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a VOL. I. No. 31.
~oc I.No.31. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1890. PIE3CNS
PRICE 3 CENTS.
U. OF M., 34; PURDUE. 6. gets it. Grosb thon redeemns
'ePurdue Boys Disapponted in himlself by a long run to 20 yd.
the Result of the Gains. line aided by good interference.
TIhe knowledge of Purdaes leeott advanices bull to 5 II line.
csecore with the Chicazo Tim- (irosis finds a bole between Chad-
4ersity Club led many of the
goodly llumber present on Satur-
daly to expect a very close gamne,
Wtb Possible defeat for tile U. of
But by genleral good play 001
eleven msanaged to pile op are
Vlectable score, an~d except for a
Illestiouable decision of thle uli-
Pire would Ihave kept Purdue
fret0 scoring at all.
''rdue played a very stronlg
game chasracterized by hlard tack-
ling and Stndebaker's fine kicking,
hstt failed to Ioid our rushI line.
61s lmprovemlenlt in tealm play
aul tmanifest, yet many glaring
sait were mlade evident whlichl
must be corrected before we mneet
Cornell Tile rulshers do not fob-
hew1 ball on a kick, are weak
zs interfering and especially ill
tackling while tise backs drop the
hail altogether too oftens, are nlot
at all sure on a catclh, an(T fail to
t tileisole in rusih line, and as
arole play too near tile linle whlen
the other side ihas tile ball.
boffy played a good game, but
4 "eNed need of steady practice
dulring tilelnext two weeks very
Clearly.
Tile game-Play beginls at 3:10
by Pusrdue dribbling tile ball to
1eog1iam, wlho runs 20 yds. be-
hind tle V. Short rusihes carry
the ball to our 20 yd. line, wilere
101 a bad pass to Studebaker, 11.
Serrnan gets tile ball, Jewett
rusahes the ball to centre, wisere it
"outside. On the pass in it
1s dropped, but Dygert falls on it.
%"'11e takes his turn at running
51d dropping the ball, but Pearson
bourne ansd S. Shermsats and( gets
over tile line. Try a~t goal fails,
but S. Shlerrnan gets it anld reacihes
5 yd line, whlere G rosil agaitn gets
tihrougih. Jewett kicks goal, but
1H. Silermn is off side and tile
second trial fails, S points.
Studebaker kicks frotn 25 yd.
line, and Dygert is downed at
centre, Finnley gets bal011 a fum-
ble, Studebaker's kick is blocked
and lise falls 011 it at 20 N-d. litse.
Aftes a slighst gainl Studebaker
kicks ons 4 downs; Mixeots blocks
and gets tile ball at 25 yd. linse.
Malley mlakes 5 yds., tihenl Jewett
runs to 1 yd lisse and tihenl aroutsd
astd across tile litse. Goal. 14-0.
Thlompson starts tile ball withl a
10 yd. gaits but Malley gets iin.
Lackey then makes a lonlg run
arouttd and to 10 yd. line, whlence
the ball is rushsed to our 1 yd.
line. A touclidown seemss immsni-
nent, but H. Shlernman gets tihrougih
and gets tile ball, Malley and
Jewett make shlort gains, but
Jewett's leg begins to trouble hsim
and Duff= takes Isis place. Groshl
beintd V makes 10 yds., Duffy
10 yds. and loses the. ball. Pur-
due gains 15 yds. onl short rusises
thsroughs our centre, thlen weakenls
anld loses tise ball on 4 downs.
llaksis in two successive runs
Groes 25 yds. and Malley 5 m~ore.
Hillis hsurts Isis finger sligihtly and
McCarty takes isis place. (Irosis
rtus to beyonsd centre, tihen Dttffy
takes it a sihort distance, tile ball
is quickly put in play, umpire
stops to warn a man for offside
play, giving tise imapression that
time had been called, when Finney
grabs the ball and runs down thse
field untackled, putting tile ball
Isetween'tlse posts. Titsse is called
just asfter Stssdebasker kicks goal.
Score 14-fl.
Secotsdhilif: -Our ball. Tise
V rushl tsakes 13 yds., tlhetsn yds.;
thlen Malley rtsts to 10 yd. line
whsere Studebaker tackles im~ in
inagnificenst style. Thlree sitort
rushtes take Grosli over tise linse.
No goal.
Studebaker kicks way down tile
field but Grosis runs to 40 yd.
line, then Walley gains 15 yds.
tuore. Grosil takes it to 10 yd.
mne by tile tackle pl ty an~d )Duy
akes it over. Goal. 24--6.
Lackey starts tile ball from
censtre utsd gains 10 yds. thsen
Purdsse loses it 0o1 4 dowtss.
Sh~ort rushses take tlse ball well its-
to Pssrdue territory. Tsse hsalf-
backs msake 5 yds. ech, Pearson
3 vds., tlhen Malley lulls to 3 yd.
linse whsere 116 is splensdidly tackled
by Moore. GIoshs gets over tlse
linse. No goal, 28-6.
Studebaker kicks beyonsd cenltre
whlence. we advanlce it by shlost
rusises, aided by Dully's l.- *s d.
ruts to 20 yd. lisse whsere offside
play gives Purdue thse ball; HbI-
dets's good tackling pxevents Pur-
due fromo advancing tise bat so
tihat Studebaker is compelled to
kick. Ball goes outside near
centre, is passd to Malley who
after tlhe best run of tile game is
well tackled by Studebaker at 3
yd. line. On tile next play MalleyI
makes touchdown from wiiel
Duffv kicks goal. Time is called
before ansy furtiser play is made.
Score, 11. of M. 34, Pulrdue 6l.
Thse teatms were:
TT, of M. Pooitions. Purdue.
Chsadbousrne..Center..Steph~ensonl
S. Shlermlan..It. Gi..eeters
Traitser....L. 'G..Little
Matlley ... .R.T.....IHillis
c~Catrty
Pearsonl....L. T...Finnsey
McKeon ..... E ..hlerkless
R. Shlermatl. _.L. E..... .Moore
Hoelden .. ssQ'r hack.ll.Iougham
Jewett Lackey
(gaoshs ... Half backs
Puffy (Thtompson
)yeert.....Back ...Studebaker
Referee, Abbott, 191; Umpire,
TDorsey, (Purdue '90,) U. of M.
'91.
Wright, Kay & ()o.
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