Sport: Post Under Yost

During the quarter-of-a-century coaching regime of Fielding H. ("Hurry Up") Yost, Michigan football teams were hailed from coast to coast. Proud alumni monopolized parlor conversation with tales of Michigan's point-a-minute scores, its four undefeated, untied seasons, its twelve All-Americans, including amazing young Harry Kipke.

When Fielding Yost gave up coaching in 1929 to devote all his time to the administrative post of director of athletics, amazing young Harry Kipke took his place. In four years (1930-33) his teams lost only one game. But in addition to being a good strategist, teacher and...

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