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The Michigan Daily, 1915-11-21

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Osborn, Skinner R. G. Holton, Dickin-
FR ESH ENTS WIN STATE TITLE GOES Zan OdnPM
Gillis...... ...R. T........Peacock
CAMPIONSHIP IN TO CENTRAL HIGH Fo se, R.-
_derwood.. .. .. R. E. .. . ,.. .. .. Boville Cornell and Dartio
S Ann Ar bor Loses Two Star Halfbacks Schneider, Hill... Q. .. . . . .. .Hendrian ad Third Pla
u in Early Part of Game Staged Hicks, Eibler... L. H.........Vershure Men Had
On Muddy Field .Lau, Morton.. .. R. H .... . . . ..Moea"
(Continued from Page One.) IMOELLE . STARS .FOR .VISITORS Schmid......... F. B. ..Brenkert. Franklin, Mass., N
equally good on defense, their backs _Lovi --When Maine, with
Score by quarters: Lvr
literally smothering any end plays, Playing in a snowstorm, and on a Detroit Central . .. 6 18 6points against her, f
with Rowan and McCall doing the muddy field, which. made open work Ann Arbor....... 0 0 0 0--0 annual Eastern Int
heavy work in stopping line plunges. impossible, Detroit Central copped yes- Touchdowns-Moegle 5, Hendrian 2, country meet here
The quarter ended with no score terday's struggle from Ann Arbor Vershure. dope was upset, for
chalked up for either side. high school, and won a clear title to Referee--Perrine, Iowa State uni- out that if Princet
In the second quarter the opposing the state championship. The final versity, in first, the winner
teams layed one another to a stand- count was 4-Umpire-McGinness, Iowa State uni- horse" from te w
still each seemingly incapable of ad- versity. ished second with
stillanch eeinly icapblen o f a . The local team started the contest Head Linesman-Douglass, Michi- 54 points in the c
vancing the ball far enough within
in fine shape, but lost their two star gan. mouth taking third
their opponents' territory to make a
touchdown possible. The ball changed halfbacks before the first quarter was Field Judge--Armstrong, Michigan. Michigan's streng
hands several times through failure over. Hicks further injured his al- Time of Quarters-15 minutes. known quantity in
to make first down on both sides, and ready badknee, and Lau was ruled
penalties hielped to keep the pigskin ouBoMtomcWruhwrk en
in the center of the field. Fumbles
were frequent and loss of the ball was caught trying to slug one of the Cen-
proportionate. About the middle of tral men.
this period Simmons pulled off a kick Detroit made their first score be-
from his 40-yard line to the laws' fore the first quarter was five minutes
two-yard mark, from where Rowan old, and the Buss aggregation was
ran it back 10 yards. The laws tried never in any serious danger. Moegle R E N E L L E N
to work some fake plays, but on two did the trick, running through the en-
occasions fumbled, necessitating a tire, team from his own 40-yard line.
punt to the dents' 45-yard line. After This boy Moegle was the bright star
a penalty, laws offside, the dents pro- of the afternoon's entertainment, car-
ceeded to fumble the ball and were ying the ball repeatedly for long
forced to kick. Time was called with gains, and putting forth some of the
the play in the center of the field, best blocking that has been seen at
score 0-0. Ferry Field this season. He was ably
About the third play of the last pe- assisted by Vershure and Fletcher.
riod resulted in Brown of the dent Osborn was a solid rock against Straw,
aggregation tearing off a 35-yard run playing the game of his life against
around the laws' left end, the law a man 50 pounds heavier than him- W ith (N on
quarterback, the ony nan between self; and Markey, next to him, did well
the runner and thi goal line, nailing against Culver. A peculiar incident N
the dent back on the 15-yard line, of the contest was the failure of Cen-
From there the dents made it first tral to kick one goal in eight chances.
down on the laws' five-yard line. Two The lineup and summaries follow:
plays with Brown carrying the ball Ann Arbor Position Detroit
secured a touchdown, and Whitmarsh Breakey, Cuth-
kicked goal. The dents then kicked to bert, Phelps,
Rowan, who returned to the 15-yard Schneider.... L. E. .. .Sullivan.
line. Following the first few plays, an Kenaga
epidemic of cramped muscles cropped Kurtz, Campbell L. T. .. .....Fletcher
out, necessitating time out and stren- Hoffman.......L. G . . Straw, Minard
uous massaging. Another fake by the Markey.. .......C. ......Culver (C.)
laws 'failed to work and the dents held_ ______ ____
them for downs. Time was called for
Stevens, the law end, and Brown of
the dents. Afterward Stevens was
taken out of the game. The dents car-
ried the ball by line plunges to the
laws' three-yard line, where they lost Theatre
it on a fumble. With only about a
half-minute left to play, and straight
football failing to advance the line of THE MOST CONSPICUOUS SUCCES
scrimmage, the laws resorted to a pass
from behind their goalline. Brown -
intercepted and ran 13 yards for his
second touchdown. Whitmarsh kicked The Original BOSTON ENGLISH 0
goal. The final score stood 14-0, the
dents leading, as the game closed. All Star For the First Time Outside
Following, is the way the teams
lined up: t
Laws Dents
Scott..........R. E.........Cardinal
Lameroux...... R. T........Cameron JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN
Cooper, Wolfe...R R.G.........Wilson A S ORIGINAL
Morse.........C.........Tinsman THADDEUS IARL=
Sutter.... ... L. G............Goetz
Paisley.........L.T. ........Goodsell MIRTH CARMEN
Stevens, Eager.. L. E...........Mason AS O I
Brown.......... Q........Whitmarsh ARLI1NE
Rowan.........R. H.........Brown
McNamara...:. . H.........Taylor ELAINE DE SELLEif
McCall.........F. B......Simmons AS
Touchdowns--Brown, 2. THE QUEEN
Goals from Touchdown-Whit-
marsh, 2. ARTHUR DEANE a
Score by quarters: AS

Laws .............. 0 0 0 0-0 THE COUNT
Dents ........ ....0 0 0 14-14
Referee-F. E. Armstrong. ROBERT A. WHITE
Umpire-F. G. Millard. AS
Time of Quarters-15 minutes. DEVILSHOOF
CLOTHING
from the House ofKuppenheimer on PHILIP FEIN
sale by .N. F. Allen & Co., Main AS
reet, wed-eoa FLORESTEIN The World's Grea
House party time is drawing nigh. EUGENE CROWEL
See us for party Taxi Service. We AS
have the equipment We are prepared THE CAPTAIN
to take care of you efficiently. Stark Lower Floor$1.
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. nov16tf
LILLIAN__ALr c s Balcony $1.00 ai
Drop into Reule, Conlin & Fiegel's AS_-____
store for your clothes. BUDA
BASIL HORS IALL A Few Good Seats al
Films developed and printed at CONDUCTOR
Hoppe's Studio.
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