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October 06, 1931 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-10-06

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Just a sawdust-stuffed canvas sack, shaped to represent the human
form. But the football men dive into "him", tackle "him", put all
they've got into bringing "him" down. The dummy represents the
human obstacles that will block their way to victory in the real
games. They know that once they can take "him" out, they'll be
able to pull down their live opponents.
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