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CHICAGO, Nov. 22-An average gain Mi nesota's burly attack nette
,:.:..<:of five and a fifth yards every time he Gophers undisputed honors in 1
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took the pigskin this season gives to
Herb Joesting, Minnesota's driving
fullback, the reputation of being one
of the greatest backfield men the
Western Conference has seen.
Minus' his shoes, Joesting is six
feet, two inches tall and weighs 1921
pounds. Invariably when tackled the
Owatonna, Minn., charger dragged one
or more men a yard or so before being
downed. -He gained a total of 962j
yards, just 55 yards behind "Red"
Grange of Illinois, who set a Big Ten
record of 1017 yards in 1924. Joesting
led Western Conference players in
scoring with 13 touchdowns for a total
of 78 points.
Minnesota expects much 'of him next
year, his last.
Pyle Finds Trouble
In Tennis Dealings
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 21.-A nice ques-
tion in the etiquette of professional
tennis has been raised by the tendency
scoring as well as- the individual title
with a total of 269 points. Three
Northmen \were in the first five Con-
ference scorers. Among the over-
whelming scores piled up by Cwach
Spears' men were an 81-0 victory over
Butler, a 41-0 win over Iowa, and
another over Wabash by a 67-7 score.
On defense, the Gophers were not so
strong, as shown by the 64 points their
Although fourth as a scoring ma-
chine, Northwestern iproved to be the
strongest defensive team, according
to records, allowing her eight oppon-
ents only 22 points, representing three
touchdowns and a field goal. The
Wildcats piled up '179 points.
Michigan's Conference champions
ranked second both in points scored
and on defense. The Wolverine of-
fense accounted for 191 points while
its opponents gained 38 points. Coach
Wilce's Buckeyes played one less game
than the other Big Ten teams but
[finished third in scoring and fourth
on defensive play.
The team records are as follows:
of customers at C. C. Pyle's net circus' Minnesota ..................269
to appropriate the balls knocked out- Michigan ...................191
side the court. Ohio State................183
The impressario of professionalism Northwestern ...............179
employs four boys to chase stray ten- Purdue .....................146
nis balls at his Lenglen-Richards ex- Wisconsin ..................122
positions, but despite their pursuit, Illinis .....................121
many of the balls are lost among the Iowa ........................113
patrons. Indiana ....................80
-Chicago. . ...................47
Minnesota, the team of battering "the greatest fullback" Yost has everl
rams and wild runners, ran rough- seen; Anton Hulstrand, center, was
shod over the Michigan team at Min- o i d t
neapolis Saturday, and although thesd
final verdict gave Michigan a one veloped into a powerful man both on
point lead, the Gophers proved to be the offense and defense.
a great aggregation of football play- Minnesota's attack throughout the
ers. al- entire season consisted ih a plunging
I and end running attack. The forward
pass was not used to much advantage,
as the Gophers, urged on by their
first defeat by Michigan, overwhelm-
ed all their other -opposition, until
they met the Wolverines for the sec-
Arnold Horween has signed a con-
tract to continue as Harvard football
coach for next season.
Red Grange's team was beaten Sun-
day by Wilson's Wildcats, 16-6.
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Time after time the Minnesota
backs ran through the line and off the
tackles for long gains, and only when
within scoring distance did they fail
to show well, losing the ball several
times on intercepted passes.
Barnhart, halfback (top left) played
a consistent game throughout the en-
tire season; Captain Wheeler (top
center) was one of the best ends in
the Western Conference; Don Riddell
(top right )was only a substitute back
but displayed good form whenever
he was put into the fray; Joesting
(lower left) earned the reputation as
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