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VOL. XXXVII. No. 35 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1926

PRICE FIVE CENTS

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WEBER'S LINE PLUNGE,
PASS TO OOSTERBAAN
SCOR E T OUCH DOWNS

OHIO

HARRIERS

TAKE

RACE

SCORE BY QUARTERS

GILBERT'S PUNTING AGAINST
HIGH WIND FEATURES
FIRST PERIOD
FRIEDMAN'S PLACE KICK BRINGS
FIRST SCORE TO MICHIGAN
IN SECOND QUAR TER
By Wilton A. Simpson, Sports Editor.
FERRY FIELD, Nov. 6.-Michigan staged a brilliant comeback
and proved that it is to be reckoned with in the uncertain Big Ten Con-
ference football race by defeating the University of Wisconsin eleven
here this afternoon.
Maddened by the 10-0 defeat which they suffered at the hands of
the Navy, the Wolverines battled furiously to regain their position as
one of the outstanding contenders for the championship.

LINEUP
MICHIGAN WISCONSIN
Ooosterbaan ..LE..... Cameron
Baer........LT......Wagner
Dewey.......LG...... Sheutte
Schoenfeldt ..C......... Wilke
Lovette ...... RG.........Cole
Squier .......RT Von Brener
IFlora ........RE........ Welch
Friedman ... . Q ....... Crofoot
Gilbert ...... LH ...... harrmon
Molenda ......RH ...... .. Rose
Weber ........F........ Kruez
Referee-James Masker, North-
western. Umpire-John Schom-
mer, Chicago. Field Judge- -11
B. Hackett, West Point. Head
Linesman-J. J. Lipp, Chicago.

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MICHIGAN -

1st
0

2nd
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3rd 4th

FINAL

0

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713

37

ICHIlGAN SQUAD
PLACES SECONfi
ILLINOISTHIRD
CAPTAIN KENNEDY ASSUIF48
EARLY LEAD AND IS
NEVER HEADED
KORlNBERSER IS SECUO

FR ESH MEN CO NQU ER
SOPHOMORES; TAKE'
ALL THREE EVENT
FIRST YEAR MEN WIN PILLOW
FIGHT, VANE SPREE, AND
DEFEND TWO POLES

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BUCKEYES WILL DEDICATE
MIICHIGAN'S NEW STADIUMl
Ohio State will dedicate the
new Michigan stadium October
22, 1927, it was announced at the
field. The Wolverines dedicated
the Buckeye stronghold in 1922,
defeating them, 19 to 0. Since
that time Ohio has failed to win
a game from the Yostmen.

Gilbert Is Star
Of Punting Duet
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Ohio Takes First, Fourth,
Eighth And Ninth Places
Take Triangular feet

Fifth,
To

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Kicks For First
Michigan

Score

Just before game time Coach Yost
announced four changes in his open-1
ing lineup. Dewey, a veteran of three
years experience, replaced Palmeroli
at left guard, Schoenfeldt took Trus-
kowski's place at center, Gabel was
relegated..to the sidelines in favor of
Squier, a sophomore candidate. Mo-
lenda was shifted from fullback to
right halfback and Weber, a powerful
line-plunging substitute, took Mo-
lenda's place at fullback. The weath-
er today was ideal for a football
game. However, a strong west windj
swept across Ferry field, giving the
defender of the west goal a decidedJ
advantage in kicking.,
. ilbert kicked off to Crofoot on
Wisconsin's 15 yard line and Crofoot
returned the ball to his own 29 yard
line. Harmon made a yard on an at-I
tempted line buck on the next play.
Barnum punted to Friedman on Mich-
igan's 30 yard line, the Wolverine1
captain being downed after he squirm-]
ed through the hands of the Wiscon-
sin end for five yards. Weber plunged
through the left side of his line for 5l
yards.\
Capt. Doyle Harmon of Wisconsin
and Capt. Benny Friedman of Michigan
met in midfield and tossed a coin to
decide the kickoff. Harmon won the
toss and elected to defend the west
goal, :giving him a kicking advantaget
with a strong wind at his back. i
Weber was,:stopped on the next(
play for no gain. Gilbert punted to
Crofoot on Wisconsin's 24 yard line,1
Crofoot being downed in his tracks.j
Baer stopped Rose when the Wiscon-
sin back tried to skirt the end. Bar-
num punted to Friedman on Michi-;
gan's 35 yard line. Friedman fum-
bled the ball but Weber recovered for
Michigan.'
Friedman threw a pass to Flora
which netted 15 yards. Michigan was,
then penalized five yards for crawl-
ing. Molenda plunged through the
center of the line, giving Michigan a
first down. On the next play, Gilbert
mnade a yard around left end.
Friedman was thrown for a 10 yard
less by Welch when he attempted to
forward pass. Gilbert punted to Cro-
foot who was downed in his tracks on
his own 26 yard line. Harmon failed'
to gain around Oosterbaan's end. Bar-f
ium punted to Friedman who return-!
ed the ball five yards to his own 321
yard line.
Gilbert twisted his way throughl
center for three yards. Molenda made
three yards in bucking the line. Mo-
lenda' ploughed his way through the
line again for two more yards, giving
Michigan its second first down. Gil-
bert was thrown for a loss of three
yards when he attempted an end run.
A pass, Friedman to Molenda,
was incomplete. Gilbert punted to
Crofoot who was downed by Ooster-
baan on his own 25 yard line. The
Wolverines were penalized five yards
for being offside and the kick recall-,
ed, placing the ball on Michigan's 351
yard line. Gilbert punted again to

MICHIGAN-WISCONSIN GRID
RECORDS SINCE YEAR 1892

LOSE ONE FLAG
Tealditlonal Struggle Is Carried On
With The Accompaniment Of
Two Class Bands
Fighting valiantly to overcome the
more experienced sophomore classes,
freshmen of the class of '30 won the
annual fall games this morning, 4-1,
before large throngs of upperclass-
men, visiting alumni and Wisconsin
students here for the football game
today. By winning the pillow fight,
the cane spree, and successfully de-
fending green ribbons attached to two
different poles, which were rushed by
the second year men, the yearlings
gad little difficulty in capturing the
games.
Led by their respective captains
and bands, the green-painted fresh-
men and red-smeared sophomores,

(By radio through the courtesy of
The Terrace Gardens Dancing studio.)
First Quarter
Illinois 0, Chicago 0.
Purdue 0, Northwestern 0.
Notre Dame 0, JIdiana 0.

1892-Michigan
1893-Michigan
1899-Michigan
.1902-Michigan
1903-Michigan
1904-Michigan
1905-Michigan
1921-Michigan
1922-Michigan
1923-Michigan
1924-Michigan
1925-Michigan

10;
18;
5;
. 6;
16;
28;
12;
7;
13;
6;
21;
21;

Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin

6
36
17
0
0
0
0
7
6
3
0
0

Princeton 9, Harvard 0.
Penn State 3, Pennsylvania
Georgetown 0, Syracuse 0.
Northwestern 9, Purdue 0.
Illinois 0, Chicago 0.
Minnesota 22, :Iowa 0.
Indiana 0, Notre Dame 0.

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punted out of bounds on Wisconsin's
15 yard line.
Barnum punted to Friedman who
brought the ball back five yards to
his own 44 yard line. A short for-j
ward pass by Friedman over the linei
of scrimmage was blocked. Friedman1
made two yards around his left end.
Gilbert punted to Crofoot, who was
downed by Flora on Wisconsin s 23
yard line. Crofoot made two yards1
around .his own right end.
Barnum punted out of bounds on
Michigan's 35 yard line. Weber failed
to gain on a line plunge. Gilbert made
five yards around Wisconsin's left
end. The quarter ended with the ballj
in Michigan's possession on her own
40 yard line.'
Score, 1ifchigan 0, Wisconsin 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Gilbert punted, and Baer of Michi-
gan 'downed the ball on Wisconsin's
14 yard line. Harmon failed to gain
around Flora's end. Rose made three
yards on an off tackle play. Bar-1
num punted out of bounds on his own
45 yard line. Gilbert was stopped for
no gain. Friedman faked a forward;
pass and ran around his right end
for a five yard tain.
Wisconsin called for time out. Gil-
bert skirted Welch's end, failing to
make a first down by inches. Mo-
lenda made a yard to supply the nec-
essary distance for first down. Weber
smashed through the line for two
yards. Weber added six yards on an-j
other line buck. Molenda hit the lineI
making two yards and another first
lown for Michigan.
Molenda gained another yard on a
line plunge. Friedman made two
yards through right tackle. Molenda
failed to gain. Standing on Wiscon-
sin's 30 yard line, Friedman made a
place kick, giving Michigan a three
point lead.
Score, Michigan 3, Wisconsin 0.
Harmon kicked off to Gilbert who'
raced 20 yards to his own 33 yard line
before he was tackled. On the next
play, he kicked to Crofoot, who fum-
bled but recovered on his own 25
yard line. Barnum made two yards
through the line. Hoffman replaced
Molenda at right half. Molenda left
the field limping. Crofoot made anj

Ben Filedman
Captain of the Wolverines, who
place kicked for Michigan's first scoreI
in the initial period, and whose pass
to Oosterbaan was good for a touch-
down in the second quarter.
man, was complete, the Michigan cap-
tain being forced out of bounds on
Wisconsin's two yard line. Weber
placed the ball within six inches of
the goal on a line plunge. Kreuz re-
placed Rose at right half for Wiscon-
sin. Weber plunged through the line
for a touchdown, going through right
tackle. Friednan's attempt to kick
goal after touchdown was successful.
Score, Michigan 10, Wisconsin 0.
Harmon kicked off to Weber on
Michigan's 20 yard line but the kick-
off was recalled because Wisconsin
was offside. Kicking off from his own
35 yard line, Harmon kicked to Gil-
bert who brought the ball back 30
yards to his own 48 yard line. Hoff-
man was thrown for a yard loss on
an end run. Michigan called for time

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paraded wildly down State street to yard line. A pass, Rose to Crofoot
South Ferry field where they faced gained a yard. Mansfield replaced
each other on opposite -sides of the Barnum. Mansfield threw a pass,
minature hippodrome. Both bands which Hoffman intercepted on his
blared away at intervals until the own 40 yard line. Gilbert kicked to
first event was started at 10:30 Crofoot who was downed in his tracks
o'clock. on his Own 20 yard line.
The first year men got off to a fly- Rose made a yard through the line.
ing start by winning the pillow fight, Sheutte punted to Friedman who
3-2. The event was reduced to one was tackled on his own 45 yard line.
heat of five matches due to the delay Friedman threw a forward pass to
in starting. A freshman was the first Oosterbaan, the play gaining ten
to topple off the wooden horse, then yards and a first down. Weber made
a sophomore, a first year man again, two yards on a plunge. Friedman
and two more sophomores, by the time threw a forward pass, but it was wild
the ten minutes had elapsed. The and grounded. Gilbert punted out of
event gave the yearlings one point. bounds on Wisconsin's 34 yard line.
The class of '30 demonstrated their Baer stopped Rose when he at-
superiority again in the cane spree, tempted to plunge through tackle. A
though the event was close. The forward pass, Rose to Crofoot, was
score was 5-4, one match ending in complete and gained three yards.
a draw, with the opponents still Mansfield's forward pass to Harmon
clinging madly to the hickory stick was incomplete. Sheutte punted to
when the gun sounded after ten min- Michigan's 26 yard .line, Cameron of
utes of struggling. One freshman Wisconsin downing the ball. Gilbert
was disqualified for striking his op-aunted to Crofoot who dodged Ooster-
ponent with the cane. The victory baan and Flora to bring the ball to
gave the first year men another point. his own 35 yard line. Michigan call-
After the freshmen had divided ed for time out for Baer who was in-
their class into three groups, one sur- jured.
rounding each pole for the flag rush, Crofoot made two yards through his
the sophomores crashed the first pole right guard. Weber intercepted
with a flying wedge. After seven Rose's forward pass giving Michigan
minutes one of the red-faced youths possession of the ball in midfield.
managed to get to the pole and was Hoffman gained three yards around
boosted to within reach of the green right end. Weber added two more
ribbon. The achievement gave the by hitting the line.
second year class their first point. Friedman's pass to Flora was in-
Time was taken out for five minutes. complete. Gilbert punted and Ooster-
With the resumption of activities, baan knocked the ball out of bounds
the sophomores attacked the second on Wisconsin's 5 yard line. Harmon
pole. After ten minutes of tussling i gained three yards on* a line buck.
the flag remained still intact, although I Crofoot made two yards on a quar-
at. two different times a secondyear terback sneak. Shuette punted to his
man started up the pole only to be own 35 yard line when Von Bremer
jerked down again by the freshman. downed the ball.
The games were terminated with the I Hoffman skirtedleft end for a
firing of the gun, the yearlings win- twelve yard run. Gilbert ran around
ning two more points in the event for MIright end for eleven yards, giving
a total of four. Their superior num- Michigan still another first down. On
bers told the tale. a delayed buck formation, Gilbert
The first year men left the field in took the ball to Wisconsin's 4 yard
snake-dance fashion, zig-zagging up Wline.
State street to South University ave- yar lnl left guard for two more
nue, through the engineering arch yards and thei plunged through the
and down the diagonal to the steps of center of the line for his second touch-
Angell hall where they were photo- down. Friedman miade his third p~oint
graphed. after touchdown by kicking goal.
Score, Michigan 24, Wisconsin 0. l
Harmon kicked out of bounds on
Harmon kicked off to Gilbert who Michigan's 48 yard line. Harmon
returned the ball 25 yards before I izi k f.nn i me to r'la-r

Led by Captain Kennedy, Ohio
State's cross country team swept to
a decisive victory in the triangular
race with Michigan and Illinois har-
riers this morning over the five mile
course starting at Ferry field and
finishing on the University golf
course. The score was Ohio State 27,
Michigan 37, Illinois 62. This was
Michigan's first defeat- of the season.
Kennedy took a commanding lead
at the start of the run and was never
headed. He ran a great race-and
finished more than 250 yardsrahead of
the field. Kennedy's time was 26
minutes, 61 seconds. The strength
and balance of the Buckeye team was
clearly shown as_.they took 6 of the
first 11 places. Only the first five
men on each team counted in the
score, however.
Ted Hornberger came in behind
Kennedy to take second place and
was followed by another Wolverine,
Capt. Clayton Briggs, who was ten
yards further back. Both men ran
well and left a small gap between
them and the rest -of the field. Mon-
roe ran a good race for'Michigan and
finished in sixth place after giving all
he had. Iskenderian came in next for
the Wolverines finishing twelfth. La-
mont, a sophomore, was the other
Michigan man to break into the scor-
ing, finishing two places behind Isken-
derian.
McElwee was the first of Coach
Gill's Illini to cross the finish line
taking -seventh place. McElwee found
the going a bit too rough and not to
his liking. Stiene was the next Illi-
nois man to finish, gaining tenth
place. Other men who scored for the
Indians were Stellner, thirteenth, No-
vak, fifteenth, and McGrath, six-
teenth. Coach Gill only entered eight
men against ten each for Michigan
and Ohio State.
Edgar and Gammie of the Buckeye
contingent finished in fourth and fifth
places, respectively, not far behind
Hornberger and Briggs. Donnel
finished eighth and Baker ninth for
the Ohio team. Wostschok, finished
eleventh.
Prof. Harry Carver was the referee
and :starter. Only a small crowd was
en hand to greet the men as they
finished.
WASHINGTON-President Coolidge
1today, autographed the football that
,will be used in the annual service
game on the Pacific coast, on Armis-
tice day.

Yost's stellar halfback, who showed
himself supreme in the punting duel
'of the opening period, and made sev-
eral spectacular runs during the
game.
The Press Box
Wisconsin got into Michigan's ter-
ritory twice during the first half,
both times on punts to Michigan's 15
and 20 yard lines, respectively.
Michigan attempted nine forward
passes during the first half, com-
pleting five and having none inter-
cepted. Wisconsin attempted only one
heave in the first two periods, which
was . blocked.{
Michigan's block "M" looked very
ragged today; many of the yellow
capped rooters were missing, spoiling
the effect.
During the first half Michigan made
six first downs and the Badgers made
one.

out.
Friedman threw a long pass to
Oosterbaan who made a spectacular
catch to complete the pass, the play
uetting' Michigan 32 yards, placing the
ball on Wisconsin's 21 yard line.
Friedman's pass to Gilbert was in-
complete, Hoffman failed to gain on
a wide end run. Friedman's pass to
Gilbert was incomplete. Nyland re-
placed Flora. Michigan called time
out for Friedman.
Friedman threw a pass to Ooster-
baan but the end was not able to
snare the high pass. Michigan lost
the ball on downs on the Badger 27
yard line. Barnum passed to Welch I
but the play was incomplete. Bar- I
num was throw'n for a 13 yard loss
when he attempted to throw a forward
pass. Gabel broke through and threw
Harmon for a seven yard loss, bring-
ing the ball back to Wisconsin's six
yard line.f
Barnum punted to Gilbert in mid-!
field, the halfback returning the kick
Ito Wisconsin's 31 yard line. However,I
the play was recalled because Michi-
gan was offside. Barnum kicked to

the ball in the Badger's possession on
the Michigan 35 yard line.{
Michigan 24, Wisconsin 0.
FOURTH QUARTER
Kasiska substituted for Wagner.
Gilbert blocked Rose's forward pass.,
Mansfield threw a long pass close to
Michigan's goal but Hoffman blocked
it. Michigan was given the ball on
its own 33 yard line when Wisconsin
failed to make its downs. Weber
made five yards through center.
f Wieber hit the line again for three
more yards. Gilbert punted to Cro-
foot who was downed by Oosterbaan
on Wisconsin's 25 yard line. Har-
mon made a yard through left tackle.
A forward pass from Mansfield to I

EXTRA STAFF
Editor
Ellis B. Merry
Assistants
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Philip C. Brooks
Miles Kimball
Morris Zwerdling
G. Thomas McKean
William Thurnau
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Business Manager
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