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EASTERN MEN PLAY VARSITY TO4
TIE SCORE. 4
TE E *UNIVERSITY NOTICES
(Continued from page 1.)_
for the easterners and Fogg punted ^
equally as well as Thomson. After Junior it class meeting, 4 p. m.
Michigan had scored, early in the first Monda.\, ;an hall.
period, they seemed to lose all ner- Se110 ' zLiass meeting, Monday at
vousness and went after the game with 4 p. inf aspan hall.
a spirit of fight that was not to be de- e udent ?frgmatiss-Lreativekto-
nied. And when Michigan had the o call Pugh atui 8 ratvto
ball on their five yard line with three -forn.tion of Missouri-Oklahoma club.
downs to take it over, their line held Class presidents are requested by
like adamant and stopped short the the Council to call meetings of their.
bucks of Thomson and Wells. Their respective classes tomorrow for the
work on forward passes was good and purpose of determining the attitude
it was one of these that made their e . their classes in regard to the trip
touchdown possible. t mof the band to Cornell. Turn such re-
ports into the Council committee at
The ga mmay be cos in more the Union as soon as possible after
than one respect in that Jimmy Craig, 6 oclock, Monday.
whom manyGlee club rehearsal at Phi Gam ma
whom many consider Michigan's bestD Househoar 10pn,
back, may be out of the game for an
indefinite period. Craig was taken out Teetay ofAeronautcal Eciety,
early in the second quarter after he P i311 En Butlisg
had ben fircelySoph lit meeting in West. Physics
had been fiercely tackled but not many ectre room, Monday 5 p. i
considered that he had been badly in- etr om ody5p n
jured. At a late hour last fight the Meeting fresh lits lecture room Tap-
extent of his injuries were not defi- pan hall, Monday 4 p. m.
nitely known but it was feared that
he had torn the cartilage around one equal terms with the Wolverines.
of his ribs.' If such is the case he 3iichigadn Outplayed
will be out' of the Cornell game and Michigan started the second half
perhaps for longer. Kraenzlein stat- with a rush and carried the ball to
ed last night that he was unable to the shadow of the Syracuse goal posts.
tell whether the cartilage had been Twice they had the ball within the
torn but feared that to be the case. In ton yard line and first down, but the
such an event Craig will be out of the Syracuse line was a stone wall and
game for some 'time. The rest of the each time they were driven back and
teca f me through in fair shape the ball went to the Easterners. From
teamcam thoug in fai shpe hattime on, Michigan was clearly
though Pontius got a bad kick in the thattedon gbackwia eny
head. outplayed. Coming back with a yen-
oMichigan Scores Early. geance Syracuse carried the ball well
Frointhe way the Wolverines start- into Michigan' territory, and kept it
ed out it looked like an easy victory there the remainder of the period.
I They ran Michigan's ends, they smash-
with only the question of the score to,
solve. They started a procession to ed the lne, and were playing a- great
the goal by the, aid of the line buck- game. Twice Thomson was called
ing of Wells and Thomson. With the upon to kick from his own goal line
ball on the 'Syracuse eight yard line and the ball was seldom past the mid-
th failed to make the oal and Bo dIe of the field.
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gle tried a place kick from the 18
yard line. Propst broke through and
deflected the kick and Syracuse start-
ed scrimmage on her 25 yard line.
Syracuse failed to gain and Fogg punt-
ed to Michigan's 50 yard line. Then
with a series of line bucks and close
end runs from a punt formation, Mich-
igan again worked its way toward the
Syracuse goal. Finally Thomson. tore
off an eighteen yard run off tackle and
went over for a touchdown in eight
minutes of play. Bogle kicked an
The second quarter was practically
even, neither team putting its oppon-
ent's goal in danger and both resort-
ing to their kicking game. It was
during this period, however, that the
Syracuse backs began to skirt Michi.
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Syracuse Ties Score.
The last quarter opened with both
I teams playing a kicking game, Michi-
gan relying on her six points and
Syracuse hoping to get the ball in the
Wolverine territory. The Salt City
'team was outplaying Michigan, though
it hardly appeared that they could
score, But with the ball on Michigan's
fifty yard line, Fogg made a forward
pass to Propst, who, with three men
for interference, started down a clear
fid. He was caught on the two yarl I
line by Wells but in two bucks Syra-
cuse put the ball over for a touch-
down. Day kicked a goal and tU
score was tied. For a few minutes
after this Michigan braced up an;
showed some real tackling but there
was but little time left and the game
ended with the score a tie.
Michigan Positions Syracuse
Garrels, M. Smith.L.E............Day
Conklin (Capt) .... L.T. ........Reeve
Kaynor. . ......L.G........Camp
Quinn............R.G. ..... Hilfinger
Pontius........R.E....... . Kallet
Craig,.Picard ... Q...Fogg (Capt)
Wells-Carpell.... R.H. .....E. Smith
Referee-Hackett, West Point; um-
pire-Lynch, Brown; field judge-
!Yackley, Penn State; head linesman-
Macklin, M. A. C.
Touchdowns-Thomson, Fogg; goals
from touchdown-Bogle, Day. Time
of quarters-iS minutes.
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