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TVE DAYS ; VEMBER 23, 1924


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weich illanoillveberale oene.i
Each ]house is reel.c t tite t)urn ii
its entries to the jl lraimvral offhce b
;r ~Friday, Novembeor 26.
Senior literary students defeatedl the
" ~Junior enginieer team inl the senii-.
final game of the campus speedball
tournament by a score of 19 to <' yes-
terday afternoon. Tphe senior literarya
team will mneet the a',-AMedic team lat
4:30 o'clock this afternooni on the
south Ferry field gridi~ron.
Yale's crew carried the American
colors to victory in the 1924 Olympic
championship at Paxils.



WitnA. Simcpson saying, "There seems to b)e some
if the Michigan band, was to select s ,ecret about Michigan's success, and
an appropriate song to play after thej the only way for us to find it out is to
'Wolverine victory over Minnesota, the keep on playing the Wolverines."
1 drum-major would have to discard the
"Victors" and play "This is our lucky l Michigan's strongest defense
I day." Michigan gained a 7 to 63 vie,-! was ylinnesota's forward pass. If
tory', but in a strict sense, did not ! the Gophers hadl kept to rushing
defeat the Gophers. Minnesota had hIt'e ball, they wtould have undoubt-
more power than it could use, hut the edly scored miore than once. Tine
power wasn't under proper control. and lime again they -would parade
IThe Gophers defeated themselves in; .downthe11 field only to let soneic1
a game of brainsiversus brawn. N1uhgan back intercept a for.
i - Avaird pass within the 25 yard zone. 1
The Gophers gained enoughc Out of the l2 forward. passes the
ground on ruzshing to carry the Cophers attemipted, Michigan in- 1
basll all over the state of iic- I i'reepted six, and all ini crucial
rota. Ninnesota m~ade 19 firstI iimomients.
downs and tMe Wolverines muade --
three. The Gophers oulgiained Michigan was in a bad way when
the. Yostnien 11 yards to one, yet the teamw left the field at the end of
Minnesota was, able to score only the first half, but a few words from(3
j once touchdown. X ost it the dIressing rooms made a
-cmltchneithatiuefThe Minnesota fans are still won- ! th squiad. Michigan came back onto 1
d ering how they lost after makingI the ;field wvith determination and re-
so much grou1nd. One Norseman said, fused to let Minnesota make first
"No matter hiow good we are, we can't'(downls at will. Eckersall had been
beat Michigan. At the "little brown waving his hand to the head linesman
jug" banquet, Coach Spears put the all afternoon and it was time he
situation in a little different light by should rest.

Durinig the game Michiigani got
three breaks and look adianta
of every one. Barnhart kicked at
low hunlt which lit Bater in t he
chest and bounded beck to the
Minnesota kicker. Baer, who
blocked the kick, recoveredI the
ball and gave Mi1chigan a chance
to score. After failing on three
line p~luniges; Micligaii resorted to
lthe forward pass to effect a score.
On a fake kick formjation, Fried-
man tlhrtv a pass to Oosterbaan
on the goal line, but two Gopliers
-were there to knock the ball down
behind the goal.
Lovette is responsible for giving-
Michigan its scoring chance. He
broke through the Minnesota line and
hit Nydahl about waist high-and plop
-the ball was free and directly in

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front of Oosterbaan. Oosterbaan LOST-Pair of bone rim glasses wth
scooped up the ball and was away like ! name inside of ease, at Grid-graph.
a fire horse answering a 7-11 call. TheI Rewar'd. A. A. Brubaker, Dial 5482.
big Michigan end ran awkwardly, but 49-50-51
"he was going places" and was not to
be stopped. One Gopher backfield LOST-Friday noon, ollong white
man made a great attempt to overtakeI gold wr'ist watch, Maynard S. and
Oosterbaan, but when the race ended Second by the way of Will1iam St.
he was in second. place, 10 yards be- inquire 537 Second St. 45-49-50
Shind. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
LOST-Fur lined glove for right
Priednian, who had. so conasist- hand, in Natural Science Aud, Fri-
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j riedman sent the ball directly
bplepmthLj n LI JJUtL_


R~oger (Colt!
.F - ne h blliardlist, htas just set a
niew rl ~d's rec(ord for the 13.2 balk-I
hlengot~ by. making a runi of 732 in
a' match against Louis Cure at the
Olympic club in Paris.


Waltter Weber pae a great gameI
in his last appearance for Michigan.
He made more tackles in that one
game than he has in any other two
battles. Almquist was caught between
Joesting and, the mighty Weber, and,
had to be carried from the field on
a stretcher. The Gopher quarterback}
Iwas leading the way for Joesting, but1

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