Football: Dec. 1, 1930

It was Coach Richard Hanley's birthday week; his brother was on the team; he begged for victory. For 53 minutes his Northwesterners, unbeaten in their Big Ten games, outcharged, outkicked, held scoreless the great Notre Dame team. Twice they lost the ball inside the enemy 5-yd. line in the second period. Then, in the last period, Notre Dame's Schwartz got away and ran 28 yards to break the tie, and a little later Notre Dame's Dan Hanley made the score that beat Northwestern's Hanleys† 14 to 0.

Beaten by Army, Michigan, Dartmouth and Holy...

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