Sport: Football, Nov. 26, 1934

When the University of Minnesota's football team routed Chicago 35-to-7 last week with five authoritative marches to the Maroon goalline, sportswriters began talking of Minnesota not as the greatest team of 1934, but as one of the greatest of all time. To many an oldster it rated with Coach "Hurry Up" Yost's "point-a-minute" Michigan teams of 1901-04, Pittsburgh's invincible 1916 combination and Notre Dame in the days of the "Four Horsemen."

Statistics of Minnesota's seven straight victories over respectable opponents were staggering. The team had tallied a total of 236 points to...

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