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onsible for giving the Wolverines:
rge share of their 11 first downs.
started out for a victory at the;
start of the contest. Rockwell
ed off to Hunt who returned 10 I
s to the Ohio 18 yard line and
r Karew had failed on a buck tore
nd left end for a 15 yard gain.
he next play Cameron slipped the
to Hunt who shot a long forward
to Cunningham who in turn raced
ards for the lone Ohio score,
is atteniped goal was wide and
led 6-0. The rest of the period
CONMERENCE STANDING
Won Tied Lost Pct. I
hicago ... 3 2 0 1.000 j
ichigan ... 4 10 1 .800
wa ...... 2 1 1 .667
linois .... 2 1 1 .667 )
nnesota .. 1 1 2 .'33
irdue ..... 1 0 2 .333 1
diana .... 1 0 2 .33
io State.. 1 2 2 .333j
orthw'ern . 1 0 3 .250
isconsin . 0 1 2 .000
ved itself into, a line bucking
the Wolverines waiting for a
k to start their attack. The break
N thea first part of the second
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MICHIGAN-
Grube
Edwards
Slaughter
Brown
Steele
Hawkins
Flora
Friedman
Steger,
Marion
Rockwell

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-OHIO
Cunningh'm
Schulist
Kutler
Young
Dreyer
Jenkins
Wilson
Hunt
Clark
Karow
Cameron

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Officials:
Westpoint.

Hacket,

Umpire: Schoinmer,

Chicago. Field Judge: Ray, Il-
linois. Head linesman: Ecker-
sall, Chicago.
Substitutions for Ohio-Kreg-
low for Dreyer, Klee for Hunt,
Wendler :for Clark, Garrill for
Wilson, Watts for Young, Hunt
for Edwards, Hess for Kutler.
Substitutions for Michigan -
Herrnstein for Steger, Kunow for
Edwards, Herrnstein for Fried-
man, Stamman for Marion, Dew-
ey for Slaughter, Domhoff for
Rockwell. Touchdowns -Cun-
ningham, Marion, 'Rockwell.
Points after touchdown-Rock-
well. Field goals-Rockwell.

In the third play of the game, Cun- UIII9UJ 911 II U
Iningliam received a double pass on'
Michigan's 40 yard line which re-
sale nth irs ocdwno h HARPHAM TRO
game. After catching the ball, he
had a clear field to the goal. It was a MNason and Baker Follow Leader by
sensational play which sent the Ohio 10 Yards for Second and
stands into a veritable pandemonium. Third Plaes
Clark passed the ball 40 yards in the
1 first quarter but Ro(kwell knocked MAKES EXCELLENT TIME
down the ball on the Michigan goal ALE I
Ohio attempted five passes in the Clayton Briggs, '.7, leading his
first period, two of which were com- teammates by 150 yards, easily won
pleted. Michigan did not attempt any the annual Harpham Trophy run this
passes in the first quarter. In the morning over the Varsity five mile
second period Michigan tried ten course in the excellent time of 27
passes in her great attempt to even minutes and 9 seconds. Briggs is the
the score in the second quarter, none first sophomore to ever win the Ear-
of them being successful. Ohio. tried phan Trophy race and as he has tw
three unsuccessful passes in the sec- more years to run he is likely tc
ond uarter two of which were in- break another record by winning the
tercepted by Friedman and Rockwell. run tice, a feat that no other winner
has beza able to accomplish. Expect-
I Chick Harley, star of Ohio's great ed to "!c well this year in lis first
f victory over Michigan in 1919, was Conference competition Briggs has ex-
present to see the annual struggle be- ceeded the hopes of Coach Farrell.
tenthe Buckeyes and Wolverines. ;cee h oe fCah.Frel
tween Winning two of the four races heldi
Tubby Essington, famous Drum this year and placing a good second
Major of Ohio's band two 'years ago,'
Swas also on hand for the game. He third in the ther two, he has
was also nl niform. he game. proven himself the find of the year.
w nilnrMason running the best race of his
t ;life finished second, eight seconds
well dropped back on a kick forma- ahead of Baker in third place. Mason's
( tion that Ohio thought was a fake showing today adds considerable,
1and booted a goal that was good by strcngthl to the team and Michigan's
a yard. chances in the Conference, run here
Hunt threw a big scare into the a week from today.
{ Michigan crowd when a few plays lat- Baker, another sophomore, running
er he raced 55 yards around right end in the good form he has displayed all
for a first down on the Michigan 20 season captured third place. Horn-
yard line but Slaughter intercepted berger, Captain Shenefield, and Calla-
[his pass on the second play and car- han finished fourth, fifth, and sixth
-ned the ball to the Ohio 45 yard line- respectively. Hornberger was forced
o It was .then that a long pass, Steger to drop back from the leaders at the
d to Flora, gave Michigan the ball on three and a half mile mark because
d the Ohio 15 yard line. Marion and of severe pains in his stomach. Cap-
l Friedman carried the ball to the four tain Shenefield showed improvement
n yard line and Rockwell made the fi- over last Saturday. Callahan took it
nal touchdown around right end. easy today as he has not been able
E Yto practice this last week due to his
e THE GAME PLAY BY PLAY bruised foot, but he should be in fine
1 First Quarter condition by next Saturday. Miles
- Rockwell kicked off to Hunt who Reinke was unable. to run in the race
returned to the Ohio 18 yard line. today but Coach Farrell expects him
Carroll was nailed for no gain. Hunt to be in shape by Monday.
tore around left end for 15 yards, put- The winners name will Le placed
ting the ball on Ohio 38 yard line. A on the Harpham Trophy in WatermanM
double pass lit in the arms of Cun- Gymnasium while the first three men
ninghau CIn the 3iiehigan 40 yard line to finish receive cups and the first six
s from which he had Ia clear field be- receive cross country jersies.-
fore hin and made the first touch-
. down. Hunt failed to make the extra Don't delay-Pay your Subscription1
- (Conztinued on Page Seven) to'day.

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Rockwell Stars ohnson and Vaupre from last year's
relay team are the men arould whoam
In Ohio Contest d IVI IIHq f Coach Barnes will build his 1924-25
quartet.
Papenguth is the only fancy diver
back,Abut the Coach hopes to develop
na;ts. With Gow out with an injured
3igh Wef Ret6rn to For in iwleus leg, Seidman is left to carry the bur-
For This Season's Varsity den in the underwater department.
With Whittingham and Mielziner
back in the breaststroke, Coach Barnes
GOW OUT WITH INJURIES is not worrying over new men in this
--~ event hut 'only the further develop-
With eight veterags back from the ment of his last year's stars. Men
team that last year pla ced second in Iroficlent in the backstroke, plunge,
the Conference meet at Chicago, and or dives are especially urged to try
with ilenty of new material trying out for the team. Tuesday and Thurs-
out for the squad, advance indica- ,day of next week will probably-he the
tions point to a good year for Michi- last chance given for new men to-try-
gan in the aquatic sport. out for the sruad. Of the 20 men
Captain Kerr will be back in the trying out so far, 12 have been re-
e; v .backstroke and ought to be one of tained n the Varsity roster.
the best in the Conference this year. (Continued on Page Eight)

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yon a.Ioughi t i anieIto result in
i Michigan scoring. Ohio was
ced back to its own 24 yard line
I on a pass formation Cunningham'
ed a pass which Friedman inter-
>ted on the Buckeye 33 yard line.
edman then opened up with a
ing of four forward passes in a
u any one of which might easily'
re resulted in scoring. Steger,
ckwell, Marion, ,and Edwards, all
I a chance on the receiving end but
ne of them made connections withj
ball.
mnother chance to open up with its
ward passes came to Michigan a,
minutes later. Jenkins was forced!
hurry a punt and it was out of
inds on the Ohio 32 yard line. A
e buck failed, Steger missed anoth-
pass from Friedman. Friedman
3 caught before he could get pffI
next pass and a fourth heave fail-
to make connection with Rockwell
the Ohio 5 yard line. Rockwell in-
cepted a pass a few minutes later
the Buckeye 46 yard stripe but
in three passes were incomplete
. the ball went to Ohio o1i downs.
everal more Michigan passes were
uccessful in the opening half of
third quarter and it was not un-
Friedman had landed two passes
a row in Grube's arms that the
higan pass attack started to work.
first two passes failed to result
coring but it gave the Wolverines
fidence and another heave late sin,
CGLO-C
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the period put the ball on the Ohi
17 yard line. Rockwell plowed
through for first down on the 15 yar
line on the next play and Rockwei
carried the ~oval to the 9. yard line or
the statue of liberty play.
With the opening of the final per
iod MAr ion took the ball across the
line in two plunges and Rockwel
kicked goal. Soon after Brown re
covered a fumble on he Ohio 38 yard
stripe and a pass by Friedman to
Rockwell. would have been completed
but for a hard tackle that knocked
out the quarterback and made him
drop the ball, Ohio recovering. Again
Michigan got a break a .,few plays
later when Rockwell caught Cunning-
ham's pass on the Ohio 31 yard line.
After two line plays had failed Rock-

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