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VOL. XXXV. No. 52 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1924

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BLOCKED PUNT RESULTS
IN SAFETY FOR
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SCANTLEBURY STARS FD 9IOWNS
By W. H. Stonemanb
Sports Editor
Ferry Field, Nov. 22.-Iowa sent eleven men onto Ferry Field this after-
noon to conquer the great Michigan team and when the smoke had cleared
away they had done their duty. Faced with a great Wolverine attack that
had spelled disaster to their last four predecessors, the Hawkeyes put up
their greatest game of the season. Aided by the charging of their mighty line
ti Hawkeye backs played an inspired game and spoiled all hopes that Michi-
gan had of taking a third successive title.
Both teams played powerful games and Michigan with defeat at hand
unloosed everything in the way of attack that Yost and Little had given
them. It was a thrilling game from start to finish and Michigan fought as it
never fought before to win a last minute vietry.
The day of the game was played -
under perfect weather conditions. The Jtackle. Rockwell punted to Parkin,
temperature was brisk, and there was who was stopped by Grube on the
practically no wind on the playing Michigan 43 yard line. Parkin car-
fieid. ried the ball out of bounds on the
Michigan's band came onto the field next play, and lost a yard. Hawkins
at 2:20 o'clock and played "The Vic- and Flora stopped Parkin for a five
tors", while the crowd stood up. The yard loss on the next play. A pass,
teams came onto the field for the; Parkinr'to Schirmer, was incomplete.
game at 2:30 o'clock. Iowa's ball on the Michigan 49 yard

First Quarter
Iowa won the toss and elected to
defend the west goal.
Rockwell kicked off across the
Iowa goal line, Iowa taking the ball
on her own 20 yard line. Scantlebury t
crashed through left guard for five
yards. Parkin lost a yard at left
tackle. Scantlebury made a yard at
letf guard. - Graham punted across
the Michigan goal line, but Brown
of Michigan was offside and the ball f
was given to Iowa on their own 30
yard line.
Scantlebury made two yards through
the left side of the line. Parkin made
two yards at right guard. On the next
y, Edwards blocked Graham's punt,
ball rolling back across the Iowa
g line where a Hawkeye plaiyer fell
o, It, for a Michigan safety. Score:
,Vcigan 2, Iowa 0.
Iowa was given the ball on her own
20 yard line. Both teams were off-
side on the next play. Grube stopped
Parkin for no gain at right end. Haw-
kins spilled Parkin for no gain at
left tackle. Brown stopped Graham
after he had made 7 yards at left end,
Graham punted to Steger, who was
downed on the Michigan 20 yard line.
Marion fumbled, but recovered, los-
ing four yards. Rockwell's poor punt
was caught by Schirmer who was
downed on the Michigan 29 yard line.'
Scantlebury made five yards at left
guard. Scantlebury made it first!
down on the Michigan 17 yard line.
Parkin made two yards at right guard.
Scantlebury added four trrough the
center of the line.
Scantlebury added two at right
guard, and on the next' play broke
through the line for a first down on
the Michigan five yard line. He broke
through right guard for two more,
followed by another at left tackle, put-
ting the ball on the one yard line.
Time out for Scantlebury.
Scantlebury dove over left guard
for a touchdown. Score: Iowa 6,
Michigan 2. Hancock's try for extra
point struck against the goal post and
bounded back.
Rockwell kicked off across the Iowa
goal line, giving the Hawkeyes the
ball on their own 20 yard line. Par-
kin made three yards at left tackle.
Scantlebury added one at the same
place. Graham's, punt was downed by
an Iowa player on the Michigan 32
yard line.
'Steger made two yards around right
end. IMarion plunged through the

lite.
Graham's punt rolled across the
Michigan goal line, and it was Michi-
gan's ball on their own 20 yard line.
Marion made two yards through left
guard. Friedman was stopped for a
two yard loss at right tackle as the
quarter ended. Score: Iowa 6, ilichl.
gan 2.
Second Quarter
Rockwell's punt rolled dead on the
Michigan 46 yard line. Scantlebury
fumbled, and the ball was recovered
by Steele on the 46 yard line, but
Michigan was penalized five yards for
offside. Parkin broke through left
tackle for 29 yards, stopped by Rock-
well on the Michigan 23 yard line.
Scantlebury made three yards at the
line.
Scantlebury added four more
through left guard, and two more on
the next play. Scantlebury went
through for first down on Michigan's
12 yard line. Parkin made six yards
around right end, being thrown out
of bounds. by Steger, placing the ball
on the Michigan six yard line. Time
out for Parkin. Parkin resumed play.
Scantlebury made a yard through
center. Steele stopped Scantlebury
for no gain. A pass, Parkin to
Schirmer, was broken up across the
goal line. Michigan's ball on the 20
yard line. Romey nailed Steger for
a one yard loss. Rockwell went
through right tackle for nine yards.
Marion went through' the line for firstI
down on Michigan's 34 yard line.
Steger made" three yards off right
tackle.
Marion went through the line for
four yards. Marion plunged through
for first down on the Michigan 46
yard line. Time out of Iowa. Marionl
was held for no gain. Rockwell made
29 yards around left end, putting the!
ball on the Iowa 25 yard line.. Steger
made two yards off right tackle.
Rockwell made five yards off right
tackle. On a fake pass, Friedman
lost one yard. On a fake place kick,
Friedman passed, but the ball went
over the goal line incomplete. Iowa's
ball on her own 20 yard line. Slaugh'
ter stopped Scantlebury for no gain.
Flora nailed Parkin for a two yard
loss. Graham's punt was downed by
Romey on the Michigan .49 .yard line.
Rockwell made five yards at right
tackle. A pass, Friedman to Rock-
well, was incomplete. Time out .for
Iowa. A pass, Friedman to Grube,
gained 20 yards, putting the ball on

WA Y Wisconsi
~HIGAN Conf
HDOWN
THE LINEUPO
MICHIGAN IOWACG
Grube LE Otte [ViIC HIIGA
Edwards LT Galloway
Slaughter LG Krasuski
( Brown C Griffen In iu n in n
Steele RG Olson V IDIILl
Hawkins RT Hancock
Flora RE Romey
Rockwell QB Parkin
Steger LH Graham
Friedman RH Scantemr
Officials: Referee, Masker,
Northwestern; Umpire, Schom-
mer, Chicago; Field Judge,t
( Keithley, Illinois; Head Lines- Thirty men of the freshman foot-
man, Ray, Illinois.-( ball squad, 18 members of the reservef
( (_ _ eam, and 12 men on the coaching
school's team, will be awarded num-t
ball going over to the Hawkeyes. Time erals, according to a bulletin issued
out for Otte. Smith went in for Otte. at the athletic offices yesterday.
Hawkins nailed Parkin for a two The men of the freshman squad
yard loss. Scantlebury made two who will be awarded numerals are:
yards, being stopped by Slaughter. Bolton, Babcock, Bybee, Bowen, Cow-'
Graham made twoyards, Flora stop- ell, Douglas, Fitzpatrick, Fuller,
ping him with a beautiful tackle. Grinnell, Green, Hellerman, Irwin,
Graham fumbled and was nailed by Johnson, Kelley, McKendriek, Maresh,
Edwards' On th Iowa 1i yard 1lne. Math'esc, Mifler,' Norton, Nickeon,,
Fsdwardst recovering the fumble for Qade, Palmeroli, P'arsons, Remsee-
Michigan. A pass, Friedman to Jeff, Sauer, Schwentker, Thisted,r
Grube, was incomplete. Weber, Wells, and Rose.
:Frasuiki threw Friedman for a Reserve men who have earned the
five yard loss on an attempted pass. award are: Jones, Johnson, Kilpat-c
Parkin knocked down Friedman's rick, McCafree, Young, Maentz, Ny-
pass to Flora. Friedman's pass was land, Schmiegel, Schoenfeld, Sponsel-
intercepted 'by Olson., as the hlf ler, Savage, Weber, Weinberger, Baer,
ended. Score: Iowa 6, Michgan 2. Blumer, Charter, Fortson, and Pal-
Second Half mer.
Romey kicked off to Friedman, who ~.Winners of numerals on the coach-
Reykeddoyfrds toFtedmian hoing school team are: Barley, Bugni,
returned 12 yards to the Michigan Johnson, Jones, Kane, Moffett, Molen-
27 yard line. Marion made three da PKimens, KPckelwartz, Kd-
yards at center. Rockwell tore around more Smit, and Weiss
right end for 11 yards and first down. o
Marion carried the ball out of
bounds on the Michigan 42 yard line, line. Steger was stopped for no gainl
Steger made six yards around left at right tackle. On the next play Gra-
end on the next play. Rockwell ran ham intercepted a pass by Friedman
around right end for another first and returned it to the Michigan 44
down on the Iowa 44 yard line. ard line. Scantlebury made a yard
Marion plunged through the line at center.
Parkin made three yards at leftt
for four yards more, and on the next end. Scantlebury made two yards att
play dove over the line for another left tackle. As the quarter ended,I
four. He made it first down on the the score stood Iowa 6, Michigan 2.
next play, but Michigan was penalized Fourth Quarterc
15 yards for holding. Michigan's ball Hancock's place kick from the 481
on the 50 yard line. yard line was short, Michigan taking
A pass, Friedman to Grube, was the ball on her own 20 yard line.
good for six yards. Rockwell punted Rockwell went through left tackle forr
across the Iowa goal line, and the four yards. Marion hit center fort
Hawkeyes took the ball on their own four more. On the next play, Marion
20 yard line. Scantlebury made a plunged through left guard for first
yard at right tackle. down on the Michigan.35 yard line.I
The Michigan linemen broke Rockwell made a yard at rightI
through and stopped Parkin for a tackle. Steger added three yardsr
four yrd los om the lext play. through left tackle, making two more
Graham's punt bounced out of bounds on the next play. Rockwell punted
on the Michigan 37 yard line. Gallo- to Parkin who was downed on his1
way stopped Rockwell for no gain at own 27 yard line.1
right end. Marion broke through left Parkin made three yards a right
guard for three yards. guard. Scantlebury fumbled, but Par-
Rockwell's punt was downed by kin recovered, losing three yards.
Michigan on the Iowa 20 yard line. Graham punted to Rockwel, who re-
Parkin ran out of bounds on the next turned 13 yards to his own 45 yard
play. Scantlebury made two yards line.
at right guard. Graham punted to Marion slid off right tarckle for
I Steger who was downed on the Michi- three yards. Friedman's pass to
gan 47 yard fine. Rockwell failed to Steger was broken up. Another pass,!
gain at right tackle. Friedman to Steger, was also broken
A pass, Friedman to Flora, gave up. Rockwell punted to Parkin who1
Michigan first down on the Iowa 40 was downed on his own 18,yard line.I
yard line. Time out for Michigan. Parkin made two yards off right'
On a pass formation, Marion slipped tackle.
through left guard for four yards. Scantlebury made a yard at the 1

Smith stopped Friedman for a two same place. Graham punted out of!
yard loss at right tackle. A pass, bounds on the Michigan eight yard
Friedman to Grube, was incomplete. line.,
I Rockwell's punt was downed by a Steger made three yards at left.
Michigan player on the Iowa goal tackle. Rockwell failed to gain at1
line, but the ball was given to the right end. Rockwell punted to Par-
Hawkeyes on their own 20 yard line, kin, who ran the ball back to the
Scantlebury . broke through right Michigan 43 yard line. Scantlebury1

Takes First

Place

erence Cross

Country

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

1st
6
2

2nd
0
0

3rd 4th

FINAL

0
0

3
0

9
2

_ UTS
Wisconsin 0, Chicago 0-first half.
Ohio State 0, Illinois 7-first quar-
ter.
Notre Dame 7, Northwestern 6-
first half.
Harvard 6, Yale 0-first quarter.
Rutgers 7, Bucknell 6-first quar-
ter.
Gerhardt Takes
Up Air Service,
Prof. William F. Gerhardt, of the
,r'osatiealeg.ineerng departmcnt,I
resumed active service in Army Air
service yesterday at Selfridge Field,
near Mt. Clemens. Professor Ger-
hardt, who is a reserve officer in the
Air Service, was called to active
duty as a scout flyer on Nov..20.
ANN ARBO TAES FINALI
SAME WITHSAINW 7-0
Playing the last game on Wines
field this year Ann Arbor High de-
feated Saginaw Eastern, 7 to 0, this
morning in a hard fought game. Play-
ing without their captain and star
quarterback, Ed Walsh, the locals
over-head offense was the poorest that
it has been in any game this year.
Ann Arbor took the ball down into
their opponent's territory time afterl
time but seemed to lack their usuall
punch to put it over.
The local score came as the result
of two passes and a series of line
plays, with Stoll finally taking it over.
Wilson, bearing the punting burden
in the absence of his captain, showed'
up well. Taylor, playing fullback for
the locals was the star of the game,1
getting away time and again for 15
and 20 yard off-tackle dashes. Coach
Holloway unearthed a star when he
brought Taylor back from end and
made a backfield man out of him three
weeks ago.
Only one more game remains on the
local schedule, which is with Flint, at!
Flint on Thanksgiving Day.1

SOP.HOMORES BEAT
FIRST YEAR MEIN
IN ANNUAL GAME S
By winning two of the three events
the sophomore class won the Fall
games this morning on the field to the
south of Ferry field.
The freshmen in column formation
led by their pajama clad band ap-
peared on the field at 9:45 o'clock
followed shortly by the sophomores
'led by their band. The yearlings
lined up on the south side of the
field while the red bedecked sopho-.
mores took up their stand on the
north side.
The two bands of the rival classes
paraded in the center of the field be-
fore the opening, of the games. In
point of numbers the two classes were
about evenly divided;. an unexpected
feature since in the past the sopho-
! mores have usually been greatly out-
numbered.
In the first event, the pillow fight,
the sophomores and , the freshmen
each won 1 round; the third round
was a tie due to the fact that the two
men both went to the ground at the
same time neither losing his pillow.
These two men fought off the tie and
the freshman won giving the entire
event and 1 point in the games to
the class of '28.
Spurred to greater efforts by the
possibility of losing the games the
sophomores staged a come-back and
won the cane spree decisively. The
sophomores captured 5 canes to 3 ob-
tained by the freshmen. With each
class having 1 point the flag rush be-.
came the deciding event of the games.
The sophomores in mass formation
took the freshman colors from the
top of the end pole in short order.
After a 10 minute rest period the at-
tack was resumed by the red bespat-
tered horde of sophomores. Before
the 10 minute period allowed for the
battle was well under way, the soph-
omores charged 'through the ranks of
the first year men and by stripping the
green banner from the top of the pole,
the Fall games went to the sophomore
class.

IOWABRNS SECOND;
MICHIGAN HARRIERS
IN THIRDPOSITIM
By Car E. Ohlmacher
Wisconsin's cross country team
won the AlliConference meet here
this morning by virtue of placing in
seventh, eighth, ninth, twelfth, and
sixteenth positions. Michigan's team
finished third, second place going to
Iowa.
Harold Phelps of Iowa retained his
individual laurels when he finished
first in the field of 75 runners who
sompleted the run. His time was
25:59.7. He had a lead of 150 yards'
over Shimek, the Marquette star, who
came in third. Wendland of Notre
Dame was the dark horse of the race,
coming in in third place. Miher of
Illinois was fourth, Helms of Ohio
Wesleyan fifth, and Conger of Ames
sixth. Bergstresser, Piper, and Kubly
of Wisconsin came i seventh, eighth,
and ninth, 'respectively, pvr ticaly
cinching the title for their team.
Briggs was the first Michigan man
to cross the finish line, placing tenth.
Reinke was fourteenth, Baker seven-
teenth', Iskendarian twentieth, and
Callahan forty-third. Callahan lost a
shoe slightly past the half way mark,
and finished the race without it. This
is the third time this season that the
Michigan harrier has been handi-
capped in this way. Inasmuch as
most of the race was over rough
gravel roads, he would undoubtedly
have been much further up in the
running had his shoe stayed on.
One of the greatest upsets of the
race was the failure of Wikoff, of
Ohio State, to come in with the
leaders. The Buckeye star was off
form, and was the thirty-eighth man
to brcast the tape.
Wisconsin's point total was 52.
Iowa had 98, and Michigan 104. The
other teams finished as follows: Ohio
State fourth, Illinois fifth, Ames sixth,
Oberlin seventh, Notre Dame eighth,
Ohio Wesleyan ninth, Marquette
tenth, Minnesota eleventh, Northw'est-
ern twelfth, Chicago thirteenth, and
M. A. C. fourteenth.
Human "M" Formed
By 2200 Freshmen
Visiting Michigan alumi were
riven -an opportunity to see a living
block "M" this afternoon at Ferry
Field when 2,200 students displayed
the Maize and Blue in the West stand.
For many years it has been the cus-
tom to form the block "M" in the West
stand at the Homecoming game.
The "M" was formed by the men
of the class of '28. Eight hundred
lags were distributed to form the
letter wh'ile 1,400 students with blue
flags made up the background for
the "M."
Memorial Bench
Given New Site
After resting for 23 years before
old University hall, the senior bench
of stone which was the gift of the
classes of 1901, has been moved. It
is now at the north end of the new
Literary building, near the Law school.

In

SQUINTS AT THE GAME
By Jason Cowles freezing freshmen, huddled omn the
and West stand, stood up in their seats,
)Iurchison Ma ble aind (waved little yellow and blue
flags at the frantic behest of cheer-
The cagey Wolverine gridders ap- leaders. They arose in their seats
peared on the field with white-washed again between halves, and repeated
headgears, the Idea being to baffle the the dismal performance.
Cornhusking warriors. Credit for the The Iowa team experienced great

,

scheme is being divided betweeen
Yost, Little, Emery, and Sturzenegger
-each getting one fourth of the glory.
In the first quarter it looked as
if th'e game was going to be called on
account of hail to the Victors valiant.
As the hail later changed to jolly
drizzle the game went on.
In the first quarter, the hordes of
Ingwerson made five first downs to
four for the swarms of Yost. The
Blumaize lads made all four in the
second quarter of the contest.

success in breaking up the famous
Wolverine pass attack in the first half.
i Three times Michigan had the ball in
the shadow of their opponent's goal
post, but the aerial offensive was
smeared on each occasion.
The Iowa rooters lent a distinctly
rural touch to the whole proceedings
by filling the atmosphere with the
din and clamour of countless cow-
bells.
Iowa's lonesome tally (at the pres-
ent writing) came as a result of

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continued to weep, a chill crept int
her heart, and the tears became snow
A number of freshmen in the wes
stand were reported as having en
gaged in a game of snowballs betweec
halves.

'tackle for five yards. v
Scantlebury made two more at right
tackle. Parkin added two more at the

tmade three yards through right guard.
Final Score: Iowa 9, Michigan 2.

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