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ONAL UPSETS MARK LAST MARTINIU STAS AS
:EKS GRID CONTESTS IN EAST MINNESOTASOE9 DOWN

brought every one in the stands to another step toward Conferf
his feet. ors, with theichigan.game
Stops Williams great impediment, while
After snaring a long pass off left though eliminated from any
the Big Ten title is set down
end Williams had practically an open iron critics as a team of ste
field to the Minnesota goal, Martineau is to be feared by any other

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T~braska's Loss to Syracuse, .Aiabam- would spread all over the field, draw-
. pw St d ing the Iced and Ble warriors with
p7B Defeat of Pennsy nia nd them and then instead of passing the
Ot Prominently full back would rushtthrough the line
for a big gain. In the final quarter
. AND J..LAFAYETTE IN Pennsy began throwing passes with
GREATEST BATTLE OF DAY abandon, but none were completed.
With the exception of the W. and
Attention of football fans of the J.-Lafayette game which the Presi-
west -was focused on the Wisconsin- dents won 14-13, perhaps the most
Minnesota clash, Saturday, and many fiercely contested game of the after-
w ere the speculations as to what Blnoon was the Syracuse-Nebraska
Sh athis "mstey tam Bitussle, the Easterners finally winning
Spaulding and9mystery.team"9 to 6. Syracuse was leading, 3 to 0,
might'do.-25,000 people who watched at the opening of the third quarter
the struggle in the mud were reward- wheni Thompson, a Cornhuser end.,
ed by a wonderful display of grit 'scooped pthesoggy ball that had
when the green team battled the Wits-scod phesgybltatad
when tegrens tem atndtld the s-eluded the fingers of an eastern grid-
consnveterans to a standstill, only to der, and romped from midfield for a
crumble andrfallby the Way, 14 to 0. touchdown. Syracuse then rushed the
Martineau Stars 'ball back for 35 yards in three plays
In the second half Williams et al. before the period ended. The final
began to work with deadly effect and score came after Anderson, McBride,
smashed through for two touchdowns. and Zimmerman smashed the heavier
In this part of the game the speedy Nebraska line to shreds. Neither
Martineau, Gopher halfback, was the team could gain consistently, because
hero of the day, the Frenchman stop- of the desperate and rough defense
ping the Crimson backs on several oc- 'pt up. The honors were even in punt-
casions wh~i touchdowns seemed ing and in the runnir attack, except
certain. Athough during the first of course during, the few minutes
half the battlo was even yet, it was when the Orange backs banged the
easily seen that the faster and more 'line with such power.
resourceful attack of the. Badgers I Top-Heavy Seores Made
would in time wear down the opposi Pitt had an easy time beating Gen-
tion. The only time the ball was out eva 62-0 and Cornell trounced the
of Minnesota territory during the last heavier Columbia team 55 to 0. The
period, was when Martineau rushed up Princeton subs completely outclassed
the field in one terrific burst of speed Swarthmore 22-13 and if they had not
and then the Gophers tried for goal fumbled so often and at such critical
twice; but the water-logged ball pre- moments would not have been scored
vented success. on. The Harvard second team down-
The fighting Illini, with a badly ed the heavy Florida team handily, 24-
crippled team, disposed of Northwest- 0 while Yale was fortunate in having
er two field goals to one, In the best a substitute in quarterback Neidlinger
game the Orange has shown this sea- who raced 40, 50, and 70 yards for
soli.. Carting. in the second quarter touchdowns during the afternoon's
the Indians drove the Purple down the tussle with Brown which the Blue
field only to falter under the shadow took 20-0. Both teams showed a good
of the goal posts. There was a greaf defense and both punted often. Brown
deal of punting on both sides all dur- however was never within the Blue
ing the last half. Coutchie was the 30 yard stripe. Holy Cross upset the
agent for both of the field goals, one dope by handing Georgetown a 10 to 0
of which was of--excellent caliber, lacing. Simendiger intercepted a
I?. of D. Tied pass and raced 35 yards for the Pur-
The Wabash "Little Giants" nosed ple touchdown.
out Vurdue 7 to 6 while, of course
Michigan ran at will through M. A. C. MATHER KEEPS ALL-FRESH
U. of D. was held to a 6 to:6 score SQUAD BUSY DURING WEEK
by the little heard of Lombard college --. .
while farther south the Notre Dame /Continued from Page Six)
substitutes were holding Indiana with year. Coach Mather felt a dire loss
ease, awaiting only the arrival of the when Grube wrenched his ankle. He
brilliant Paul Castner, who single- had been putting up the best game
handed ran up 27 points against the for the team and was dependable at
Hoosier eleven. Castner did every- all times. Two of the topnotch ends
thing a half-back can be expected to have been lost to the team as a result
do and he did it well. He displayed of the past week's drive, Marion and
his usual fine kicking and threw and Stauffer, receiving injuries that will
received passes with equal dexterity. keep them out of the game for the rest
Out on the coast Nevada was trampl- of the season. Marion tackled an op-
ed on by Stanford 17 to 7. posing back on the Varsity and came
Down among the southern teams up with a broken'wrist. Stauffer was
Georgia Tech left Clemson on the caught beneath a pile and someone
short end of the .21; to. 7. score and hit his ankle in such a way. as to tear
Centre again vanquished her old riv- the ligaments. Wetzel, the other most
als, Kentucky, 27 to 7. promising end, has gone through the
Alabama Startles East season thus far without an injury.
* Another Southern aggregation won Beskie being shorn of two ends, the
its spurs in eastern football realm, freshmen have been receiving plenty
when the University of Pennsylvania. of other minor injuries. Babcock stay-
fresh from five straight victories, tpe ed out of practice last night on ac-
Piost recent and =notable being one count of a few ribs that have been
over the powerful Navy crew, found causing him much pain during the past
a tartar in Alabama, losing 9-7. When week. Kelly, a promising man at the
the dust had cleared away the great 'first of the season, has not put in an
crowd was dazed and could not seem appearance for a considerable length
torealize how such a thing had .hap- of time, injuries keeping him on the
pened. Once more the dreaded handj sidelines.
of over confidence reached in and -------
snatched the game. The queer, ope Place your engraving and emboss-
formations of the Southern team puz- ing stationery orders with O. D. Mor-
zled the quakers and made possible rill, 17 Nickels Arcade, and save that
many gains. The boys from Dixie eleventh hour rush.-Adv.
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_IHNNESOTA BACK GIVES GREAT!
EXHlBITION AGAINST FAST I
BADGER ELEVEN
Wisconsin's football team strength-
ened its claim for the Conference title
last Saturday by defeating the Minne-
sota "mystery team" 14 to 0 in one of;
the biggest games of the day. A v'er-
itable sea of mud which seemed to'
make a- good exhibition of football im-
possible had no effect upon the two
bands of players as they struggled for
the supremacy of the North. Minne-
sota fought the Badgers to a standstill
during the first half of the game and
might have scored had the condition
of the field not prevented successful
kicking from placement.
Williams, Tebel Score
Williams and Tebel, veteran stars of
the Wisconsin team, did the scoring
for the winners, the first count com-
ing in the third period when Tebel,
after grabbing a short pass off right
end, made a safe dash to the Gopher
'goal line. A few minutes later WiI-
lams took adva-ntage of the Weakeri-
ing Minnesota line and after ripping
through the first defense and being
spilled twice by the secondary de-
fense stumbled and slid over for an-
other touchdown. Goals were kicked
for. extra points after each'score.
Martineau, playing half for the los-
ers, gave one of' the greatest exhibi-
tions of steady defense and smashing
offense seen on the Minnesota: grid-
iron. During the first half he threat-
ened to score three times by sheer;
speed and skill in the open field' each
time being stopped by the Badger
safety man. Once during the first half
he prevented a -touchdown by Wil-
Sams by a feat of daring which.
a
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being the only opposing player in his
way. Three Wisconsin players dashed
in ahead of him to form his interfer-
ence and the touchdown seemed assur-
ed. As they neared him Martineau
left his feet, clearing the three charg-
ing Badgers, and brought Williams to
the ground with a sickening thud that
could be heard in the bleachers.
During the last quarter the Minne-
sota line weakened and only the slop-
py condition of the field kept the
Badgers down. Williams played a
game that was equalled only by the
startling versatility of Martineau. Te-
bel at right end and Taft at fullback
for Wisconsin also contributed to the
victory.
In regard to Minnesota's eleven lit-
tle can be said. The game Saturday
was the first important game of the
Beason and previous to that time the
eleven was an unknown quantity. The
line which faced Wiscon-,in's veteran
wall was entirely green and its show-
ing during the first half was surpris-
ingly brilliant. Captain Aas, playing at
center, was the strong point in the
Gopher line, smashing holes for Os-
ter, Martineau, and McCreery with
great regularity.
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