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VOL. XXXI. MINNESOTA FOOTBALL EXTRA ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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BU

KEES,

INDIANS

TIE

MICHIGAN GETS 3 POINTS IN FIRST HALF
DETERMINATION TO-WIN LAST GAME
Of SEASON EVINCED BY BOTH TEAMS

SCORE BY QUARTERS

MICHIGAN

1st
0
0

2nd
3
0

3rd 4th FINAL
0 0 3

MINNESOTA -

0

0

0

MINNESOTA WINS TOSS, KICKS
OFF TO MAIZE AND
BLUE
STEKETEE MAKES FIRST
SCORE ON FIELD GOAL
Usher Gains Consistently On Line
Flays; Gophers Are Outkicked
Through First Half
(By Thornton W. Sargent, Jr.)
Northrop Field, Minneapolis,-Nov.
20.-Michigan's eleven won an even
break in Conference games this year
by defeating the hard fighting Minne-
sota eleven here today.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 20.-Trot-
ting up the field a little before 1:30
o'clock, the Michigan team worked
out 15 minutes and then left. The
Minnesota band marched around the
field as the stands filled slowly.
"We are set and ready for a hard
battle," said Captain Goetz just be-
fore the game.
There was great cheering as the
Minnesota team came upon the field
at 1:50 o'clock and went through a
brisk signal drill. Some 22,000 spec-
tators were in the stands.
LINE-UP
Mich. Pos. Minn.
Cappon .........LE......... Gilstad
Goets..........LT..........Teberg
Dunne ........LG.............Nolan
Vick ..........C..........Clement
Wilson ........R.G...........Tierney1
Wieman .......RT..........Frazie
Goebel.......RE...........Gruye
Banks.........Q..........Arnston
Nelson ..........FB........ Ekberg
Steketee .......LH..............Oss
Usher .........RH..........Brown
Michigan took the lead in the sec-
ond quarter when Steketee dropped
a place kick through the uprights.
Arnston's fumble on his own 15-yard
line led to the goal.y
Minnesota's triple shift, while
bringing the ball down the field sev-
eral times, lackednthe punch to drive
it over the goal line. The Gophers
came nearest to scoring when Brown
tried for a drop kick, which was a
fizzle.
End run and fast work was almost
impossible due to a muddy field. Line
bucking and off tackle drives brought
the majority of the gains for both
teams.
Minnesota completed two passes,
each for 15 yards. Usher's line
plunging was the feature of the half.
FIRST QUARTER
Michigan lost the toss, but received.
Eckberk kicked off for Minnesota to
Steketee, who returns the ball to the
middle of the field. Usher hits center
for three yards. Steketee followed by
skirting left en, for 8 yards. Usher
made 1 yard. The ball is on Minne-
sota's 38-yard line. Cappon was held
for no gain. Banks attempted a for-
ward pass which went incomplete.
Steketee punted over Minnesota's goal
line.
Minnesota took the ball on her own
20-yard line. Brown made 2 yards
on the first play. Glstad went
through center for 5 -yards. Minne-
sota fumbles, but recovers. Minne-
sota punted to Michigan on Michi-
gan's 47-yard line. Steketee lost 7
yards around right end. Steketee

IN DAYS OF YORE

Michigan
1892....... 6
1893.........20
1895....... 20
1896....... 6
1897.....-. 14
1902........23
1903..... .6
1909.........15
1910....... 6
1919....... 7
Total..,. 123

Minnesota
16
34
0
4
0
6
6
6
0
34
106

punted over the goal line.
the first play skirted left
yards. , Oss makes it first

Arston on
end for 5
down.

Completes Pass
Minnesota attempted a forward
pass which was completed, putting
the ball on Michigan's 45-yard line.
Eckberg plunged through center forl
8 yards. Gilstad was stopped. Mich-
igan took the ball on her own 37-
yard line. Usher hit center for 2
yards. Banks on an attempted end
run around the left end loses 1 yard.
Steketee punted to Arnston, who re-
turned the ball to Minnesota's 24-yard
line. Arnston made 5 yards around
left end. Time out for Michigan.
Oss slid off left tackle for 3 yards.
Arnston was stopped. Ekberg punt-
ed to Banks, who was downed in his
tracks. Steketee made 2 yards
through right tackle. Usher adds 2
more through center. On the next
play Usher made first down through
center. Again Usher gets the ball
and made 3 yards off left tackle. For
the fourth time Usher carried the ball
2 more yards and adds 3 more through
center.
The quarter ended with the ball in
Michigan's possession on Minnesota's
37-yard line. Score, 0 to 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Usher made first down through cen-
ter. Steketee loses one yard around
left end. Banks made 1 around left
end. A forward pass, Goebel to Ush-
er, goes incomplete. Steketee called
upon to punt. Oss returns the punt
to Minnesota's 20-yard line. Ekberg
kicks to Michigon on the 50-yard line.
Michigan took time out for confer-
ence. Usher made 1 yard through
center. Steketee adds 3 off right
tackle. Steketee is forced to punt to
Arnston on Minnesota's 15-yard line.
Arnston fumbles and Micihgan recov-
ers on Minnesota's 15-yard line. Ush-
er fails to gain. Steketee also held
on attempt around left end. Banks
was thrown for a 2-yard loss around
right end. -Steketee dropped back to
his 30-yard line and made a field goal.
Michigan, 3; Minnesota, 0.
Steketee kicked off to Arnston, who
returned the ball to his own 25-yard
line. Cohn was sent in for Nelson.
Arnston slides off right tackle for 5
yards. Oss makes it first down
through the same hole. Regnier goes
in for Arnston. Regnier hits center'
for 3 yards. Oss is held for no gain
around right end. Regnier kicks to
Banks on Michigan's 10-yard line.
Steketee circles left end for 8 yards.
Usher adds one through line. Steke-
tee punts to Regnier, who returns the,
ball to Michigan's 38-yard line. Reg-
nier makes 2 yards off right tackle.

SECOND HALF
Substitutions-Michigan: Perrin for
Cappon, Cohn going to left end..
Steketee kicks off to Regnier, who
returns the ball to Minnesota's 30-
yard line. Oss got 2 through right
tackle. Ekberg adds 5 on the same
play. A forward, successfully com-
pleted, put the ball on Minnesota's 45-
yard line and gained them first down.
Regnier hits the line for 1 yard.
Brown goes off right tackle for 2
more. Regnier made 3 around left
end. Ekberg was forced to punt.
Banks Makes 16 Yards
His kick goes 50 yards and over the
Michigan goal line. Michigan takes
the ball on her own 20-yard line. Per-
rin failed to gain around right end.
Banks on a sensational run across the
field took 16 yards. Usher smashes
through center for 1 yard. Cohn is
pulled back from end to carry the ball
for a yard through center. Steketee
punts out of bounds on Minnesota's
35-yard line. Minnesota takes the
ball.
Oss makes 1 yard. Regnier failed
to gain around right end. A pass,
Brown to Oss, puts the ball on Mich-
igan's 40-yard line. Brown hits the
Michigan line for a yard gain. On
another attempt Brown fails to gain.
Cohn intercepts a pass attempted by
Minnesota on the Michigan 20-yard
line. Perrin is given the ball and
breaks away for a 50-yard run around
end. Banks failed to gain. Cohn
takes the ball 3 yards through left
tackle. The ball is on Minnesota's
35-yard line. A Michigan forward
pass goes incomplete.
An attempt at an onside kick falls.
Minnesota takes the ball on her own
15-yard line. Ekberg punts to Mich-
igan, where the ball is recovered on
the 43-yardrline. Banks fumbles.
Minnesota recovers. Regnier goes
off left tackle for 6 yards. Time out
for Usher, but Usher remains in the
play. Oss makes it first down on
Michigan's 25-yard line. Ekberg gets:
8 through the line. Michigan is pen-
alized 5 yards. Minnesota has the
ball on Michigan's 15-yard line.
Regnier makes 3 yards through cen-
ter. Oss fails to gain. Time out for
Goebel. Goebel resumes. Ekberg
makes 1 yard. Steketee intercepts
pass on Michigan's 8-yard line.
Jack Dunn goes in for Banks. Stek-
etee kicks to center of field. Brown
makes 1 yard through center. For-

WIEIWAN
Who was back in the line-up today
for the first time.
Gopher Kick Fails
Regnier passes to Oss successfully,
putting the ball on Michigan's 22-yard
line. Michigan is penalized 5 yards
for being offside. Minnesota makes it
first down on Michigan's 18-yard line.1
Oss hits center for 1 yard and on they
next play is held for no gain. An
attempted pass goes wide. A drop
kick fails and Michigan recovers thel
ball on her own 12-yard line. Steke-
tee fails to gain off right tackle. Ush-
er hits the line for 3 yards. Steketee1
punts to Michigan's 35-yard line as
the half ended. Score: Michigan, 3;
Minnesota, 0.

Who has just successfully finished his
first year as Michigan's trainer.
ward pass to Ekberg puts ball on
Michigan's 28-yard line. Osp lost 4
yards. Forward pass was incomplete.
Another forward pass was incomplete,
but was allowed on account of inter-
ference. Ball on Michigan's 7-yard
line.
Oss makes 3 yards. Brown makes
1 yard. Ekberg carries the ball to
1-yard line. Minnesota fails to gain.
Michigan's ball on 1-yard ,line.
FOURTH QUARTER
Steketee kicks from behind goal
line to Regnier on Minnesota's 45-
yard line. Oss gains 5 off tackle.
Goebel intercepts forward pass on
Minnesota's 35-yard line. Cohn made
3 yards through left tackle. Perrin
made- 3 yards through center. Perrin
loses 10 yards on a fake- play. Steke-
tee punts over goal line. Minnesota's.
ball on her 20-yard line.
Ekberg hits center for 3 yards.
Three minutes left to play. Regnier
kicks to Dunn on Michigan's 18-yard
line. Steketee fails on end run. Stek-
etee kicks to Minnesota's 40-yard line.
A pass, Brown to Oss, is incomplete.
Another pass is grounded.

ILLINOIS FIGHTS
DESPERATE BATTLE
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
WORKMAN DOES REMARKABLY
THROUGHOUT INITIAL
PERIOD
SENSATIONAL 38 YARD
RUN BY STINCHCOMB
The First Quarter Ends With Neither
Team Being Able to
Score
(Special to the Daily)
At the end of the fourth quarter of
the Illinois-Ohio State game for the
championship of the Conference, the
score was 0 to 0.
There were at least 21,000 people,
the largest crowd that ever jammed
the Illinois stand, in the bleachers to
watch the Buckeyes and the Illinis
battle for the Big Ten football title.
Captain Depler of the Illinois squad
was not in the game because of a bro-
ken collar-bone. Reitch started in
his place.
Stinchcoipb's remarkable 35-yard
run about the middle of the second
quatrer placed the ball on Illinois'
15-yard line and was probably the
most sensational piece of work in the
game. H. Workman for Ohio State
starred also when he punted out of
bounds on Illinois' 1-yard line. The
game was characterized from begin-
ning to end by the sensational man-
ner in which the game was fought.
Ohio State at one time pushed the
ball down to the Illinois 4-yard line,
but was unable to put it across. A
touchdown was averted by the splen-
did defensive work of the Illinois for-
ward wall.
Illinois showed punch in attack,
but the defense of the Buckeyes was
too strong to permit any sensational
gains. Carney was injured early in
the game and was forced out of play.
It is thought that his knee was in-
jured.
Steketee breaks up a third. Ekberg
kicks to Perrin on Michigan's 37-yard
line. Time out for Minnesota.
Perrin goes through line for 4
yards. Perrin makes 3 more off left
tackle. Perrin makes first down. Ball
in center of field. Time out for Min-
nesota.
McLaurie goes in for Nolan. Usher
hits center for 4 yards. Perrin hits
right tackle for 2 yards. Steketee
fails to gain. Time out for Brown.
Larson goes in for Brown. Steketee
punts out of bounds on 35-yarl line.
Long pass is incomplete. Dunn inter-
cepts pass and runs out of bounds on
Minnesota's 45-yard line. Game over.
Main Addition Ready Soon.
The addition to the Medical school,
now being constructed in the court,
should be completed by next semester,
according to the Buildings and Grounds
department. This addition will ac-
commodate about 80 students and will
nclude a dissecting and a bacteriologi-
cal laboratory.
~ The men in charge of this is-

sue are:
Thomas H. Adams, Editor;
Dwight P. Joyce, Manager. Ed-
itorial Assistants-Joseph Bern-
stein, Norman Damon, Leo
Hershdorfer, Huston MclBain,
Wallace Elliot, James flume,
and Harold Howlett.

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