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ERWHELMS II[Nt, OHIO STATE

MICHIGAN Hal PROBLEM ff jjf OE
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Six Wolverines Place Among First
Eight for Score of 20 ;idiauns
'39,-Bnckeyes 53

~SBELL WINS~
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HIARD RACE
SCOTT, OF ILLINOIS

(Special to The Daily)
Columbus, Nov. 11.-Michigan won
the triangular cross country meet
with Illinois and Ohio State in a one-t
sided race here today. The Wolver-
ines had a low score of 20 as com-
pared with 39 for Illinois and 53 fo;i
Ohio State.

excellent showing in the Conference'
race this year.
Bowen i Foiiiii
That Captain Bowen is not far be-
hind Arndt in ability was shown yes-
terday when he placed fourth. Bow-
.n has always been able to place well
up among the first and , as been
showing marked improvements in his
recent work. It should be remember-
ed that only one of his opponents fin-
ished before him. Bowen ran a strongj
race over the difficult course at Coaj
lumbus and is worthy of much
praise.
Shenefield, of Michigan, placed fifthf
in the face of strong opposition, prov-

OF CHICAGO GAME; MUST
MROP BADGERS OR 1LLINI
At the close of the football season
this year a problem will face Michigan
athletic officials in regard to the
schedule for next fail. The Wolverine
contract with Illinois and. Wisconsin
will expire this year and a possible
change in the schedule' may take.
place.
As the gridiron season draws to a
close speculation . is -rife -in Western
Conference circles regarding the pos-
sibility of the Wolverines and the Mal
roons again clashing. Chicago and

SENTIMENT

FAVOR1ING

RETURN!

Local Preps Unable to Cope With
Visitors Running Attack As Pass.
ing Offense Fails
WALSH, A. A. END, BREAKS
LEG, WEAKENING AERIAL PLAY
Ann Arbor high school went down
in defeat before Saginaw Eastern 12-
6 yesterday afternoon at Wines field
thus putting the Purple and Whitfi
practically out of the running for all-
state honors. The game was ma.rked
by hard playing and consistent at-
tak on the part of the up state ag-
gr gation. Injuries to Walsh, Ann

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Black and Gold line spoiled the at- In the second quarter Workman ;
tempts of Gauss and Neff to rush the Ohio State, punted from his own goal,'@
ball over. Qfe hundred yards over Chicago's
Captain Brown, fullback, and P. goal.
Smith, right half, for Saginaw were Chicago came back strong in the
the most consistent performers foil second period and before the quar- r
the visitors. The former for his line ter ended had crossed Ohio's goal _
plunging and the latter for his abilij line twice. Chicago made its first
ty to run the ends. Neff, Gauss, and touchdown, when, after line plung-
Captafn'Seyfried played a steadM i ng to Ohio's 14 yard line Pyott made?
brand of football for the locals, three and on a doublepass carried'
______the ball around Ohio's right end.
Pyott then made it seven for Chii-
cago by kicking goal. The second
ouchdown came on a pass Pyott'to l
Dickson, go for 20 yards. Dickson
I0RITL 149 carried the ball 30 yards to Ohio's
goal. Pyott then drop kicked the
goal for Chicago.
(By Associated Press) C"ue.go 14, Olo State 3
Columbus, Nov. 11.-Before a crowd Ohio State wvorked the fore ard pass
of .,000 pei ,sons - Chicago handed effectively (n the last period and
Ohio State at'ther defeat here today, sueceeded in crossing Chicago's goal
rcoring 14 points to 9 for the Buck- line for a touchdown. i attemipt at
eye. goal by Workman failed, however. I
Ohio State was the first to score, Forward passing tio Chicago's 22 yard
Workman kicking a field goal fromf line another attempt, Klee to Blair,
the 25-yard line after H. Thomas, 'hut the ball on the four yard line.
Chicago had fumbled on Chicago's 21- Blair then went through center fort
yard. line. a touchdown.
Both teams failing to make gains'
on line bucks, -resorted to punting
and the period ended with the ball in
Ohio's possession her 8-yard line., -U VUsa SRU aSSUSSW1 m.®

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Isbell Takes First ing that he is a nan whom fuiur e ap- Michigan are ancient and natural riv- Arbor left end, in the secondLquarter
Isbell,'Michigan's star hill and dala~ ponents in the hill and dale races will' snterfered with the efficiency of the
atook first p , runnin his ave to watch. He is a sophomore Ihe united opinion of the alumni forward passing machine that Coact}
usual strong race but as was expected improvement in the rest of his collegeI the two schools that they would like -{llway has built un but even with
was given a close race by Captain career.m t s sto see them meet again. However, the this handicap the aerial route was the
Scott of Illinois. Isbell has won all careSer.five year contract between Chicag only sure method of attack possessed
the meets that he has entered this T e s tosixth p and Wisconsin has a year to run and by the local eleven, and this was not
Syear and looked better than ever yes- osely followed by Griffn and Rear it is a question whether Michigan used to advantage at the right times.
yeraid 6 dbttrtaneerysclsl flowdb Gifi n Ra"would be willing to meet Chicago on . allh Ricks Goal
terday. At the rate le is going i ick of Michigan din seventh and eighthm First blood was drawn by Ann Ar
looks as if he will be a contender for respectively. They both ran excel- any day except the closing of the sea- b loo was dranh b nn Ar-
first hono i he Conference meet lent races and are to be praised for so b eater art of the first quarter. uar-
wvhlch will be held later in the sea- their work. Their showing won thel Case school of Cleveland will prob- gretrpar ftefrtqatr ur
son.rae or hi show ed tha ably be given the honor, of openina terback Neff used the forward pas-,
so.race for Michigan and showed thatheWvrn sede inxt with Gauss on the receiving end to
Arndt, of Michigan, placed third Coach Farrell has develo ped a strong the Wolverine schedule again next wihGusnte eevngedt
showing his mettle, in afield that furd well rned teamth year g season as it has done for many years. good effect and he ball placed on
nished an abundance of competition. The course at Columbus was the Tpvernes wil so cls wit th lace kicked for the first oints.
Arndt has proved that he is the sec- hardest that the team has run over the Michigan Aggies as has been the Walhac t ed tor the firs po
and best man on the Wolverine team so far this ear The team showed ca many years.gk
year.acsThetteamdeshowed the first time and by a series of pass-
being beaten so far this season only: that they were one of the strongest, Contracts with Vanderbilt, Ohio th- l ttm n yasiiso as
by Isbell. He is a steady gunner and 'if notthe strongest in the ConferenceState, and Minnesota will still be in es and line plunges, marched down the
it is expected that he wvill make. an this yeair. force and these teams will be seei field until P. Smith went over for
on the 1923 schedule. These three the first touchdown.
teams will furnish the opposition for 'Walsh had his leg fractured on a
olverine's Chanc For Title the home games next year. line plunge in the second period and
- If a contract with Chicago is comn- 'this put a crimp in the effectiveness
E hanced By Y s d y Ga ies Ipleted Michigan will have to give up of Coach 1l&!lway's eleven. Imme-
either her game with Illinois or Wis- diately after Walsh was replaced by
consin. Illinois should have one of Illi, a Saginaw punt was blocked and
Michigan's chances for the Confer- her failure to produce anything re- the best teams "n the Conference next recov red on her 5 yard line. It look-!
ence grid title took another leap yes- markable when she met the Illini three year with nearly its entire squad back. ed as though Ann Arbor would be
terlay when Wisconsin was perman- weeks ago. If Illinois is to be a contender for the able to score but Brown punted out
Northwestern and Purdue played 1923 title it would be well for Michi- of danger. Another triumphant march
ently put out of the running by the the game to the limit when they met gan to keep this game, officials think. was begun by the Black and Gold
same Illini who were trampled on by at Evanston, each team m;king the' Wisconsin's showing against the which resulted in her second touch-

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the.Yostmen two Saturdays ago, andI
the other two contenders for the Big-
Ten championship, Iowa and Chica-
go, :were seriously threatned by Mini-
nesota and Ohio, neither of whom are
regarded as having exceptionally
strong elevens. The Badgers weaken-1
ed by the loss' of Murray through in-
eligibility fought hard to push lown
the determined Illini but a drop kick
by Clark in the thirdi period spelled
her doom.
Two passes in the second period en-1
abled Chicago to maptain her 'Confer-
ence record' after the Buckeyes had
tak a three point lead in the first
few minutes. of play. For' a time it)
seemed that the Maroons were going
to be turned back, and even in the last
half Chicago had a hard time main-
taini ; 4erad'vantage.
Iowa had the edge on Minnesota
throughout the entire fray at Iowa
City. Locke and Parkin proving tooJ
much for the Gophers during the first
two periods, scoring tice in each,
while the Northmen Avere held to a
singleton.- In the third period Minne-
sota, led by Martineau, staged a re-
markable comeback but it stoppedl
with a lone touchdown. Iowa's reputa- .
tion wasrfar from bettered by the play
in yesterday's game, especially after

most of its one chance to win a Con-
ference game. After battling to a 7-7
tie in - the first period both teams'
eame back in the last half, the Purple
.winning 24-13. Indiana was swamped4
by West Virginia on her home-coming
day, the Mountaineers piling up a
score of 33-0 while the Hoosiers stood
by helpless.
Results from the games yesterday!
seem to indicate that any team in the
Big-Ten will have a hard time in es-
tablishing her rights for the title
against Michigan, provided;' of course,
that the 'Wolverines are able to main-
tain their clean slate by downing the
1adgers and the Gophers on the next
two. week-ends.

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Wolverines this year will have consid- down. The Purple and White line
erable to do with making a new agree, could not withstand the terrific plung-
ment. If Wisconsin humbles the Wolvi ing of Runmmel and Brown. Ann Ar-,
erine team this year it would not look bor received on the kickoff and Neff
well for Michigan to drop the Bad- immediately opened. up with his be-;
gers from her schedule. lated passing attack and the ball was
It is almost certain that a choice of advanced on the 20 yard line where
two will be made between Chicago, Gauss place kicked for the last scor-
Wisconsin and Illinois. ing of the game.
A. A. Lacks Punch
UNION WILL REWARD HIGH No scoring was done in the second
BOWLING SCORE EACH WEEK half but several times Neff forward
_passed his team to the shadows of
A carton of cigarettes will be given the goal posts only to resort to futile'
away weekly by the Union to the man line plunging when a short pass
attaining the highest score in botl- would have done the trick. In the last
ing there. The committee will later period, seven passes were tried by Neff,
engage a number of professional men which placed the ball on Saginaw's 10
at this game to give exhibitions at yard line. Here again the powerful
the Union, and are now planning on
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Considerable repair work is being
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track is also being put into condi-
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