Ski-U-Mah (pronounced sky-you-ma), was the college humor magazine of the University of Minnesota (and named for a U. of M. sports cheer) from about early 1920s to 1950. The magazine was affiliated to the Sigma Delta Chi fraternity in the university. It was modeled on Harvard Lampoon.
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