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VOL. XXXV. No. 29
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,
A'TU RIAY, OCTOIIER 25, 1924
PRICE, FIVE CENTS
HARD GAME IS
FRIEDMAN MAKES SCORE
By W. H. Stoflenian
MICHIGAN WISCONSIN j
Miller ........ LE ......Pulaski 1
Edwards ......LT...... Nelson
Slaughter ....LG.... Biberstein I
Brown........C.. Teckemeyer j
Hawkins ....RG...... Miller
Flora ........ RI ....... Longj
Steger (Capt) ..Q......Larsonj
Rockwell .... LH. (Capt) Barris
Marion ........FB... L. Harmon
Officials: Referee: Hackett,j
Army; Umpire: Haines, Yale;
Field judge: Gardiner, Illinois; 1
Head linesman: Kearns, De
Ferry Field, Oct. 25.-Michigan
staged a comeback in the Big Ten
race this afternoon when with a re-
vamped team she overcame the power-
ful Wisconsin eleven on Ferry field.
It was a spirited team that took
the hield for the Maize and Blue this
afternoon, a team that was determ-
ined to stage a comeback after its first
defeat of the season, and all 'that the
Badgers could do was not enough to
stop the attack of the Wolverine ma-
Michigan's squad came Vnto the
field at 2:15 and went through a light
workout. Shortly afterward the band
led by the cheerleaders' squad
marched onto the field and played the
"Victors". The stands were crammed
to capacity by 2:30 o'clock.
The Wisconsin team came onto the
field at 2:50 o'clock.
Wisconsin won the toss and chose
to defend the west goal.
Fifty thousand people packed ' thel
Capt. Steger kicked off on a bounce
and the ball was returned for another
kickoff. Steger kicked off to L. Har-
mon, who was downed on the Wiscon-
sin 18 yard line. Larson broke
through left tackle for a first down
on the Wisconsin 40 yard line. Harris
made 3 yards through the right side
of the line. D. Harmon added 4 off
right tackle. Harmon punted out of
bounds on the Michigan 42 yard line.
Marion made two through the
line. 'Rockwell made one yard around
right end. Flora fell on Rockwell's
punt on the Wisconsin 45 yard line.
D. Harmon fumbled the ball when
tackled by Slaughter on the Wiscon-
sin 27 yard line but recovered. Harris
made three through right guard. L.
Harmon kicked out of bounds on the
Michigan 33 yard line.
Marion made two through right
guard. Rockwell added two through
the left side of the line. Rockwell
kicked out of "bounds on the Wiscon-
sin 41 yard stripe. Harris dove over
the linei for three yards. D. Harmon
broke through the middle of the line
for first down on the Michigan 48
Harris was stopped at right guard.
Brown knocked down Harmon's pass.
L. Harmon punted over the Michigan
goal line. Michigan's ball on her own
20 yard line. Steger was blocked by
his own interference and failed to
gain at the line.
Marion made three on a fake kick
formation. Rockwell kicked to Lar-
son, who was nailed by Miller on the
Wisconsin 43 yard line.
Friedman nailed D. Harmon for a
two yard loss at left end. 'Larson
made two at right tackle. L. Har-
mon's punt rolled dead on the Michi-
gan 15 yard line. Steger tripped and
lost a yard at right end. Rockwell
kicked out of bounds on the Michi-
gan 45 yard line.
Harris made three ,yards on a fake
play through center. D. Harmon
added two through right guard. Wis-
ended. Score: Wisconsin 0, Michi-
Rockwell punted to Wisconsin 35
yard line, Edwards tackling Larson.
D. Harmon made 4 yards trough right
guard. Harris made three yards
through left guard. Steele was sub-
stituted for Hawkins at the start of
the second quarter.
D. Harmon was smothered by the
entire left side of the Michigan line.
L. Harmon punted to Steger, who ran
the ball back five yards to Michigan's
30 yard line. Friedman made six
yards through right tackle. Marion
added one yard through right guard.
Steger went through Michigan's right
guard to Michigan's 39 yard line.
Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 15
yard line. L. Harmon punted Wis-;
consin's 48 yard line. Steger was
thrown for a three yard loss. Fried-
man made three yards around Michi-
gan's right end. Friedman passed
to Steger, who ran to Wisconsin's two
yard line. Wisconsin took time out
after the pass was completed. Mar-
ion added a foot through the center
of the line. Rockwell failed to gain
through center. Marion failed to gain
through te line. Fourth down, one
foot to go. Steger was stopped in an
attempt to dive over the goal line.j
Both sides were offside on this play.
Michigan failed to score on the
fourth play, land were stopped on
the Wisconsin six inch line, Steger
carrying the ball. L. Harmon punted
to his own 35 yard line, Steger signal-,
ling a fair catch.
Friedman passed to Steger who
crossed the goal line, after a fake line
play. Rockwell aidded the extra point
after touchdown. Score: Michigan 7,
Time out for Steger. Harris kickedj
off to Rockwell who returned the ball1
from his own five yard line to the 461
yard line. Michigan was penalized
15 yards for holding on the play, andf
it was the Wolverine ball on their
own 12 yard line. Rockwell punted
to Larson, who caught the ball on
the Michigan 47 yard line, and after
running into Harris, was dropped in
his tracks. A long pass, D. Harmon
to Polaski, was grounded.
Another long pass, Harris to Long,I
was also incomplete.
A pass from D. Harmon to L. Har-
mon put the ball on the Michigan 441
yard .line. Dutch Marion made a
shoestring tackle on L. Harmon on
this play with a clear field ahead of
him. Leo Harmon kicked out of
bounds on the Michigan 20 yard line.
Picking his holes carefully, Fried-!
man gave Michigan a first down ont
Schwarze, a 260 pound sophomore,
replaced Straubel at right tackle.
Friedman kicked off across the
Badger goal line, the ball going into
play on the Wisconsin 20 yard line.
Harris plunged through right guard
for two yards. Steger caught Har-
mon's punt on the Michigan 35 yard
line, and returned it five yards, giving
it to Michigan on her own 40 yard
Marion plunged through left guard
for two yards.
Breaking through right tackle, and
shaking off tackler after tackler,
Rockwell gave Michigan a first down
on the Wisconsin 35 yard line. On the
next play Friedman purposely threw
a pass to the ground, and Michigan
was penalized 15 yards. It was Michi-
gan's ball on the 50 yard line, second
Friedman made three off left tackle.
Friedman passed over right' end to
Rockwell, who ran out of bounds on
the Wisconsin 38 yard line.
Larson made a fair catch of Rock-
well's punt on the Wisconsin 17 yard
line. Harris dove over right tackle
for three yards. Wisconsin's ball on
her own 20 yard line, second down.
L. Harmon's low punt went 57 yards
before it rolled dead on the Michi-
gan 15 yard line.
Gregory replaced Captain Steger in
the Michigan line-up, Rockwell tak-
ing quarter, while Gregory went to
Rockwell's punt went off to one
side of the field, Larson fumbling but
recovering on the 36 yard line.
Larson made one at right tackle.
Harris's pass bounced off the fingers
of a Badger into the arms of Fried-
man who returned the ball to the
Michigan 47 yard line. Gregory ws
stopped at right tackle. Long stopped
Friedman at the line. Larson made
a fair catch of Rockwell's punt, the
ball going to Wisconsin on their own
37 yard line. Doyle Harmon failed
Slaughter stopped Harris for no
gain. Wisconsin's ball on her own
38 yard line, third down. Harmon
kicked to Rockwell, who received the
ball on his own 25 yard line, and re-
turned it to the 50 yard line. Gregory
slipped and failed to gain at right
Rockwell kicked to Larson who.
was downed on his own 27 yard line.
Doyle Harmon was stopped for a
seven yard loss. Wisconsin was pen-
alized 15 yards on this play, placing
the ball on the 9 yard line.
Harmon kicked from ibeind his'
goal to Rockwell, who, picking up
the ball on his own 30 yard line,
dashed through a broken field down
the south side line 44 yards to Wis-
consin's 26 yard line.
Friedman's long pass to Miller was
grounded. Friedman, taking the ball
on the next play, dashed off tackle, re-
versed his field and shaking off a
number of tacklers, went over for
(3lchiigan's second touchdown of tihe
Rockwell kicked goal. Score:
Michigan 14, Wisconsin 0.
McAndrews, one of the fastest
SCORE BY QUARTERS
I Fourth Qurr
Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 40
yard line. Doyle Iairmon brought the
ball back to Michiigan's 48 yard line,
D. Ila rmon failed to gain through the
left side of the line. D. Harmon threw
a short pass to Polaski for a gain
of six yards.
MeAn drews' p: ss was grounded.
Leo Harmon puntf"d over Michigan's
goal line, the balil being brought out
to I'dichigan's 20 yard line. Gregory
made four yards through center. Mar-
ion imada a yard through center,
Herrnstein substituting for Gregory.
Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's 25
yard line. MIcAndrews was thrown
for a ten yard loss, covered by three
Michigan men. L. Harmon punted .to
.Michigan's "5 yard line, Rockwell re-
turning the ball to his own 4 yard
line. Michigan was penalized 15 yards
on the play, placing the ball on her
own 25 yard line. Time out for both
Grube was substituted for Flora at
right end. .1errnstein faited to gain
through the left .,idle of the line. Mar-
ion made a yard through the right
side. Rockwell punted to Wisconsin's
35 yard line. Straubel going i for
47 yard line.
threw a pass to Iolaki,
the ball to rjicig>'s
Time out for W,s-ccni-
Leo l3arnion's 25 yard p;s was
groilnde. Nl ('Aidrew went through
right tackle for hltree yards. Iirris's
ten yard pass over the center of the
line was incomplete. L. Ilarmon
kicked out of bounds on the Micbi-
gan 24 yard line.
])cit'li l arioni Ilunged lbrough ('en-
ter for fipe yards and the third
$z't chdo d)_n 'f ' he gae~lf. R)t' tiE'll
kicked g ia. MichigniI I, Wiscon'sin 0.
Final Score: iMwhigni 21, Wisconsin 0.
Ha 'ie you pafud your Daily Subserip.
MILE RUN IN
By L. B. Butler
Failing by the score of 23 to 32,
Michigan's cross country team went
down to defeat before the fast trav-
elling Badger harriers this morning
in the first race of the season on the
CAST FOR ANNUAL
l1IECTOR I IIGI LY PLEASED
S FAGED IN CHINA
Bill and Liv ingstone, Stars in Last
Year's Prodction, Ag'ain
In Leading Roles
Members of the cast for the 1925
Michigan Union Opera, "Tickled to
Death," have been announced by E.
Viortimer Shuter, director of the an-
nual Mimes production. Including
several men familiar to the campus
from their participation in "Cotton
Stockings," and a large number of re-
cent "finds," the cast, Mr. Shuter has
remarked, is among the finest he has
assembled for any Union Opera.
Differing greatly from the produc-
tion of last year, "Tickled to Death,"
will have a large number of cast
parts. The roles nnounccd are as
Fugi San, High Priest, Barre Hill,
'26; Egg Fu Yung, Watelman and As-
trologer in the Temple, Edward
Prownbridge, '26; Tn Yung, a Trav-
eler, Willard Spanagel, '25E; Nyan-
Toy, Richard Elliott, '27; Jack
Houghton, Russel Gorhing, '27.
Professor Tombs, Gordon M. Ibbott-
son, '27; Marceline Potter, Charles
Livingstone, '25; "Peaches" Joyce,
Dan Warner, '26; Galahad Jump,
Charles Iligley, '26; George Bancroft,
Philip Miller, '25E; "Justice" Jack
Houghton's valet, Milton Blink, '26.
The American archaeological party
crossing China includes Stanley Lewy,
'26; Milton Peterson, '25; Frederick
Proctor, '25; Charles Preese, '27;
T.eston Whitehead, '26; Davdison Har-
bough, '27; Alvin Tolle, '27; Oscar'
Jeckle, '25; John Shaw, '25; H. Ross
Flowers, '27; W. H. Arnold, '26E;
Paul Bruske, '26.
Robert Henderson, '26, and H. Ly-
man Bright, '25 take the roles of two
Russian nobles who join the Ameri-
can party at Moscow.
While the production is staged in
China, the majority of the characters
take American roles. Intermingling
the oriental atmosphere with charac-
ters from the new world, the play
will not be essentially Chinese, but
will resemble such offerings as Fred
Stone's "Chin Chin" in general char-
acter. In addition to the cast of
twenty-five there will a chorus num-
bering about thirty.
The first quarter resolved itself in-
to a punting duel, neither team seem-
ing to be able to make substantial
gains in running the ball. Wiscon-
sin made two first downs as com-
pared with none for Michigan in the
Friedman's pass to Steger which
scored the touchdown for Michigan
in the second quarter went 33 yards.
In the second quarter, Michigan at-
tempted three passes, two of which
were completed for a total of 56 yards.
Wisconsin attempted eight passes dur-
ing the first half, completing but one
for a total of six yards. Two were
intercepted by Michigan.
Michigan made three first downs
while Wisconsin made but two in the
A1NN ARBR OW
TO JACKSON TEAM
Ann Arbor h igh school's chances
for a State championship this year
suffered a severe blow this morning
when'they fell before Jacson's power-
ful overhead attack to the tune of
15 to 7.
Jackson scored in the first 2 min-
utes of play when feigner kicked a
field goal between the uprights be-
fore the locals new the game had
hardly begun. 'he prison city's next
score came at the beginning of the
second half when a long pass carried
the ball behind tie Ann Arbor line
for the first time this year that a
touchdown has been registered against
the Purple and White. Another pass
in the fourth quarter completed Jack-
The lone Ann Arbor tally came in
the third quarter, when Captain
Walsh threw a pass to Mucile, star
right end for the locals, who then car-
ried it across the goal line.
them as one
ers for the
victory today stamps.
of the strongest contend-
Kubly, star of the Wisconsin team,
led his mates across the finish of the
4.1 mile grind in the good time of
21 minutes and 55 seconds, closely
followed by Perry ,another Badger
Briggs, '27, running in his first race
for Michigan, finished third in 22
minutes only 1 second behind the
Wisconsin harrier. He has shown
wonderful improvement and his run-
ning was a bright spot for Michigan
supporters. Capt. Piper of Wisconsin
finished in fourth place, a few yard's
in advance of Reinke and Callahan
who placed 5 and 6 respectively for
Michigan. Reinke's running the
course in 22 minutes today was his
best this year and gives hope that
another week or two will see him out
of the slump he has been in ever
since training started. Callahan'a
coming' in 6th place was no little sur-
prise for he has been showing the
best form on the squad in practice
and was doped to dispute Ihrst place
with Kulby, the Badger star.
Baker and Captain Shenefield in
Sth and 10th places respectively were
the last. two men to count for Michi-
gan. It was hoped that the heat of
a race would bring "Johnny" back
into his old stride but he is going
to need some more races before he
takes his place in the front. Shene-
field worked hard laboring all sum-
mer to get into condition anl gained
a lot of weight th-tt he has not been
accustomed to carry around. Baker,
another Isophmore showed up well
and gives lromise of further develop-
Hiornberger; freshman star of last
year, set the pace for the first three
miles, then he was forced to drop
back after spending himself in draw-
ing out the Wisconsin runners.
Michigan's inexperienced team
showed up well considering the green-
ness of the men- and the fact that they
were up against one of the strongest
teams in the Conference.
Professor H. C. Carver was referee
with C. C. Furnas of Purdue; Dr. May,
Yale; E. Isbell, Michigan, as judges.
Here For Game
Witnessing the football game today
will be Michigan's first football man-
ager of Yost's "point a in mute team"
in 1901. Mr. Crafts is now a lawyer
in Oak Park, Ill.
China monopolized the art of paper-
making for 800 years, until the secret
was learned from her by the Arabs.
Plays At Half
sprinters in the middle west, went '
into the game replacing Larson at
quarter for Wisconsin. Blackman
went in for Long at right end.
I L. Harmon kicked off to Rockwell,
who returned the ball 17 yards to the
Michigan 25 yard line. Marion dove
through left tackle for four yards.
Kasiska replaced Nelson at left
tackle for Wisconsin. Friedman madeI
t nd ntri yht ad
Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 24.-The
Governing Board of the Harvard Un-
ion announced tonight the resignation
of its President for the last four years.
Rome, Oct. 24.-General Ieibone,
!Director General of Police and Comn-
manding General of the Fascist militia,
today 'presented his resignation to
j. EXTRA STAFF
Robert S. Mansfield
j George W. Davis
Samuel Moore, Jr.
?Robert Perry }
y x Business Manager
H. A. Marks
. '' J. J. Finn
I H. Newman
Herbert Steger W. Mullin
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consin's ball on the Michigan 37 yard their 43 yard line. Marion went l1eyarUL 1igL guard.
line. Marion intercepted D. Harmon's through the line for six yards. L.I Rockwell punted to Doyle Harmon
pass on the Michigan 37 yard line. Harmon intercepted Friedman's pass I who was nailed by Flora on the Wis-
Steger made one yard. A poor pass and ran it back to Michigan's 43 yard consin 35 yard line. McAndrews made
from center was recovered by Michi- line, where he was forced out of two yards at right guard. Kunow re-
gan. Larson fumbled Rockwell's punt bounds by Slaughter. placed Edwards at loft tackle for
but Harris recovered the ball and D. Harmon made a yard off left Michigan.l
returned it to the Wisconsin 41 yard tackle. L. Harmon's pass was incomplete.
line. A 30 yard pass by Larson fell to L. Harmon failed to gain when he was
Time out. D. Harmon went through the ground. Wisconsin's ball on the I forced to run in an attempted pass-
the left side of the Juine for two Michigan 45 yard line. L. Harmon's play. L. Harmon kicked 40 yards out of
yards. Harris jumped through right long pass over the left side of the bounds, the ball going to Michigan
guard for three more. Wisconsin's line was knocked down by Flora. on her own 19 yard line.