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October 28, 1923 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-10-28

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Neller kicked off to Kipke who re-0 nd2 yrst ison3 Ihiin 1n9nCnin0innf
line. Kipke kicked to Lyman who I LIiYII.dJ
fumbled but recovered on his own 30
yard line. Neller wvent through left ! R
tackle for 10 yards as thle quarterIT DF TS UPH
ended. Score: Michigan 12, IILA.C. 0. CiagOt 2- .P)Pr
Chic URTRdu asoanquish7d(By Athejsmashing
S CO DQ ABTF d e as v n us e byt e slahn1.Neller lost 2 yards on a line plunge.' line attack of the Ufliversity of ,Chica-
Neller lost two mfore on a line plunge. gO today, 20 to 6, but returned to
Neller kicked to Kipke who was down-4 Hoosierdomn tonight the holders of the
ied in his tracks on Michigan's 20 yardI season's first score against the. Ma-
iline. Miller failed to gain.* Vick went roojis.
t arundleft end for first down on his' 20,000 persons, including close to.
5 w 5yr ie ik etaround 5,000 Purdue visitors saw the game.
owef nd 5 4 yard'iKipke went: The play was remarkable for the
lefuhettaendfor e7forrs3 iyars.went'sustained line plunging tactics of
r espass was intercepted by Neller bth teams while the open formoations!
on hs 17 yard line. Time out for Has-weengctd Oueihdyth
kiniag .Chicago line which was in offensive
action a greater part of the time the
Substitutions: Speakermzan for Tay- Purdue defense wreakened in the fn
frin-le aethe adsaon al period and Zorn and Pyott were
left end. Neller gained a yard pushed over the line in the last eight
through left tackle. B~eckley punted to E minutes of play.
the Michigan 38 yard line where the The Chicago defense was impreg-
ball rolled dead. nable, though a soft spot appeared in,
IVick made 5 yards around left( the second period in which the b=oiler-
tackle. Kipke made 4 yards through makers scored in a brilliant series of
_center. Miller made 3 yards through ;line plunges from their own fivie yardI
right tackle. A pass, Vick to Marion line. Moist of the play was with Chi-
was good for 15 yards, putting the ball icg' ali udestrioy
'on the Aggie 32 yard line. Vick
gained a yard through left tackle. A{
pass, Vick to Kipke, was grounded.J yards. Grube went through left tackle
A long pass, Vick to Uteritz, was in- for 5'yards as the halt end (ed. Score:
complete. Kipke's attempted drop Mci~iI .~.0
kick from the 40 yard line was block-!I
ed and recovered by Robinson on Ag- THIIRD) QUARTER
gie 25 yard line. Lyman failed to, Substitutions: Kipke ( Aggie) for
gain. Beckley failed to gain. Beck- i Edmunds.!
Icy kicked to kipke who was stopped; Neller kicked off to Kipke who re-l
on his own, 41 yard line, turned to his own 42 yard line. Vick
Miller went through the center of mainde 9 yards through the center of
tthe line and broke free for 18 yards. the line. Grube made first down. Kip-,
Kipke went inside left end for 5! he stop~ped for no gain at left end.
fyards. Miller made first down on thei Grube gained 3 yards through left
Aggie 28 yard line. Substitutions: tackle. A pass, Iiteritz to Vick, was
Kunow for Muirhead. Kipke went good. for 8 yards. Grube failed tolt
around right end for 17 yards. Vick 1 gain at center,. giving Aggies ball on.i
failed to gain. Ball on Aggie 12 yard their own 35 ya d line.
line. Miller went through left guard I Neller went. through left tackle forl1
for 7 yards. Miller failed to gain. Ut- 2 yards. Selmnyser went through cen-
Iteritz gained a yard on a quarterback ter for 3 yards. Neller made .2 more
sneak for first down. Ball on Aggie, through Kunow. Lyman:_ made first
3 yard line. Miller gained a yard,(down for.. Aggies through ceniter.'
through left tackle. -Miller took the Schmnyser went thlirough center for..3
ball to the Aggle 1 yard live. 'Kipke yards. A pass, Nee o Lyman, was
look the ball over for a touichdown, ± good for 12 ;yards-.- Neller made 2It
Substitution:' Grube for Miller. ITt I throuigh, right tackle. Neller's pass tc
heritz, passed over the line to CuirranI Lyman was partially,bhlocked and was
for aMother p)oint. Score: Michigan 19.,1 caught. by Speakerrna on the Michi-
' .A.C. 0. gan 30 yard line. Lyman. went through
Neller kicked over the goal line. the linoofor 7 yaitda. Neeler wents
Michigan's -ball ion her own 20 yard through--line--for l ..yards. Substitu-
line. Substitutions: IroWn -for Blott. 'tionb 'V'itM~6'fci: HaW ins. A ,pass..
Grube failed to gain through center Neller t$ -Robinson'-,as ,groundet. Ballt
Gruhe went through right tackle for on Michigan 23 yard line..
2 yards. Michigan was penalized 51I A pase =eller to Lyman was inter.
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cepedby teitzonMihign' 10 nui
yard: line. He, ran to his own 20 y ,
yard line. Kipke kicked to Lyman , f
who was-stopped on the, 40 yard line.;
The }play was called back because Ag-f
pie~s had roughed the kicker. Michi-'
made 3 yards around left end. Kipke
kicked to Lyman who was stopped on D1tals ("oifvs ('eurasa dl i'I6I:_Ti of ci ipper the first Farmer runn~er to
his 8 yard line. Neller failed to gain; 24 zia,, 2' eid'°",I SiiOVI up finishledI in tenth place and
on a line plunge. Substitions: Brown Ea;sy TIcews followvedI by H'cks of Michigan.
for Blott. WihdPesndClark a llM, A,, C,
Beke ikdout of bounds on hils } NIV OLvi; 1, i N NERUS men were the next to come in, finish-
20yard line. (}ckeyCrube made 9 yards ; IIAlEI OF A u n h rlrnae.Rpe'
ah rough center. Speakerman dropped_____ time was 25:43.
G: ube for a 2 yard loss. Grube gained Mike Reinke, one of Coach Farrqi l's
2 through tihe center of the line. Displaying a. far superior brand of l'tbswaunletocm ten
ffGrube wvent through for first down oi running and traversing the foura and bs e a t~~l ocmeei
tihe Aggie 17 yard line. Grube- went' ~oHalf course ,in t~le good time of 24t the race dfae to an injured leg. The
throgh ente fo 7 'mintesCoach is of the opin~ion however that
thog etrfr7yards. Grube mntsand 28 seconds, the 1\h(:higaf aldt antruhcne.Ggb rs onr eaaeprftcl lt einke wl ~al ocmeei
faild togai thrughcentr. Gubecros contryteamexpr~eed itte the Harphain trophy race next Satutr-
made a yard.- Grube failed to gain, dififculty in dlowinig M. A. C. in ada
Aggie hall on own 7 yard line, dual meet. held at southl Ferry field day r. Dvi 428 lerc
yesterday morning by the most dci- ; Summary:owani25:07, 8Arndt 25c
FU h LAJERive score possible, 15-40. 250,.o e 50,Ant2:0
Nele wntof aclefr yrd.Team balance was the featuie dis-j Shenefield 25:1.0, Callahan 25:28,
B~eckley" punted from behind his ownI played 1by the VWolverine runners Griffen 25: 33, 1olhemus 25: 3G, Nfch-
goal line to Ujteritz who signalIled in wht'len they placed nine men ahead of olson. 25:39, Ripper, M. A. G., 25 A3,
a fair catch on the Ag gie 32 tyard the first Aggie ruinner to breast the Hicks 25:58, Willard, M. A. C., 26:02
line. Kipl e made 4 yards on a wide{ tape. At no time during the race were1
end run, Michigan was penalized te1aean lerner hetn n lTlfi
y'efailaIalIuaontetrae-cnrr ards for holding. A pass Vick to ed frteladbto;h e rr F W I~PII
Marion was incomplete. Kipke punt-!the Warmers were always in ,the roar LIJ iI LIIJ
ed out of-bounds on. the Aggie 7 yard :lby hundreds of yards. ^-"l P 9 Il ITal
line. ldti is First dm i~ v r~
Neller made a yard inside tackle. Harry Davis was the first I'olver-! } a W, &" r
B~eckley' punted to Uteritz who was ino to breast the tape. )av~s ran a<n
low ed' on the Aggie 38 yard line. exce-ptioniall y ;strong race and took I P~ftr'ait, Gdt. 27 -Outplayedl by a
K'ipke was thrown for a 5 yardl loss on 'thae pace after the ifast nmile. Ther"e! ar. i criving,, fatster clharginag team,
a left end run. Uteritz's pass to jI,,, not the slight est dloubt bt at thf 1at :,aowcdz. a vastly superior knowl-
Currani was grounded. A lons pass D .avis' tinge would bave beon muchma: 'g of th- basic principles of forot-
to Curran twas again grounded. Kipke faster if lie had been pushe11d. yu:.:id te University of JDetroit w t
punted to the Aggie 5 yard line where icF a h etmnt oei.Id;v eoeteosagto ah
(Continued on .mnlo oxe nt = nbager . Eight)htofWah
(Cotiue o PgeEiht turning up exeeIly 35 secondafl e nIo and Jeffersoni at Dinan field
- ; ~~Davis finished. In I is race, liesr ih I: .t"Lrfay aft 'rlioon, 6-0.
Yost Will Speak to Commnerce Hen lproved that hae is a strong contenacler I Quicker to scant thecir advantage, and
Giving a luncheon and having as and can be counted on to garne r a , rv a I)to teir l' oportunities with
guests members of the Ann Arbor high numnber of poJzts for the team inorcee' the visitors reached the
school football team, the Chamber of, future maeets. bih of their power ill the second
Commerce luncheon club will hold a r1'avn 5'vell B1(b('ll (j a V. t r when they took the b~all ona
'meeting at 12 o'clock Tuesday at the ' owen i pulled one of the sur prises of hbo 1 etroit.'s 22yard line after a iunt
Chamber of Commerce Inn. Coach, the meet when he drew up into fourth haI~d been leIelked and in five lilays i lad
Fielding H. Yost will be the principal* place a few' yardls before the finish u asied ithe ball across the goal line.
sneaker, speaking on "How to Obesrve, and held this position until hie crooned II Alt bousgh out gamed thralughout b
a Fbotball Game."1 the tape. Bowen's tinme was 25:0'7. E arne by tFe d zzling cllarges of the
Onl Nov. 6, Manufacturer's day, the =Captain Arnldt anid Shenefield wereI w-J bactai s, Detroit Ihad its scoring
Changer of Commerce has secured, close on Bo0wen's heels at the finish cixam ces but found their opponent's d e-
James Couzens, bnited States senator, and both turned in the time of 25: 10.1 tense, impregnable whenever their goal
whio will speak upon European condi- All three of these men ranl well ant iwas threatened. Twice the. Red and
tions. caused a wide smile to sweep tthhc iito Lad the ball inside the visitors
face of Stelve Farraell. ti0 -:er line lbut bothi teams failed to
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 27.-P~usi-! Callahlan, a new:comier on. the tgan'advan3ce it for the desired first do tit
ness organnizations here are trying to finished sixth.. Steve thinks a lot o'. aadleul H, Iogan's attempItv to kick a
induce the government of Canada to 'the ability of this> manl andl is qjuite hfeld -gal failed.
.give preferenice to Jamaica oranges. con hdcent that hie will plac&el II ire
They think preference would stimulate future mecets. Tfhe next three pl. aes All ai l I c meet similar to the
competition with oranges Inmported in-' were also copped by Michigan run- 1?rii13ra.aml ay ca rnival, with Am-
to Canada from thle united States. ners, G riff en, Poihemus and NIcllol- erl-an atl etes pitted against British
son finishing respectively. seventh;. Empire stars, will be staged in I ng-
Daily classified for real results.l eigh lth and inth. 'Thudl July 19, 1924.
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