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VOL. XXXII. No. 48 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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FINA HOT11 DISCUSSION.

RAIN DRENCHED FIELD, OCASIONAL
GLIMPSES OF SUN GREET OPPOSING '
TEAMS; EMORIAL TABLET UNVEILED

SCORE BY QUARTERS

MICHIGAN

1st
-10

2nd
7

3rd 4th FINAL
7 14 38 PROBABLE AFTER

MINNESOTA -

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MICHIGAN FOLLOWS MINNESOTA
ONTO FIELD-BAND PLAYS
"THE VICTORS"

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UTERITZ GOES OVER
IN FIRST 4 MINUTESI
Dean Adds Three Points with Field
Goal-Cappon Makes 4a-Yard
Run in First Quarter
(By Thornton W. Sargent, Jr.)
Ferry Field, Nov. 19.-Michigan
scored her second Conference vic-
tory this afternoon when she de-
feated the Minnesota eleven, and
retained possession of the famous
"Little Brown Jug."
The battle, witnessed under
leaden skies by a crowd of more
than 30,000 people, was bitterly
contested throughout. The ag-
gressive play of the Wolverines
proved too much for the Gophers,
however.
Spectators caught three glimpses of
the sun as they slowly filled the
stands. The Minnesota team was the1
first to arrive on the rain-soaked field
at 1:40 o'clock. It was shortly fol-
lowed by the Michigan team at 1:45
o'clock. The Varsity band marched1
onto Ferry Field playing "The Vic-1
tors."
In memory of the Michigan dead
who died in the World war, the bandC
played "The Star-Spangled Banner"l
as the flag was raised. Immediately1
following the memorial tablet to the
Michigan athletes who died in the
World war was unveiled. A crowd
of old "M" men gathered around the'
tablet for the ceremony. Taps was
played with the flag at half-mast. .z
Both teams left the field for the#
club house for final instructions be-1
fore the game.f
Although the three days' rain has;
left the field in very bad condition,
the only places that are particularly3
noticeable are around the kick-off1
hound. The Minnesota eleven re-)
turned to the field at 1:55 o'clock and
went through a snappy signal prac-
tice. No shifts were employed by the;
Gophers in this drill.l
The stands loudly acclaimed the
Michigan Varsity when it returned to
the field at 1:58 o'clock for a short
signal practice.1
FIRST QUARTER
Captain Teberg won the toss and{

HOW THEY LINED UP TODAY.
Michigan Minnesota
Dean........ L. E. ........Cole
Johns......... L. T. ....Conklin
Petro.. .....L. G.......Grose
Vick.........C..........Aas
Wilson......R. G.......Tierney
Muirhead... R. T. ....Johnsen
Goebel...... R. E. .... .Wallace
Uteritz.......Q. .......Brown
Kipke.......L. H. ... McCreery
Roby....... F. B. .....Gilstad
Cappon...... R. H. ..Martineau
Officials-Referee, H. B. Hack-
ett, Army. Umpire, J. J.
Schommer, Chicago. Field
judge, F. H. Young, Illinois
Wesleyan. Head linesman, H.
D. Ray, Illinois. ,

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ed to the Minnesota 18-yard line. Mar-
tineau went around right end for 6:
yards. Brown hit line for 2 yards.
Brown made first down on Minnesota.
10-yard line. Martineau thrown for!
n' 1 2-yard loss on an end run. Gilstad
hit center for 2 yards. Martineau
punted to Uteritz on 15-yard line, who,
returned ball to Michigan's 33-yard
line. Kipke went off right tackle forl
7 yards. Roby smothered on a tackle
drive. Kipke punted to Martineau,+
{"who returned ball 5 yards to Minne-E

TODA'S GAMES
I CONFERENCE C1M PION QUES-
to gain. Grose failed to gain. Mar- TiON 3AY BE hARD TO
tineau was tackled for a loss, recov- ANSWER
ered and turned left end fora 12-yard
gain. Grose gained 2 yards. Marti- IOWA AND OHIO ARE
neau went off right tackle for 10 STRONG CONTENDERS
yards. Brown went through the line
for 2 yards. Time out for Minnesota. Wisconsin Will Have ChanCashe
Fourth down with the ball on Mich- a Co ( Tnce Will Ch1nce, tas he
igan 47yard line. Martineau punted . ug our
Nictories, One D)raw
to Uteritz, who returned the ball 12: __r,_r_
yards to Michigan's 23-yard line.
Cappon made 1 yard. Kipke lost 51 (By Will Thornton)
yards on an end run. Michigan pen- When the final games of the West-

Play had been going 4 minutes.
Goebel kicked goal.
Score-Michigan 7, Minnesota 0.
Martineau kicked off to Roby on the
25-yard line, who returned to the 35-1
yard line. Dean kicked to Martineau
on the 10-yard line, who fumbled on
the Minnesota 25-yard line. Michigan
recovered the fumble.
Kipke slipped on the wet field, los-
ing 4 yards. On fake play Kipke was
held for no gain. Michigan was pen-1
alized 5 yards for off-side. Uteritz
dropped Roby's pass. Dean dropped
back for kick to the 45-yard line. 1
Drop-kicked for 3 points.
Score-Michigan 10, Minnesota 0.
Martineau kicked off to Roby on the t
30-yard line, who returned to the
Michigan 46-yard line. Time out for
Wallace. Kipke made 4 yards on a
right end run. Cappon goes through1
the Minnesota line for 43 yards tot
Minnesota 12-4ard line. Uteritz triest
for no gain. Kipke slipped on an1
end run and lost 3 yards. Goebel off-
side and Michigan was penalized 5
yards. Uteritz was blocked. Roby
pased to Cappon; the pass was com-
pleted, but Cappon fumbled, Minne-
sota recovering on the 10-yard line.
Gilstad hit the line for 3 yards. Gil-;
stad gained 4 yards more through they
line. The ball was on the Minnesota9
20-yard line,
Martinea'u made first down. Cole'
went through right tackle for 2 yards.
Martineau hit line for 5 more. On a
quarter-back sneak Martineau made
another first down. Minnesota was1

sota's 30-yard line. alized 15 yards for holding.
Grose made 11 yards and first down
on a right end run. Steketee was ub-
stituted for Kipke. Uteritz intercept-'
ed a Minnesota pass for touchdown t F.°
after a run of 60 yards through the
entire Minnesota team. Goebel kicked
goal.
Score-Michigan 17, Minnesota 0.j
Martineau kicked off to Roby on thet
15-yard line, who returned the ballk
20 yards. Roby gained 5 yards on
the first play. Steketee lost 5 yards.j
Steketee punted to Gilstad, who re-
turned the ball 10 yards to the Mich-E
igan 40-yard line. Brown went throught
right tackle for 6 yards. Brown made;
3 yards for first down on the 50-yardlnf
line. Weiman substituted for Petro.
Brown hit line for 6 yards. Grose thenj
went through guard for 4 yards and
first down. Grose made 1-yard gain.
Thrown for a 5-yard loss on end run.
by Muirhead. Long pass by Martineau
incomplete. Another Minnesota pass
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ern Conference football season have
been played today there is sure to be
a hot discussion concerning the
champion of the Big Ten and the
West. Froin all indications; Iowa and
Ohio State will complete their sched-
ules in the Conference with a clean
record of five games each, and there
is a possibility that Wisconsin will
come through with four victories and
one draw.
right guard for 5 yards. Gilstad failed
to gain on fourth down. Michigan's
ball on her own 37-yard line.
Michigan penalized 5 yards for off-
side. Cappon smashed through cen-
ter of Minnesota line and ran 6 yards
for a touchdown. Goebel kicked goal.
Score-Michigan 24, Minnesota 0.
Quarter ended before new kick-off
could be made.
Steketee in for Kipke. Grose hit
line for 2 yards.
FOURTH QUARTER

MINNESOTA'S WONDER HALFBACK
on Minnesota's 20-yard line. Gilstad
added 4 yards through left tackle.
Martineau punted to the Michigan 48-
yard line.
Cappon made 2 yards hitting the
line. Kipke went around right end
ti-.r 1'V o rde. oind fi rt dn. Rbnh

cu i ywsa ' u wvis broken up by Michigan. Michigan's On an end run Brown gained 2
drove through left tackle for 6 yards. ball on her own 43-yard line. yards. Minnesota line buck smoth-
Roby smashed the same place for 3 Minnesota stopped Steketee for a ered. Martineau kicked to Roby, who
yards. 2-yard loss. Half ends with the ball was downed on the Michigan 43-yard
Cappon made 2 yards and first down mi the Michigan 40-yard line. line. Steketee lost 1 yard around left
through the line. Kipke failed to Score-Michigan 17. Minnesota 0. end
gain on left end run. Roby was TID URE CAPPON e
gano etedrn oywsTHIRD QUARTER CIJ') Time out for Goebel. Banks went
thrown for 2-yard loss on an end run. SWHO RAN 65 YARDS FOR TOUCH-T in for Uteritz. Banks was thrown for
Quarter ends with the ball on the Substitutions-Petro for Wieman,DOWN IN THIRD QUARTER.
Minnesota 20-yard line. Kipke for Steketee. an 8-yard loss. Goebel on the next
Scope-Michigan 10, Minnesota 0. Vick prepared to kick off to the Go- play passed to Roby, who carried the
ga 'phers, who were defending the west Dean kicked to 25-yard line. Mar- ball to the Minnesota 11-yard line.
SECOND QUARTER goal. Vick kicked off-side. Vick tineau signaled for a free catch. Goe- Time out for Minnesota.
A complicated forward pass failed. kicked to Brown, who returned the bel stopped Martineau. Martineau : ribley was substituted for Brown.
Minnesota's ball on her own 26-yard ball 15 yards to the Minnesota 38-yard gained 5 yards on a complicated on- Cappon hit line for 1 yard. Roby
line. Grose gained 1 yard. Martineau line. Minnesota was penalized 5 ble pass play.. Pas, Brown to Mar- gained 3 through left tackle. Cappon
added 2 on a left tackle drive. Mar- yards for off-side play. Martinean tineau, gained 2 yards. Gilstad failed drove through right guard for 3 yards.
tineau punted out of bounds on Mich- made 4 yards off left tackle. Marti- to make fourth down on a line buck. Cappon goes through line for first
igan's 30-yard line. Kipke skirted neau gained 2 yards on a tackle drive. Michigan's ball on 26-yard line. Cap- down aind fumbles the ball over the
left end in a pretty run for 15 yards. Martineau kicked to Utritz, who ran! pon hit line for a 2-yard gain. I goal line. Michigan recovered for a
Cappon drove through guard for 4 the ball back 15 yards to the 35-yard Kipke made 3 yards around left end. touchdown. Banks recovered.
yards. On a kick formation Roby line. Dean kicked to Martineau, who re- Goebel kicked goal.
added 5 yards. Roby hit center for On a criss cross Cappon hit left turned 15 yards to the Michigan 45-' Searle went in for Dean. Clement
10 yards and first down. tackle for 5 yards. Kipke made 1 yard yard line. Brown forced the ball out- f Tierney. Martineau kicked off-
On the Gopher 46-yard line. Kipke on an end run. Dean punted to the side for no gain. Martineau hit left side. Martineau kicked off to Roby,
thrown for a 5-yard loss. Kipke punt- Minnesota 25-yard line. Gilstad failed tackle for 3 yards. Grose went through s
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chose to defend the east goal. Mich- penalized 15 yards,
igan received the kick-off.
Minnesota kicked off to Roby on thej This Aftee
15-yard line, who returned the ball l
to the 37-yard line.
Kipke on a right-end run entered >._
Minnesota's 45-yard line, where he
slipped and fell. Cappon drove'
through left tackle for 4 yards. Min--
nesota penalizd 5 yards for offside, F
which gaye Michigan first down on
th q Inngsota 35-yard line. Roby
Went around right end for 7 yards.
liipke pmade 4 yards and first down
94 left end run. Uterize lost 3 yards!
94 4n end run. On a fake play Uter-
itF van 30 yards to the Minnesota one-
yard line.
Rain was falling very heavily.
lterItz went through penter for a
tonchdown,

placing the ball'

moon, for The Last Time, They Appeared In Michigan

w o re urnea U yar st o Ue ichlgan
39-yard line. Cy Olson went in for
Uniforms Grose. Cappon goes through right for
6 yards.
Banks made 4 yards and first down
on an end run. Ball was on the 50-
yard line. Steketee failed to gain.
Steketee fumbled and lost 11 yards
on the Statue of Liberty play. Stek-
etee punted over the Minnesota goal
line.
Martineau gained 4 yards around
right end. Knode went in for aBnks.
Minnesota made first down on a line
buck.
Martineau slipped after a 5-yard
gain. Hartey went in for Teberg.
Minnesota made 1 yard. Minnesota
made 2 yards. Merrill for Cole. Olson
hit the line for 6 yards.
Larson in for Brickley. Minnesota
fumbled and lost 6 yards. Martineau
thrown for 2-yard loss on end run.
Muirhead intercepted a Minnesota pass
on 46-yard line. Steketee niade 9
yards on end run.
Steketee gained 15 yards and first
down. Another touchdown.
Score-Michigan 38, Minnesota 0.
In the nineties there was a well-
known social club called the "Thirty
Club," composed of members of three
GH WILSON j fraternities.

MEN IN CHARGE OF EXTRA
Editor-Hughston M. McBain.
Assistants--A. Westcott Rey-
poids, Martin A. KMaver, John P.
:pawspp, W. Berpard Butler,
Harry D. Uoey, RoWert Tarr,
Howard H. McMullin, Robert W.
Cooper.
Business Manager-J. J. Ham-
el, Jr.
Assistant-Burr Robbins.

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