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Y01. XXXVI. No. 23

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1925

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

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GREGORY RUNS 40 YARDSFTO
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FIRST PLAY F /l

OPEN PLA Y FEA TURES WOLVERINE
ATTACK; PASSES AND END,
RUNS PLENTIFUL 'y
By Joseph Kruger, Sports Editor
MAD4SON, Oct. 17.-Michigan defeated Wisconsin here this afternoon
before a capacity. homecoming crowd.
The Wolverine victory today was the eighth victory of a Yost-coached
eleven over the Badgers. Wisconsin has never defeated a Michigan team since
Cohch Yost took charge at Ann Arbor, the game in 1921 ending in a 7-7 tie.
The last Wisconsin victory was in 1899.
The contest attracted considerable attention due to the fact that

Coach George Little of the Badger
Michigan the past three seasons.
The play by play account follows:
FIRST QUARTER
Harmon kicked off to Molenda, who
returned the ball to his own 45 yard
line. On the very first play, Ben
Friedman stood back and hurled al
forward pass to Bruce Gregory, who!
caught the ball and ran 40 yards for
a touchdown.. Friedman kicked goal.
Score, Michigan 7, Wisconsin 0.
Michigan fans go wild.
Doyle Harmon kicked off to Ben
Friedman, who caught the ball on his
own 10 yard line, and ran through the
entire Badger team for another touch-
down, a most spectacular run. He
again kicked goal. Score, Michigan 14,
Wisconsin 0.
Captain Polaski elected to receive.
Mickigan kicked to Polaski, who
brought the ball to his own 35 yard
line.
Doyle Harmon made two yards on
the right side of the line.
Brown threw Doyle Harmon for a !
ti three yard loss. Radke punted to Mich-
igan's 32 yard line. Molenda made a
yard through center. Michigan was
penalized five yards for offside. Gil-
bert made three yards trying Wiscon-
sin's end. Gilbert punted to Wiscon-
sin's eighteen yard line, Tom Edwards
tackling L. Harmon as he caught the
baAi. /
. D. Harman 'made a yard. Radke
punted poorly to his own 43 yard
line. Molenda twisted his way for
two yards. Ben Friedman's pass to1
Oosterbaan, was intercepted by the
Wisconsin right half back on his own
15 yard line.
L. Harmon punted over Friedman's
head. The ball rolled. Friedman
JYicked up the ball and fumbled in at-
tempting to run it back. Wisconsin
lost an opportunity to score when one
of their players fumbled in trying to
piek up th3 loose ball. Michigan re-
co- ered the ball on their own 15
yard line. Gilbert punted to Wiscon-
sin's 40 yard line.
On the first play Tom Edwards
broke through and tackled D. Harmon
for a four yard loss. A forward pass
was dropped by Polaski. L. Harmon
punted out of bounds on Michigan's
18 yard line. Wisconsin called time
out. L. Harmon is doing all the punt-
ing for Wisconsin. Gilbert was stop-
ped at the line of scrimmage. Time
out for Straubel, who was hurt on the
play. Kasiska replaced Straubel.'
Gregory failed to gain on an end run.
Gilbert punted to Wisconsin's 39 yard
line, Edwards tackling Crofoot and

s was assistant to Coach Yost at
THE LINE-UP
MICHIGAN WISCONSIN
Oosterbaan.. .LE... .....Burrus
Edwards....LT......Straubel
Lovette.......LG....... Larson
Brown (Capt.)..C........ Wilke
Hawkins......RG....... Sauger
Babcock.......RT....... Nelson '
Flora........RE......Cameron
Friedman.....QB..... Crowfoot
Gilbert.......LH.... L. Harmon
Gregory......RH...D. Harmon
Molenda.......FB....... Radke
around left end. Wisconsin is using
a shift play.
Michigan called time out.
L. Harmon came within one yard of
a first down. Leo Harmon punted to
Friedman who was tackled as he
caught the ball on his own 17 yard
line. Cameron was hurt on the play.I
He had replaced Pulaski. Gilbert;
punted to Crofoot who was downed
as he caught the ball on his own 37
yard line. End of the quarter; Score,
Michigan 14, Wisconsin 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Both teams are now playing a strong
defensive game. Ray Baer went in
for George Babcock. Brown threw
Harmon for a two yard loss. Mc-
Andrews threw a pass to.D. Harmon
who was tackled as he caught the. ball
on Michigan's 47 yard line. D. Har-
mon made three yards off tackle.
Blackman replaced Burrus. Bob Brown
intercepted L. Harmon's pass on his
own 45 yard line. Ben Friedman made
six yards inside the Bladger right end.
Molenda made two yards through the
the line.
Molenda made first down through
the center of the line. Gregory made
two yards around his own right end.
Molenda went seven yards through a
big hole in the center of the line.
Molenda made it first down on Wis-
consin's 43 yard line, nine Michigan
men going into the line of scrim-
mage. Molenda bucked and rolled for
three more yards.
Friedman made two yards around
his own left end. Bo Molenda made
two yards through the center of the
line. Friedman threw a short pass
to Molenda for a first down on Wis-
consin's 29 yard line. Gregory went
wide around his own left end and then
cut in for a three yard gain. Michi-
gan was penalized 15 yards and Long
r oolacd Blackman. Wilke replaced

YOST PROVES JINX FOR I
-IISCONSINCGRID TEAMS!
When the Wolverines met the Scores First
Badgers at Madison today, it was ________________
the twelfth meeting of the respec- ...x;4:..'.*'.-..*
tives nc h
football relations in 1892.
Grid records show that Michigan>
has an advantage over the Wisconsin
teams in victories in the past meet- ............**.;:*..
ings. Since 1892 Michigan has won
8 of the 11 games played.
Wisconsin has been unable to de-
feat a Michigan team since Yost first'
assumed his duties as the Wolverine
ceach in 190' In that course of time
the Cardinals have failed to win a
single victory and have been able to
score only 16 points.
The results of the games between
the two teams are as follows:
Michigan Wisconsin
10 - 1892 6
18 1893 ..36
19020 7
16 0
2$ -1,904 (
13 1922 6
6 1923
21 . 1924 0
Athletic Office
Returns $100,000
For Navy Tickets
Despite the fact that the Navy game
is two weeks away, and that seats
for that game were oversold in the
first hour of sales, applications have
continued to pour in, and the Ath-
letic association has been forced to
return more than $100,000 to prospec-
tive purchasers of tickets.
On September 1, between 8 and 9
o'clock the Athletic association re- _
ceived 2000 more applications for Bruce Gregory
tickets to the Navy game than they Bruce Gregory caught Friedman's
had seats, and in order to fill the first pass in the first few minutes of play
hour's demands, they are now con- and ran 40 yards for a touchdown.
structing 2000 more seats.
The Ohio game was sold out about ed to Friedman who was downed on
two weeks after the sale opened, and his own 35 yard line.
since then more than $40,000 has been Herrnstein made two yards around!
returned to disappointed fans. Ihis own right end. Polaski took!
Cameron's place. Michigan took time1
catch of the ball and then stepped out for Flora who was injured on the
out of bounds on Wisconsin's 20 yard play. Friedman carried the ball 26
line, as he pivoted from a tackle. Gil- yards around left end despite the fact
berg ailed to gain at the line. Frieu- that his own interference blocked his
man made three yards around riglI way. Bo Molenda made three yards
end. on a center thrust. Bo Molenda made
Oosterbaan caught Friedman's pass three more on the same play.
just as he stepped over the goal line. Friedman's pass was intdrcepted by
Friedman kicked the goal. Score, Leo Harmon who caught the ball after!
Mehigan 21, Wisconsin 0. one of his teammates had blocked it.
Herrnstein replaced Gregory at half. It is Wisconsin's ball on her own 35
Gilbert kicked off to D. Harmon who yard line. Leo Harmon failed to gain
returned the ball to his own 40 yard through the line. Leo Harmon's for-
line. Harmon was 'traveling at a fast ward pass was blocked. Leo Har-
pace down the side lines when tackled mon's punt rolled out of bounds on
and was knocked out by the force of Michigan's eight yard line.
the tackle. Friedman made four yards through
Crofoot caught L. Harmon's pass and the line. Gilbert punted against a
stumbled on Michigan's 38 yard line, strong wind to his own 30 yard line.
when in a clear field, Harmon's short Edwards stopped D. Harmon for no
pass was grounded. L. Harmon's pass gain. Brown stopped L. Harmon for
was again blocked. L. Harmon's third no gain. L. Harmon's pass to Lon;g
pass 'was blocked by Gilbert. Cam- was incomplete, Long catching the ball
eron caught L. Harmon's pass and after it hit the ground. Herrnstein
brought the ball to Michigan's 10 yard blocked L. Harmon's pass and the ball
line. Time out for Michigan. fell into Polaski's arms. Wisconsin
L. Harmon was stopped on the line has the bal on Michigan's {0 yard
of scrimmage. L. Harmon made three jne. On the next play D. Harmon
yards inside his own left end. D. fumbled. He recovered the ~l- butt
Harmon, failed to gain on an at- as thrown for a 15 yard loss.
tempted end run. Gilbert blocked L -. rmon's high pass was blocked
Harmon's pass on Wisconsin's last by Herrnstein. McAndrews was
frantic effort to score. Michigan takes .stoppled- Polaki caught L. Harmon's
ball on downs on her own eight yard pass and was tackled on Minhigmfw'
line. five yard line, making it Michigan's.
Friedman failed to, gain through ball, first down. Molenda carried the
center. Molenda failed to gain through ball out of bounds.
the line as the half ended. Michigan Gilbert punted to Crofoot who was
was merely stalling for time. End 1T aron Michigan's 29 yard line.
the half Sconre.iehian 21 Wli-n. Rm mJ,,-v,-e t. varnnai1TR m nomn'

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1st
14,
0

2nd
7
0

3rd 4th

0
0

GRANGE AGAIN
"Red" Grange resumed old time
form today when he ran 68 yards
for a touchdown against Iowa this
afternoon.
OTHER SCORES
Ohio State 0, Columbia 0, first quar-
ter.
Army 13, Notre Dame 0, first half.
Chicago 0, Northwestern 0, quarter.
Georgetown 12, U. of D. 12, first half.
Colgate 7, Lafayette 0, first half.
Holy Cross 7, Harvard 6, first half.
Dartmouth 36, Maine 0, first quarter.
Bates 0, Brown 13, first quarter.
Pennsylvania 16, Yale 6, third quar-
ter.
Minnesota 7, Wabash 6, first quarter.
Princeton 10, Navy 3, first quarter.
Rutgers 0, Cornell 31, first quarter.
Washington 0, Nebraska 0, first half.
MONVRE SThAC
I4 FRESHMANRUNT
Tickets to Grid-Graph Awarded First
Ten Men to Finish In Weekly
Cross Country Race
MAY BREAK RECORD
Finishing in easy fashion, Monroe, I
'29, won the second freshman cross1
country run of the season this morn-~
ing, covering the regular 2 7-10 miles
course in 15 minutes, 13 seconds, with-~
in. 26 seconds of the course record.
Lamont, who finished third last week
was second, with Wint in third place,
and Jones finished fourth, the sameI
position as he did in the first race.
The next six men finished in the fol-
lowing order: M. E. Smith, fifth;
Crowley, sixth; Watson, seventh;
Eddy, eighth; Simpson, ninth; Wins-
low, tenth. The first ten men received
tickets to the grid-graph at Hill audi-!
torium this afternoon, donated by
Pratt and Dunn.
Wuerfel, who finished first last week
in 15 minutes, 27 seconds, did not emo-
pete this morning. Coach Furnass
ran along with his charges and led
the field all the way, finishing in 15
minutes, 7 seconds, a few yards in ad- .
vance of the winning freshman.
Professor H. C. Carver, of the math-
.ematics department, was starter and
judge of the race.
Harmon recover Molenda's fumble
giving Wisconsin possession of the ball
on Michigan's eight yard line. Baer
stopped L. Harmon for no gain. Gil-
bert knocked down L. Harmon's pass.
(in a fake place kick formation, L.
Harmon threw the ball over the goal
line, the pass being grounded. Michi-
gan ball on the twenty yard line. End
of the quarter; Score, Michigan 21,
Wisconsin 0.
FOURTH QUARTER-
Gilbert punted to Crofoot who was
tackled on his own 40 yard line. Cro-
foot was stopped on a fake quarter
back sneak.
McAndrews was stopped by Ooster-
baan for no gain. Baer broke through
and threw Crofoot for a 20 yard loss,
when the Badger quarter back at-
tempted a forward pass. L. Harmon
punted out of bounds to Michigan's
45 yard line. Wisconsin called time.
Stamman replaced Molenda at full
honirr Qt ann-n Ip ta i +,n ir r

Runs 90 Yards

0

FINAL
21

1'allnhan, Reinke, Briggs
Seventh ad Eighth
Respectively

Take Sixth
Place

Benny Friedman
Benny Friedman, Michigan quarter-
back, received a Wisconsin punt on
his own 10 yard line and took the
ball through the entire Wisconsin
team, 90 yards, for the second Michi-
gan touchdown. He promptly kicked
the goal for the extra point.
iLLINI-MIGHIGANGAME
TICKETS ARE SOLO OUTI
Michigan's allotment of tickets for
the Illinois game at Urbana next Sat-
urday has been oversold, Harry Til-
lotson, business manager of the Ath-
letic Association, announced just be-
fore his departure for the game at4
Madison today. This includes all the
student and alumni tickets.
The total number of seats alloted
to the Michigan sectionswas 10,000,
which were divided- evenly betweeni
students and alumni. The entire Me-
morial stadium has been sold out forI
the Michigan game, reports from Illi-
nois this morning announced.
SIDELIGHTS
Michigan uncorked the much prom-

BIG TEN RECO RD
IN X-COUNTRY IS
SET BY01 BADGERS
CitAP"MAN, WISCONSIN, WINNEUR;
IIORNBERGER FIMNIIES
SECOND
THIRD PLACE TIED

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By Joseph 'Kruger
MADISON, Oct. 17.--Michigan's
Varsity cross country team went down
to defeat at the hands of the Wiscon-
sin harriers, 33-22 here this morning.
The Wolverine runners were fav-
ored to win the race but allowed the
Badger harriers to take a command-
ing lead and then were unable to over-
take them..
Chapman finished first for Wison-
sin in 15:28 which is excellent time
for the three mile course at this time
of the year. Ted Hornberger was the
first Wolverine to score taking second
honors, Captain Kubly an d Elleson of
Wisconsin finished in a iC for third
place and Schutt of Wisconsin took
fifth.
Captain Roy Callahan fiished in
sixth place followed by Briggs and
Reinke who took seventi and eighth
respectively. Oumbeck of Wisconsin
came in ninth and Iskende ian of Mich-
igan crossed the line in tenth place.
Baker, Jung and Hills of Michigan
failed to place, only the first five men
from each school to finish counting in
the scoring.
SWIMMINGSOVAD MAY
TAECRITMSTRIP
An innovation in the history of
swimming at Michigan is likely to be
made this year, if the squad takes the
extended trip which Coach Mann i
attempting to arrange for the Christ-
mas vacation period.
The primary motive for ihe vacation
schedule is to get the sorely needed
outside competition for the squad be-
fore the beginning of the Conference
season.tIn the past this has been
one of the chief detriments to Michi-
I gan's championship hopes.
No definite arrangements have yet
been completed as to the length of the
tour, nor as to the field where comp>e-
tition will be sought. The squad hias
been working out regularly for the
past two weeks and will continue their
work at the Union pool until the close
of the Conference season.
TOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 17.--Nine
blocks of the business district of this
city are draped with pennants and ban-
ners in colors of Iowa's old gold and
black and Illinois' blue and gold. A
cup will be awarded after the game
to the best decorated fraternity house.
DETROIT, Oct. 17.--Otlicial business
will prevent Secretary Wilbur from
-witnessing the Michigan-Navy football

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knocking him out of bounds. Wilson. Molenda made three yards
Leo Harmon made three yards at- through the line. A pass by Fried-
tempting to circle the Michigan left man was blocked. Friedman's pass
end. Crofoot was held at the line on a to Ooosterbaan was intercepted by D.
fake quarterback play. Crofoot caught Harmon who fell out of bounds on his
L. Harnion's pass and brought the ball own 20 yard line.
taiMichigan's 32 yard line. D. Har- L. Harmon punted out of bounds on
mon carried the ball out of bounds. Michigan's 38 yard line. Gregory
Radke was stopped by Edwards on a made a yard around his own right end.
cross buck. Crofoot threw a short lat- Gilbert added two more yards on a
eral pass to D. Harmon who fumbled line play. Gilbert punted to Crofoot
the ball. Harmon's nass was .-round- mwhow. +ta niriad on iao wn var

ised passing attack early in the game'game at Ann Arbor as he had planned.
when on the first play a pass from Congressman John B. Sosnowski has
Friedman to Gregory resulted in a received a letter from the secretary
touchdown. j to that effect.
Tom Edwards did some pretty of- ALBION ich O
fen,sive line work during the first h h Mich., Oft. 17.- Alb ion
half, breaking through the opposing high se oo defeated illsdale, 1970,
line time after time to spoil Wiscon- here yes day.
sin plays.
Friedman figured in the third touch-
down when he hurled a pretty pass { EX'[RA STAFF
to Oosterbaan, who dashed 17 yards-
for the score. 11Editor
# ~Smith H1. Cady, Jr.
line.* Gregory made five yards through
the line, but Michigan was penalized' Assisf"!'I1.;
five yards for offside. David Vokes
Irec ami ig Stanley Whipple
Stamman made three yards through Russell IBitt
the line. Stamman added a yard on Toma Wintr'I

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