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"ON TO MICHIGAN"- BECOMES- LATEST
SLOGAN OF OHIO STATE FOLLOWERSi
FORMER STARS RETURN TO
HELP YOST GROOM TEAM
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question in spite of the fact that Yost
is extremely fortunate in possessing
such capable substitutes for quarter-
back and right half. Roby plays a
game similar to the smashing kind that
Usher is famous for, while Uteritz has
shown great promise in running the
team. In kicking Michigan sho
have an advantage. Steketee is a 1
ter booter than Stuart. The work
Kipke and Stuart will be watched wi
interest. Both of these men are hi
ly touted as open field men who ca
the triple threat, and upon the gai
Saturday will be determined sup
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'Scarlet and Grey Team Emerges from-
Minnesota Game Confident and
in Good Shape
MORE THAN 5,000 OHIOANS TO
INVADE FERRY FIELD GATES
By Karl B. Pauly
Sporting Editor of the Ohio State
Ohio State's team is back to work.
again in preparation for the game at
Michigan, appearing little the worse
for the wear and tear of the engage-
ment with Minnesota last week end
when the Gophers were humbled be-
before the eyes of Coach Fielding H.
Yost on Ohio field.
What Else Has Wilce?
So effective were the thrusts of the
Wilcemen through the Minnesota for-
ward wall, and so satisfactory the for-
ward pass and end runs, that the
Buckeyes were not compelled to lay
down all their cards on the table,'
and even the privileged scribes of Ohio
State and Columbus publications are
still wondering what trick Dr. John
W. Wilce had up his sleeve when he
chased everyone from the bleachers
during practice hour one evening last
Sunday afternoon Dr. Wilce met his
men in the Athletic house, reviewed
last Saturday's game and outlined the
coming battle with the Wolverines.
We must not for a moment think,"
he said, "that we are going to have
an easy time with Michigan, for the
Wolverines will fight to the last min-
"On to Michigan"
While the cry at State is "On to
Michigan;" the words of the Scarlet
and Gray mentor are realized as cov-
ering-the situation, so the large band
of Buckeye rooters will go to AnnbAr-
bor prepared to help their team fight
every second. State has been known
to win battles in seconds-also to lose
The victory over Minnesota has giv-
en ticket sales for the trip to Ann Ar-
bor, a decided boost, and more than
5,000 Ohioans can be expected to in-
vade Ferry field next week end when
the Michigan stadium is re-dedicated.
FURNISHES UPSE TS
0. S. U. TICKET NOTICE
General admission tickets for
the Ohio State game are on sale
every day at the Athletic office.
There are 3,000 of these tickets
available. When they are sold,
the capacity of Ferry field will
have been reached. There will
then be no sale at the gates on
the day of the game.
score in defeating Western Reserve by
a .110 to 0 score in a game that was
occasionally spectacular but too one-
sided to test the Red eleven's real
worth. " Aside from the fact that the
Cornell aggregation scored points at
a rate of a little less than two per min-
ute of play, the game was of no real
Rutgers won a thrilling 14 to 13
game against Washington and Lee, the
Army did away with Wabash, Perin
State vanquished Leheigh, Dartmouth
conquered the Tennessee eleven, and
Lafayette was victorious over Buck-
nell in the otheg games of note on the
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mine (initials E. J. P. inside) and re-
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considered seriously as a contender
for Eastern collegiate football honors
from now on.
Harvard's football team did not make
anything like the showing its coaches
expected in defeating the University
of Georgia 10 to 7 in a hard fought
battle. Except for one poor play on
ther part of Randall, the Georgia punt-
er, which resulted in thelone Harvard
touchdown, the teams played on even
terms throughout the game. Harvard
expected to accomplish much with for-
ward passes, but all overhead attempts
save one, were thwarted by the south-
erners. Pfaffman, a substitute back-
field man, made what turned out to be
the winning three points for Harvard
by his pretty drop-kick in the second
quarter. In the last quarter the Georg-
ians opened up, scoring their one
touchdown and were well on their way
towards another when the final whistle
blew. Harvard may well consider it-
self fortunate that it was not tied or
beaten by the hustling Georgia eleven.
Yale's gridiron team was the only
one of the Big Three" that played up
to form Saturday. In doing away with
the doughty eleven from Williams col-
lege by a 23 to 0 score, Yale not only
showed up well in straight football,
but used the overhead style of play to
great advantage. 'Captain Aldrich and
Charlie O'Hearn entered the play for
the first time this season and their
are exhibition had much to do with the
final outsome of the contest.
Penn Ties With Pass
By completing a 40 yard ;forward
pass and scoring a touchdown simul
taneously in the waning moments of
play, Coach Heisman's University of
Pennsylvania team was able to snatel
a game from the jaws of defeat and tie
the Swarthmore gridiron aggregation
7 to 7 Siturday afternoon. The Garnet
followers hoping to repeat its 1918
win over Penn had to be satisfied with
a tie score as a result. The game was
well played throughout and afforded
the 22,000 spectators thrills aplenty,
Cornell Sets Season Record
Cornell ran up the season's highest
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