"Newspaper cartoon character" KRAZY KAT," and " Every Man His Own Football," floating over the German landscape." ( In 1919 a year after World War I ended, in Berlin a magazine is published with the title: (Jjederman sein eigner fossball) " Every Man His Own Football ". The title has no meaning and the magazine is banned by the government. The Dadists who published the magazine organize a parade in Berlin. One part of the parade is the chanting of "Every Man His Own Football." The parade with a bus, and band is jeered at in the well to do neighborhoods, but in the working class neighborhood is cheered, and people watching join in the parade chanting " Every Man His Own Football." That phrase " Every Man His Own Football " became a popular saying in Berlin and an expression of contempt for the government.