When the Wildcats played Nebraska on October 3, 1931, Al Capone and a few of his gang members were in attendance. From their seats in the 45th row of Dyche stadium in Evanston, “Scarface” and his henchmen were jeered and booed throughout the game. Capone left at the end of the third quarter, but it was already evident that Northwestern had won their first home game of the season 19 – 7. Check out this vintage reaction from The Daily Northwestern courtesy of Northwestern University Archives.

When the Wildcats played Nebraska on October 3, 1931, Al Capone and a few of his gang members were in attendance. From their seats in the 45th row of Dyche stadium in Evanston, “Scarface” and his henchmen were jeered and booed throughout the game. Capone left at the end of the third quarter, but it was already evident that Northwestern had won their first home game of the season 19 – 7. Check out this vintage reaction from The Daily Northwestern courtesy of Northwestern University Archives.

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