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Curran replacedRoby. Van Orden
went in for Steele.
Blott kicked off to Myrum who re-
turned it to the Michigan 30 yard
line' for 20 yards. Curran tackle(}
Martineau for a five yard loss. Mich-
igan was penalized five yards for off-!
side play. Keefer intercepted Mar-
tineau's pass on the Minnesota 4
yard line. Uteritz passed to K irl
who gained 11 yards on first down.
Cappon drove through center for
a two yard gain. Martineau inter-
cepted Uteritz's pass and was brought
down on his 35 yard line. Keefer in-
tercepted Martineau's pass on his 35
yard line. Uteritz carried two Min-
,nesota players with him while making
a five yard run around end. Goebel
replaced Curran.
Kipke lost three yards trying to gc.
through Minnesota's left tackle. Keef-
er caught Kipke's pass and made a 28!
yard gain, eluding several Gopher
tacklers. The next play, two yard:
gain, placed the ball on Minnesota's
three yard line.
Knodte went in for Uteritz. Michi-
gan was penalized on the next play
for five yards. Knode attempted a
pass, but it was grounded behind tlir,
goal posts. Minnesota's ball on their
20 yard line. Martineau passed to
Ecklund for 38 yards. End of game.
Score, iciliganll 16, Minnesola 7.

Isbell, Greatest
Harrier Of All

--And As The Curtain Is Rung RDoYn.PTHARVARRED
Today Michigan and Iowa stand I linois and Ohio, each stuggling to win "Mums," the traditional Afower of
forth as the champions of the west a major Big-Ten game, fought eacl the football game, were strictly bar-
with Michigan leading on comparative other to the finish, Ohio winning in red from the Yale-Harvard game inj
scores. Chiago fighting as she nev- the closing stages.,New, Havenyesterday. 'ifty federal
er fought before to hold her place As a result of the games yesterday,. ' er statioy. at ral
in the triple tie for the greatest foot- all but three of the. Big-Ten teams inspectors were stationed. at railroad
ball title in the country was held to change their standing. Iowa and terminals, on trains, on automobile
a 0-0 tie, still maintaing her 1.000 Michigan are now in a tie for first highways, and elsewhere, doing every-1
aveage yet losing, by her failure to honors, while Chicago with one tie thing in their power to prevent the
score her last chance of keeping is in third position. Wisconsin holds flowers being brought into New Haven
abreast of the Wolverines and the fourth place, with Minnesota fifth, Il-without insection
Cornhuskers. linois sixth, and Northwestern sev- The reason for this action lies in the
Michigan, meeting unexpected op- enth. Ohio, Purdue, and Indiana are fact that the stalk of the chrysanthe-
position at the hands of the battling at the bottom of the list. muns is a carrier of the corn-borer,
Ioen, fought for four quarters with whiich the region around Boston
to cinch the game, finally managing to Botanical Carden Work Aniances s fested, while New Haven is free
to e ngame, emanagtng use 1'dI1CC~ from the pests. On account of this
keep her colors unstained by the se' Some of the concrete work has al- the effort was made to confine, the par-
of the most perfect aerial attack ever'ready been fimished and work is being asites to the area already fufested
se n on Northrup Field. pushed on the nond and other features with them
Iowa, doped to win by an overwhelm- in the Natural Science court, which
1g score found the Purple full of will convert the court into a botan-
fight, threatening to turn back the :J1garde- 1'
famousLocke and Parkin as they3 -__-. ...
slashed at the Northwcstcrn forward
wall. The second half, with the un-
tiring Iowa backs battering at the WE SERVE YOU WITH
weakening Purple line, gave the O'd ®
Gold a lead thatcould not be over- THE BEST FOODe
come. sconsin, with the entire MN'..CAN
cnference backing her, stopped E
Coach Stagg's men in fiheir itracksik
the closest and hardest fought game MoreM lichigan men play
(if the day. Billiards tha iis ,the case
Cftedy ht) XES TRANT CAN IDo
Indiana and Purdue, fired by their __RESTA O T__AN 11 any oter Amer can 0r
failures to conquer in any of their We Invite Your Patronage - r ue Tow sfo
previous, (conference gam)es andc with a hsbe renwfrall
the bittj rialry of tradition urging A RY period o f early.twenty
them on, fought to a scoreless tie. Ii- ears. The reason
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of the race and made a strong fin-
ish at the end. Bowen without doubt
ran the best race, he has ever run in
cross country and was able to come
through when he was most needed.
Rearic'k, Andt, and -Shenefield took
tenth, eleven.th and twelfth places re-
spectively. The fact that they came
in bunched shows that Coach Farrel
had an unusually strong delegation
at Purdue. When it is considered that
there was a field of sixty men fight-
ing for the honors the places that
these men took were remarkable. They
ran fast, steady races and showed that
they knew how to run cross-country
and that Coach Farrell will have a fine
nucleus for his next year's team.
Reinke, Michigan's sixth man across
the tape, came in twenty-ninth. As
only the first five men's scores are
counted Reinke's points were not add-
ed to Michigan's total. Although it
was expected that. Reinke would beat.
some if his teamaters, he ran a good
race and defeated more than half of
the entries.

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the second Conference title in one
day, adding the Big Ten hill and dale I
honors to those of the gridiron.e

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Five thousand people turned out That Michigan's hockey team will"
to see the ruii in spite of the raw, not have to seek new quarters was
cold wind. Greatt enthusiasm was verified. by Mr. J. H4. Weinberg, pro-
shown, and the winner was given a prietor of Weinberg's coliseum, oppo-
warm greeting when he crossed the site the high school athletic field on
tape. Many of the schools that were South Fifth avenue yesterday, when
entered had a good representationI he stated that there :will be even great-
with them to cheer their teamson. er facilities for ice skating in his
Every thing points to an unusual rink this year than there have been
track team for Michigan this spring. formerly.
During the last few' years Michigan Mr. Weinberg stated that the coli-
has not had her usual material in seum was not to be torn down nor put
this sport and if cross country is any to any other use, saying that although
indication of a strong cipder path it is at present leased to the Ann
team Coach Farrell will have the best. Arbor Lumber company and is being
Shares Credit l used by that concern as a storehouse,
Not all the credit should be given the building will be vacated by the
to the men that went to Purdue. lumber company early in December
Many men have been out for cross 'iand the ice skating rink will be made
country and have helped in a large 'ready for skating immediately.
measure 'to make this year's team a Last spring when the announcement
winner. The following should re- was published that bids were being
ceive honorable mention for their accepted for the rental of the build-
past work: Griffin, Vande Visse, Nich- ing it was understood that the coli-
olson, and Armstutz. All the other scum had seen its nal service as a
men that have been out consistently haven for skaters. "I do not see
for this sport should recevie their where such a rumor was founded, how-
proportion of credit. ever," said Mr. Weinberg in coem-
This has been a perfect year for menting on this opinion. "Certainly
cross country and no small portion of I have not furnished such erroneous
the credit should go to Coach Far- facts." He went on to explain that
ell. His untiring efforts have been I when the building was for.rent it was
well rewarded in the winning of the available only for the summer and
Conference championship. not during the skating season.

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