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11

ARSITY DEFEATS
PURPLE, 16O TO 13

(Continued from Page One)
First Quarter.
Weston received Northwestern's kick
of and returned the pigskin to the 25
yard line. An attempt to advanpe it
further met with failure when the fast
little. half back hit an opposing
tackle too hard, and had the ball
knocked from his arms. He recover-
ed, however, giving Sparks an oppor-
tunity to punt the ball down the field.
It was a high long one, with suffici-
ent time in the air to allow Goets to
get to Brightmire as he was receiv-
ing it. The ensuing clash was too
much for the boy in the purple sweat-
er, and Magrath, Michigan end, who
was close on Goetz's heels, gathered
in the leather on Northwestern's 35
yard line. Successive plunges by
Cruse and Weston brought only six
yards of gain and, Sp rks decided to
make a try at goal.' He dropped back
to- the 85 yard line for a place. kick,
but it went wide. Northwestern got
the bal bn their own 20 yard line.
-Lane started things off In a hurry by
rambling down the field for 15 yards.
Peyton was given the ball next, but
failed to gain. Lane fumbled on the
next play and Weston recovered on
the Purple 40 yard line. Cruse and
Sparks. were used to go through holes
opened by Goetz and Hugh Wilson,
giving Sparks a chance to pass to
Dunne. The pass went over the goal
line and failed. Northwestern's ball
on their 20 yard line. Scott was giv-
en the ball on the whistle, but lost it
to Magrath on a fumble. Sparks car-
ried the ball, but was unable to pene-'
trate the .Purple line for 'a substan-
tial gain, so attempted another place#
kick, this time from the 20 yard line.,
It failed. Northwestern's ball on own
20 yard line. Penalized to the 1 yard7
line for holding. Lane's punt wasj
too hard for Sparks to handle and all he
could do was to fall on it after it had

his style of -play, then Peyton was
given the ball. The colored boy ran
70. yards with ball. He was also
called upon to bring the Purple a first
down after this run.
Scott and Peyton divided the re-
mainder of the honors carrying the
ball to Michigan's 1 yard line. The
Wolverines, at this point! exhibited a.
class of football that astonished even
CoachaYost. Three'times, the Purple
team attempted to smash through the
Michigan line in an effort to gain that
one remaining yard. Three times, the
Wolverines threw the Methodist back,
but the fourth was too much, for the
Northwestern players literally lifted
Peyton, who carried the ball, and threw
him over the heads of the Yostmen
for their second touchdown. The ball
was called over the line by a narrow
margin of six inches. The attempt;
at goal was successful. Sparks kicked
off to Northwestern's 20 yard line.
Peyton got off for another nice run,
gaining 25 yards this time. Scott
reeled off two and Michigan gave the
visitors a first down when they were
penalized for being off side. Vick
threw Peyton for a six yard loss.
Cruse intercepted a pass and ran 25
yards with it. Ball on Northwestern's
28 yard line. Seore---lcbIgfan, 2;
Northwestern, 13.
Fourth Quarter
Sparks opened the final period of
the gafue with a five yard advance,
and Cruse smashed through the oppos-
ing center for the first down. Sparks
reeled, of another- six yards and then
called for a criss cross play. It lost
three yards. Sparks, himself,' recover-
ed on Michigan's 45 yard ljne and ad-
vanced the ball to the middle of the
field. A pass, Vick to Dunne, netted
27 yards. Smashing line plays car-
ried the ball 'o the 20 yard line but
the Purple line tightened and held for
downs. Northwestern was penalized
5 yards. A fake kick netted no gain
and Lane punted. Goetz blocked the
kick, and G. Dunn fell on it for Mich--
igan's first touchdown. Sparks kick-
ed goal. Sparks kicked off to Bright-
mire, who was stopped short. Pey-

THEUNANSWERED CAL
Editor, The Daily Sport Page:
Why should the call of Michigan's
track coach, the best in the country,
og unheeded? For two years he has
coached a handful of men to inter-
'collegiate championships. His menj
have defeated the pride of the east
and of the west, and yet he has only
15 men out for varsity cross country,
from which he must select a team of-
six men.
During the war he had as many as
15 men working consistantly and per-
sistantly even though there was no
chance of a schedule. This year when
Michigan has the best cross-country
schedule in history (M. A. C. at Lan-
sing, Illinois at Urbana, Intercol-'
legiates at Columbus, and the Harp-
ham trophy race) she has the poor-
est representation. What is the mat-
ter at Michigan? Are there not
enough red blooded men to well rep-

resent Michigan?
Don't let the West reveng
stinging defeats Michigan has
ed down since she has re-entei
Conference. Let's go,, Michiga
Coach Farrell a chance.
SHERWALD W. SEDGWIC
Captain Cross,Country
Captain Varsity Track
LISTEN! Do not wait for s
perience. It is easier to make
than save it. A-6 per cent inve
is better than a gambling 50 pe
imaginary expectation, with 9
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went over
CAPTAIN GOETZ, WHO WAS THE
ifavorable defense star of the Michigan victory
till being over Northwe'-ern.
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Football Results

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Chicago, 0; Illinois, 10..
Minnesota, 19; Wisconsin, 7.
South Dakota, 13; Iowa, 26.
M.. A. C., 7; Purdue, 13.
e ndiana, 3 NotreDame, 16.
w Ames, 3; Nebraska, 0.
et Maryland State, 0; Yale, 31.
i' Springfield "Y," 0; Harvard, 20.
West Virginia, 25; Princeton, 0.
Lafayette, 21; Cornell, 2.\
xt Tufts, 13; West Point, 24. M
West Virginia! Wesleyan, 0; Anapol-
is, 20.

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bounced out of his
igan's 30 yard line.

hands, on Mich-
Weston skirted

left end for nine yards and Cruse got
first down. The Purple line tighten-
ed and the ball went to them on downs.
A forward pass netted them 9 yards
but Michigan held and they were forc-
ed to punt. Sparks punted in return
to Michigan 45 yard line. A pass, in-
tercepted by a Michigan man, but con-
pleted before it hit the ground, was
carried across the goal line by .G.
Bernhard for a touchdown. The at-
tempt at goal failed. Sparks . kicked
off and the Purple returned to their
own 35 yard line.
End of quarter. Shore-Michigan,
0; Northwestern, 6.

ton was thrown for a loss twige in
succession = and the Michigan line al-
lowed no advances. Culver grabbed
Lane for a beautiful tackle and the
next play saw the visitors punting.
The ball went outside of their own 26
yard line. Vick hit the line for five
yards and Sparks' got first down. A
fake pass, from Vick to Sparks, long
forgotten, but revived as 'a last resort
by the Wolverines, gave the little
quarter a chance to break through a
scattered field of Purple warriors, for
the winning touchdown of the game.
Sparks kicked goal. In the ensuing
two minutes, the'Purple players made
a game effort to overcome the sudden
spurt of the Maize and Blue warriors,I
but the fight spirit of the Wolverines
was at itsheight and the ball died
in the 'middle -of the field.
Find Score: Michigan, 1; North-
western, 13 ,

Siqce I Began to Bowl
I Sleep Like a Top"

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Second Quarter
A stonewall formed by the Michigan
forwards led Lane to attempt a pass to=
C. Barnard taking the ball to Mich-
igan 35 yard line. Two passes by the
same men were blocked by Dunne,
and Brigbtmire was forced to punt.
Michigan got theball on the 20 yard
line. An unexpected aggressiveness
on the part of the visitors 'took the
Michigan backs by surprise, throwing
them for losses and forcing Sparks to
kick. Northwestern took the ball on
Michigan's 35 yard line and attempted
a pass.in an effort to gain ground.
Cruse intercepted the flight of the ball
and didn't stop running until he had
covered 35 yards. Ball on 13 yard
line. The Purple line, in danger
again, held and forced Sparks to at-
tempt a place kick. He failed. North-
western's ball on their own 20 yard
line. A penalty for delaying the
game I and the strength of the Mich-
igan line, brought a punt from the de-
fenders of the Purple goal and Sparks,
recovering the ball, carried it to the
35 yard line. Cruse, Vick and Sparks
took advantage of holes opened by
Goetz and covered 12 yards. Two
passes, Vick to Dunne, were attempt-
ed but failed and Sparks attempted his
third place kick without result. North-
western's ball on own 20 yard line.
Lane punted immediately and Sparks
recovered. The Michigan backs start-
ed down the field in earnest, carry-
ing the ball to the middle of the field
where the Purple line tightened and
Sparks was forced to punt to the
Northwestern 2 yard line.
Half over. Sore-Michigan, 0;
Northwestern, 6.
SECOND HALF
Sparks kicked off but Northwestern
failed to get far with the ball. Lane
was called upon to carry it on a fake
play that brought 9 yards. The Maize
and Blue team tightened, forcing Lane
outside on the fourth down. Mich-
igan's ball on 30 yard line. Cruse
and Sparks were again calledi upon to
penetrate the opposing line, but they
failed to cross the goal line. The ball
went to the Purple team and Michigan
forced them over their own goal for
'a safety. Lane featured on the offen-

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