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NEBRASKA

MINNESOTA I
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MEMORIAL STADIUMOCT.12
Dr. George Hauser
Bernard W. Bierman
President of the American Football Coaches
Association and head coach at the University
of Minnesota.
Gopher Coaches
Burt Baston Lowell Dawson
W. H. Browne
Dana X. Bible
Past president of the American Football
Coaches Association and head football coach
at the University of Nebraska.
Cornhusker Coaches
Roy Lyman H. F. Schulte
Wilkinson-Guard Smith, R.-Tackle Oech-Guard Reed-End
Gophers
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Widseth-Tackle King-End Antil-End Levoir-Back
Midler-Guard Thompson-Back Sidel-Back Rennebohm-Center
Gophers
Alfonse-Back Roscoe-Back Uram-Back Beise-Back
Nebraska's All-America Coaches
ROY LYMAN
ED WEIR LA WRENCE ELY
Drippings From the Dope Bucket
By GREGG McBRIDE
T
URNING THE PAGES-Nebraska and Minne-
sota have met on the gridiron 16 times and dur-
ing the series the Cornhuskers have won two
victories and the Gophers have triumphed a dozen
times, two of the contests resulted in . ties. . . . The
first meeting was in 1900 and the scene was Lincoln
where 5,000 saw a great Minnesota team win 20-12,
the Scarlet gaining some solace in the fact the . 12
points represented the largest score made against
Minnesota during that season. . . . The '00 game
was a Turkey day affair and Pillsbury faked a punt
and ran 65 yards for one Nebraska score and plunged
12 yards for the other. Hoyt scored two Minnesota
touchdowns and Aune counted the other. Minnesota
fans ran a special to the game and W. J. Bryan at-
tended .... When called upon for a speech before
the game, Bryan came up with the diplomatic ex-
pression .... The Commoner said "You Nebraska
Can Conquer" and then told the rival rooters to punc-
tuate it anyway they saw fit. ... Two special trains
carried 2,500 Nebraska rooters to the 1901 game and
although Minnesota didn't score until the last two
minutes of the first half the final score read 19-0 ....
The "gate" was less than $5,000 as Nebraska beat
Minnesota, 6-0, before a crowd of 6,000 at Minneapolis
in 1902 .... Bender went around end to score stand-
ing up and Benedict kicked the goal as the Huskers
won in the last few minutes of play .... So enthusias-
tic were the home folks that when they heard the
good news thep promptly took possession of a "mule
car" .... Bender ran 70 yards to a touchdown but
this wasn't enough to keep Nebraska from being de-
feated 16-12 at Minneapolis in 1904, Tackle Vita
counted two of the Gopher scores while a crowd of
12,000 loowed on .... When Minnesota walloped the
Cornhuskers 35-0 in 1905, a Lincoln writer scribbled
"Nebraska couldn't beat a pair of deuces" ... Terriflc
line smashing helped Minnesota win 3-0 in 1906 ....
The Gophers won 8-5 in 1907
and Minnesota rooters declared
won, 7-0, in 1913 at Lincoln .... Max Towle faked a
pass to Mastin and then threw to Gordon Beck for the
winning touchdown. . . . Beck took the low pass
about a foot off the ground and shook loose one
tackler and staggered into three others, stumbling
across the goal line ... when the pile was cleared the
ball 6 inches over. .. The 1919 game at Minneapolis
resulted in a 6-6 tie score, Schellenberg scoring for Ne-
braska and I-hertel for Minnesota. . . . Manders
picked up a loose lateral and ran to the touchdown
. which beat the Huskers, 7-6, in '32 .... A great
Minnesota team walloped Nebraska, 20-0, and then
went on to win the national championship last seas-
on.
WIN BIG SIX OPENER-Nebraska sailed away to
a winning start in the Big Six conference race last
Saturday by winning 20-7 over Iowa State at Ames.
Following today's game with Minnesota, the Corn-
huskers will meet the other Big Six opponents before
resuming play with non-conference foes.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO MANHA TT AN - The
next assignment on the Nebraska football book is
Kansas State at Manhattan. The Wildcats beat the
Huskers for the title last year and a special train will
carry rooters to Aggieville, as usual. The band and
frosh gridders will be in the party.
The next home game is with the University of
Oklahoma, Oct. 26. The sooners are coached this
year by "Riff" Jones, former Army mentor.
WRITTEN ON THE CUFF-When Lloyd Card-
well raced a kickoff back 86 yards against the Univer-
sity of Chicago in the opening game, he was the first
Nebraskan to chase back a kickoff since .Clair Sloan
returned one 90 yards as the Huskers beat Kansas,
47-12, in 1927 . ... Cardwell with his three touch-
downs against the Maroons
is the fourth Nebraskan to
the '08 scoreless tie game hard-
est on Northrop field since
Minneapolis - Michigan battle
of '03. . . . Omaha was the
scene of the 1909 game and
Minnesota scored twice in
the last half to win 14-0 with
McGovern and Johnson as the
Gopher stars.... McGovern
kicked two field goals to help
Minnesota win 27-0 in 1910 ....
Owen Frank's dropkick from
the 28-yard line just before the
game ended was the only Ne-
braska scoring in that 21-3
game of 1911. ... Minnesota
won 13-0 in 1912 but Nebras-
kans got plenty opportunity to
to cheer when the Cornhuskers
MINNESOTA·NEBRASKA GAMES
score three or more touch-
downs in a game since Dave
Noble crossed the Iowa State
goal line three times in
1922. Glen Presnell scored four
against Grinnell in 1907, "Red"
Young tallied t h r e e times
against Iowa State in '29 and
Everett Kreizinger scored four
t 0 u c h dow n s against South
Dakota in 1931. ... Varsity
basketball players have been
engaging in informal workout
preparatory to the start of the
1935-36 cage campaign ....
There is no knothole section in
Year Winner
1900 Minnesota
1901 Minnesota
1902 Nebraska
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Tie game
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
Minnesota
1913 Nebraska
1919
1932
1934
Tie game
Minnesota
Minnesota
Score
. 20·12
19· 0
6· 0
16· 12
... 35· 0
13· 0
· 8· 5
...... O· 0
14· 0
.. 2i· 0
..... 13· 0
13· 0
.... 7· 0
· 6· 6
· 7· 6
... 20· 0
Games won- Minnesota, 12; Nebraska 2.
Tie gamcs-2. Total scores-Minnesota, 219;
Nebraska, 57.
the stadium today.
Hit the line hard
and hit it square
Play the game
and play it fair
Crash right through-
do or die
You've got to be good
MINNESOTA STARTING LINEUP
26 Reed Ends 34 Antil
76 Smith, R Tackles 77 Widseth
64 Oech Guards 62 Wilkenson
Center-40 Rennebohm
Quarterback-51 Sidel (c)
57 Roscoe Halfbacks 28 Rennix
Fullback---60 Beise
NEBRASKA STARTING LINEUP
44 Scherer Ends 36 Dohrmann
49 Ellis or 45 Shirey Tackles 32 Heldt (ge)
22 Williams Guards 16 Hubka
Center-46 Morrison
Quarterback-14 Bauer
11 LaNoue Halfbacks 24 Cardwell
Fullback-38 Francis
Make Your Reservations Now For Next Years Games
OFFICIALS
Referee ....
Umpire . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .
Field Judge ...... . ....... . . . . .
Headlinesman . ....... . ... .. . .. . . . .
. Fred Gardner
.... . . H. G. Hedges
. . Ira Carrithers
. . . .. . . . See Taylor
to SATISFY.
© 1935, LIGGETr & MYERS TOBACCO CO.
, I • •
1935 MINNESOTA ROSTER
23 Matheny 47 Larson 62 Wilkinson
24 Hanson 48 Berryman 64 Oech
25 Eiken 49 King 65 Johnson
26 Reed 50 Lund 66 Schultz
28 Rennix 51 Seidel (Capt.) 67 Rork
29 Thompson 52 Weld 68 Wooley
32 Uram 53 Dallera 70 Midler
34 Antil 56 Svendson 71 Olson
36 LeVoir 57 Roscoe 74 Trampe
38 Riley 58 Kafka 75 Freimuth
40 Rennebohm 59 Hork 76 Smith
41 Alfonse 60 Beise 77 Widseth
46 Smith 61 Krezowski 78 Nold
1935 NEBRASKA ROSTER
11 LaNoue 23 Hale 35 McDonald
13 Howell 24 Cardwell 36 Dohrmann
14 Bauer 25 Douglas 37 McGinnis
15 Turner 26 Benson 38 Francis
16 Hubka 27 Dodd 42 Peters
17 Glenn 28 Flasnick 43 Doyle
18 Eldridge 30 English 44 Scherer
19 Mehring 31 Richardson 45 Shirey
20 Ball 32 Heldt 46 Morrison
21 Andrews 33 Amen 48 Doherty
22 Williams 34 H o l m ~ 49 Ellis
SLOW MOTION PICTURES
of every game shown at
HOTEL CORNHUSKER BALLROOM
on the Monday following the game
Admission Ten cents
1935 Gopher Football Squad
No. Player
34 *Antil, Ray, Maple Lake . . ........... .. .
41 *Alfonse, Julius, Cumberland, Wis.
48 *Berryman, Bruce, Jackson ............. .
60 *Beise, Sheldon, Mound .
53 *Dallera, Frank, St. Paul ...
25 Eiken, Malvolm, Caledonia
75 *Freimuth, Bill, Duluth.
24 Hanson, Stan, Mound .............. .
59 Hork, Irving, Minneapolis
65 Johnson, Robert, Anoka . .
49 King, Ray, Duluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ...... .
58 Kafka, Edward, Antigo, Wis. . ...... . .
Position
. ............ End
· . Back
· .End
. .. Back
· . Guard
· . Back
· . Tackle
· .. Center
..... Guard
· . Tackle
. ... . . End
. .. . . Guard
61 Krezowski, Dominic, Minneapolis . . . .. . ... . . . ... End
36 *Levoir, Vernal, Minneapolis ..... . ..... . . · . Back
47 Larson, Merle, Iron Mountain, Mich .. . . Guard
50 Lund, James, Stillwater. · . Guard
23 Matheny, William, Anoka
70 Midler, Louis, St. Paul . ........... . . . ..... . .
· . Back
Guard and Tackle
78 Nold, Woodrow, Milwaukee, Wis ..
64 *Oech, Vern, Beach, N. D . ........ . ... .
71 Olson, R., Osseo .
26 Reed, Dwight, St. Paul ............ .. .
28 *Rennix, George, Aberdeen, S. D . ... . . .. . . .
40 *Rennebohm, Dale, Austin.
38 Riley, Sam, L'Anse, Mich . .
57 *Roscoe, George, Minneapolis ....... . .
67 *Rork, Whitman, EauClaire, Wis .. ...... . .
46 *Smith, B. Willis, Minneapolis .
51 *Seidel, Glenn, Minneapolis (Capt.).
56 Svendson, Earl, Minneapolis .......... . . . .
66 Schultz, Charles, St. Paul.
76 *Smith, Richard, Rockford, Ill. ..
29 Thompson, Clarence, Montevideo .......... . .
74 Trampe, Ray, Little Falls
32 Uram, Andrew, Minneapolis ..
52 Weld, Robert, Minneapolis . . ............. .
62 *Wilkinson, Charles, Minn·eapolis .
68 Wooley, James, Minneapolis
77 *Widseth, Edwin, McIntosh .
* Letterman.
23 Matheny
24 Hanson
25 Eiken
26 Reed
28 Rennix
29 Thompson
32 Uram
34 Antil
36 LeVoir
38 Riley
40 Rennebohm
41 Alfonse
46 Smith
47 Larson
48 Berryman
49 King
50 Lund
51 Seidel (Capt.)
52 Weld
53 Dallera
· ........... Center
. . .. Guard
............ Guard
. . . End
· . Back
.... .. Guard
· ..... . . .. .. Center
. .. Back
. .. Back
· ........... Tackle
. .. Back
· .. Center
· .. Guard
· . . Tackle
· . Back
.... . Tackle
· . Back
.......... Guard
..... . . . Guard
· .. Center
· . . Tackle
56 Svendson
57 Roscoe
58 Kafka
59 Hork
60 Beise
61 Krezowski
62 Wilkinson
640ech
65 Johnson
66 Schultz
Height Weight
6-0 190
5-11 178
5-11 175
5-11 195
6-0 195
6-0 165
6-6 210
6-0 190
6-1 200
6-1 195
6-2 193
5-11 185
6-2 195
5-10)'2 175
5-11 185
5-11 175
5-10Yz 160
6-1 210
6-0 190
6-1 195
5-10 190
6-0 175
5-11 180
5-10 180
5-11 180
6-1 190
6-0 195
6-1 195
6-0 185
6-0 187
6-2 215
6-2 218
5-11 168
6-1 210
5-11 168
6-0 195
6-1 190
6-0 190
6-1 220
67 Rork
68 Wooley
70 Midler
71 Olson
74 Trampe
75 Freimuth
76 Smith
77 Widseth
78 Nold
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Harold G. Petz
Director of intramural athletics LIt
the University of Nebraska. His work
also includes announcing football to
fans at Memorial stadium and assisting
Coach Schulte in track.
John K. Selleck
Veteran business manager of athletico'
and of student activities at the Univer-
sity of Nebraska. Among his many
duties is t he task of "seating everybody
on the 50-yard line."
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