Year will more than bear watching.
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Captains Herbert Joesting
of Minnesota and Edwin Cro-
foot, also "Toad", meet today
for the last time, each being
a senior. For Joesting today's
is also the last Western Con-
ference game on. ' the home
field, although he will appear
two weeks hence against Ossie
Solem's Drake eleven from
Des Moines. Both are great
players, although Crofoot has
never received the wide ac-
claim that has fallen to the lot
of Captain Herb.
I t is interesting to notice,
in this respect, that in his
three years' football career,
Joesting has appeared in rela-
tively few "Big" games at
home. In 1925 he played at
home against Iowa, Notre
Dame and Wisconsin; in 1926
against Notre Dame and
Michigan, and in 1927 against
Iowa and Wisconsin. Home-
staying fans have seen the big
forester in only four Western
Conference games prior to to-
day's contest. And even when
today is over, he will have
been seen only in two games
against Wisconsin, two against
Iowa, and one against Michi-
gan, to which record must be
added, of coiIrse, the two hard-
fought battles against the
stellar non-conference team
from Notre Dame.
When one considers that
football fame must be built
on so few chances to perform,
with all the hazards of injury,
ineligibility, or sickness to cut
down still further a player's
opportunities, it becomes re-
markable that any reputations
are ever established. And
what has been said for Joest-
ing is true also of the other
fine players of Dr. Spears'
famous "sophomore eleven"
of 1925, among whom are
counted Almquist, Nygahl,
Hanson, Gary, Walsh and
George MacKinnon. All of
these began their football ca-
reers in Dr. Spears' first year,
as sophomores. Today's game
is the last conference appear-
ance at home of these men,
and hats are off to them, as
also to Al Maeder, Bill Ka-
minski, Art Mulvey and Doc.
Matchan, a dependable array
of substitutes who will be lost
after this year.
Wisconsin' s new coach,
Glenn F. Thistlethwai te, is one
of the younger coaches in the
Big Ten Conference. He is a
graduate of Earlham College,
the class of 1908, and while an
undergrad ua te there captained
the football eleven, and par-
ticipated in both baseball and
track. He was also elected to
Phi Beta Kappa Society.
He started his athletic ca-
reer as the Athletic Director
of Illinois College, Jackson-
ville, Ill., which position he
held for two years. F there
he was called back to Earlham
where he served four years in
a similar capacity. During
that period he coached the
football team with great suc-
cess, winning the majority of
his games and acquiring one
year an Indiana College Title.
I n the fall of 1922 Thistle-
Player. Who Finish This Year h b h
Top to bottom: Nydahl. Walsh. t waite ecame coac at
Maeder. Northwestern University.
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FOOTBALL
Specials
CAPTAIN JOESTING
To NOTRE DAME
ST. PAUL $17
36
MINNEAPOLIS $17
75
SCHEDULE
Lv. Minneapolis ...................... 6:00 p. ro. Nov. 4
Lv. St. PauL ............. _ .... _ ....... 6:45 p. m. Nov. 4
Ar. South Bend ...................... l0:30 a. m. Nov. 5
RETURNING
Leave Notre Dame immediately after game. Spend
Saturday evening in CHICAGO. Arrive Twin
Cities Sunday forenoon.
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MINNESOTA
vs
NOTRE DAME
vs
MICHIGAN
Nov. 5 Nov. 19
SPECIAL LOW RATES
One fare for round trip
To MICHIGAN
ST. PAUL $23
19
MINNEAPOLIS $23
58
Side trip to Detroit costs $1.80 round trip
SCHEDULE
Lv. Minneapolis ................ _ .. 3.15 p. m . Nov. 18
Lv. St. PauL .......................... 4.00 p. m. Nov. 18
Ar. Ann Arbor ................ _ .... 10,15 a. m . Nov. 19
RETURNING
Leave Ann Arbor immediately after ---.Bame for
DETROIT. Leave Detroit midnight (E.T.). Leave
Ann Arbor 12:59 a. m. (E.T.) . Arrive Twin Cities
Sunday evening or Monday morning if stopover
in CHICAGO is desired.
Solid Special Trains from the Twin Cities through without change to South Bend and Ann Arbor
Carrying everything in the way of modern Pullman equipment (drawing rooms. compartments and open
eections). dining car, car coaches (seats free) and special car for baggage.
Arrangements made to park these "Gopher Specials" conveniently near to the field of battle.
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Foot Ball Time
I s Sweater Time
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OR THESE cool snappy days when the stands
are filling, a Spalding Sweater feels fine.
Of light, soft, closely knitted wool, it has that air of
sportsmanlike smartness that everybody wants. And
when you see the way it holds its shape and color,
in spite of the hardest wear, you will congratulate
yourself for buying it.
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wondeTful mellds-
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522 Second Avenue, South
Phone Main 3080
ST. PAUL CITY TICKET OFFICE
4th and Robert Streets
Phone Riverview 4200
2277CAD
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Two Names Well Known To
Minnesota Football Fansl
BERT BASTON
and
Now lined up as the
Bert Baston Chevrolet Co.
3038 Hennepin Ave.
Kenwood 8282
Successors to S. W. Eddy Co.
JAMES LEeK
COMPANY
General Contractors
Builders of the Minnesota
and Michigan Stadia
211 South Eleventh Street
MINNEAPOLIS - MINNESOTA
Today is "Dad's Day"
U
NTIL he himself becomes a "dad",
no son knows how much he means
to his father. If sons could know
this while they are still at an age where
they could do a good deal about it. most
of a man's troubles, if any, with his sons
would be ended.
Knowing the depth of parental con-
cern in a young person's welfare, the
University of Minnesota decided four
years ago that it would be well to invite
both the mothers of students and the
fathers to the campus for a day each
year, so that they might see just what
sort of life students live at Minnesota.
what kind of rooms they occupy, what
their instructors are like. what services
and conveniences and help are provided
to make their university days profitable
and secure.
Mother's Day comes in the spring.
Dad' s Day was placed in the fall, partly
on the theory that every "Dad" would
be delighted with the chance to combine
a visit to his son or daughter with attend-
ance at one of the big, home games.
The University of Minnesota has
nothing to conceal and much to be proud
of in the way it takes care of the young
people who are sent to its campus for the
four year period of undergraduate study.
I n plans now on the horizon is a system
of dormitories which will improve the
housing conditions, especially for fresh-
man men. Year by year Minnesota is
improving its guidance system, both for
giving students vocational guidance that
will help them select the studies from
which they can profit most and for aiding
them in the solution of any personal
problems that may arise. Each year it
improves its student health service.
Year by year it is obtaining more ade-
quate buildings, so that students may
work under the best possible conditions.
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Very sincerely Yours

President
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This Minn.-Wis.
1893 Minnesota .. .40;
1894 Wisconsin . . . 6;
1895 Minnesota ... 14;
1896 Wisconsin ... 6;
1897 Wisconsin ... 39;
1898 Wisconsin ... 28;
1899 Wisconsin . .. 19;
1900 Minnesota .. 6;
1901 Wisconsin ... 1 7 ;
1902 Minnesota .. 11 ;
1904 Minnesota .. 28;
1905 Wisconsin ... 16;
1907 Minnesota . . 17;
1908 Wisconsin ... 5;
1909 Minnesota .. 34;
1910 Minnesota .. 28;
1911 Minnesota .. 6;
1912 Wisconsin .. . 14;
1913 Minnesota .. 21;
1914 Minnesota .. 14;
1915 Minnesota .. 20;
1916 Minnesota .. 54;
1917 Minnesota .. 7;
1919 Minnesota .. 19;
1920 Wisconsin .. . 3;
1921 Wisconsin .. . 35;
1922 Wisconsin .. . 14;
1923 Minnesota . . 0;
1924 Minnesota. . 7;
1925 Minnesota .. 12;
1926 Minnesota .. 16;
1927 ?
"Serious"
Wisconsin . . . . 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin ... . 10
Minnesota . .. 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 5
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 0
Minnesota ... 12
Wisconsin ... 17
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 6
Wisconsin ... 0
Wisconsin . .. 6
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 3
Wisconsin. . . 3
Wisconsin . " 3
Wisconsin . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 7
Minnesota . .. 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Minnesota . .. 0
Wisconsin . .. 0
Wisconsin . . . 7
Wisconsin ... 12
Wisconsin ... 10
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Today is "Dad's Day"
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The University administration deter-
minedly faces the problem of providing
conditions and pay that will hold its
faculty members and bring others to
make the university faculty still stronger
and more stable. Minnesota Dads are
brought to the campus today to learn all
they can about the University. The
more questions they ask the better.
Whatever it is about which they are
curious. Minnesota wants them to know.
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NOTRE DAME
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$ 1 7 ~ $ 1 7 ~
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U Deservedly Popular"
With the Business Man
-hecauee of the 75c noon day
lunchee and general accommo-
dation •.
With the Younger Generation
-through the much talked ahout
dinner dance •• 6:30 to 9:30
p. m. at $1.50 a plate.
With the Univeraty Students
-hecause of facilitiee for long-to-
be remembered fraternity
dances. formal dinner.. and
"Big Game" celehrations.
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The Game of the Season
Minnesota vs Michigan
DE LUXE FOOTBALL SPECIAL TRAINS
Leave Minneapolis Friday, Nov. 18th
From MplL
To Ann Arbor and return ____________________________ $23.58
To Ann Arbor, Detroit, Chicago and return .. _$25.38
Dining Cars will remain with the train. Sleeping Cars may
be occupied for complete trip.
For round trip-Lower, $12. 76 ; Upper, $10. 20 ; Compartment,
$36. 00; Drawing Room, $45.00.
Chicago and North Western Line
Minneapolis Ticket Office-Second Ave. So. at Sixth St.
St. Paul Ticket Office-Fifth Street at Minnesota

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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 tl,1at the structure
will contain.
The Field House is umque 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 which 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 net 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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Minnesota's Athletic Plant
Expands
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time can get a seat when they want one.
In the Armory the seating capacity was
only a little over 2.000. Playing down-
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.
one-fourth mile in length and 30 feet
wide. and a football field scientifically
constructed and drained. Creeping-bent
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 com-
prise the following:
1. Ground floor: Locker rooms for
varsity teams in football . baseball and
track. and for visiting teams. A quar-
ter mile running track with two straight-
aways. each about 130 yards long. A
22-yard oval track and good indoor
facilities for practicing such events as
the shot-put. high-jump. discus. broad-
jump. pole-vault and javelin-throw.
II. Second floor: A varsity room for
squad meetings and meetings of "M"
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Minnesota's Athletic Plant
Expands
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men on the day of a game. An excellent
wrestling 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
e x e r c i ~ e 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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Like everyone in the Gross Bros.
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Roster of the Squads
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MINNESOTA WISCONSIN
17 McQuoid guard 76 Gibson guard 39 Murphy halfback
19 Grande end 77 Haycraft end 40 Wilson center
20 Hardy center 79 Cooper center 41 McCaskle guard
/ 22 ' N agt!rski end-tackle
81 Walsh guard
42 Binish tackle
27 Gary tackle
84 Mulvey half
43 Connor guard
28 Russ end
85 Maeder tackle
44 Parks tackle
29 Tanner end
86 Smith guard
45 Gottstein tackle
30 Hanson guard
87 Meeks tackle
46 Davies end
33 Joesting full
88 Geer half
47 Zeise end
35 Kakela center-tackle
90 Frykman guard
48 Garrison guard
38 Blustin end
91 Angvik guard
49 Horwitz guard
40 Westin full
92 Harris end
50 Conry center
41 Pierce end
93 Johnson. M. M. half
51 Schuette guard
43 Rubel half
94 Robertson half
52 Von Bremer guard
45 Riggs guard
95 Bergquist end
53 Sykes guard
46 Emlein tack.e
96 Langenberg tackle
54 Wagner tackle
47 Nydah half
97 Oster end
55 K a t e l a a ~ tackle
51 Pharmer half 56 Warren end
54 Matchan full
WISCONSIN
57 Mansfield tackle
55 Barnhart half 58 Cameron end
57 Damberg half 20 Crofoot (C) quarter 59 Hotchkiss end
59 Riddell half 21 Breckenfeld quarter 60 Wigdale center
60 Gay end 22 Hayes quarter 61 Highland center
61 Kaminski guard 23 Rose halfback
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62 Lytle tackle
62 Stark half 24 Kyr halfback
,
63 Dempsey tackle
63 Hovde quarter 25 Weigant halfback 64 Kowalsky end
64 Gershowitz half 26 Cuisinier halfback 65 Lutz end
65 Redmond tackle 27 Taylor fullback 67 Stevens guard
66 Boardman guard 28 Smith fullback 68 Backus guard
67 Almquist quarter 29 Shaw halfback 69 Shoemaker center
68 Ukkelberg tackle 30 Kresky halfback 70 Boma tackle
69 Johnson. Lloyd center 31 Clement fullback 71 Goodman end
70 Pulkrabek cen ter-tackle 32 Rebholz fullback 72 Piersen end
71 Johnson. Lawrence tackle 33 Welch end 76 Arne halfback
72 MacKinnon center 34 Mohardt halfback 78 Ritter tackle
74 Ziemer tackle 35 Burbidge quarter 79 Spaeme guard
75 Knoerr full 38 Linden fullback 80 Dunway fullback
THE SCORE
1st Qtr. 2d Qtr. 3d Qtr. 4th Qtr. Final
Minn.
Wisconsin
MINNESOTA WISCONSIN
Touchdowns . ..... . ............. .. . Touchdowns ..... . .......... . .... . .
Goals from field ... . . .. . . . .. . .. .. .. . Goals from field . . ... .... . ... .. .. . . .
Goals from touchdown .. . .. ... ... .. . Goals from touchdown ... . .... ... .. .
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Minnesota's 1927 Schedule Data
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Minnesota 51
Minnesota 7
Minnesota 0
Minnesota 67
Scores of the Past Season
North Dakota 0
Notre Dame 20
Michigan 20
VVabash 7
Minnesota 269
Minnesota 16
Minnesota 41
Minnesota 81
Minnesota 6
Opponents 64
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Too bad! But if you
miss the first play try
again at nine o'clock.
Things'll go on the same
after that preliminary
shift. with a big Revne!
There's a cover charge
of $1.50 and no end of
fun.
This white space is devoted
to DIe jolly news that you can
do it all over again on Hal-
lowe' en, October 31. Every-
thing we said goes again for
that night. And there'll be
witches and black cats and
pumpkin faces-vegetable, of
SIGNALS!
It's The Blue Room at
six o'clock just after the
Wisconsin . Minnesota
game! A corking dinner,
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Why "The Goal Post" Is Issued Free
Advertising Revenue Enables Program to Be Distributed
Without Cost to Football Fans
'I N an effort
to avoid
the neces-
si ty of making
a charge for a
football pro-
gram, such as
practically all
uni versi ties in
the Western
Conference
have been
making for
yea r s, the
University of
GEO. K. BELDEN ARNOLD OSS L. A. PAGE
won the var-
si ty: letter in
Minnesota
athletics that
the advertis-
ing in this
year's issues
of "The Goal
Po s t" has
been obtained.
G e 0 r g e K.
Belden, L. A.
Page, Arnold
Oss, William
Kerr, Sig.
Minnesota decided this year to
get away from the program idea
entirely and to issue a publication of the
magazine type, containing information
of general interest on athletics and in-
cluding, in a center spread, a lineup of
the teams and squads.
By making "The Goal Post" a success,
Minnesota believes it can claim to be the
only school in the "Big Ten" that pre-
sents a reasonably elaborate athletic
publication to football crowds. Else-
where such books cost 25 cents and, on
special occasions, half a dollar.
Free distribution of " The Goal Post "
can be m;;tintained by the athletic ad-
ministration only as long as sufficient
advertising revenue to pay for it is ob-
tained. No profit has ever been made on
football publications by the university,
and last year it was put out at a loss of
$800. This year the book will probably
show about an even break.
I t is due to the co-operation of the
"M" Club, composed of men who have
Harris and many other faithful alumni of
Minnesota have contributed much time
and effort to sell "Goal Post" space. In
view of this and of the fact that the publi-
cation is free, Minnesota hopes that Twin
City advertisers will look with kindly eye
on solicitors for " Goal Post" space when
the season of 1928 rolls around, a season
which will see more and bigger home
games t h a ~ we have had this year.
Suggestions regarding "The Goal
Post" should be sent to the editor, T. E.
Steward, at 216 Administration building,
Main Campus. Alumni who may wish
to write articles to appear in next year's
issue may get busy at once. As advertis-
ing manager the "M" club engaged
Truman G. Brooke, who has handled '
the details of the campaign. The "Goal
Post" has been printed by the Jensen
Printing Company.
And remember, there's a reason for
our advertising campaign. We hope we
shall not have to charge ticket buyers
for the information we now supply free.
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All Americans from Minnesota
F
IVE Minnesota players, including
Captain Herbert Joesting of the 1927
team, have been selected as Ail-American
representatives of the game of football .
In this connection it is notable that in
1910 when James C. Walker was se-
lected by Walter Camp as All-American
guard, he and John F . McGovern, All-
American quarterback in 1909, were two
among only nine men from any part of
the West who had been selected for that
honor. Four of the nine were from
Michigan-Heston, Schultz, Wells and
Benbrook; and three were from Chicago,
Herschberger, Eckersall and Steffen.
John F . McGov-
ern, first of Minne-
sota's All-Ameri-
cans, is still one of
the most loyal sup-
porters of Minne-
sota football, in his
capacity of sports
editor of The Min-
neapolis Journal.
McGOVERN McGovern entered
the University from Arlington, Minn.,
and played on the 1908, 1909 and 1910
teams, being captain of the team in 1909.
James C. Walker, guard in 1910 and
1911, was the second
man selected by
Walter Camp from
Minnesota as an
All-American
player. Walker was
one of the finest
guards ever to play
on a western field,
or for thal: matter,
in any part of the
WALKER
country. He played only two years at
Minnesota, going later to the med{cal
college of the University of Virginia.
from which he was graduated in 1914.
Albert Baston.
end, and receiving
man in the famous
forward pass com-
bination of Wyman
to Baston which
played so large a
part in making the
fame of Dr. H. L.
Williams' famous
BASTON 1916 eleven.wasthe
third player from Minnesota to be named
an All-American. Like McGovern.
Baston has kept up his interest in Minne-
sota football . He has recently returned
to Minneapolis and entered the auto:
mobile business.
Earl Martineau was the last Minne-
sotan to be selected
on Camp's mythi-
cal team before the
death of the famous
foo t ball expert.
Marty starred as
few backfield men
have been able to
do, fighting against
odds in many games
and reeling off his MARTINEAU
famous , dodging runs for hundreds of
yards each season that he played.
Marty' s last year. 1923. found him
captain, and it was accepted as a matter
of course in the football world when
Camp made him an All-American.
Captain Herbert Joesting, Minnesota's
(Continued on Page 32)
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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 at 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 inflicted. 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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15
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 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Unsportsmanlike conduct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tripping, hurdling, or piling up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Clipping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Illegal return to game. Half the distance to goal.
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Top. Left to Right: Belting. Iowa ; Yost: Michigan ; Little. Wisconsin; Center: Luehring. Minnesota;
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All Americans From
Minnesota
(Continued from Page 24)
plunging fullback,
was the practically
unanimous choice
of football coaches
and sports writers
the country over
for fullback on the
mythical All-Amer-
ican elevens that
were c h 0 sen as
JOE STING soon as the season
of 1926 was at an end. J oesting' s se-
lection may be considered fully as sound
as any ever made by Walter Camp.
More men pickedhim and the unanimity
shown in their opinions was unusual.
Dr: Clarence W.
Spears, head coach
of the Minnesota
team is another All-
American who has
a finger at least . in
the Minnesota foot-
ball pie. Dr. Spears
"played" on the
same All-American
team as Bert Bas- SPEARS
ton, that of 1916. His position was guard
and the college he represented was
Dartmouth.
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OCTOBER 29, 1927
Ohio State vs Chicago
Michigan vs Illinois
Minnesota vs Wisconsin
Denver vs Iowa
Missouri vs Northwestern
Indiana vs Harvard
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That's George MacKinnon
When a tall young man darts back
from the middle of a Minnesota de-
fensive formation, leaps incredibly high
and slams to the ground a pass from the
opposing backfield, its a good idea to
look at his jersey to see if it doesn't bear
the number 72, that of Minnesota's
light but fighting center. An accurate
passer in scrimmage, a man who always
gives all he has and a splendid defense
man against . those bullet like passes over
the line that sometimes put the opposing
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Post takes pleasure in making this ac-
knowledgement of the Gopher center's
splendid work. "Mac" is always eligible
and this year will win his third and last
Minnesota "M" on the gridiron.
Chorus to Sousa's March
Words by Michael M. Jalma, Director
of University of Minnesota Bands
March on, March on to Victory,
Loyal Sons of Varsity,
Fight on, fight on for Minnesota,
For the glory of the old Maroon and Gold.
March on, March on to win today,
Down the field, fighting every play
We're with you, team! Fighting team!
Hear our song, we cheer along
To help you win a Victory.
Rah!
Rah!
Rah!
Rah!
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Minneapolis. Minn.
Buildings. Railroad. Municipal
and Industrial I mprovemen13
GREAT LAKES
COAL & DOCK CO.
Retail Departmen13:
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS
120 East 5th St. 39 So. 5th St.
Cedar 4868 Main 5391
DIAMOND TIRE SALES, INC.
DIAMOND TIRES JOE TOMKINSON. Prop. ATLANTIC
EXPERT TIRE 76.78 South 11th St. 5421.5422
REPAIRING Let Us Take Care oj Your Tire Troubles
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The Minnesota Goal Post
A Game on Old Northrop Field
Industrial Contracting Co.
Minneapolis. Minn.
Building!-Railroad. Municipal
and I ndu!trial Improvement!
GREAT LAKES
COAL & DOCK CO.
Retail Department!:
ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS
120 East 5th St. 39 So. 5th St.
Cedar 4868 Main 5391
DIAMOND TIRE SALES, INC.
DIAMOND TIRES JOE TOMKINSON. Prop. ATLANTIC
EXPERT TIRE 76-78 South 11th St. 5421 - 5422
REPAIRING Let U! Take Care oj Your Tire Trouble!
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