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VOL XXXII. No. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS
MUDDY FIELD AND STRONG SOUTHEAST
WIND GREET RIVAL TEAMS AS THEY
COMMENCE WESTERN GRID CLASSIC
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SCORE BY QUARTERS
WOLVERINES ENTER STADIUM
FIRST; BAND MARCHES ACROSS
FIELD PLAYING "VICTORS"
FIRST QUARTER ENDS
WITH TEAMS SCORELESS
Badgers Make First Touchdown; Te.
bell Falls Over Goal Line for
Madison, Wis., Nov. 12.-Michi.
gan's fighting eleven battled the
powerful Wisconsin machine to a
tie this afternoon in a game feat.
ured by terdific line plunging and
long forward passes.
(By George Reindel)
(Spo'rting Editor of The Daily)
Madison, Nov. 12.-Coach Yost has
selected the same men to oppose Wis-
consin that started against Illinois
two weeks ago.
Field soft and muddy. Cold wind
blowing from southeast. Michigan
team taking field first and leaves at
a fast workout. Michigan band
marches on field playing Victors. Wis-
consin team appears.
4 Michigan wins toss. Chooses south
Brader kicks off to Roby, returns to
20-yard line. Steketee punts to Wil-
liams, who runs from his 30 to 40-yard
line. Gould fals to gain. Steketee
throws Elliott for 5 yard loss. Wil-
liams makes 3 around right end. Sundt
punts to Uteritz who fumbles. Johns
recovers and carries ball to Wisconsin
Roby fails to gain. Cappon makes
1 yard. Forward pass, Steketee to
Goebel intercepted by Williams, who
returns ball to midfield. Elliott makes
1. Williams fails to gain. Gould makes
3 through rightstackle. Sundt punts
to Roby, who returns 15 yards. Steke-
tee gets away for 12-yard gain. Cap-
pon hits line for 9 yards. Roby fails
to gain. Cappon goes through for
Cappon makes 2 more. Steketee
fails to gain. Cappon hits right guard
for 4 yards. On a trick play Steketee
makes first down after 15-yard run.
Kirk is thrown for 2 yard loss. Cap-
pon hits left tackle for 3 yards. Sundt
intercepts forward pass on Wiscon-
sin's 35-yard line and returns to mid-
Pass, Sundt to Elliott, makes 16
yards. Williams forced out of bounds
for no gain. Forward pass, Elliott to
Gould, takes ball to Michigan's 15-yard
line. Sundt fails to gain. Williams
makes 2 on wide end run. First quart-
er ends. Wisconsin's bali on Michi-
gan's 11-yard line. Third down 8 to
go. Score: Michigan 0, Wisconsin 0.
Woods starts at left end in place of
Gould, who goes to back field. Uteritz
knocks down pass from Sundt. Tebell
dirps back for field goal. Ball goes
wide. Michigan ball on her 20-yard
Cappon hits right guard for 9 yards.
Cappon makes 1 yard for first down.
Steketee slipped and fails to gain.
Cappon gains 2 yards through line.
i ¢oby thrown for 5 yard loss on at-
tempted end run. Steketee punts and
ball rolls backward out of bounds on
Michigan's 47-yard line. Dunne throws
Elliott for 1 yard loss.
l'uirhead nails Williams for 3 yard
loss. Sundt punts and ball rolls to
Michigan's 1-yard line. (Steketee punts
with back to fence, ball rolls and Te-
bell falls over goal for touchdown
Wisconsin 6, Michigan 0. Sundt kicks
goal.. Wisconsin 7, Michigan 0.
7 Vick kicks off to Elliott on Wiscon-
sin's 10-yard line.. He returns to 28-
yard line. Kipke goes in for Steketee
HOW THEY LINED UP
Kirk ........LE........ Gould
Johns ........LT....... Brader
Dunne .....LG..... Christensen
Vick .......... C........ Bunge
Wilson .......RG....... Hofield
Muirhead ...... RT .... Brumm
Uteritz .......QB...... Williams
Roby .........FB........ Sundt
Steketee ...... LH ...... Gobson
Chicago; Umpire, Haines, Yale;
Field Judge, Hoagland; head
linesman, Young, Illinois Wes-
Elliott makes 1 yard. Time out for
Wisconsin. Wilson nabs Sundt for
loss. Sundt punts to Uteritz, who sig-
nals for free catch. He is tackled and
Wisconsin is penalized 15 yards.
Michigan's ball on 50-yard line. Kipke
makes 1 yard. Kipke fails to gain.
On trick play, Goebel passes to Roby,
who carries ball for tuchdown after
ball was on *isconsin's 48-yard line.
Michigan 6, Wisconsin 7. Goebel
kicks goal. Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7.
The play scoring touchdown was a
long double forward pass, Goebel mak-
ing the final pass.
Vick kicks off to Elliott, who is
downed on his 35-yard line. Sundt
makes 3 yards. Elliott fails to gain.
Sundt punts to Uteritz, who signals
for free catch on Michigan's 32-yard
lne. Cappon makes 1 yard, but Michi-
gan holds and is penalized 15 yards.
Kipke punts to Sundt who is downed in
Gould hits right guard for 3 yards.
Gould and Elliott's pass makes third
down on Michigan's 45-yard line. El-
liott makes 4gthroughleft tackle.
Gould fails to gain. Elliott to Wood's
forward pass takes ball to Michigan's
35-yard line. Elliott makes one yard.
Gould blocks pass. Gibson goes in for
Williams. Third down, 7 to go. Dunne
blocks the next pass. Kipke knocks
pass to ground. Michigan's ball onf
her 24-yard line.
Kipke makes 2 yards froih punt
formation. Roby loses a yard on same
play. Kipke punts high and Wiscon-
sin's ball on Michigan's 41-yard line.
Gibson's forward pass incomplete.
Gibson passes to Sundt, who takes
punts to Sundt who returns 10 yards
to Wisconsin's 20-yard line. Wiscon-
sin out of bounds on next play which
fails to gain. Time out for Goebel,
who goes out. Cappon goes to end,
Usher to half. Sundt makes 5 yards
around right end. Elliott makes 4
more around left end.
Sundt punts to Uteritz who is down-
ed in mid field. Usher hits line for 5
yards. Uteritz makes 1 yard on sneak.
Kipke loses 5 yards on delayed pass.
Third quarter ends with Michigan's
ball on 50-yard line. Fourth down, 9 to
go. Score: Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7.
Kipke kicks out of bounds on Wis-
consin's 28-yard line. Williams makes
20 yards through broken field. Elliott
makes 9 around right end. Sundt hits
line for first down. Ball on Michi-
gan's 38-yard line. Sundt fails to
gain. Pass Elliott to Sundt makes 6
yards. Uteritz intercepts forward pass
and is downed on his 25-yard line.
Kipke loses 5 yards.
Kipke punts to Williams, who re-
turns ball 25 yards to Michigan's 30-
yard line. Curran in for Neisch. Wil-
liams makes a yard. Pass, Sundt to
Elliott, takes ball to Michigan's 15-
yard line. Williams makes 1 on wide
left end run. Uteritz intercepts Wis-
consin's pass over goal line and re-
turns to his 21-yard line. Usher fails
to gain. Kipke makes 3 yards. Kipke
punts to Williams, who returns 15
Usher's leg again injured, carried
from field. Banks goes in his place.
Elliott's pass incomplete. Sundt punts
to Woods, carires ball to Michigan's
32-yard line. Elliott fumbles, and
Michigan's ball on 25-yard line.
Banks hits line for 2 yards. Kipke
slips and fails to gain.
Kipke punts to Wiliams who returns
10 yards to mid field. Pass, Elliott
to Gould for 20 yards.
Sundt thrown for 8 yards loss. Pass
by Elliott incomplete. Sundt passes,
WHO RAN 48'
YARDS FOR MICHIGAN
ball to Michigan's 15-yard line. Horn
ta for Woods. Goebel spills Elliott
for 10 yard loss. Time out for Kirk.
Kirk Plays. Pass, Elliott to Sundt,.
makes 15 yards. Dunne's rib injured,
arm appears broken. Petro goes in
for Dunne. Elliott hits left tackle for
4 yards. Gibson's attempted drop kick
fails. Michigan's ball on 20-yard line.
Cappon wriggles for 5 yards. Cappon
again plunges for 5 yards. Half ended
on this play. Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7.
Michigan band takes field. After
marching up and down field playing
the "Victors," it forms in front of
Michigan section of the stands play-
ing the "Yellow and Blue." Michigan
and Wisconsin cheer leaders lead yells
for both schools . Wisconsin band
plays Wisconsin song.
Both teams return to the field. Vick
kicks off to Williams, who returns to
20-yard line. Elliott recovers fumble
of poor pass on Wisconsin's 4-yard
line. Williams in for Gibson. Woods
back in for Horn at beginning of half.
Kirk injured and forced to leave game.
Neisch replaces him. Sundt punts to
Kipke who returns to Wisconsin's 31-
yard line. Cappon fails to gain. Kipke
thrown for 5 yard loss on wide endl
Roby makes 5 yards around right
end. Kipke attempts drop kick which
falls short. Wisconsin's ball on 20-
yard line. Sundt punts to Uteritz who
is downed after 5 yard run on Michi-
gan's 45-yard line. Roby hits line for
3 yards. Kipke makes 2 more through
Kipke punts to Williams, who is
downed in his tracks on his 20-yard
line. Sundt punts to Uteritz, who re-
turns 5 yards to Wisconsin's 49-yard
line. Kipke breaks through on wide
end run for 20 yards. Pass, Uteritz to
Roby thrown for 10 yard loss at-
tempting to pass. Kipke punts high.
Michigan player touches ball and it?
is dead on Wisconsin's 28-yard line.
Wisconsin's ball. Elliott races around
left end for 25 yards. Sundt fails to
gain. Sundt makes 2 on left end run.
Johns intercepts forward pass on Mich-
igan's 44-yard line. Kipke is tackled
from behind for no gain.
Cappon plunges for 2 yards. Kipke
WHOSE VERSATILITY STAMPS HIM
ONE OF THE SEASON'S STARS
Sundt punts to Kipke who returns 8
yards to his 24-yard line. Roby makes
2 on plunge.
Kipke fails to gain. It is very close
and going hard.
1. A. C. Plays At Indianapolis
Lansing, Nov. 12.-The Michigan Ag-
gies were at Indianapolis today to meet
Butler in the first of the three away
from home games which mark the
windup of the M. A. C. football season.
In view of the fact that Butler was
defeated by Chicago Y. M. C. A. col-
lege a week ago, Coach Barron is
little worried over the outcome of the
U. of D. Expects Easy Game Today
Detroit, Nov. 12.-Unbeaten so far
this season, University of Detroit's
football team looked for a compara-
tively easy time in subduing Marietta
at Navin Field today. The visitors are
reputed to be strong in aerial attack'
TAP ROOM PLANNED
BY UNION TONIGHT;
Two specialty numbers will be offer-
ed by the Unn entertainment com-
mittee beginning at 10:15 o'clock to-'
night in the tap room. The first will
consist of a number of selections of
real Hawaiian music played by Dwan
Y. Tang, '24E, and Cyrus H. Tavares,
'24, on stringed instruments. The oth-
er will be violin and piano selections
by Edgar S. Bacon, '25, and Manley F.
The entertainment which was sched-
uled to have been given last Saturday
night had to be postponed by the com-
mittee because several of the partic-
ipants were called out of town.
IN CHARGE OF EXTRA
Editor-E. F. Lambrecht.
Assistants-Paul Watzel, J. P.
Dawson, Leo Hershdorfer, S. B.
Coates, W. F. Elliott, L. L. Yost,
H. C. Clark.
Business Manager-N. W. Rob-
Assistant-L. B. Parks.
M.0H IGANRD OTERS
BY MANY ROUTES
HIDE UNDER TRAIN SEATS, USE
FREIGHTS, AUTOS TO SEE
COLD WEATHER WILL
MAKE PLAY DIFFICULT
Wolverine Supporters Gather 'Round
Varsity, Cheering Players and
(By Thornton W. Sargent, Jr.)
Madison, Wis. Nov. 12.-The first
Michigan supporters must have arrived
here early in the week for' when the
team arrived there were a number of
fighting Wolverines present to greet
the Varsity. Since then there has
been no let up in the influx of Michi-
-gan rooters. Each train has brought
its quota, passenger and freight, and
despite the snow covered roads several
cars have broken through to Madison.
At the start this morning was a bright
The prediction for a cold day was
certainly right. It will be difficult to
play a first class game with such freez-
ing weather prevailing.
Quite early this morning the Michi-
gan headquarters.sign was hoisted to
the Park hotel wall. Soon after kids
were selling Wisconsin and Michigan
arm bands. For the latter they found
numerous buyers. The lobby was fill-
ed with a milling crowd of anxious
Wolverines all eagerly fervent for vic-
About 10 o'clock the Michigan men
already on the scene were reinforced
by the students who came on the
special. The band also lent atmos-
phere to the scene; persons desiring
quiet could not find it at the Park
hotel. Songs and cheers of Ann Ar-
bor filled the lobby and gave an in-
spired enthusiasm to the gathering
which the team could not escape catch-
There are many interesting talks of
the rooters, who dared much to see the
game. In the team cars Thursday
night, several loyal ones escaped the
hawkeye of Archie Hahn by hiding
underneath the berths and out of Chi-
cago by concealing themselves under
chairs and coats for five hours.
Ride on Top of Train
Five others made the trip as far as
Chicago by riding attop the train, quite
a feat with such a chilled atmosphere
as prevailed Thursday night. Numer-
ous others rode the engine tender,
some came via freight, and although
the Michigan Central detectives and
conductors made a diligent search of
the special, quite a few men got by
on that train. Some met with failure.
but not every one could have the luck
to get by and very many did.
WHO IS MAKING A STRONG BID
FOR ALL-AMERICAN CON-
SPEEDY FLANK MAN