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VOL. XXXIV. No. 42

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY,

NOVEMBER

10, 1923

PRICE,

LEA THERNECKS FALL

TOUSANDS W TCH DEDICATI

BEFOR
OF W
VISITORS SCORE
IN EARLY
PLAY
,TRT VECM SLEA[
ine' Pllu nging
Nets Heavy
Gains
By Ralph N. Byers
Ferry Field, Nov. 10.-Michigan's
uinlefeated 123 football team con-
tinued to add to its string of victoes
here'this Afternoon when the Wolver-
ines lad little difficulty in taking over
the United States Marines from Quan-
to, "Va.
The LeUathernecks put up a hard
battle, but thensuperiority of the
Maize:and: Bue eleven was never .in
doubt. The game was rather con-
servative, the Yostmen failing to open
their 'amed aerial attack.
fleaded by their huge band, the 1500
marine marched on t4e field at 2:05
o c1ok -. They came to attention be
fore the fagpolQ,- vwhere the flag was
raised as the bugles sounded. The
marine b>and thn played the "tar
angled Banner," and followingth
with tle Marine band playing h L1eh
Victors," the Devil-dogs formed a
mammoth human "M" in the cente
of the field.hThe band standing with
in the letter then played "Varsity.
This was followed by the Marine
singing their own song with head
bared. The Latherneks then brok
ranks and mde a rush for their seats
,ldwin Denry, '96L, Secretary of th
Navy Coach Yost, and the other no
tabl 8 who took part in the dedica
tion o fthe Yost feld house took thei
box in the center of-the side-lines a
fe* minutes after two o'clock.
The. Varsity band came on the, fiel
diretly after the Marine band, an
immediately marched to their seats
The Wolverines appeared on th
field at 2:34 o'clock, after having- ha
a short. workopt previously. The
were followed by the Marines tw
minutes later..
Between the halves the Marine ban
formed in .the center of the field an
the Denby party crossed the field t
the Marine side. The Marines cheer
ed. Denby as he took his seat at th
Marine , box. The. Marines' ,mascot
a bull dog, crossed the field with thi
party.
There was a larger crowd in at
tendance on the field than at the Ohi
State game, every available standin
room position being occupied.
FIRST ^QUARTER
Marikes defending the west goa
B1ott kicked off to .Goettge, who re
turned .20 yards to his own 30-yar
line Henry made four ya 's aroun
right end. Ryckman failed to gai
through the ine. Goettge wes
through tackle for first down on hi
own 45yard line Ryckman gaine
Syard through the line. The Marine
were penalized five yards onthe pa
for off side. Goettge was drpped o
the line of scrimmage for no gain lj
Haw knsĀ° ma
Ryekman made eight yards aroun
right end on a criss-cross play.I
pass, Goettge to Skinner, put the ba
on the Michigan 29-yard line. Run
ning from punt formation, Goettg
went through left tackle for 15 yard
On a criss-cross play, Henry wa
thrown for a three-yard loss. Goettg
failed to .gain through the line..

A pass by Goettge was knocke
down 'by Steger. With the ball on th
20-yard line Goettge attempted a dro
kick, but the kick was blocked Baile
recovering for the Marines on t
Michigan 10-yard line. Goettge wei
through left tackle for five yard
Goettge added two yards around rigb
end. Henry made first down on th

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)LVERINE TEAM
- ---MIC HIGA
13-yard line. Miller made a yard off
THELINEUP Farr letf tackle Steger went through the A R IN E
{ Maion.... LE. .....Farel j three-yard line.
Muirhead.... . L.T. ....Liversedge Miller added a foot through the line.
{ Slaughter..... L.G. .......Cercek ,Miller put the ball within a foot of
Blott.........C........Bailey the goal line. Uteritz went over on
Hawkins.....R,G.....McHenry a quatrerback sneak. Uteritz place-
i Babcock......R.T . . Hunt kicked the extra point. Score: Mich.
Neisch .. R.E. .......Skinner igan, 7; Marines, 0.
Uteritz....... Q.B. ......Goettge { Neal kicked out of bounds. Neal
j Kipke........L.H. .......Henry again kicked off to Kipke, who re-
Steger.........R.H. ...Ryckman turned 20 yards to his own 39-yard
{Miller.. ...... F.B. .......... Neal line. Steger made two yards through
I the center of the line. Kipke punted
Officials Referee-J. C. Masker, out of bounds on the Marine seven-
Northwestern; umpire-J. C. Mc- yard line. Henry gained three yards.
{Donald, Bron; field judge, R. D. { Goettge came around right end for
Donald, Brown; field judge, R. D. first down on the Marine 19-yard line.
I man, Major Nelly, West Point. I Goettge was dropped at the line of Completely upsetting the dope and
scrimmage by Miller. Ryckman gain- displaying an exceptionally powerful
turned 30 yard sto his own 36-yard ed two yards through the center of aggregation, the Ohio State cross
line. A pass, Coettge to Skinner, the line. A pass by Goettge was country team emerged victorious in
was incomplete. Neal made three knocked down by Kipke. Goettge the triangular meet held over the
yards through the liue. Goettge punt- punted to Uteritz, who returned five south Ferry field course this morn-
ed to Uteritz, who reurned four ya ds yards to the Marine 38-yardline. Mil- ing by the low score of 36 points,
ato his; own 22-yard line. 1ipke made ler went through the center of the while the least the Wolverines were
five yards around left end. By some line for three yards. Steger went able to turn in was 40, and Illinois 44.
beautiful open field running Seger through the line for first down on Wikoff, Ohio State star, and Payne,
added 10 more, making first down' on the Marine 26-yard line. Kipke stum- also of the Buckeye aggregation, ran
the 37-yard line. Kipke failed to gain bled going around right end and fail- a dead heat for first and second place,
around right end. Steger failed to ed to gain. Substitution: Kyle for traveling the course in the fast time
gain around left end. Hunt. of 26 minutes 521-5 seconds. Both of
Kipke punted to Goettge, who was Steger went through the center of 'these men ran exceptionally strongI
Sd d in tle line for 12 yards more. Miller races, finishing several hundred yardsi
downed line. hiGoetracksmade two yards failed to gain through the line. On ahead of the whole field. Third placeI
-yon a wide left end run. Neal made a fake play, Ryckman threw Kipke was copped by Mieher, Illinois cap-
o morde throught enter of t for a six-yard olss. A pass, Uteritz tan, who breasted the tape 28 sec-
lin.morethreupuntetceterito, ho to Steger, was incomplete. Marines' onds behind the winners.1
e line. Goettge punted to teritz, who ball on their own 20-yard line. Goett- Captain Arndt ran a great race for
r Miler went through the center of the ge forced out of bounds after gaining the Maize and Blue, leading his teami
lne for sinxtars.Kipke mader afyard three yards. mates to the tape and landing fourth
arliedfrihtyard.KileradenNeal went through the line for four place. Arndt extended himself to the
through the line for first down on the yards. Goettge fumbled, but recov- limit and finished with a sprint, nos-
s Michigan 39-yard line. iller failed ered, failing to gain. Goettge punted ing out Marzulo of Illinois ,who came,
to gain through the line. d to the Michigan 42-yard line, where in directly back of Arndt. Marzulo
- a Marine fell on the ball. Kipke was followed by Mike Reinke, who,
Uteritz was thrown for a four-yard punted to Goettge, who returned five was the second Wolverine to finish.-
e loss. Kpke punted out of bounds on yards to his own 39-yard line. Neal Piper. of Ohio State finished in sev-;
the Marine 36-yard line. Neal went hit the line for three yards. Henry enth place, one second behind Reinke.-
~ through the line for six yards. A added another yard through the cen- Rearick, Michigan, Makeeder, Illinois,
r" trick play failed to work, Henry be- ter of the line. and Shenefield, Michigan, were the
ing downed for no gain. Goettge was By a trick play Henry made first next to come in, finishing in the order;
forced out of bounds for no gain, down on his own 39-yard line. On a named. Davis, who finished in
Goettge fumbled on the fourth down, fake play, Goettge made one yard off twelfth place, had a poor day and was
d Babcock recovering for Michigan on left tackle. Neal added three more 'unable to strike his stride throughout
. the Marine 32-yard line. Kipke went through the line. Goettge added two the race.
e off right tackle for nine yards. Mil- yards more before being forced out Summary-Wikoff (Ohio) and Payne
d ler failed to gain through the line. of bounds. Goettge punted to Uteritz, (Ohio), 26:52 1-5; Mieher (Ill.), 27:20;
y Miller went through the line for six who was downed in his tracks on his Arndt (Mich.), 27:22; Marzulo (Ill.),
o yards and first down on the Marine own 18-yard line. 27:37; Reinke (Mich.), 27:45; Piper
18-yard line. Miller went through the Kipke made six yards around right (Ohio), 27:46; Rearick (Mich.), 27:48;
d line for four more. end. Steger went over for first down 1Msakeeder (ll.), 27:50; Shenefield
d Marion, called to the backfield for on the Michigan 30-yard line. Steger (Mich.); Arnold (Ohio); Davis
- one play, hit the line for two yards. added five more on a cross-cut play. '(Mich.); Linde (Ill.); Topper (Ill.);
e Kipke failed to gain around right Steger added two yards inside left Bevan (Ohio).
, tackle. A pass, Uteritz to Kipke, was tackle. Kipke failed to gain around
s incomplete. Marines' ball on their left end. Kipke punted over the goal Kipke punted out of bounds on the
own 22-yard line. Goettge punter to line. Goettge made three yards Marine four-yard line. Substitution:
.. Uteritz, who was downed on the Ma- around left end. End of the half. Whaling for Larson. Neal hituthe
o rines' 48-yard line. Miller failed to Score: Michigan, 7; Marines, 6. lin for ars. .
g gain through the line. Kipke added a THIRD QUARTER line for two yards.
yard off left tackle. A pass, Uteritz Neal kicked off to Steger, who re- On a fake play, Ryckan lst two
to Muirhead, was good for 16 yards, turned 20 yards to his own 38-yard yards. Goettge punted to Kipke, who
. putting the ball on the Marines' 32- line. Time out for Neisch. He re- returned five yards to the Marine 32-
- yard line. Steger went through the mained in the game. Uteritz made yard line. Time out for Kipke. He
d center of the line for 13 yards more, five yards on a quarterback sneak. stayed in the game. Steger made two
d putting the ball on the Marine 17-yard Kipke made two more around right yards through the center of the line.
n line. Miller gained a yard through end. Kipke punted out of bounds on Michigan was penalized 15 yards on
it the line. the Marine 11-yard line. the play for holding. On a wide end
s Kipke added another yard around Goettge made four yards off left run Vick made 15 yards, beng forced
d left end. A pass by Uteritz was in- tackle. Goettge went through the out of bounds. A pass, Uteritz to
s tercepted by Farrell, who returned 10 line for four yards. Goettge made a Neisch, was incomplete. A pass, Uter-
y yards to the Marine 33-yard line. yard through the line, but the Ma- itz to Steger, was grounded. Kipke
n Time out for Muirhead. Goettge rines were penalized five yards for failed to make an attempted drop kick
y gained a yard around left end. The off-side. Goettge punted to Uteritz from the 40-yard line, the ball going
Marines were penalized 15 yards on on the Marine 49-yard line. Kipke la little wide of the goal post. Marine
d the play for holding. Goettge punted went around left end for five yards. ball on her own 20-yard line.
A to Uteritz, who returned ten yards to Steger went thorugh the center of Sanderson failed to gain around
ll 'the Marines' 47-yard line. Steger the line for 10 yards, making Mich- left end. Neal made one yard through
- went through center, for four yards. igan's first down on the Marine 34- center. Neal made three yards
e. Kipke went off right tackle for 15 yard line. Kipke hit the line for two through center. Goettge punted to
s. yards, putting the ball on the Marine yards. Steger went around left end Utertz who returned 14 yards to the
is 92-yard line. Miller hit the line for for six yards. Miller went over for Marine 46 yard line. Steger went
e four yards. first down on the Marine 23-yard line, around right end with good interfer-
Marion, again called back to hit the Steger failed to gain around right ence for 12 yards as the quarter end-
d line, fumbled, Goettge recovering for end. A pass, Uteritz to Kipke, was ed. Score: Ihigan, 14; Marines, 6.
e the Marines on his own 22-yard line. grounded. A pass, Uteritz to Steger, FOURTH QUARTER
)p Goettge hit the line for one yard. .put the ball on the one-foot line. Vick went around left end for 13

Qy Substitutiosn: Steele for Hawkins. Miller failed to gain. Miller failed yards. Steger made two yards off
ie Goettge hit the line for two more. A to take it over again. Miller went right tackle. Vick added five more
nt pass, Goettge to Neal, was grounded. over for a touchdown. Uteritz place- through the line. Steger went
s. Goettge punted to Kipke, who was kicked the extra point. Score: Mich- through for first down on the Marine
lit downed on his own 45-yard line. igan, 14; Marines, 6. seven-yard line. Kipke made two
he SECOND QUARTER Neal kicked off to Blott, who was yards off right tackle. Vick failed
+1-11,n nr -iwn i 'n ip nwn A4.varA1lie. te- to eain at the 1'ne.Uteritz lost four

SCORE BY QUARTERS

Il

1st
0
6

2nd
7

3rd 4th FINAL
7 12 261

S

0

0

0

6

Michigan's Yost Field House

DEN BY, BURHTON F
TRIBUTE TO Y[
IN CERM ON
By Alfred B. Connable, J
Thousands jammed their w
the new Yost field house today
the dedication of Michigan's n
letic plant. The great buildi:
literally a sea of color and
Flags of the allied countries,
Marine corps, the national colo
above all the Yellow and Blu
blended together in one great
of glory and achievement. be
the opening of such a great
ment to athletics and physica
hood.
The Marines 1500 strong, t
with their famous band, made
spiring sight as they entered t
house at 1:20 o'clock. They r
in a column of squads the full
of the building in an aisle I
the thousands of spectators se.
the stands and standing , on
side..
Burton Speaks
It was an impressive sight a
Ralph W. Aigler, of the Law
and chairman of the Board in
of Athletics, mounted the s]
platform. to make the prese
R1egent James 0. Murfin, repre
the Board of Regents, accep
field house, saying, "On behalf
Board of Regents of the Un
of Michigan, it gives me, as
the entire board, genuine plea
accept this splendid addition
material equipment..- We aim t
and keep the University of 1
in the front rank among the uj
ties of the world."

Varsity Band Leads Parade
Of 1500 Marine Visitors

Keeping step with the blasts of one
of the most perfect bugle corps ever
heard in Ann Arbor, and swaying in
perfect formation from thestation up
Main and State streets, 1500 Marines
arrived at noon from Detroit to wit-
ness the hardest fight on their foot-!
ball schedule.
Michigan's Varsity band welcomed
the visitors at the station, and led the
way in the formal parade between two
lines of a veritable gauntlet of hu-)
manity which lined the streets for the
entire distance of the march. Fol-
lowing the band came the first com-
pany of Marines, twelve abreast, at'
times covering the car tracks on
State street, while enthusiastici
throngs applauded from the curbs.
The famous bulldog mascot, stalking
majestically, followed the flag corps,
and the remainder of the Marines fin-
ished up the parade.
A vast number of motor cars of
every description, some glisteningI
Substitution: Palmer for Neiscli.
Blott kicked off to Goettge who was
stoppend on his 30 yard line by Mar-
ion who made a beautiful tackle.
Substitution: Parker for Kipke,
Kunow for Babcock. A pass, Goettge
to Ryckman, was good for 12 yards.
Substitution: Babcock for Muirhead.
Babcock stopped Goettge for five yard
loss. A pass by Goettge was inter-1
cepted by Babcock on the Marine 23
yard line. A pass Vick to Steger was
incomplete.
A pass by Vick was intercepted by
Sanderson on his own 15-yard line.
Goettge made eight yards off left
tackle. A pass by Goettge was Inter-
cepted by Parker, who ran 30 yards'
for a touchdown. Steger failed .to
nake the extra point. Score: Michi-
gan, 26; Marines, 6.
On a widn right end run Steger made
30 yards.
c4!

under a new polish and some indi-
cating beyond a doubt that they had
come from afar to witness the great
football game, formed three contin-
uous lines for the entire length of
State street. The steps of the Union
were seething with humanity, while
the cries of "Mums" were shouted
from a hundred lusty throats.,
Streams of people were already on
the way to the new Yost field house,
to insure a seat for themselves at
the dedication ceremonies called for
1:30.
25 TICKET SCLPERS
N9BBED 9T, FERRY FIELD

Scalping was again prevalent before
the game this afternoon. Both stu-
dents and professional scalpers were
active particularly at the entrance to
Ferry field. For two hours prior to
the game the sale of tickets at exorbit-
ant prices were being consummated.
A corps of city police and private
detectives in the employ of the Ath-
letic association were kept busy up to
the start of the game in making ar-
rests. Arrests made by private de-
tectives were turned over to the city
police officials and a special car was
kept in service between the entrance
to Ferry field and the city jail. More
than 25 arrests were made during the
early part of the afternoon.
"This is in keeping with the policy
of the Athletic association in its ef-
fort to stamp out scalping on football
tickets", said Harry A. Tillotson this
afternoon.
Game Sidelights

President Marion L. Burton
the next address. "The Univer
Michigan takes genuine and jus
pride in the dedication of the
field house. The modern uni
has come to see that the physic
fare of its students lies at the
of its educational effectiveness
Tribute to Yost
"We take particular pride c
occasion because this building
sents not only sound principl
because it stands as a fitting
nition of the life work of a man
nationally recognized skill as
ball coach, with all its dazzlir
cess, has not been able to bh
eyes to the merit of the man
character and ideals have bee
a powerful influence in dev(
staunch men. Yost, the man,
heart of this occasion today.
this building, bearing his name
through the years as a silent bi
pelting witness to the worth
alty, integrity, and manhood."
Coach Fielding H. Yost, next
platform, said, "Deep appre
and a very real sense of humi
uppermost in my emotions. Th
name of Michigan fills my hea
pride, and with gratitude for
has done for me. This inspir
casion instills within me a r
purpose. I shall go forth det<
to be of better service to M
I shall live in the hope of r
in some small measure thi
honor."

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WESTERN-
Wisconsin 0, Illinois 10 (1st quarter).
Ohio State 20, Purdue 0, (3rd quar-
ter).
Chicago 0, Indiana 0, (1st half).
Detroit 6, Carnegie 6, (Final).
M. A. C. 0, Creighton 20, (3rd quar-
ter).
Notre Dame 0, Nebraska 7, (2nd quar-
ter).
Missouri 0, Oklahoma 6, (2nd quar-
ter).
EASTERN
Yale 16, Maryland 14, (Final).
Harvard 5, Princeton 0, (Final).
Pennsylvania 6, Lafayette 8, (Final).

FIRST HALF.
In the first half a pass from Uteritz
to Muirhead was completed for 25
yards. This is the first time that
Michigan has used a tackle at the
receiving end of a pass this season.
Herb Steger's line smashing fea-
tured the attack of the Wolverines in
the first two periods.
Dutch Marion was called to the
backfield three times during the first
half to carry the ball.
Most of the Marines' ground was
gained using the Hugo Bezdek plan of
attack.
Each team made but one substitu-
tion in the first half.

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f
.

Denby Speaks
Secretary of the Navy Edw
by, '96L, due to whose efforts p
more than any other man the
tion will go down as a memora
in the history of athletics, g
next and final address.
Secretary Denby said, "Yo
realize what a difficult positic
in, or what a happy one to b
the privilege to come back to
University and dedicate thi
building with Michigan mi
with my comrades in front of
heart today is divided as wil
support at the game, for in
half I will sit with Michigar
the second with the Marines.
He spoke about his footb
when "they only roped off a lit

Houses Asked for Lists
All organized houses are requested
to leave a list of the articles which
they intend to contribute to the Wom-
en's League bazaar in Miss Sherman's
office in Barbour gymnasium by this
afternoon.

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