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_______4 HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1923

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-ss Co'ys Bdck
Playing a strong kicking game and c
executing an impenetrable defense, 4
Beta Theta Pi duplicated their victory
of last week, yesterday afternoon and $1?f a4
S4df'RDAY'S WLITO D JETFR- *
MINE WESTE N / FYE NP 9 again defeated Nu Sigma Nu in speed-
CELkudEIN I ball this time winning the right to,
play Phi Chi in the finals for the
WOLVE in S FORCED10 chiampionship of the fraternities.,
]i. A'CE HOPES ON S U B S The game started fast after each
team had been given a rousing send-
9e(0 and VanDferV'ooi t TiAve uTle off by its army of rooters and the Be- j
Chance of Playing Against tas broke the ice by scoring a point
Gophers ' a from th penalty zone. Time for the
first quarter was growing short as ,t}
ichigan's game with Minnesota, to they added anotier score, this tim"
be played on Ferry Field next Satur- imiakng a field goal for three mark- tx
day aftdrnoon promises to provide one With the opening of the second
of thet greatest exhibitions of football
seen in greatest T~exhbts ug foothal quarter the conftst settled down to
seen in 't iddlx-West during the aiknggmehsd wtng for 2 r
1923 grid season. A powerful, red- aSikn ae ah iew~i~ o
jersid c iaton Ahc we , re the breaks. The winners received the 4 r
a first one by sco r i, ar. )" er bield: oal
ed its peak of perfection, after a sea--~s n yso~a e fedga Qrd~~~
son of ovtr-whelming victories, will ro much scra p ; a-odtw the oaI
meet' a Maize. and Blue eleven, drip- posts from a ki To At the s'ime
pled be'yond recognition, 'but provided t e the Nu Si a Nvu men were able
with every 'bit of football knowledge' t; se their whtwashe1 score sheet
that ''a half dozen coaches have been nfing a mark from the pen-
able to -give it. afyv ,tnle.
Minneiota, zgreatly 6ut-weighing the After mixed playing in the middlef
Wolverines will present 'n attack of the field during the opening m--
which has been out in the 'open for utes Na Sigma Nu upset the dope and i'
the last two weeks. An attack which, scored a field goal. It began to look
shifty, heavy, and fast, can be beaten as though they would pull up from
back fin ol one way, by superior behind and overcome. the lead of the Hamilton, N. Y., Nov. 20.-Little Col- He hails
reddwvrk. Passes, end runs, and winners, but Beta Theta Pi played a gate university situated among the in Massach
smdshing line rushes will feature the waiting game, kicking the ball into hills of Madison county, far away from --
Gopher effort to down Michigan, with the middle of the court every time it
Martiieau in the limelight. Michigan, came within the shadow of their goal any important railroad so that it ma .
cripiled to a great extent by the loss posts, and did not open up until the be called no man's land today boasts C
df three or perhaps four regulars last quarter, when they cinched the of the leading college'football scorer
who have imet with serious injuries in gai by two more field goals. in Eddie Tryon, sterling halfback of
the last three games, will give Spauld- Beta Theta Pi and Phi Chi will play Dick Harlow's eleven.
ing's men an attack which has been for the championship at 4 o'clock to- Besides leading all grid men in iak- The nim
saved since the beginning of the sea- morrow afternoon, and their game ing touchdowns, Tryon also holds the tween Coa
son, and will rely upon an eleven of should turn out to be a battle royal, individual Frecord for the season in Coach Mat
former sedond stringers to carry the as the latter team scouted the game making touchdowns in one game. This place Thur
contest. . and are assured that they will beat feat he accomplished in the ' game Field. Thi
Absolute secrecy guards every move' the Betas. Phi Chi is the only team against Niagara university when he of the footb
made on Ferry Field this week. E- to have gone throughi the season with- made sevei long runs for touchdowns. Practice fo
orything that has been saved for the's e a
Myinsotastruggleas beng workte out a defeat to its credit and this fact Thus he accounted for 42 of his team's er's. men a
Minnesota struggle is being worked alone speaks for itself. 55 points made during the afternoon. fview towar
into shape, while the men who will In the other game of yesterday af- Tryon's ' rSnii perfor ance is alt th 'e a
tbe .ine left by the injles to Van- ternoon, Phi Sigma Delta won a for- the more noteworthy becaue he only mands of e
Dervoorit ynd Sthee, are being pointed feit over Zeta Psi and won undisput- played one-half of the contest with in an earnes
for the week-end. At the same time ed title to second place in league IT Ohio State and did not get into the siReathe
coaches and trainers are taking Navy or Rochester contests becauseef both squads
tee ar osaetkn ayITheFres
pains not to have the men go stale Interest in the class speedball injries.'Wit t ┬░"C
on the eve of the season's final clash. games increases daily as the senior He is a veritable whirlwind in car- fray and i
jbs to Play lits and the medics dispose of their ryinrig the oval. He can staiglitarm dp- rbeat the
SThe Michigan line which bheld Van- opponents each game and it is ponents in wonderful style and i the field is co
derbilt, Ohio State, and Iowa early figured that these teams will play the broken field there are few backs who iformer - hig
in the season will be replaced to a finals for the championship, provid-. are more adept in sidestepping and shifty half-
large extent by second string men ing the senior lits win this afternoon dodging would-be tacklers. This is fullbak, D
who have proved their worth in the from the soph lits, who have a dan- Tryon's secod year on the team andStamin an
Marine and Wisconsn games after the gerous team, last fall e" was ranked among the Friedman
a regulars were injured. Blott vill be Besides these contests the ones fea- leaders. in reserve.
siceeded by Brown who mae a name tured by the freshmen sectional group As said before Tryon got seven tai suoh
for himself tin the last two periods of speedball teams are becoming more touchdowns in the Niagara contest. ton, giant
tlfe Wisconsin game last week. Steele and more popular as the eliminations He scored twice in the Ohio State husky lines
is in bad shape and will probably narrow down. classic. at . Columbus, three' times ha the ma]
have to see the struggle from the side- The schedule for all of the speed- against Clarkson Tech, once against The Res
lines while Curran, badly crippled, ball teams for the balance of the Ohio Wesleyarr, and once against Sy- the team a
will be in no shape to hold down his week is as follows: 3:15 o'clock, to- racuse. i Myrs,' for
pbsition at end unless he recovers day, team 4 vs. team 8, team o vs. Besides being a crack halfback Try- half-back p
from injuries which have been both- team 10, 4:30 o'clock, senior lits vs. on s a shot ptter, brqd jumper and full-back jo
cking him since the .Wisconsin game..e Ifbak
eg tackle jobs wsieef ome. soph lits; 4 o'clock, tomorrow, Phi sprinter of no mean ability. set f baks
Til the beginning of the game, in- Chi vs. Beta Theta Pi (for the chain-
jies┬░ to Muirhead and VanDervoort pionship of the fraternities); 4:30 o'-
nmaking it uncertain whether they will clock, junior engineers vs. fresh en-
be in condition. Muirhead has been gineers, medics vs. winner of sen-
siffering from a number of injuries ior lit-soph lit game.
fdr the past three weeks, and is be-
ing given only light work in the 'prac- Some of the fraternity teams enter-
tice sessions in order to prepare him ed in the handball tournament seem
fd'r Saturday's game. ' VanDervoort, t have lost their pep during the last
who has been on crutches ever since few days and .as a result are holding ' ,
his' knee was injured in the Iowa up the schedule for the ones that are
game and whose chances of playing fighting ever chance they get.
Saturday have almost been given up, In order to avoid further delay in
may get into the. game after all, de- announcing the second round of the
pending upon whether his condition tournament the manager has request-
has improved sufficiently to warrant ed that the following teams to play
it. Michigan's chances of stopping their matches off as soon as possible,
the Minnesota onslaught will depend the deadline for them having been
to a large extent upon whether Muir- placed at 5 o'clock, last night: Phi
had and VanDervoort are in shape. Gamma Delta vs. Peers, Phi Sigma

Bbth men have been mentioned by Delta vs. Kappa Nu, Zeta Psi vs. Sig-
pm'ominent sports writers as being in ma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Rho Chi vs.
Hawkeye linemen who "could not be The following games in the second
stopped" according to those who saw round are dud to be finished by 5 o'-
the Iowa-Ohio tilt were spilled con- clock, tonight; Cygnus vs. Acacia,
tilmually in the Wolverine-Iowa con- TuDla h s h eaDla a m h
test until VanDervoort was sent to the Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi Kappa
sidelines and Muirhead was put out Sigma, Alha Esilo vs. Phi Ksthea st
of the game in the last half. Sim, Delta Sigma Phi vs. Phi Chii,th
esterday afternoon members of the Sigma Club vs. Phi Sigma Kappa.
squad were given individual instruc-
tion for nearly two hours, after which ship ca
Mfnnesota plays were drilled into
their heads. Kipke put in the early On Grid Schedule granted,
hours punting, getting both distance
aid placement with his boots, while
Neisch and Steger practiced on rick- With the curtain fast closing on the
offs. One of the many talents which 1923 football season, several addi-
Jack Blott possessed was the ability tional classics are yet to be played,
to place the opposing team at disad- two of the most important being the
vantage at the kickoff and the coach- annual clash between Yale and Har-
es are bending every effort in an at- vard and the Army and Navy.
tempt to fill his shoes. Yale has one of the most powerful
The next three afternoons will be elevens in the history of the school,
spent in light practice sessions, all and having decisively trimmed Prince- State Street
chances of further injury to members ton and won all of its contests this
of the squad being avoided by the year, rules the heavy favorite against
mentors . her ancient rival .Hrvred: although

Leads Six Major S'hools Boast Of
s In Scoring 'Unbeaten ElevensFor

THE LITTLE
BROWN JUG
When Michigan plays Minnesota
more is at stake than the game. The
other is the honor of holding the,
"little brown jug" for another year.
That jug has done much to keep riv-
airy between the two schools at a
high pitch during the past few years
and both teams are anxious to win its
holding for the next 12 months.
Here's hoping the Wolverines will
retain its possession as they have the
two previous years.
Michigan is one of four schools
in the entire country whilh have
not been beaten or tied thus far.
The others are Yale and Cornell
in the East and Illinois in the
Nest.
California and Minnesota have not
yet lost but. both have tie games
against their records.

Six major teams, four in the West, Big Red team, which has defeated St.
and two in the East remain unbeaten Bonaventure, Susquehanna, Williams,
ifor, the current season. Colgate, Dartmouth, Columbia, and
In the Conference, Michigan, Illi- Johns Hopkins. Cornell's largest
score was run up against Suseque-

nois, and Minnesota have maintained
clean slates, although Minnesota has
been held to a tie score. When the
Gophers encountered Wisconsin, Oc-
tober 27th, neither team was able to
score. This is the only blot on an!
otherwise clean slate for the Minne-

hanna, the final count being 84-0. St.
Bonaventure, on September 29th, held
the Eastern steam-roller to a score
of 21-6, the closest on the Cornell
slate.
The only other unbeaten team of
importance in Eastern circles is the
Yale aggregation. The Bulldog has

ww"

Season

Doug Roby and Rosatti, both mein-
ssions of him. bers of last year's Varsity squad, are
from Southwick, a village playing professional football for the
usetts. Cleveland Indians 'this year
'rPaul Goebel, last season's gridiron
captain, is playing with Columbus this
fall, in pro football.
LGophers Prepare
uil' tradit:onai gamebe- For Wolverines
clh Fisher's Reserves and
tier's yearlings will take i
sday afternoon at Ferry,, Minnesota, Minn., Nov. 20.- With
s game will mark the end three regulars not even In uniform lie-
all season for both squads. cause of the hard bumps received in
r both Fisher's and idatli- the battle with the Flawkeyes last Sat-
ll week hatsbeen withaurday, the Minnesota football squad
ds Thursday's game and all today started an intensive four days
n' fo4;lfl _ 9,t. the cni-. practice grind in preparations for the
acli tean~ih''be exhibited igame with the Wolverines next Sat-
steffort to win what is con-| urday.
e biggesal--the . year-for 4 1Mar e ,.ah m an4 Cox spent
. -- -. ..the afternoon on the training table
hrmen have been impressed working out the slight bruises they
xo'rtwfiO" ' Thursday's sustained, the others! coming through
ill put forth their best to in fine shape. As the Gophers leave for
eserves. The '27 back- f Ann Arbor Thursday night, only one
mposed of 'the following hard scrimmage is booked for this
h-school stars: Cook, a week. Scouts who have watched Mich-t
back, Bowles,.a powerful igan play all seasoDn'have the Freshmen}
binhoff, quarmr-balk, and 1 drilled in'the Wolverine plays.
other speedy' half-back. The heavy Gopher eleven will face
another back, will be held the Yostmien as"favorites because ofl
The forwad wIl con 'the unexpected strength exhibited'
prep luminaries as Hanil- I against Iowa. Martinean played a fine
tackle, Stewart, another game and will require a great deal of
man, and Baer an end who watching on Saturday.
kings :of 'a Varsity mnan.
erves wish Day directing Manila, Nov. 20.-(By A.P.)-Gen.
t quarter-back, Heath and1 Wood has advices from Minandao say-
iner. Varsity men at the ing the troublesome Moro brigands
osts, and Mote filling the have scattered into small bands. The
ob, will- present a strong constabulary is after the few small
rifles they are believed to have.

sota gridders. chewed up seven opponents, the vic-
Michigan's record is the most im- tims being North Carolina, Georgia,
posing of any of the three Big Ten Bucknell, Brown, Army, Maryland,
posng f ay o th thee ~igTenand Princeton. Coach Jones' eleven
schools. In defeating Case, Vander- ank secndeto Conl in t leon
bilt, .Ohio State, M. A. C., Iowa, Quan- ranks second to Cornell in total points
tico Marines, and Wisconsin, the Wol- scored by unbeaten teams. In the sev-
veri-nes have scored 140 points to their en victories, Yale has hung up an ag-
opponents' 12. Only one touchdown 'gregate of 217 tallies. Her oppon-
has been pushed over by the Yost- cuts have amn:.ssed 38 lxints.
men's foemen. The Marines scored in The sixth team hails from the Far
the first few minutes of play is the West The University .of Californ!a,
sole instance of a team's makiing although having been held to a score,-
soleinstnce f ateams maingless tie by" Nevada, has hot y~et been
points against Michigan this year, ex- fed to aeptdefeat
cept by mieans of the field goal, which forced to accept defeat.
was successfully used by Iowa and
Wisconsin. On The Gridiron
Illinois is next to Michigan in the
standinigs, the Suckers having run
up 137 points while the combined ef- ' Eastern football critics are touting
forts of Nebraska, Butler, Iowa, North- the Caveinan Milstead, the giant Yale
western, Chicago, Wisconsin, and the tackle, as the greatest lineman of
Mississippi Aggies have accounted for*'
20 markers. "Red" Grange has scor-ts
ed nearly half of the Illini's total. In! placing a rather high value on Mil-
spite of the claims of Illinois stu-1 stead, as Muirhead of the Michigan
dents that the Zuppke clan is the squad, Sunstrom and Kearney of Cor-
cream of the West, Michigan tops the nell and Waldorf of Syracuse are en-
Suckers, both in points scored, and l titled to some consideration. r
in -the opposite accomplishment, that
of holding opposing teams in check. It may be true, as the old saying
Minnesota's record is not nearly as ' "that it takesyneleven tailors to
imposing as that of the first two mak a"man,' btitit does not always
elevens. The Northmen, in six games, men to make a winning
have amassed tn aggregate of 114 football machine. 'For instance, there
points to 50 for their victims. In I was the great Notre Dame eleven of
four of their six games, the Gophers!1920. George Gipp threw 'em; Ber-
have had their goal line crossed, and nie Kirk caught 'em, and Notre Dame.
one game resulted in a scoreless tie, scored touchdowns.
making the North-Dakota game the
only victorious encounter in which the Gilmour. Dobie signed a ten-year
Minnesota goal line has not been agreement in 1920 to coach the Cornell
crossed. A dazzling offense, which Vrsity team. Two 'important tilts
has just reached its full effectiveness, were lost that year by the Ithicans,
has been 'responsible for the string -of but since that date the Cornell out-
victories gained by Coach Spaulding's fit has been poison to 'its enemies.
mren. The -Gopher defense has stiff- Cornell 'swears by Dobie. His meth-
ened in the last four games, as statis- ods are indorsed by the faculty, un-
ties show. In the first two encoun-' dergraduates ,an4 players themselves.
ters of the season, Ames and the Has- A recent issue- of the Cornell Alumni
kell Indians scored 29 points, while News, in paying tribute to Doble, s d
N innesota was rolling up but 33in 'part: "His coaching method c
points. rather the style of play he develo$4
Cornell appears to have the real has the peculiar quality of absolute
scoring machine of the country, Pfann precision that goed with a definite a-
and his playmates having amassed a dence not unlike that of a crack drill
grand total of 268 points. Twenty six squad going through the manual of
markers are chalked up against the arms."

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