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Page 58 text:
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Captain Kahl deserves a great deal of credit tor the success of the team. His vigorous plunges put tear into the opposing; tacklcrs. His ability to gain vardage hv momentum won tor him the position as fullback on the All-Conference team.
WAI.TKR KIDK.M Captain-elect Walter liidem placed well tile position of halfback. Speed made him a halfback man t i hr feared hv opponents, lie was honored In a position on the second All-Conference team.
"Daw-it's" humorous wav of treating tragic situations helped put confidence into the team. He placed well the right guard position.
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I'ete always managed to make his opponent , respect him. When yardage was needed he managed to open a hole in the line for the runner.
Page 57 text:
I IH record made l v our light ami flashy football squad of 1925 is worth special mention. For many years we have visioned the developing of" a light, dashing squad that would hound our rivals. In the past misfortune has compelled us to confide these visions to ourselves. Football teams have come and football teams have gone but never lias Science developed a squad that it can be more justly proud of than the squad of 1925.
At the beginning of the season about thirty men reported to Coach Bute for suits. Very few of these men ever had a great deal of former experience. They were light and awkward in their ways. Not one a star. Although lacking many qualifications, the desire for action was apparent. The boys were determined to win and they entered into training with but one object in view—championship.
After a few weeks of intensive training this rough and ready group had transformed into what might be termed a football squad. The championship vision once more Hashed itself upon their minds. A game was played—they lost: but they had perceived one thing, their defects. Another game was played and they tied. The road to their goal was apparent; but one quality was needed—it was fight, and fight they did. The next game matched them with one of the most powerful teams of the conference and they tied again. The determination of winning grew stronger and in the following garnet hey swamped their rivals. So reads the history of our 1925 football squad—the team which played a brand of football unwitnessed for many years at this institution.
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"Butts” played right end. Opponents thought twice before starting a play around his end of the line. He is an exceptionally good tackier and never lacks the lighting spirit. "Butts" was given a position on the second All-Conference team.
“Nellt" is a light, flashy player. He is a good tackier. Being light and speedv. he is a hard man to stop.
Although |oe was not a regular lie showed himself a consistent plater. He was « t the fighting type.
WILBL'R LUND AY
Wilbur was a good pass catcher and tackier. He greatly strengthened the left side of the line. His ability to be in the right place at the right time made him a valuable man.
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