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The Cardinal field goal came late inf THE LINEUP
the opening period after a 35 yard run WisToisini Miclilga
by Taft, the outstanding player of Irish L. E. Marion
the day for the Badgers. After re- IBelow L. T. Muirhead
ceiving the ball on a punt on the Mich- I Nichols L. G. Slaughter
Igan.44 yard line Taft broke loose and Teckmeyer C. Blott i
carried the ball to the Wolverine 9 1Bieberstein R. G. Hawkins
yard line. Harris made two yards in Bentson R. T. Babcock
two attempts at the line, and Taft!| Nelson R. E. Curranf
crashed into the line for a single yard. I Schneider Q. B. Rockwell
Below then dropped back to the 20 Williams L. I. Kipke t
yard line and place kicked for three Harris R. H. Steger
points. I Taft F. B. Vick
The Wisconsin aggregation seriouslyI Summaries: "t
threatened to score only once after I Touchdown, Michigan. Rock.- c
this. In the second period Taft broke well. r
through for a' 20 yard gain and a Field goals, Wisconsin. Be-t
pass 'rots Taft to Schneider put the I low.
ass fro~n Taft tSchneiard put' the Substitutions: Michigan, Brown t
bal on the Michigan 30 yard sipe, for Blott; Neisch for Curran,f
but Vick broke things up by inter- Herrnstefn for Steger. Wlscon-
cepting a forward pass on the follow- [ sin, Holmes for Williams; Wil
nig play and returning to his own 30 f ams for Holmes; Stipek for
yard line. Whereupon Kipke punted Nichols; Miller for Bentson;
eMt ofhdanger dI Engleberger for Schnieder.f
The Michigan line, handicapped by | Officials: Referee-Eckersall,1
the absence of Blott, Steele, and.'Van- I Chicago. Field Judge--Mumma, s
dervoort did not hold up as well as I Westpoint. Umpire - Haines, 1
usual, and the backfield was stopped ( Yale. -Head Linesman-Ray, I- {
rather consistently before it reached flinois.
the line of scrimmage. The Wolver- .
ines gained' most of their yardage on c
end runs wlyn the interference given center. Steger made 5 yards through
the man carrying the ball was as good n -
as Yost's men have displayed this year. Kipke punted to the Wisconsin 5-
Kipke's punting was among the fea-' yard line, Curran grounding the ball.
tures.of. the game, his work doing a just over the goal line. Wisconsin'sf
lot to keep the Badgers a safe distance ball on her own 2-yard line. lHar-
from the goal line. Rockwell got off ris made 2 yards through center. Har-t
with the nicest running of any of ris gained 2 yards through the center
the backfield men, ofthe line,aft punted to Rockwel,
who, eluding three t acklers after. h, t
FIRST QUARTER caught the ball; swept around to the
Captain Below won the toss and left and raced 60 yards down the field
chose to defend the south goal. Blott for a touchdown,. With Kipke holding
kicked off to Harris. who returned 30 the ball, Steger failed to kick goal
yards to his -own 40-yard line. Taft Score: MIchigan, 6 Wisconsin, 3.
raced around right end for 6 yards. Taft kicked off to Vick who returned
Harris added'two more through the 20 yards to his-own 25-yard line. TheI
center of the line. Harris gained two play was called back and Wisconsin.
yards through the line for first down. forced to kick from the 35-yard line
Taft went outside left tackle for five because of an offside penalty. Taft'
yards. W illianis made it first down kicked to Kipke who returned 25
on.' chigan', 41-yard line on 'an off yards to his own 39-yard line. Stegerf
tackle play. failed to gain through the line. Irish-
Williams made two yards. Harris threw Kipke for a 7-yard loss on an
made 5 yards through the line. Taft attempted right end run. Kipke punt-
went inside left tackle for 7 yards. ed to Schneider who fumbled but re-y
Williams added 3 more off right tackle, covered on his own 29-yard line.
putting 'the ball on the Michigan 25- Taft failed to gain around left end."
yard line. On a fake play Harris I Harris made 7 yards through the cn-
made it first down on the 24-yard line. ter of the line. Williams made it first
Williams made 3 yards inside right down on a smash at the line. Taft went1
tackle. Curran threw Williams with- around right end for 20 yards putting
out gain around right end, A pass, the ball on the Michigan 42-yard line,
Williams to Irish put the ball on Neish replaced Curran for Michi- 1
Michigan's i9-yar line. gan. A pass was incomplete. Schnei-t
Hawkins stopped Williams for no I'deri ient ofC left tackle for a gain, of
gain on a wide end run. Taft made 4 yards, Wisconsin was penalized 2
2 yards off right tackle. On a trick yards for delaying the game. A pass,i
play Schn.eider went through for 3 Taft to Schneider, was complete, put-;
yards on a quarterback sneak. A ing the ball on the Michigan 30-yard1
pass, Taft to Harris, was grounded on j line.
the Michigan goal line. The hail was A pass by Taft was intercepted by
brought blcpk and was Michigan's ball Vick who returned to his own 30-yardf
on her Qwn. 20-yard line. Kipke was line. Time out for Wisconsin, Schnei-t
thrown fon a 3-yard loss on a long. der was injured taling Vil.
right end run. Steger lost 2 yards on Holmes replaces Williams. Kipke
an end run. Kipke punted to Schnei- punted to Schneider who was downed
der who returned 10 yards until he on the 30-yard line. Taft went aroundy
was forced outside on the Michigan left end for 8 yards as the half ended I
41-yard line. Score: 11ichig n, 6: Wisconsin, 3. ;
Taft, circling Michigan's right wing, THIRD QUARTER
ran 33 yards to the Michigan 7-yard Taft kicked off to Kipke who ref
line where he was forced outside. Har- turned 20 yards to his own 30-yard i
ris went through the line for a yard. line. Steger gained a yard outsidee
Harris added another yard through left tackle. Time taken out for Taft.I
center. Taft failed to gain. With Rockwell hit the line for a yard. Kip-
Schneider hoding the bat Oli the 15- ke punted to Schneider who caughtI
yard line, Below made 3, points on a the ball on the 18-yard line. Holmes
place kick. Score, Wisconsin, 3; Mich- made 1 yard around right end. Harris I
igan, 0. made 5 yards through the line. HarrisI
Blott kicked off to Harris who re- made 2 yards through the line. Taftt
turned to his own 29-yard line. Taft punted to Kipke who was downed on
-made 2 yards around left end. Time his own 47-yard line.
was called when Taft was injured on Steger went through center for 6
the play. ' yards. Marion, called back, made 2
Williams made a. yard inside right yards through the line. A pass, Vick
tackle. Time out for Michigan. Brown to Kipke, put the ball on the Wiscon-
went In for Blott. Blott was carried sin 38-yard line. Kipke failed to gain

off the field. Taft kicked to Rockwell through the line. Steger failed to
who was downed on his own 20-yard gain tlough tackle. Time out for
line. Kipke kicked to Schneider who Wisconsin, Taft injured.
fan it back 6 yards to the Michigan l Taft resumed. play. A pass, Vick to
46-yard line. Harris made 1 yard Steger, was Vneomplete, the ball going
through the center of the line. The out of bounds. Steger gained 9 yards
quart'r ended. Score: Wisconsin, 3; around right end with beautiful in-
'1Fichigan, o. terference. Xipke attenipted a drop
SECOND QUARTER kick from the 40-yard line, but the
A 'pass, from Taft was grounded. ball went wide. It was Wisconsin's
Babcock recovered a Wisconsin back- ball on her own 20-yard line.
field fumble on the Wisconsin 44-yard' Taft made 2 yards off left tackle.I
line,' Kipke 'failed to gain off right Holmes made it first down on a
tackle. Steger lost 5 yards around plunge through the line. Harris gain-
right end. Kipke punted out of; ed 5 yards through the line. Holmes 1
bounds on Wisconsin's 15-yard line. gained 1 yard through the line. HarrisI
'Taft failed to gain around left end. added 2 yards through the line. Taft
Harris made 4 yards through the punted to Rockwell who returned 5
center of the line. Taft punted to Kip- yards to his own 32-yard line. Vick
ke who signalled for a fair catch' on made 3 yards off left tackle. Rock-
his own 46-yard line. A pass, Kipke well by a beautiful piece of running
to Steger, was grounded. Hawkins i raced around right end to Wisconsin's

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

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Approximately more than 100 run-
ners will compete in the annual fra- -om
ternity cross-country meet at 3:30
o'clocl, tomorrow afternoon, over the S
two and seven-tenths miles course
around the boulevard.
Little speculation has been indulged
in as to who will emerge the winner.
Many of the leaders of last year, HA RE S D F A
including Delta Tau Upsilon, Beta O
Theta Pi, and Phi Sigma Delta, all of
whom have lost their best point earn- I
ers last June, have'entered the fray Y 1 .
with new teams as have many of the'
teams which heretofore have not plac- Town Experiences Little Difficulty in
ed in the meet. There Is not such a. s
great number of outstanding harriers -WinningWisconsinDual
among the fraternity pledges this year
and wouldn't be surprising to see the ICAPTAIN RAY ARNIT RUNS
race much slower and more hotly con- TAE RA T ARYNS AVI
tested than was the case last year'3 TIE RAGE WITH HARRY PAIS
when Vande Visse and Reinke ran ys'
away, with the field. 'ais iecl Co.rrespondenth -
Fraternity'athletic managers should Madison, , Nov. 17-With Cap".
have their runners ready to toe the I tain Ray Arndt and Harry Davis fin:
mark at 3:30 o'clock at Waterman ihing a dead heat for first place and'
gymnasium. If there is any doubt I Rearick close behind, Michigan had 1
as to a man's eligibility, or physical little difficulty in winning the dual
fitness, the affected runner should get meet against Wisconsin here this
in touch with Coach Sullivan as soon morning by a 21-34 score.
as possible, as he will pronounce the The other two Michigan men to,
final verdict whether the man can place were Bowen who came in sev-!t
compete in the event. enth and Griffin who took eighth f
It is impossible to announce the fra- place.Davis and Arndt came down1
ternity handball schedule as the of- the Thome stretch at least 50 yardsr
fiials in chrge of the tournament], ahead of the first Badger runner to
have gone to Wiscpsin. It will ap- cross the tape with Glen Rearick
pear next Tueday about 25 yards back of his leading
team mates. The Wolverine winners
Following is the speedball schedule Ilhad little trouble tak'ng the lead at I
for tomorrow and Tuesday: 3:15 the opening of the race and keeping
o'clopk, toniorrow, team 1 vs. team 11, it throughgto finishing in' the fast
team 8 vs. team. 9; 4:15 o'clock, team i time of .26.8. .
7 vs. team 6, team 2 vs. team 4. At i The first Crdina ruhner to placet
4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, Phi Sigma. Del- I'was Piper in fourth place and'he was
ta vs. Zeta Psi, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Beta}} followed by two of his team mates,
Reed and Vallely,, in fifth and sixth
j places. Bown, =xifn, and Reinke
a 4-yard loss. A pss, Vi to Neischt, followed their men before the next
over the goal line, was incomplete. Badger.man. Swri land Bergstein
Wisconsin's ball on her own 20-yard hove into sight. ' oi0oing are the
line. Taft made 2 yards around left way the first five men on each team -
end; Williams 'went through the line place4 ehig n, Arndt and Davi
for a yard. Williams added another f tied r ; i; 'tla"k 3, Bowen 7,
yard through the center of the line. Griffin S. Wisco in7tiper 4, Reed 5,
Taft punted to Kipke who signalled Valleyng wingl'10,'ergstresser 11.
a fair catch on his own 40-yard line.
The play was called back and Michi- Schneider' who ,as gowned en his
gan penalized 5. yards for offside. own 32yard lin.
Wisconsin's first down on her own 32- Neisch dropped Williams for a yard
yard line. Babcock threw Harris for Iloss on .a left end run. A pass, Taft
a yard loss as the quarter ended. (to Schneider, was incomplete. A pass;
Score: Michigan, 6; Wisconsn, 3 Taft to Holmes was incomplete. Taft
FOURTH QUARTER punted to' Rockwell who returned 5 +
Williams failed to gain and fumbled. yards to his own 3 -yard line.
Michigan recovered on the Wisconsin Time was taken out for Wisconsin.
33-yard line. A pass, Vick to Rock- White replaced Hawkins at guard for
well, put the ball on the Wisconsin IMichigan. Slaughter stopped Wit-
16-yard line. Steger gained a foot lams with a half-yard gain. On a
through the 'line. Rockwell failed to fake psay Muirhead stopped Taft for
gain at right end,. no gain.
Stipek replaced Nichols at right A pass, Williams" to Taft, was in-
guard for Wisconsin. A pass, Vick to' complete. Taft punted to Kipke who
Steger, put the ball on the 9-yard returned 7 yards to his own 35-yard
line. Another pass was incomplete, line. Rockwell lost 3 yards when the
the ball going just out of Steger's line failed to hold.
reach, and going over to Wisconsin Vick lost a yard for the same reason.
on her 10-yard line. Schneider made ( Rockwell gained a yard through left I
two yards through the line. Taft punt- tackle. Kipke punted to Taft who was
ed out of bounds on Wisconsin's 4- downedby Herrnstein on the 22-yard
yard line. line. A double pass, Schneider to
Rockwell went through for 6 Williams to Harris, gained 9 yards.
yards at right tackle. Steger was - A pass, Taft to Harris, was incom-
stopped no gain around left end. A plete. Miller replaced Bntson. Eagle-!
pass, Vick to Neisch, was incomplete. burger replaced Schneider. Eagle-
Kipke punted out of bounds on'Wis- burger failed to gain.
consin's 10-yard line. Taft left lils A pass, Taft to Harris, was com-
interference and gained 1 yard on an pleted on the 20 yard line as the game
end run, Herrnstein replaced Steger. ended.
Neisch threw Williams for no gain. Score: lilichtigan 6, Wiscnsi 3.
Taft punted out of bounds on the
Michigan 32-yard line. Berlin, Nov. 17-(By A.P.)-The mi-
Kipke went off tackle for 4 yards, litia forced an end of the mill strike.
but Michigan was penalized 5 yards The leaders were arrested and the
for offside. Herrnstein gained 4 yards rank and file agreed to go back to
through left tackle. Kpke punted to work if they were set free.
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Chicago, Nov. 17.-Chicago downed
Ohio State here today, 17 to 3, in the
fourth annual gridiron clash betweenj
the two schools. Instead of employ-
ing the forward pass as had been ex- I
pected the Buckeyes resorted to I
straight football for the most part.
Today's game. evens the score be-j
tween the two universities, Ohio State
previously having won two games and ,
C Chicago one. Chicago's strength was]
:ncreased greatly just before today's!
game when Harry Thomas was de-
clared eligible and was permitted to
play. . I
The Buckeye's brought the firstI
blood in the initial period, when they'
twice carried the ball to within a few
feet of Chicago s' goal line and finally
kicked a field goal when they were
unable to score a touchdown.!
Chicago scored touchdowns in the I
second and third p~eriods and a field'
goal in the final frame. Both touch-'
downs were made after long runs. In
the second period John Thomas broke
through Ohio for a run of 52 yards,
and in the third period Pyott, receiv-'
ing a punt ran 40 yards for another;
touchdown. Rohrke kicked both goals.
London, Nov. 17.-King George yes-I
terday granted a peerage to Lord Rob-!
ert Cecil, lord privy seal in the Bald-
win cabinet,
Paris, Nov. 17-The French, Acad-
u.i has chosen-two new imnortals- .
Henri Robert, to succeed Alexandre
Ribot, and' Edmond Estaunie, poet, art
critic and novelist, to succeed Alfred
Capus.

Ld@,wW f U AllII J iuWL.
Overnead Attuak Biggest Factor In
Local Teamn's 4-1
Victory
FU LLBACK PAB,IDON, ('A PT.
WALSI, ,.EF. PROVE STARS
'Displaying a brand of football that-
was far superior to that of their op-
ponents, the Ann Arbor High School
football team upset all pedictions by
romping over the Highland Parkelev-
en yesterday afternoon. 4,-0.
At no time did the losers threaten,
to score on the local gridders, who cut
loose with a forwar d pass attack
which completely bewiltered the Pol-
ar Bears. The aerial attack figured
in every touchdown scored by the vic-
tors. Three times the ball was lugged
over the goal by an athlete on the re-
ceiving end of one of Neff's heaves,
and on the other three touchdpwns, it,
was a pass which brought the leathert
within striking distance of the Polar
Bear goal. The local gridders at-
tempted Gpasses, nine of which were
completed for a total of 153 yards.
Pardon and Walsh caught mpst of
Neff's pgs, although Meyer and Mu-
elk, each scored a touchdowvn " by,
grabbing the flying sphere. Hard luck
prevented the Purple and White grid-
deis from hanging up even better rec-
ords of completed passes than they
established. On several occasions, the

responsible for over half of the total
yardage gained by the winning team,
advances from pass formations ex-
cluded. The Polar Bear line ,eemd
totally helpless against the smashes
of this stellar performer. Besides his
success at hitting the opposing wall,
Pardon reeled off several substantial
gains in the open field. In the last
period, he intercepted a Highland
Park pass on the losers' 30-yard line
and dodged through the entire Polar
Bear team for a touchdown. His skill
in receiving passes was responsible in
a large measure for the success of the
Ann Arbor overhead game. On the
defense, he was spectacular, backing
up his line, and stopping the opposing
backs time after time. Highland
Park's defeat was due tQ the work
of this one man, if it can be attributed
to any one individual. He was rd-
sponsible for two of his team's six,
touchdowns.
Captain Walsh also put up an excel-
lent' game. He circled the ends for
consistent gains, and his handling of
passes stood out. Quarterbackp Neff
gave a sterling exhibition of passing
and kicking, his passes being swift
and straight. le outpunted Bohn-
sack, who did the kicking for High-
land Park, all through the game.
Furthermore, he place-kicked for the
points after touchdown six succes-
sive times.
The local line showed to better ad-
vantage than has been the case in any
other game of the season. The Po-
lar Bear backs were unable to make
any substantial gains whatever
through the Purple and White .for-
ward wall, and two of Bohnsack's
punts were blocked and recovered by
local linemen. Meyer, at left end,
played a particularly strong game.
He blocked a punt, and recovered, a
fumble, as well as scoring a touch"
down after receiving a pass. Mucile,
at the other flank, also made a touch-
down in this way. Pommerening and
Becks were towers of .strength on
bloth defense and offense. Tice sho4-
ed his ability to fo'low the ball,
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receiver missed connections by the B-
smallest of margins. ,Berlin,,Nov. 17.-Gen. Von Seeckt
Pardon, fullback on the local aggre-. has issued a decree authorizing local
gation was easily the outstanding star military commanders to seize, whey-
of the game. The. rangy Ann Arbor ever, necessary, dance halls, bars d
boy put up a great exhibition of all- cafes catering to richer people, t
around play. His line-plunging was turn, them into soup kitchens and free

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