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Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 13, Number 3 (Dec. 1911)

Wisconsin spirit,   pp. [120]-121


Page 121


WISCONSIN SFPI TIT
uinely friendly feeling on the part
of the students and alumni present
at that meeting for Minnesota.
The Wisconsin speakers who ad-
dressed this meeting all took occa-
sion to e-xpress the friendliest of
sentiments toward Minnesota, and
Coach Richards, in speaking of
what athletics had done for Wis-
consin, said we must not forget
that Minnesota has had a large.
share in making Wisconsin ath-
letics worth so much for the up-
building of a proper Wisconsin
spirit. Every expression of sen-
timent along this line was cheered
with a heaftiness that could leave
no doubt in the minds of anyone
as to the genuineness of the friend-
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ly feeling that existed toward Min-
nesota.
  No team that does not meet Wis-
consin in football can ever have a
clear title to the Middle West
championship; Wisconsin must be
reckoned with no less than Mich-
igan, in this respect; this year she
undoubtedly stands superior to
Michigan. Take the record of
twenty-one years-very few years
during that period have passed
when Wisconsin was not to be
reckoned with by contenders for
supremacy in Middle Western foot
ball. Those who are crying for a
change should keep this fact in
mind.
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HOW THE ALUMNI RECOGNIZED EACH OTHER AT THE HOMECOMING
121.


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