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VOL. XXXIV. No. 18 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1923
ANKO TIE SE IES. WIN FO R
SCORE BY QUARTERS
PASS IN FIRST QUARTER, STEGER
TO UTERITZ, GOOD FOR
BLOTT OPENS SCORING
WITH PACEMENT KICK
Teams Practically Deadlocked
Three Quarters in Fierce
By Ralph N. Byers
Ferry Field, Oct.. 13-Displaying a
scintallating offense which was pre- !
ponderously open, and an unpene-
trable defense, Michigan's " Varsity
football team wiped out the only blem-
ish of last year's record, a scoreless
tie game, by defeating Vanderbilt, thej
chanpions of the South, this after-
The Woliverine machine was far su-
perior to the one which represented
the Maize and Blue in the Case game
and was able to hold the heavier
Commodore team on almost every
play. The line, giving 10 pounds a
man to the Southerners, offset this ad-
vantage by their keen fighting spirit,
which had the Commodores on their
toes throgghout the contest.
Captain Kipke won the toss- and!
chose to defend the West goal. Ryan I
kicked off to Kipke on his own five
yard line who returned to the 23 yard
line. Kipke kicked out of bounds on
the Vanderbilt 28 yard line. Ryan
stopped for no gain around left end.
Ryan kicked to Uteritz who was
downed in his tracks on the Michigan I
30 yard line. Miller made 4 yardsi
through the center of the line. Steger
made 5 yards around right end.
Miller went through tackle for first
down on the Michigan 43 yard line.
Kipke lost 2 yards on a left end run.
Wakefield got -through and stopped
Steger for a 5 yard loss. Kipke kicked
55 yards to the Vanderbilt 19 yard
Ryan kicked to Uteritz who return-
ed the ball 7 yards to the Vanderbilt
45 yard line. Time out for Vander-
bilt for water. Steger on a trick play
failed to gain. A pass, Kipke to Steger,
failed to gain. A pass, Uteritz to
Kipke, made 17 yards for first down
on Vanderbilt 28 yard line.
Steger failed to gain through the
line. Michigan was penalized 15 yards
on this play for holding. A pass,
Kipke to Uteritz, was grounded. An-
other pass, Uteritz to Kipke, was
grounded. Kipke made 6 yards around
left end. Kipke failed on an attempt-
ed goal kick from the 50 yard line.
Vanderbilt's ball on her own 20 yard
Ryan kicked to Uteritz who signaled
for a fair catch on his own 49 yard
line. A pas., Uteritz to Curran, was
incomplete. Uteritz made 1 yard on
a wide end run. A pass, Steger to
Uteritz, was good for 40 yards, putting
the ball on the Vanderbilt 10 yard
line. Kipke made 1 yard through the
line. Kipke fumbled the ball on a
wide end run, Meiers recovered for
Vanderbilt on his own 24 yard line.
Ryan kicked to Michigan 45 yard
line. Kipke made 1 yard off rightj
Pass, Uteritz to Steger, made fifteen
yards, putting the ball on Vanderbilt's
40 yard line. Miller went through
The lineup for the game follows:
Muirhead...... L T ......Lawrence
Slaughter...... L G .......Reeves
Vandevoort.... R T ......Weelker
Uteritz.. ....Q.B... Kuhn (capt.)
JKipke (capt.) .. .L.H......... Meiers
jSteger .......... R.H.......... Reese
Miller ..........F.B........... Ryan
more yards off tackle, fourth down
and 1 to go. Miller failed to make first
down, the ball going to Vanderbilt on
its own 11 yard line, as the quarter
ended. Score: Michigan 0; Vander-
Ryan punted 60 yards to Uteritz
who returned 10 yards. Steger made
3 yards around right end. On fake
play Steger made 5 yards. Third
down, 3 to go. Miller went through
the line for first down, on Vanderbilt's
44 yard line. Miller failed to gain. A
pass, Kipke to Steger, made 14 yards.
Miller went through the line for 3
yards. Uteritz made 10 yards around
right end. First down on Vander-
bilt's 18 yard line. Time out.
Steger made 4 yards off right tackle.
Kipke made 5 yards off left tackle.
Miller made first down on the Vander-
bilt 8 yard line. Steger lost 1 yard
on a widle end run. Kipke lost 2 yards
more when the Vanderbilt line broke
through. Blott kicked a field goal
from placement on the Michigan 20
yard line at a difficult angle, making
the first score of the game. Michigan
3; Vanderbilt 0.
Ryan kicked off to Kipke who re-
turned to his own 31 yard line. Miller
went through the center of the line
for 3 yards. Uteritz made 7 yards off
right tackle for first down on his own
39 yard line. Kipke went through
left tackle for 3 yards. Miller made 3
'yards through the line. Kipke kicked
to Rives who was nailed in his tracks
by Curran on the Vanderbilt 15 yard
Ryan kicked to the Michigan 28 yard
line. Miller made 2 yards through
the line. Kipke added 1 more around
right end. Kipke kicked out of bounds
on the Vanderbilt 38 yard line. Rives
made 18' yards around right end but
the play was called back because Van-
derbilt was offside. Muirhead stopped
Ryan for a 3 yard loss. Ryan kicked
to Uteritz who fumbled but recovered
bn his own 22 yard line.
Miller was stopped for no gain
through the line. Steger made 4 yards
through the line. Time out, Sharpe.
Miller failed to make the necessary
yardage 'on third down and Kipke
kicked to the Vanderbilt 45 yard line.
A pass from Bomar was intercepted
by Miller on Michigan's 45 yard line.
Kipke made 4 yards around right
end as the half ended. Score: Miclil-
gan 3; Vanderblt 0.
Blott kicked off to Meiers who re-
turned the ball 15 yards to his own
30 yard line. Reese was forced out
of bounds on the next play and Van-
derbilt was penalized on the play.
Ryan kicked to Kipke who was downed
on Vanderbilt's 49 yard line Miller
went through center for 3 yards.
Pass, Kipke to Steger, nets five
yards. Play was called back. - Van-
derbilt was penalized 15 yards, giving
Michigan the ball on the Vanderbilt
32 yard line. Pass, Uteritz to Steger,
was incomplete. Pass by Uteritz was
grounded. A drop kick by Kipke hit
the line of scrimmage, Rives recover-
ing .on his own 38 yard line. Curran
mar was intercepted by Steger on his
own 25 yard line.
Kipke made 1 yard off right tackle.
Time out for Vanderbilt. Steger went
through the center of the line for 20
yards. Miller was stopped at the line,
gaining a scant yard. Kipke went
through center for 6 yards, putting the
ball on the 45 yard line. Miller added
3 yards for first down. Steger was
stopped at the line for no gain.
Time out for Steger. Steger re-
nained in the game. A pass, Uteritz
to Kipke, was grounded. A pass by
Uteritz was intercepted by Kelly on
the Vanderbilt 33 yard line. Ryan
kicked to Uteritz who signaled a fair
catch on his own 22 yard line. Kipke
made 2 yards through left tackle. Kip-
ke's punt was partially blocked and
'after touching the Vanderbilt player
was recovered by Blott on the Michi-
gan 42 yard ilne. End of quarter.
Score: Michigan, 3; Vanderbilt, 0.
Kipke kicked to Reese who was
downed on his own 28 yard line.
Meiers made 1 yard through the line.
Ryan kicked to Kipke who returned
8 yards to his 35 yard line. Miller
made 1 yard through the line. K~ipke
lost 1 yard around left end. Kipke
kicked 55 yards out of bounds on the
Vanderbilt 10 yard line. Grube went
in for Miler...w
Ryan kicked to Uteritz on the 60I
yard line who fumbled, Vanderbilt
recovering. Uteritz broke through
and stopped Kuhn for a ten yard loss.
A pass by Ryan was incomplete. Ryan
kicked out of bounds on the Michigan
22 yard line.
Steger made three yards off right
tackle. Grube went through the line
for three yards. Michigan was penal-
ized 15 yards on the play, for holding.
Kipke made 10 yards around left end.
Kipke kicked to Reese who was down-
ed on his own 21 yard line.
Polo Grounds, New York, 0
Playing superb baseball, in a
ate attempt to even up the se
Yankees today took down the G
the tune of 8 to 4.
The most enthusiastic crowd
-more than 55,000 of them-s
1923 World Series, gave evih
the interest of the Gothamites
Series draws closer to its en
In the first half of the secon
which netted six tallies for th
ican league champions, the Ya
literally went wild, as run at
was piled up.' The fact that
doubtable Babe was com
walked, gave ample evidence
cautious brand of ball the Gi
H1OW THEY LINE
Coach Yost invited the above squad Levi, Herrnstein, Goebel, Meier, Doyle, I Koenig, Captain Kipke, Coach Yost,
of 50 men back to Ann Arbor on the Pa-er, Babcock, A. Quirk, Mote, Kin- Kuno, Cedargreen, Swan, Donnelly,
fifteenth of this month for the open- lerb ,, K- auhCSage ,
ing of this season's football practice. icy, Grub,. Stafford, Wetzel, Welling, Heath, Savage.
The list includes practically all o Kruger, Math'on, White, Mills, Amos, Bottom row: Brown, Curran, Neiscli
last year's men who are back in' Heston, Steger. '31ott, Marion, Gxube,B. Quir, Rock-
school. Middle row: VanDervoort, Muir- well, Parker, Witherspoon, Vick,
Back row: Dewey, Wall, Steele, head, llawkins, Whinnery, Wykes, Baker.
R. Mousel, If
ELEVEN TO HOLD
SCORELESS TIE RESULT OF GAME
PLAYED ON DIXIE
250 Rooters Here
More than 250 Vanderbilt rooters,
students and alumni, occupied a re-
served seat section of the fifty yards
line at this afternoon's game. Forty
students accom-panied the team and
band in the two special cars, while
FORMER GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS
ADRESSES LARGE A! DIENCE
IN HILL AUDITORIUM
Yanks Up! Witt up. Witt s
to center. Dugan up. Fou
catcher. Ruth up. Ruth out.
sel up. Grounded to short, f
Witt to second. End of the i
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Giants up. Bancroft out fly
left. Groh up. Groh out. Fris
Singled to center. Young up.
gled to left. Frisch on secor
Meusel up. Grounded to second
ing Young to second, too short
of inning. No runs, 2 hits, no
Score: Giants 0, Yanks 0.
others drove the distance. Yranks up: Pipp up. Single
COMMODORES PROVED tiestite thstanoe. DECLARES HEADS ARE center. Ward up. Singled to
SIt is estinated that more than a
GREATEST ON DEFENSE hundred students in all made the tri SWAMPED BY DETAILS Pipp on second. Schang up. Gr
hddtes ala tered to pitcher. Pitcher fumbled,
All Conference Teats Fell Before fiom Vanderbilt. Alumni from near-Psases. Scott up. singled to left
pWolverines' Onslaught With bycities swelled the total of support- Arsd nt of N in Work ing Pipp and Ward. Schang on
Big Defeats ers. Says Speaker Jk.
The special train carrying the Van- ing for Giants. Shawkey out by
The game this afternoon decided derbilt team and band will leave on rifice fly to center, Schang. sco
an issue raised a year ago when the the Michigan Central railroad at 6:05 "Our government must be com- Witt up. Ioubled to left, sec
powerful football aggregations of Van- o'clock tonight for Nashville, by way pletely re-organized on a common- Scott. Dugan up. Grounded to
derbilt and Michigan fought to a of Detroit and Cincinnati. sense business' basis, if it hopes to Witt out at third. Dugan on
scoreless tie on a sunny southern -- cope with the complex problems of - Ruth up. Ruth walked. .
gridiron. For the only time during PnTLICE ERECTmodern life," declared the Hon. Frank up. Tripled to left, scoring I
the season the Yostmen were kept 1. Lowden, former governor of Illi-and RthingaPtaeout.Fy e
from crossing their opponents' goal SAFETY SIGNS nois, who spoke last night in Hill lon pitching. Pipp out. Fly to c
line. auditorium, under the auspices of the alf of the inning. Six runs, 5 1
Journeying south for the battle the AnAOratorical association. "In all types error.
Yostmen participated in the lethe nagen Abr'pic tepatet sigs hf organization, except that of govern- Keiley singled to right. Stegei
tion of the new Dudley stadium engaged in putting up the safety signsAnt ment, there have been vast changs and to second. Snyder up and out oi
o cf the Ann Arbor branch of the Detroit,"toscn.Syeupadutn
Nashville, home of the Coimmodorescu aoit improvements in methods of admin-
Ns 'lho thCn drsAutomobile club at different points fly to catcher. McQuillan up.
and then baptized the field with a rthe y. These signs a istration,.but in American methods of first to pitcher who covered first,
scoreless battle. 1he tribe of McGu- placed near the public schools at dan- government there have been no gel on third, Kelley on second
gin was at home, fighting on its na- gerous street intersections and at rail- changes of government worthy of ser-
'tiveugoundradein tetwarmecuth-changedgoverrentlwrthy Icroft up and out, by fly to left.
e grli dat towhic they wre sact- road crossings, and serve as a warn- consideration." of inning. No runs, one hit, no e
customed. The Wolverines, repre ea- ing to motorists. Several have been IScore: .Yanks 6, Giants 0.
tatives of a larger school were rate erectedduring the past few days and Mr. Lowden then offered a number Third Inning
as the stronger team and were pick ed the work will be continued through of remedies for the more important Yanks Up: Ward up and w
to win, next week. weaknesses in our governmental or- Schang up. Out on sacrifice, pite
Tganization, illustrating from his own first. Ward on second. Scott up
strove to their utmost to carry tieam experience in formulating the "Civil gled to left. Waid on third. Sha
tr aosshfr thSTAFFstoIayhAdministration Code of Illinois," in up. Fouled to catcher. Witt up
leather across for the coveted points EXTRA STA which he completely reorganized the doubled to left, scoring Ward.
but all to no avail. Michigan, it is administrative system of the state in on third, Dugan up, and out on
true, gained more ground but when;Editor which he aced as governor, center. End of half inning. On
their goal was threatened the Com- Alfred B. Connable, Jr. IWhen he first came into oce, Mr. two hits, and no errors.
modores' line always held. On one! Editorial Assitailits We efrtcm it fieIr w htadn ros
occasionthe Maliz hen lue nErsquadlmP.a taLowden declared, he found more than Giants 17p: Groh up and out. F
carried the ball to the one yard line William I. Stoneman 125 individual agencies of government, up, and singled to center. Youn
of only to fail in the attempt to put it Bernd G. Baeteke all working independently of one an- and out on foul to catcher. E. 1i
e; over. Such defensive ability as the Norman R. Thal other. He described his difficulty in I up. Strikes out. No runs, 1 hit
e southerners showed then is rare in ny m reorganizing these scattered units into no errors.
'r- the annals of the gridiron. i e iSid earle a compact working body of nine de- Score: Yanks 7, Giants .0.
In the light of the outcome of sub- IJack N. Berkman partments, telling of the reluctance Fourh Inning
sequent battles Vanderbilt might well iiWalter A. Reiclhart with which the public greeted his in- Yanks Up: Ruth up and w
be pleased with the final score of the Herbert Moss novations, and of their attempts to 1 Meusel1up and out. Pipp up
contest. Ohio State, Illinois, Wiscon- Harold Moore cling to the old order of things. "If gled to left. Ruth on third.
sin, and Minnesota, all powerful ag- George Reeves ycu really wish to develop a respect up. Singled to left, scoring
gregations fell before the onslaught I Manning Houseworth for human ingenuity and resourc' Pipp on second. Schang up and
nd of the Yostmen. The Commodoros Margaret Bonine he said, "just try to abolish a publiCby fly to second. Scott up andof
ile alone had met the Wolverine attack Business lauing'.'r I ofFice once it is established. If there fly to short. One run, two hit
. n-1 .1......Ai .,,- .- . I - - - _ no errors.
"Doc" Kuhn lead the warriors
Vanderbilt north this year for the
annual contest, with the Wolverin
He opposed Uteritz today as quarto
back of the Southerners.
the line for 4 yards. Wakefield stopped1
inim L a q. .) oYa.i U in- LPr n !
AIP ZOr a 6 yarn mss. lvleiei's 111 j
tercepted a pass from Uteritz on his stopped Reese for no gain. Ryan went
own 24 yard line. Ryan kicked, the around left end for 4 yards. Reese lost SIG
ball rolling dead on the Michigan 37 3 yards on a wide end run. Ryan S D L IG H TS
yard line. kicked .to Uteritz for a fair catch on
Vanderbilt was given the ball on his own 15 yard line. BETWEEN HALVES
the Michigan 37 yard line. Blott re- Miller made 4 through the line. Kip- Between halves the Vanderbilt bai
covered a fumble, giving Michigan the ke makes 3 more inside right tackle, paraded up and down the field whi