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VOL. XXXI. CHICAGO FOOTBALL EXTRA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920 PRICE FIVE CENTS

ANCIENT RIVALS CLINCH ON FERRY
FIELD FOR FIRST TIME SINCE1804;
MICHIGAN SCORES BY AIR ROUTE

MICHIGAN
CHICAGO

HEAVY WIND FROM WEST IS BIG
FACTOR; KICKS AGAINST
IT DIFFICULT
ALUMNI OUT IN FORCE
FOR REINSTATED GAME'
Block "M" Exhibited Between Halves
in South Stand for First
Time
(By Robert C. Angell)
Michigan triumpehd over Chicago
in a game that was bitterly contested
from start to finish this afternoon on
Ferry Field.
Ferry Field, 2:55 o'clock-The play
in the first half was remarkably even
until near -the close of the period when
two long end runs, one by Steketee
around left end and the other by
Banks who circled the other extrem-
ity took the ball to the Maroon 15-
yard line from the 50-yard mark. From
this place a pass, Banks to Usher, put
the ball over for the first counter.
Steketee made the score 7 to 0 with
the resultant goal.
The wind from the west made the
going bad, and the team going toward
the west goal was forced to play in
its own territory much of the time,
due to the inability of the punters to
cope with the wind.
Goebel was knocked out twice in
the first half and after the second
time was replaced by Cohn who im-I
mediately stopped the first play. Thei
half ended with the bail in the MaroonI
possession on the Chicago 20-yard l
line.
Ferry field, 1:30 o'clock, - Both'
Michigan and Chicago teams came on
the field half an hour before the game
started and practiced kicking and,
passing. Fifteen minutes later, with
the strains of the "Victors" reverber-1
ating-from stand to stand, the Mich-
igan Varsity band marched down the
field. Returning to the east end of
the field the band halted in front of
the flag pole and played the "Star
Spangled Banner."
Following this the "Yellow and
Blue" was played, the flag being low-
ered to half mast in honor of the
Michigan men who died in the war.
Officials from the Athletic association
caught several ticket scalpers outside.
the gates before the game started.
Chicago won the toss and chose to.
defend the west goal.
FIRST QUARTER
Steketee kicked off to Timmie who
returned ball to the 30-yard line.
Timmie goes off left tackle for 1 yard.
Timmie adds another 5 yards. On the
next play Chicago was thrown for a
2-yard loss. Palmer kicked outside
on Michigan's 43-yard line. Steketee
makes 5 yards on wide end run. Ush-

Michigan Position Chicago
11 Cappon ..L.E.. Strohmeier 39
1 Goetz......L.T.....Jackson 1
Capt. Capt.
3- Dunne......L.G....Hartong 18
8 Vick........C.......Reber 7
4 Wilson .... R.G..... Pheney 3
14 Johns .... R.T.... McGuire 2
10 Goebel ....R.E.. Halladay 15
15 Banks.... Q.B.....Crisler 36
6 Steketee.... L.H......Rouse 6
7 Usher .... R.H..... Palmer 41
12 Nelson ... .F.B... Timmie 21
Officials: Hackett, West Point,
Referee. Snyder, Harvard, Um-
pire. Lambert, Ohio State,
Field Judge. Clark, Indiana,
Head Linesman. Length of
quarters-15 minutes.
Usher and Cappon make 5 yards in
2 downs. Steketee punts out on Chi-
cago's 48-yard line. Rouse sweeps
around right end for 9 yards. Goebel
is injured but remains in the game.
Chicago. makes first down. Ball on
Michigan's 40-yard line. Timmie
plunges through center for 2 yards.
Palmer fails to gain through left tack-
le. A forward pass is intercepted by
Johns on Michigan's 32-yard line.
Usher plunges through center for 41
yards., Cappon is stopped for no gain
on right-end run. Usher adds an-
other 3 through center. End of first
quarter. Michigan 0, Chicago 0.
SECOND QUA XITER
Steketee punts to Chicago's 15-yard
line where Goetz nails Crisler. Tim-
mie is unable to gain through left
tackle. Timmie makes 3 through left
guard. The same man hits left tackle
for 1 more. Palmer punts outside on
Chicago's 29-yard line. Cappon makes
2 yards through right tackle. Steke-
tee fails to gain around right end. A
forward pass by Banks is not com-
pleted. Steketee attempts a place kick
which goes wide.
Palmer returns hbll to Chicago's 30-
yard line. Timmie makes 3 yards
through right guavA. The Chicago full-
back is stopped on his next attempt
at the line. Palmer gains 1 yard off
tackle. Palmer kicks outside on Mich-
igan's 49-yard line. Usher plows
through center for 5 yards. Banks
makes first down around right end.
Usher gains 2 through right guard.
Cappon makes 3 more. Banks fum-

COACH YOST
Renowned Wolverine mentor, who has
developed iLchigan teams for the
last. 19 years

bles and Dunne recovers on Chicago's 'cago's 43-yard line. Usher hits the
25-yard line. Usher fails to gain, line for 3 yards. A forward pass,
Steketee makes 2 yards on a wide end Banks to Steketee, is intercepted by
run. A forward pass is intercepted Palmer who returns ball to Chicago's
by Palmer who is downed by Cappon 37-yard line.
on Chicago's 5-yard line. Dunne and Cappon stop Strohmeier
Timmie plows through the Michigan on line right end run for no gain.
line for 9 yards. The Chicago full- Palmer loses a yard on line plunge.
back makes his first down on another Timmie adds 2 more through center.
line plunge. Timmie fails to gain on .Palmer kicks out of bounds on Mich-
another attempt at the line. Crisler igan's 38-yard line. Usher ploughs
makes 1 off left tackle. Timmie is through line for 6 yards. Cappon
smothered for no gain. Palmer kicks i makes first down.
to Chicago's 37-yard line. Steketee Usher hits left side of line for 5
goes off right tackle for 1 yard. Goe- yards. Banks makes 3 more off right
bel attempts a pass which is ground- tackle. Usher makes first down. Stek-
ed. Dunne throws a pass over the etee adds 41 through right tackle.
goal line from the 45-yard line which Banks fails to gain around right end.
is barely knocked down by a Chicago Banks is thrown for 10-yard loss.
back. Steketee misses another Ald Steketee kicks outside on Chicago's
goal from the 46-yard line. 43-yard line. Wilson stops Palmer on

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er fumbles and recovers for yard gain.
Banks is thrown for a 4-yard loss on
left end. Steketee punts to Rouse on
Chicago's 31-yard line. Timmie makes,
4 yards through eenter. On the same I
play he is stopped for 1 yard.
A forward pass, Crisler; is Incom-
plete. Vick stops Palmer. Timmie I
goes through guard for 1 yard. Pal- I
mer punts over the Michigan goal-
line. Ball on 20-yard line.
Steketee loses 1 yard on left end
run. Usher makes 1 yard through left
tackle. Steketee punts to Chicago's
45-yard line. Crisler pass is incom-
plete. Another pass meets same fate.
A third pass is .knocked down by a
Michigan man. Palmer punts to Mich-
igan's 25-yard line. Michigan was un-
able to gain in successive- attempts.
Steketee punted out on Michigan's 35-
yard line.
Two plunges by the Chicago backs
netted them 7 yards. Timmie adds
another yard. Chicago penalized 15
yards for holding. Crisler's long pass
goes incomplete. Palmer punts over
Michigan's goal. Ball is brought out
to the 20-yard line.

ASSISTANT COACHES-W TSQN. D ?I"GLASS, AND STURZENEGGER
Yost's three cohorts who have assisted him in P UIix football knowlge in this year's Varsity

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