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VOL. XXXVII. No. 29 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1926

PRICE FIVE CENTS

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MICHIGAN THREA TENS

'Harriers

Defeat

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BUT FAILS TO
IN OPENING I
FRIEDMAN INJURED IN FIRST HALF
BOTH TEAMS PUNT AND WAIT FORj
BREAKS IN EARLY PART
OF CONTEST
(Special to The Daily)
By Wilton A. Simpson, Sports Editor
MUNICIPAL STADIUM, BAII'1 MORE, Oct. 30.-East tri-
umphed over West once again this season when the Annapolis Mid-
shipmen defeated the Michigan football team before 8o,ooo spectators
here this afternoon.
Today's game was the third win for the Navy over a Western
eleven this season, and was a double -ictory for Coach Ingram. Last
year, while coaching the University of Indiana football team, his squad
was defeated 63 to o by the Wolverines.
Today's game was Michigan's third
appearance in the East in the last 12,
years. In 1914 the Wolverines wereT
defeated by Harvard, 6-0. The game IHI LINET NAY
in which John Maulbetsch engraved MICHIGAN NAVY
his name deep into Michigan's hall Oosterban ..L.E........Lloyd
of fame. Yost's team made an East- Baer.........L.T... Wickhorst
ern trip in 1917 to play Pennsylvania. Paleroli ... .L.G.......Cross
The weatherman kept his promise jBTrusyowski ..C......Hoerner
of fair weather today, but missed his I Lovette... ..EdRG........Born
guess on a cool weather forecast. One I Gabel.......T ........Eddy
could wear astraw hat here today Friedman... Q3.. Ilannga c
with comfort, but of course not with {mGbr ..L.H... Hamilton
safety. G*-....-.... Hamolto
A mild, warm wind from the south- Greeinwald .. . R.H.....aGoudge
east swept across the field, giving the olenda.....F.B.....Caidwell
defender of the south goal a kickingOfficials: R feree - Dave
dfnde Fultz (rown); umpire-John
advantage.Scoe(Ciao;hedlns
The following is the play by play ac- Schomr (Chicago); head lines-
count of the game. man -Ilugo Von Kersburg (Har-
vard); field judge-J. H. Nichols
FIj{ST QUARTER I (Oberlin). Time of periods-15
Captain Friedman won the toss and minutes.1
elected to defend the south goal. I
Hamilton kicked off to Friedman on -----
Michigan 15 yard line, Friedman re-
t irning the ball to the 23 yard line. shipmen were off side on the next
Friedman made 3 yards on an off play, and were penalized 5fyards.
tackle play. Gilbert punted to Han- Hardwick threw Greenwald for a 3
vegan on the Navy 30 yard line, the yard loss. On another fake place kick
Navy bringing the ball to the 48 yard foration, Molenda made eight yards.
line. Friedman's place kick was blocked
An off side play and Michigan was by Eddy, Navy gaining possession of
penalized 5 yards. Caldwell made the ball on her 5 yard line. Hanne-
one yard. Hamilton threw a long gan made a yard. Hamilton punted
pass, but it was incomplete. Hamil- to Gilbert in midfield, Gilbert shaking
ton punted out of bounds on Michigan off four Midshipmen to bring the ball
12 yard line. Gilbert punted to mid- to the Navy 40 yard line.
field, Gould being downed in his On the old B 83 play, Gilbert gained
tracks. Navy was penalized 15 yards 10 yards. Navy called for time. Gil-
tor clipping, putting ball on Navy 25 bert lost a yard on an off tackle play.
yard line. Hamilton gained four Gilbert lost four yards. A pass,
ards offntackle. Hamilton- punted to Friedman to Oosterbaan brought the
Friedman on Michigan 40 yard line, ball to Navy's 11 yard line. Molenda
te ball being downed on Michigan 37 gained 3 yards through left guard.
yard line. Friedman's pass to Mo- On an attempted quarterback sneak
lyend was too far. Another pass by Friedman lost 1 yard. Friedman's
Friedman to Molenda was blocked, pass to Oosterbaan was knocked
ichigan drawing a 5 yard penalty. down, one yard from the goal. Fried-
Gilbert punted to Goudge, Ooster- man called another place kick and
baan bringing him down on Navy 23 passed to Oosterbaan, but the ball was
yard. A long pass, Hamilton to Lloyd blocked by Hamilton. A pass Fried-
gained 20 yards for the Midshipmen. man to Oosterbaan put the ball with-
Hamilton was stopped for no gain. in one yard of the goal line. Michi-
Caldwell made 2 yards through center. gan failed to make its down, however,
Hamilton made a poor punt, Michigan and Navy was given possession of the
gaining possession of the ball on its ball.
35 yard line. A pass Friedman to -
Flora advanced the ball to the 50 yard Honor M
line. Greenwald made four through
Ti ght tackle.
Molenda dropped Friedman's per-
fet pass. Another pass by Gilbert to
Friedman was incomplete. Michigan
was penalized 5 yards. Gilbert punt-
ed to Goudge, the ball being downed
on Navy's 14 yard line. Hannegan
found a hole in the ?eft side of Mich-Is
igan line and gained , yards. Hlanne-
rgan was stopped for no gain, but
Michigan was offside, giving the Mid-I
shipmen a first down. Haiilton
made 6 yards through right tackle. Al
pass, Iamilton to Hardwick gained 91
yards for a first down, a pass Hamil-]

ton to Lloyd was incomplete. IHamil-
ton punted, Navy downing the ball on
Michigan 41 yard line. Gilbert made I
2 yards on end. Greenwald made 3
more on an end run. Gilbert punted

SCORE
ERIODS
"Makes Long Run
In Second Period

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

MICHIGAN -

1st
0
0

2nd
0
0

3rd 4th

FINAL

0
3

0
7

0

NAVY

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FITYCLASSES
REPRESENTED AT
r1ALUMNI REUNION

AMOS WARELIN, '67, AND
LEWIS F. BILCHER, '62
ATTEND- BANQUET

DR.

LITTLE GIVES ADDRESS
I James Angell, President of Yale, And
Louis Gilbert Edwin Denby, Former Secretary
Louis Gilbert-Stellar Wolverine OfT he Navy Also Speak
halfback, whose long high kicks prov-
ed a strong factor in the Michigan de- (By Associated Press)
fense during the first half. PIILADELPHIA, Oct. 30.-Grad-
Gilbert was also a star on the of- uates of 50 consecutive years gather-
fense breaking loose for several long ed i banquet here last night to do
gains from kick formations, one run honor to their alma mater, the Uni-
being from the Navy 40 yard line tQ versity of Michigan. The class of
the 20. 1875 was missing but a number of
earler classes were there. Among
them Amos Wakelin, '67, of Philadel-
Hamilton punted to Gilbert, on phia and Dr. Lewis F. Bilcher, '62,
Navy's 36 yard line. Greenwald of Boston.
fumbled and Navy recovered on her The famous locomotive yell and the
own 35 yard line. Hannegan made a alumni song, "I Want To Go Back to
yard. Hannegan on cross buck gain- Michigan," Drought together again
ed 5 yards. Caldwell gained four men who had come from almost every
yards and a first down for Navy. Mo- state to attend a reunion on the eve
lenda intercepted Hamilton's pass, of Michigan's game with the Navy.
and ran to Navy's 33 yard line before "By-bye Navy," they sang and jibed
being tackled. Navy requested time their fellow alumnus, Edwin Denby,
out. former secretary of the navy.
Friedman's long pass to Molenda Little Speaks
was intercepted by Lloyd ond the Although there were no formal
! Midshipmen's 18 yard line. Friedman speeches at the banquet, Dr. Clarence
was injured on the play. Olsen re- Cook Little, president of the Univer-
placed Wickhorst at left tackle.-1 sity, and James Rowland Angell, pres-
Puckelwartz substituted for Fried- ident of Yale university and son of
man. Flora stopped Caldwell after former "Prexy" Angell of the Univer-
the Midshipman had made six yards. sity gave informal talks. Dr. Angell
The first half ended with ball in dwelt upon the growing influence of
Navy's possession on her own 22 yard the University, and enjoined the
line. alumni of their duty to see that this
SCORE-MICHIGAN 0, NAVY 0. influence is always for the good. Dr.
SECONI) HALF Little voiced a plea that the enthusi-
Hartwick started at right end. Cald- asm of university students be trans-
well at right half, Hamilton at full- planted into the lives of the nation in
back, Goudge at quarterback and promotion of better citizenship.
Hannegan at left half for Navy. Former Secretary Denby pleaded for
Ca tain Friedman resumed his the University graduates to aid in up-

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FIRST QUARTER
Army 7, Yale 0.
Harvard 14, Tufts 6.
Syracuse 12, John Hopkins 0.
Princeton 7, Swarthmore 0.
Georgia Tech 0, Notre Dame 6.
Michigan State 0, Colgate 13.
Illinois 0, Penn 0.
Wisconsin 7, Minnesota 6
Ohio State 0, Chicago 0.
U. of D. 0, Carnegie Tech 0.
George Washington 6, Penn State 0.
Purflue 13, Indiana Normal 0.
Nebiraska 7, Iowa State 0.
W. & J. 10, Lafayette 0.
FIRST HALF
Brown 7, Dartmouth 0.
Army 21, Yale 0.
Harvard 34, Tufts 6.
Colgate 13, M S. C. 0.
PIttsburgh 20, Westminster 0.
Western Reserve 7, Cincinnati 0.
Ohio State 6, Chicago 0.
Illinois 0, Pennsylvania, 0.
Wisconsin 7, Minnesota 6.
Gilbert punted out of bounds on
Navy's 10 yard line. Hannegan made
3 yards of left tackle.
Hamilton made a poor kick, the ball
rolling out of bounds on the Midship-
men's 31 yard line.
Babcock replaced Greenwald: Mo-
lenda fumbtled, Caldwell recovering
for Navy on his own 27 yard line.
Hannegan gained 2 yards. Caldwell
lost one yard. Goudge caught Hamil-
ton's pass and brought the ball to
Michigan's 44 yard line. Caldwell
broke through Michigan's line and ran
to the 25 yard line. Rich replaced
Babcock.
Caldwell gained four yards through
Palmeroli. Caldwell squirmed through
for two more yards. Flora stopped
Hannegan at the line of scrimmage.
Standing on Michigan's 25 yard
line, Hamilton niade a successful
place kick. Score Navy % lldgan

Catches Pass On
Navy 1 Yard Line

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iTATE TALES TWO
OF EIGHT PLACES;
BR1GGSIS SECOND
HORNBERGER WINS THIRD FROM
WYLIE OF STATE COLLEGEt
WUERFEL IS FIFTiH
MAKE GOOD TIME
Three Sophomores Take Points For
Wolverines When Monroe And
Lamont Also Place
(Special To The Daily)
LANSING, Oct. 30.-Coach Steve
Farrell's cross country team defeat-
ed Michigan State here today in a
race over a 4.83 miles course. The
weather was perfect and the course
xceedingly fast.
Severance, Michigan State captain,
won the race in the fast time of 26
minutes 51.2 seconds, defeating 3riggs,
the Wolverine leader, by about 10
yards. The two ran on even terms
for almost the entire route, but in the
last mile the State captain gained a
slight advantage which he held until
the end. Severance set. the' pace
throughout the race closely followed
by both Br ggs and Hornberger.
Briggs was evidently still bothered
by the effects of an operation, which
he underwent this summer, and was
unable to sprint to the finish with
his customary ease. Hornberger fin-
ished third.
Fourth place. was taken by Wylie,
touted as State's othe sta, whIle the
next four places wet tb Michigan
men, Wuerfel, Iskendarian, Monroe,
and Lamont finishing in that order.
Although the time was 20 seconds
slower than the couse record it was
very fast for snh ai early season
performance. The team looked much
improved over the forii showed last
week when it defe-ated the Purdue
aggregation, and with jiany other
other meets to come pridr to the Con-
ference championship, ,is expected to
round into fine shpe.
Of the eight men to place in the
race six were Michigan men, three of
these, Wuerfel, Monroe, and Lamont
being sophomores.
FOOTBALL AND TENNIS
FAVORED AT PRINCETON
Princeton freshmen favor football
and tennis when it comes to compul-
sory athletics. Out of a class of 612
first year men, 111 are engaged in tie
gridiron game during- the fall term.
A like number chose tennis as theF
required activity.
Rowing is third in popularity with
enough adherents to complete a total
of nine full crews. Every undergrad-
uate in Princeton is required to pass
a swimming test before graduation,
and this fact makes swimming one of
the leading sports, with 72 taking
workouts three times each week in
the pool.
CHICAGO.- Sixteen players are
now listed for the Black Hawks,, the
Chicago team in the National Hockey
League, it is announced by Peter
Muldoon, manager.

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Benny Oosterbaan

Star Michigan end, caught a pass,
from Friedman in the first half aind
was downed on the one-yard line.
This was the fourth down ,for the
Wolverines and, because they failed
to make yardage, the ball went to the
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p~11 61 '1C1161iCU1C lu" avy ele . l
place as quarterback for Michigan. holding the nation's laws. He also Gilbert kicked off to Goudge, who a
Captain Wickhorst of the Navy also made the prediction that the Navy brought the ball to his own 25 yard
started. "would at least cross Michigan's goal line. Hamilton made a yard, and then
Eddy kicked off to Greenwald who line." David J. Davis, '90, now lieu- made four yards around his left end.p
let the ball roll off side. The ball tenant-governor of Pennsylvania, act- Hamilton kicked to Friedman on The Press
was brought back and Eddy kicked ed as toastmaster. Among distinguish- Michigan 27 yard line Friedman ran
off again, this time to Flora who ! ed guests at the banquet were- Frank- the ball back 10 yards but funmbled, --
fumbled. However the Navy was off- lin P. Adams, '14, Robert T. Lamd'nt, Navy recovered. Lloyd caught Ham-
mside and Navy was forced to kick off '91, Dr. William J. Mayo, '83, Allen C. ilton's pass, but fumbled and Michi- Benny Friedman, captain and quar-
san yI Pond, '80, Major-general Guy Mason, gan recovered on her 20 yard line. te'rback of the Wolverines, was pre-
Eddy kicked to Baer who fumbled '96, and John E. Weeks, '81. Gilbert punted to Goudge on the sented with a handsome trophy by
and recovered on his own 45 yard line. Michigan's state flag was formally Navy 40 yard line as the third quarter the Jewish organizations of this city
presented to the women of the Sesqui- ended Njust before play was started in the
prsentednialtysterdaymecftedinsu SCORE, NAVY 3 MICHIGAN 0. Navy-Michigan game here today.
ichigan Captai Centennial yesterday preceding the ORT QU TE
ibhigan Captain banquet. FOURTH QUARTER Escorted by Mayor Jackson and l
! Caldwell gained 4 yards through Jack Miller, managing editor of thel
I his right guard. Novy took time out Jewish Times, Charles Orstein, rep-
Friedman threw a long pass to MO- for Lloyd who was hurt on the play. eetn he Jewish Athletic associ-rentgt
eda it faied.manwldr pas wS itookhple.G A hps k Ham tionerfBaltimore, ssedthe
adto Molendag but the pass was too ilton to Hacks aid Gshdthe
penalized intercepted Hamitons pass and a Victors and presented Friedman
giving Michigan a first. own. Green- to Navy's 40yrdmn bfore being wi b as lefof afo-all
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i.Baer. On the similar play, Hamilton for being offside. Hanegan was stop- with Slaughter. The Badgers will
made 3 yards. Caidwell gained 2 ped for no gain. Hamilton punted to neet the Wolverines in Ann Arbor
yaids through the right side of his Friedman on the Michigan 25 yard next Saturday.
uline Friedman signaled for a fair line. Navy was penalized 15 yards
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Sherwood Winslow
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