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ICHICAN DEFEATSMINNESOTA
AND TAKES CONFERENDE TITLE'

SCORE BY QUARTERS

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(Continued from Page One) Leader Ends Career
Captain Kipke ended his career ase
a Michigan football player in a blaze in Blaze
of glory.. The Wolverine leader and
All-American halfback was in everyx
play and his kicking was one of the,
big features of the contest. Kip aver-
aged about 45 yards on his hoots and .,F.4..
his placing of punts was of the best
Kip also had a big day at carrying the "
ball and tore off considerable yardage ?^i:
giving the 45,000 fans a big thrill
every time he toted the oval. On de-
fense he was superb, intercepting two x
passes in the final quarter to stop:
Gopher advances.}
Muirhead Stars
Stan Muirhead was another senior. . .
who, playing his last game for thef
Maize and Blue, put up a wonderful
battle. Stan was a tower of strength
on the forward wall and the Gophers I
gained only a few yards through his
position. Muirhead was down under4
punts consistently and several times
dropped Martineau before he could get
awyr ater receiving the~ball. The big
taokle dlid much to keep iptlie morale
of what was a practically Inexperi-
'nc-6d lie.
e ockwell played a steady game and
tore off some nice runs on quarter-
back sneaks. He handled the team in Harry G. Kipke
a way which could not be criticized The captain of the Big Ten Cham-
'nd called his plays in clear headed pions this year ended his career yes-
Sashion. Ills run for the touchdown terday in a blaze of glory. Kipke was
was the prettiet of the game. . in wonderful form both on offense and
416'e Passing ood I defense and his punting was the big
Vick's passing was good and he aid- feature of the gm gis h o
ed the Wolverines greatly.in their er game against the Go
drive down the field which ended in -
Rockwell's going over. "Dutch'"
heaves were accurate and placed well tackle for five yards. Lidberg hit the
Mnd he showed good judgment line for three yards. Martineau made
throughout in this phase of the game. it first down on his own 43-yard line.
Steger played his usual heady game Lidberg gained a yard off right tackle,
and 'gave some of the best ilterference Graham hit the center of the line. A
bf the gai e on 'end runs. He also pass, Martineau to Eklund was in-
made some nice gains on off tackl complete. Martineau punted to the
Michigan 17-yard line, where the ball
Tpl ywprk of the line from e . was groflnded. Kipke punted to Gra-
end was worthy of considerable men- ham. whb returned from his own 25-
tion. Curran on right end blocked the yard line to his 47-yard line.
punt which put Michigan in a position Time out for Graham. Graham wa
for Kipke to make his drop kick. Cur-I forced to leave the game and was re-
ran was down under punts every tim placed by Swanbeck. Graham 'was
with Muirhead and Neisch, who play- I aced by taec. Graha's
ed a hard game at the.other end. Ba- carried off the feld. Minnesota'sbl
cock, 'at right tackle, made a good on her own 47-yard line. Lidbeig
runninzg mate for Muirhead and played made four yards through center. Mar-
a fastagamei - Twice he broke through tineau hit the line for two yards. Lid-
and recovered fumbles by Martinela. berg stumbled, failed to gain on a
Center of Line Strong 1 line plunge. Martineau punted out of
The center of the line also put up a bounds on the Michigan 26-yard line.
whale of a game. Slaughter and Haw- Steger lst four yards around let
kins at guards and Brown at center I end.' Kipke made four yards around
made a combination which effectively right, end. Kipke punted to the Min-
stopped line plunges at that spot. The nesota ;31-yard ,fine where Neisch
whole line broke through repeatedly downed the ball. Lidberg went out
and spilled the Gopher carrying the of bounds after gaining two yards.
ball as he hit the line of scrimmage. Martineau went around the Michigan
Allthe men were in on every play and left end for 25 yards putting the ball
it was quite customary for several on the Michigan 30-yard line. Lidberg
men to get the runner at the sanfe went out of bounds, failing to gain.
timie. ' Martineau made two yards around
Martineau, the highly touted starter right end. A pass, Martineau to Mer-
of'the visitors, was able to make but ril was incomplete. Martineau punted
little headway against the Wolverines. to Rockwell who was downed in his
although he got away for a couple of tricks on the Michigan 17-yard line.
fairly good runs around the ends. The Kipke punted out of bounds on the
Wolverines found him a hard man to Minnesota 34-yard line.
tackle but generally succeeded in Martineau failed to 'gain around left
bringing him down. The punting of end. Substitution, Grose for Swanbeck.
the Gopher leader was far below that Curran stopped Martineau around
of Kipke, Martineau averaging only right end for no gain. Martineau punt-
about 30 yards on his kicks. , ed out of bounds on the Michigan 36-
Lidberg, the other halfback of the yrd line. Kipke failed to gain around
Northmen carried the ball quite a bit left end. A pass, Vick to Steger, was
and gained about as much as his team- incomplete. Kipke punted to Grose
mate ,on the attack. The Minnesota who was downed in his tracks on the
line although outweighing the Varsity Minnesot' 24-yard line. . Martineau
by several pounds to the man, could lost a yard around right end.
not cope with the fighting spirit of the Lidberg smashed through the center
men they faced and were forced to of the line for seven yards.. Martin-
give way through the contest. eau gained a yard on a smash inside
Both teams came through the game left tackle. Martineau punted t
without serious injuries. Graham who Rockwell who was downed in his
was forced to leave the game in the' tracks on the Michigan 40-yard line.
opening period returned from the The ball was brought back as both
clubhouse in the second quarter and teams were off side. Martineau punt-
watched the game from the sidelines ed again to Rockwell who stumbled
and Brown, the diminutive Wolverine and was downed on his own 32-yard
pivot man, who was knocked out on line. Steger gained a yard off right
the final play of the game was found tackle.
to have suffered only minor injuries. Steger made two yards through the
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VIISOONSIIJ ftETEN Y
Chicago, Nov. 24-(By AP.)-Jim'
Pyott of the 'University of Chicago'sI
eleven wound up his inter-collegiate
football career in a blaze of glory to-
day by crashing over with the two
touchdowns that gave Chicago a 131
to 6 victory over Wisconsin in the
final game of their Western Confer- I
ence season today. The desperately'
fought contest was witnessed by 34,000,
spectators who jammed eve-y inch of:
seating space in Stagg field.
Capt. Pyott scored the first touch-
down in the second period after a4
thrilling 17 yard dash .rough the:
Wisconsin team and repeated in the
4th with almost the idcntical play.
Throwing the Badgers into confusion
on a fake pass Pyott zigzagged through
a broke field for Chicag ,'s trst score,
dodging Wisconsin tacklers and rac-
ing across the line gtter a sprint
arotnd left end.
In the fourth period it was Pyott's
20 yard pass that 'placed the ball on.
Wiscohsin's .20 yard line. Roarke af-'
ter he failed to add a point on the
first touchdown booted the ball be-
tween Wisconsin's goal posts.J
Tropp, Wisconsin's plunging full-;
back scored a touchdown in the third r
period when lhe took a 20 yard pass
and ran another 20 yards across Chi-
cago's goal line. 7 he game was fair-
ly even until the start of the fourth
period.

I illHI rAN ' MI N soTA I
NeischL......E. .....Eklund
Muirhead ... .L. t......Gross
ISlaughter .:.. L. G........ Gay
BrownR......C.......Cooper
IHawkins..R. G.Abranson
Babcock .. R.. TC.......(ox 1
Curran......R.E..:.... MerrilI
Rockwell ......Q.......Graham I
Kipke ......L. H. .. Martineau 4
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I Steger..... . H......Lidberg
I Vick........F. I......Ascher I
Official referee--Masker, North-I
| western; umpire-Haines, Yale;I
field judge - aim, enyon;
I head liresian--Mumraa, West!
Point.I
catching: a lp8 frora Vick o i the li -
nesota 15-yard Upe, ran the remain-
der of the way over the goal line for
the first score of the gane. With Ste-
ger holding the ball, Rock well place
kicked f(r the exia poh t. Score:
Michigan, 7; Mininesota, 0.
Eklund kicked off to Kipke who'
carried the ball back to 4iciiigan's 7-
yard line. Time out for Muirhead and
Gay. Both men remained in the game.
Steger lost a yard around left end.
Kipke lost a yard around right end.
Kipke punted out of bounds on the
Minnesota 47-yard line. Lidberg went
off tackle for six yards. Lidberg add-
ed another yard off right tackle. A
pass by Martineau was blocked by
Neisch. Martineau kicked to the
Michigan 5-yhrd line where the ball
rolled dead as the half ended. 'Score:
tfichiga, 7; Minnesota, 0.l
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~RN AROR EFETS
In the last game on its 1923 sched-
ule, the Ann Arbor high school eleven
defeated Jackson High by a score of
13-7 yesterday morning.
The Prison City lads started out
with a rush,, pushing over a touch-
down in the first seven minutes of
play. Russo and Jones blocked one
of Neff's punts on the locals' 28-yard
line, and Russo scooped up the ball
and randfor a touchdown. Van Buren
kadded the extra point by a place
kick.
Ann Arbor came back strong after
I the score, and started a passing at-
tack which carried Walsh over the
goal line. Neff missed the goal. The
winning touchdown came in the third
quarter, when Captain Walsh broke
loose, and ran 38 yards over the visit-
ors' goal line. Walsh's run was the
feature of the game. He dodged
through the entire Jackson team.

his own 47-yard line. Peterson hit
the center of the line for four yards. j
Lidberg added a yard inside right
tackle, as the quarter endbd. Score:
111icmgall, 10; iliinesola, 0.
FOURTH, QUARTER x'
Apass, Martineau to Schjol, was in-
complete. Substitution: Mathews for Michigan
Abramson. Martineau punted straight
up, Curran grounding the ball on his
own 33-yard line. Rockwell made two
yards on a. quarterback sneak. ILL C
Rockwell lost two. Kipke punted
out of bounds on the Minnesota 27-
yard line. Lidberg made three yards
inside right tackle. Martineau made Ohio S
four yards around right end. Time their owr
out for' Steger. in the co;
Steger remained in the game. Lid- held this
berg made ten yards through the right was slow
I side of the line for first down on his suit of tl
own 16-yard line. Peterson failed to tion of th
gain at center. A pass, Martinean to in a tief
Schjol, was incom lete. lege.
A double pass, Lidberg to Martineau The or
to Merril, was incomplete. Martineau lows: Oh
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STATE GOPS0 T y
OUNTRY ITLE
Ties with Ames 'for 'Fifth
Place In Race At
Columbus
OURSE Is HANDICAP
'0 WOLVERINE HARRIERS
State harrmers, running over
rn course, took first honors
onference cross country run
morning. The entire race
ved up considerably as a re-
he wet and slippery con i-
he course. Michigan finished
or fifth place with Ames col-
der of finishiig was as fol-
io State, first; Illinois, sec-
consin, third; Iowa, fourth;
i gan and Ames. The show-
eby the Iowans was a suir-
all, as the hawkeyes had
p to very poor advantage In
ous Big Ten meet. Individ-
rs went to Phelps of Iowa,
velled the five miles in tie
e of 26:1G.
an Wa 'greatly haidicapped
act thit of all of the cross
courses, the ' WoIverhies' is
one laid out aln ost entirely
ground. The Ohio state
s up and. down Mos~t of the

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Captain Kipke had the better of I
his punting duel with Martineau
throughout the game. In ,the first I
half Kipke averaged 45 yards while1
the Gopher leader averaged 35.
{ In the second half their respective
averages were 43 and 25.
I Minnesota made :seven first j°
downs to Michigan's ix, three of I
the Wolverines being made by
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of the line. Kipke punted out of
bounds on the Minnesota 38-yard line.
Lidberg hit the line for five yards.
Martinean's fumble was recovered by
Babcock on the Minnesota 37-yard
line.
Time at. Substitution: Schjol for
Ekund. Steger made three off iiht
tackle. 'A*pass, Vick to Rockwell, wi
incomplete. A pass by Vick was in-
tercepted 'byMartineau on his own
22-yard line, where Babcock stopped
him., Li dberg carried the ball out of
bounds after gaining a yard.
Iartineau failed to gain through
the left side of the line. Martineau
fumbled but recovered, losing four!
yards. Martineau punted out of bounds
on the Michigan 31-yard line. Steger
gained a yard off right tackle. Rock-
well gained six yards inside right
tackle.
Nipke punted to Martineau who was
downed in his tracks by M'uirhead and
Neisch on his own 23-yard line. Lid-
berg broke away for a 30-yard runs
around left end, putting the hall on

1Tinesta' hal O he ow 30yar iSubstitutions, Babcock for Kubow;
ilsinnesota's ball om her own 30-yard
line. Lidberg made two yards off left jPete tkon o Bross.
tackle. Martineau made ayard _ on Ptesontor Gross.
'facke. Martineaupunted to ockwell Steger kicked off to Lideg who
4aa. rtnea pnteds to RowlnI returned 10 yards to his own 31-yard
'who returned fve yards to his" own line. Lidberg made two yards off
35-yard Tie. ,Vick made a yardoff right tackle. Ascher made five yards
right tackle. Rockwell went through off left tackle. ~Lidb rg added' a yard
the center of the line for 15 yards, through the line Martineau punted-
utting the ball on the 150-yard line, punt was blocled b Aiuirhead anda
Kipke. went around right end for+ recovered by Babcock who carried
nine yards. Steger made two yards the ball back five yards to the Minne-
for first down on the Minnesota 39- sota 27-yard line. Time out for Bab-
yard line. A pass by Vick was inter- -cock.
cepted by Martineau who returned Rockwell made three yards on a
five yards to his own 35-yard line. quarterback sneak. On a fake forward
Lidberg gained a. yard in a line plunge. pass play, Rockwell failed to gain at
Muirhead spilled Martineau for no center. Wtih Milhigan in place kick
gain. Martineau punted to Rockwell formation, a doible pass, followed by
Who was downed on his own 26-yard a pass by Vick was incomplete.
line. I Ripke, standing on the Minnesota
Rockwell gained a yard through k 5-yard line, drop kicked between the
center. Steger, by some beautiful brok- bars for three points. Score: Michl,
en field running, gained 11 yards. Vick gan, 10; Minesota, 4.
made five yards around right end. I Steger kicked off to Lidberg who re,
Rockwell made two yards on a quar- j turned 10 yards to the Minnesota 29-
terback sneak. Kipke punted to Mar- yard line. Lidberg went off tackle for
tineau who was downed in his tracks six yards. Peterson hit the line for
' on his own 20-yard line by Muirhead. first down on the Minnesota 39-yard
Martineau gained a yard inside Michi- 3 line. Martineau went around left end
I gan's right end. Martineau punted rfor, eleven yards putting the ball in
to Rockwell who was downed on his mid-field. Lidberg gained a yard
own 43-yard line. Kunow for Babcock. through the center of the line.
Steger gained a yard around left eud. Lidberg ,went out of bounds failing
A pass Vick to Kipke made it first to gain. A pass by Martineau was
down on the Minnesota 47-yard line. grounded. Martineau punted to the
Vick went through center for a yard. Michigan 23-yard line where the ball
A pass, Vick to Rockwell, was incom- I-was grounded. Time out.
plete. A pass, Vick to Steger, was j Steger lost three yards when the
good for 16 yards, putting the ball on Minnesota line broke through. Vick
the Minnesota 31--yard line. Rockwell made four yards through the middle
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quarter, when the Wolverines
started their march down to and
across the Gophers goal line.

Minnesota failed to complete a
single pass in nine tries. Michigan I
attempted the same number, com-1
pleting three for a net gain of 46
yards.
All of Michigan's successful pass- I

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KfIKETfSITZ WILL
ATTND___VEAAM
ILarry Kipke, Michigan's captain
who today played his last grid 'game
for the Wolverines, and Irwin Uteritz,
quarterback who has been out of the
last two contests because of a broken
leg sustained in the Marine game,
have been invited by General Smedley
Butler, commander of the Quantico
Marines, to be guests of the Devil
Dogs at their annual contest, with the
Third Army corps next Saturday.
This game which holds an import-
ant place on the Marine schedule each
year is the cause of a great deal of
rivalry between the two branches of
the service. The contest will be
played in Washington, D. C., and ip-
ke and Uteritz are planning to leave
here on Thursday for Quantico, and
from there they will accompany the
team to the scene of battle.

FROSH COURT CALL
FOR FOOTBALL MEN
Practice for the candidates for
the freshman basketball team who
have been out for fodball will
start on Monday, November 26, at
8:30 in Waterman Gym.
Ray L. Fisher,
Coach.

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FIRST QUARTER
Steger Iiicked off to Lidberg who
returned from his goal line to his own

ce ro me une. K .prxe puntect to
Martineau w io returned fiye yards to
his own 30-yard line as the quarter
ended. Score: Michigam, 0; innesoti,
0.

31-yard line.

Lidberg went off right

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Thanksgiving Eve
DANCE
AT
Granger's
Wednesday, November 28th
9 to I $1.25 per couple including,
Tax and Checking.

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Dress Shoes for the
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