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VOL. XXXV. No. 41

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY,

NOVEMBER

8, 1924

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NORTHWESTERN ELEVEN BOWS TO WOLVER ES,

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TEAM SCORES EARLY

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AT END OF FIRST HALF

SCORE BY QUARTERS

"TOD" PUTS UP STELLAR
GAME; FRIEDMAN
ALSO STARS
STEGER NOT IN AT START; ROCKWELL
PLAYS QUARTER; SLAUGHTER
ACTING CAPTAIN
Ferry Field, Nov. 3.-Displaying an attack that at times completely
pewildered the Purple, Michigan today downed Northwestern for its third
consecutive Conference victory of the season.
Although the Wolverines managed to win the game Thistlethwaite's men
kept up a great fight from the starting whistle. "Moon" Baker and Captain
-Weincke kept hammering' at the Michigan line and made Michigan do its best
throughout the game.
Michigan displayed a powerful attack, the most effective feature of which
Was variety. Passes, hard drives at the forward wall, and brilliant attempts
around end were used in winning the game.
More than 33,000 people had crowded into the stands by the time the
Michigan team came on the field, a record crowd for a Michigan-Northwestern
g;ridiron'contest. A cold wind swept the field throughout the game and made
the playing field hard and fast.
Captain Herb Steger was kept out of the Michigan lineup today, Herrn-
t n h his phAce- at left half.
The play by play account is as follows:

Wolverine Has E
Edge On Purple
In Past Games'
When the Purple lined un to battle C

1st
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2nd
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3rd 4th

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FINAL
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the Wolverines on Ferry field this
afternoon, it was the seventh meet-
ing of the two teams.
Michigan had a slight edge over
Northwestern in the number of vic-
tories in past games, winning four
of the six previous meetings of the
teams. The Purple won the first con-
test in 1892, with a score of 10-8, and
handed the Wolverines another de-j
feat in 1917. In 1893 the Michigan
team ran up a total of 72 points for
an overwhelming victory over the
Purple.
Scores of past Northwestern-Michi-j

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SMIMMING SQUAD0
VILL START WORKi
Divers of the Varsity swimming
team will start practice the latter part
of next week, Coach Barnes announced
yesterday. As there is not sufficientj
heighth at the [. M. C. A. pool to
practice difficult dives, a sprinboard
is to be erected in Yost Field House.
A two foot layer of shavings and saw-
dust is to be provided for the men to
inn ind that thr willb hPn dIn

BULLE TIN
Chicago, Nov. 8.-Chicago added
seven more points to her fourteen in
the third quarter of the Illinois game
here. The score was Chicago 21, Illi- OF
nois 14. _s_.HIGH; 67-0
In a slow, uninteresting, and one
*.sided game this morning on Wines
Field, Ann Arbor high defeated the
University of Detroit High school by
the decisive score of 67 to 0. Playing
over half the game with her team
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _composed mostly of subs the locals
had no trouble in gaining at will.
Princeton 10, Harvard 0-(First With the line opening terrific holes
Half) the local backs plunged, shot off
Yale 7, Maryland 0-(First Quar- tackle and around the ends for long
t) .i 1 gains. The game was marred by in-
M. A. C. 42, Lake Forest 6. numerable fumbles on the part of
Army 7, Florida 0-(First Quarter) both teams. The local score might
Penn State 6; Carnegie 0-(First have been kept (down somewhat if
Half) the Detroit quarterback had not in-
Indiana 0, Ohio State 0-(First sisted in attemptin# frward ase

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1892-Michigan
1893-Michigan
1898-Michigan

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Northwestern,
Northwestern
Northwestern

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First Quarter
Michigan won the toss and chose
#o defend the east goal. Baker kicked
off to Rockwell who returned the ball
ten yards to the Michigan 27 yard
line. Friedman made one yard at
,eft guard. Rockwell punted, the ball
rolling dead on the Northwestern 23
yard line. Edmunds gained one yard
at left tackle. Edmunds made two
more at right tackle. Weinecke punt-
ed to Rockwell who returned 5 yards
to the Michigan 40 yard line.
IHerrnstein nade a yard at right
end. Rockwell lost two yards at
right end, Seidel making the tackle.
Time out for Seidel. Rockwell punt- I
ed to Christman, who stumbled and
was downed on the Northwestern 23
yard line. Northwestern was penal-
ized 15 yards on the play, however,
and it was Michigan's ball on North-
western's 47 yard line.
Friedman was held to one yard
gain at left end when he tripped.
Friedman's pass over right end was
grounded. Michigan was penalized
15 yards for intentionally throwing a
pass to the ground.
On the next play, Rockwell punted,
the ball rolling dead on the North-(
western 10 yard line. Baker made
three yards at left tackle. Baker
punted to Rockwell who was nailed'
by Seidel on the Michigan 21 yard
line. Marion made three yards at the
right side of the line. Herrnstein
made a yamd at left tackle. Rock-
well's high. punt was downed by
Flora on the Northwestern 5 yard
line.
Weinecke, standing behind his own
goal line, punted out of bounds on the
Northwestern 24 yard line. Marion
made three yards on a shift play.
Rockwell broke through left tackle
and sprinted 20 yards through a brok-
en field for Michigan's first touchdown
of the game. Grube replaced Miller1
at left end for Michigan. Rockwell1
kicked for the extra point, but the ball
hit the goal post, and bounded back.
Score: iMichigan 6, Northwestern 0.
Smith replaced Ford at right guard for
North Weszern.1 Baker kicked off to
Herrnstein, who was downed on the
Michigan 14 yard line. Marion carried
the ball out of bounds and it was putf
into play in the center of the field.
Christman made a fair catch of Rock-
well's punt on the Northwestern 461
yard line.!
Edmunds made"a yard at left end.
Edmunds' long pass' to Baker was
incomplete. Baker punted,rSmith
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THE LINEUJP

MICHIGAN-
Miller
Edwards
Slaughter
Brown
Steele
Kunow
Flora
Rockwell
Herrnsteln
Friedman
Marion
Officials:

NORTHWEST'N

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
Q
LH
RH
FB
Referee,

Seidel
Sieberman
Parsons
Lowry
Ford
Johnson
Cole
Christman
Baker
Edmunds
Wienecke
Hackett,

1901-Michigan 29 Northwestern 0 tas1,soi tL Le Ii De noLaaII
1917-Michigan 12 Northwestern 21 ger of them injuring themselves.
1 13 Dick Papenguth and Wittingham
1919-Mich___ga ____Nrthwetrn are the only divers back from last
year's squad, but Coach Barnes hones
the Michigan 38 yard line. Friedman to develop naiv men from some of.
made two yards at center. Dr. George May's gymnasts whom he
On a sneak play, Marion made three has invited to come down to Varsity
yards. Rockwell's punt was downed practice and learn some pointers. Pap-
on the Northwestern 22 yard line. enguth had a bad year in 1923-24, but
Time out for Edwards. Edw.ards re- he has been practicing all summer
sumed play. Baker failed to gain, and the Coach is confident that he can
Edmunds stopped for no gain by Ku- return to the style of diving that he
now. Baker's long pass to Seidel was showed in his sophomore year. Wit-
incomplete. Baker kicked to Rock- tingham devoted most of his time to
well, who was stopped on the Michi- swimming last season, but with a
gan 36 yard line. scarcity of diving material, he will,
A. Graham went in for Edmunds probably d-rop his attempts at racing
for Northwestern. Herrnstein made and give all his time to his spring-
six yards off left tackle. Friedman board work.
went through the line for two more Michigan placed second in the Con-
yards. Marion broke through left ference meet last year at Chicago, and
guard for nine yards for first down on surprised followers of acquittic sport
Northwestern's 42 yard line. Rock- by winning first place inmthe relay.:
well made five yards off left tackle.I
Marion broke through for an eight Rockwell punted to Christman, who
yard gain. Marion gained two yards. was downed' on his own 14 yard line.
On a trick play, Herrnstein was On a fake pass, Baker lost two yards.
stopped for a three yard loss. A pass, Wienecke plunged through the line for,
Friedman to Flora, was incomplete, six yards. Baker punted to Gregory,
A pass, Friedman to Rockwell, re- who received the ball on a fair catch.
sulted in Michigan's second touch- Northwestern was penalized 15 yards,
down. The pass covered 30 yards. for interfering. Michigan's ball, first I
Rockwell place-kicked the goal. Score: down, on Northwestern's 34 yard line.
Michigan 13, Northwestern 0. Rockwel made two yards off right

Quarter)

Cheering Section
Numbers 1100 Men
Michigan men students to the num-
ber of 1,100 assembled for the second
time this afternoon in a cheering sec-,
tion on the 50 yard line. The section
was formed at the Wisconsin game
two weeks ago and proved a distinct
success then also. It will be used at
the Iowa game in addition.
The cheering section this afternoon
was nmade up exclusively of upper-
classmen and sophomores who signi-
fled a desire to sit in that stand when
they sent in their football applica-
tions at the beginning of the season.
Fourth Quarter
Rockwell's punt was downed by
Flora on the Northwestern 22 yard1
line, but the play was called back
and Michigan was given the ball on

( Army; Umpire, Knight, Dart-
mouth; Head linesman, Lipski, 1
Chicago; Field Judge, Keichley,}
Illinois.
tackle for seven yards. Marion made,
two yards at left guard. Rockwell1
punted to Christman, who wasI
downed by Edwards on the Northwest-
ern 20 yard line.
Baker made three yards at rightl
tackle. Wienecke made three yardsk
at right guard. Baker's pass to Seidel
was incomplete. Baker punted to
Herrnstein who was nailed by three"
Northwestern players on the Michi-
gan 34 yard lipe. Friedman made;
five yards off right tackle. Christ-
man caught Rockwell's punt on the
Northwestern 23 yard line as the quar-
ter ended. Score: Michigan 6, North.
western 0.
'Second Quarter
Edmunds made five yards at right
end. A pass, Baker to Seidel, put
the ball on the Northwestern 40 yard
line. Another pass was incomplete.
Edmunds failed to gain at left end.
A pass, Baker to Edmunds, gained 10
yards. First down on Michigan's 49.
yard line. Michigan penalized five
yards for off side.
On a shift, Edmunds made three
yards through right tackle. Wienecke
made two yards through the line.
Baker's pass was incomplete. North-
western penalized 15 yards for Bak-
er's throwing the ball on the ground.
Northwestern's ball on her own 45
yard line.
Baker punted to Herrnstein, who was
downed on Michigan's 17 yard line.
Rockwell punted to Christman who
called for a fair catch. First down
Bon the Michigan 47 yard line. A pass,
I Baker to Edmunds, was incomplete.
I Another pas.1Bker to Christman,

while inside his own 10 yard line, Ann
Arbor scoring four touchdowns by
intercepting passes deep in their op-
ponents territory.
Ann Arbor's first score came in the
first two minutes of play when the
Detroit quarterback fumbled a punt
on his own 15 yard line and Bethke,
local end, recovered. Stohl then lug-
ged it 11 yards for a touchdown.
Special Trains,
Cars and Busses
Bring Supporters
More than 1,100 students journeyed
from Evanston to see the Northwest-
ern-Michigan game this afternoon on
Ferry Field. Of this number, 400
made the trip on the special train
from Evanston which arrvied at 1
1 o'clock this afternoon.
The great majority of the Purple
rooters made the trip by auto . and
at an early hour last night a number
of Illinois cars had already made
their appearance in Ann Arbor. Sev-
eral large busses filled with rooters
also made the trip.
One special train from Jackson and
two from Detroit also arrived this
morning. The Northwestern train
will leave at 7 o'clock tonight. The
Detroit trains will leave as soon after
the game as possible.

CALAHAN TAKES
FOURTH IN
I ILLINI POOR THIRD
Special to TheDa ily
Columbus, Nov. 8.-Running a diffi
cult course and against a strong wind,
Michigan's harriers lost by a scant
margin to Ohio State in the triangu-
lar cross country meet this morning
at Columbus. Illinois was consider-
ably behind the Wolverines and the
Buckeyes in taking third place. The
complete score was Ohio, 29; Michi-
gan, 35; Illinois, 56.
Wikoff of Ohio captured first place
in the five mile run with the time of
25 minutes and 53 seconds, heading
the rest of the field with a large lead.
Callahan of Michigan lost a shoe at
the half mile mark and ran out the re-
maining four and a half miles to
place fourth in a field of 100 runners.
Callahan, Hornberger, and Briggs
of Michigan finished close together,
taking fourth, fifth and sixth places
am g them. Baker- of Michigan
placed ninth, while Reinke finished in
eleventh place.
After the meet, the visiting teams
were guests at a dinner given by
Ohio State, and also were guests at
the Ohio State-Iidiana fodtball game.
FRESHMEN TO ORGANIZEr
BI9ND FORCLASS GAMES
Plans are being made by the under-
class department of the Union to or-
ganize a freshman band to play at the
fall and the spring games this year.
A member of the Varsity band has
been secured to direct the rehearsals,
the first of which will be held at 7:15
o'clock next Tuesday in room 308 of
the Union.
The Varsity band has agreed to fur-
nish music for the band. All mem-
bers of the freshman class who can
play any Land instrument are urged
to report at the meeting Tuesday
with their instruments. As the fresh-
man.band has heretofore been unsuc-
cessful it is hoped that early practice
and organization will make the band
better this year.

Rockwell kicked off to Graham, who tackle. A pass, Friedman to Gregory, 'hr own ,34 yard ine, Northwestern
was downed on the Northwestern 13 was incomplete. Another pass by fouling. Rockwell made four yardsI
yard line. Baker's pass was intercep- Friedman was incomplete. Rockwell around right end. Friedman addedj
ted by Friedman who returned five attempted a place kick from his own four more off tackle, Time out for
yards to the Northwestern 22 yard 38 yard line, but the ball was low and Michigan.
line. Hathaway went in for Cole at rolled"over the goal line. Northwest- Marion went through center for
end. A pass, Friedman to Marion, ern's first down on her own 20 yard first down on Michigan's 40 yard line.
gave Michigan her third touchdown, line. Gregory made four yards around right!
It was a 20 yard pass. Rockwell place- Baker's long pass was intercepted 'end, Rockwell three more around left
kicked for the extra point. Score: by Gregory on the Northwestern 44 end. Marion = made three yards
Michigan 20, Northwestern 0. yard line. Marion went through right through rgiht guard.
Baker kicked off to Flora, who re- guard fot' two yards. Friedman Marion made three yards. Marion
turned to his own- 27 yard line. Mar- passed to Rockwell, who received the added two more through right guard.
ion gained a yard. Marion went out ball on the 23 yard line and sprinted ! Cole went in for Leimert for North-
of bounds. Rockwell gained three across the goal line for a touchdown. I western. Rockwell punted over the
yards off left tackle. Rockwell's punt The pass was good for 44 yards. Rock- I goal line. McKean for Lowry for
was downed on the Northwestern 38 well place kicked the goal. Score: I Northwestern.
yard line as the half ended. Score: Michigan 27, Northwestern 0. Baker made seven yards through
Michigan 20, Northwestern 0. Baker kicked off to Gregory, who the line. Baker failed to make first
Third Quarter returned to the Michigan 21 yard line. down by a foot. On a double pass
Hawkins playing left tackle for Rockwell punted to Christman, who lplay, White gained 14 yards. A pass,
Michigan. Leimert for ,Seidel, North- ran out of bounds on his own 42 yard Christman to Baker, gained two yards.
western. Northwestern kicked off line Baker made five yards off right Bker broke through for 13 yards,
over the goal line. Michigan's first tackle. On a fake play Wienecke first down on Michigan's 42 yard line.
down on her own 20 yard line. Rock- failed to gain. A pass from Christman Parker in for Friedman for Michigan.
well punted to Christman, who was 1 was intercepted by Brown on Michi- Baker made four yards off rgiht
downed on the Northwestern 40 yard gan's 44 yard line. tackle.
line.Iaker was stopped for a three Friedman made two yards off left I Froelich made one yard. Froelich
yard loss on a widse and run, hindered tackle. Captain Wienecke was injured got mixed up on the next play and
by his own interference. On a fake on the play and Froelich replaced was held for no gain. A long drop
pass, Baker made eight yards through him. Marion gained four yards kick by Baker, who was standing on
St his 30 yard line, was short and wide.
Baker's pass was intercepted by Marion added two more. Rockwell Rockwell punted to Christman, who
Slaughter. Michcigan's ball on North- punted out of bounds on the North- fumbled on the Northwestern 48 yard
western's 49 yard line. Gregory went western 13 yard line. Dewey went in! line, Michigan recovering. Parker
in for Herrnstein and made seven for Slaughter at left guard. Baker I broke through' left guard for eight
yards around right end. Mlarion made made three yards at right tackle. On yards. Parker added two more at the
a yard through the line. Marion a fake pass, Froelich made three more. same place.

SIDELIGHTS I
The Friedman to Rockwell pass
combination was responsible for two
touchdowns. The second and fourth
scores were made by this route, the,
fourth coming after a 40 yard heave.
Rockwell's punts averaged well over
40 yards throughout the first half.
In the first half, Northwestern tried
eleven passes, two of which were com-
pleted for a total gain of 25 yards.j
Eight were incomplete, and one was
intercepted.
Michigan attempted four passes, two
of which resulted in touchdowns. The
total gain of the two was about 50
yards.
Northwestern threw caution to the
winds. in the first half and attempted I
numerous passes in her own territory.
Northwestern's 60 piece band pa- 1
raded up and down the field between
halves, and formed in front of the
Nortlwestern stands and played the
Purple's song.

EXTRA STAFF
Editor
Thomas P. Henry, Jr.
A ssi stantIs
Robert S. Mansfield
George W. Davis
Norman R. Thal
Lenora Hall
Charles Stevens
Robert DeVore
Kenneth Wickware
Bennett Wood
Louise Barley
Jessica Megaw
Business Manager
B. W. Parker
AFsistanls
J. J. Fimn
HI. A. Marks

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