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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 23.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1927

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HOFFMAN'S LONG RUN
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FINAL "BREAK THE
14 iBEATING MICWI
A BADGER'S RIOT

BY

PENALTY COSTS WISCONSIN
A TOUCHDOWN DURING
SECOND QUARTER
WISCONSIN HOLDS EDGE IN PLAY
DURING FIRST TWO PERIODS;
GIL BERT KICKS WELL
By Herbert E. Vedder, Sports Editor
CAMP RANDALL FIELD, MADISON, Wis., Oct. 15.-Michi-
gan chalked up her first Conference victory of the 1927 season here this
afternoon by winning her tenth game from the Badgers in the eleven
contests played since 1899.
The pony backs of the Wolverines were more effective than those of
Wisconsin and combined off tackle slants with the forward pass to spoil'
Glenn Thistlethwaite's debut in the Conference with a Wisconsin team.
Tad Wieman had the good fortune to be leader of the victors in his first
taste of Big Ten competition as head coach.
Michigan's reserves took the field!
first for a short work out, followed a Hoffman recovered on the Michigan 35
tew minutes later by the Wisconsin yard line. Miller made one yard
frst eleven. The other 50 men on the through the line. Binish tackled Hoff-
Badger squad then ran across the field man for a 3 yard loss. Gilbert punted'
to their bench on the west side of the and Oosterbaan downed the ball on
feld justras. the officials gathered in Wisconsin's 3q yard line. Rose sifted
gan first teaemthran onthe field. through right tackle for six yards.
Capt Oosterbaan antCrofoot took Crofoot recovered a poor pass from
th 4 Osterbh ta~ rofoo t tosokg center and lost a yard, Bovard making
the center of the stage for the tossing the tackle. Crofoot punted the ba ll
of the coin, the latter winning the I ut of bounds on the Michigan 20
toss. , He elected to defend the north yard line.
goal taking advantage of a brisk i a, T
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Oosterbaan
"Pommerening
Palmeroli
Bovard
Baer
Gabel
Taylor
Hoffman
Babcock
Gilbert
Rich
Officials: 1

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RG
RT
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QB
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Cameron
Binish
Sykes
Wilson
Parks
Wagner1
Davies1
Crofoot (Capt.)
Cuisinier I
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Smith
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'WOLVERINE GIDMEN I
HOLD LARGE MARGIN
OVERBADGER TEA MS
WISCONSIN WINS ONLY TWO
CONTESTS; RELATIONS
COVER 35 YEARS
SCORELESS SINCE 1923'
Old Files' Of Wisconsin Daily Yield
Details Of First Contest Held
In 1892 At -Madison

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Radio returns by courtesy of the
Stofflett Phono Shops.

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Captain Plays
Excellent Game

Northwestern. Un
Hedges (Dartmouth)
N. C. Kearns (D
Linesman: J. J. Lip

Navy Team Leads
Notre Dame, 6-0
BALTIMORE, Md., Oct. 15.-In the
feature intersectional grid contest of
the day Coach Bill Ingram's Navy
eleven possessed a 6-0 advantage over
Knute Rockne's Notre Dame squad at
the end of the first half.
Navy scored in the second quarter
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PENT.UP SPIRIT, OF LONG WAIT
BREAKS AFTER HUGE
MA SS-MEEITNG
SEEK CRUSHING DEFEAT
Building Fronts Daubed With Cries Of
Victory-seeking Students In
Ton Of Madison
(Special Wire to The Daily)
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 15.-Eager for
a Wisconsin victory over Michigan in
today's Important grid clash at Ran-
dall Stadium, thetBadger student body
broke loose last night and painted the
town of Madison "Red." The pent-up
spirit of many months broke forth fol-
lowing a huge mass meeting on the
lower campus last night.
Building fronts and sidewalks bear
such signs as "Break the Jinx"-"Beat
Michigan,"┬░ "Varsity Out to Trim the
Wolves" and "Yump on Yost." This
spirit emanates through the players
who will bear the Cardinal against the
powerful Maize and Blue today. Wis-
consin has a better chance to upset
-Michigan this year than they have had
for some time, going into the game as
they are-the under dogs.
This will be the last chance for

Badger Halfback
Stars For Team

6 fter holding the ball do
Wolverine supremacy over Wiscon- Dame territory througlh
sin grid teams in the past is revealed the first period. A cap,
in the 35 year record of the rival in- witnessedthe game whic
stitutions which credits Michigan with nate one of the contenders
10 victories and one tie in the 13 con- honors.
tests played.
Files of the 1892" Wisconsin Daily
Cardinal carry the following brief ac- $ Northwestern
wnt of the first contest played be-
tween the rival elevens: Ohio State,
"Our first season under the regime:
of the Northwestern Intercollegiate COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct
Athletic association was opened here western staged a great4
on Saturday by the football game be- defeat Coach John Wi
tween the elevens of the University of touted Buckeyes by a sc
Michigan and the University of Wis- after trailing the Ohio sq
consin. out most of the game.
"The Michigan boys carried off the practically eliminates th

:eep in Notre
lut most of
acity crowd
h will elimi-
s for national
Beats
19-13
. 15.-North-
comeback to
lee's highly
core .of 19-13
uad through-
The defeat
e Ohio team

FIRST QUARTER
Gilbert kicked to Crofoot who re-
turned the ball to the 32 yard line.
Rose was stopped without gain. Cro-
foot dashed off tackle but the ball was
brought back and Michigan penalized
five yards'for offside. Smith hit cen-
ter for a yard. Crofoot punted.
straight up but Babcock let the ball
roll to the Michigan 26 yard line.
Babcock failed to gain at left tackle:
Gilbert punted, Oosterbaan downing
the ball on the Wisconsin 35 yard line.
Crofoot circled right end for 9 yards
but the ball was brought baek and
Wisconsin penalized 15 yards for
holding.
Wisconsin took time out. Rose
made 5 yards off left tackle. Crofoot
was nailed for a 2 yard loss. Crofoot
punted to Babcock who let the ball
bopnce out of his hands on the 40
yard line but recovered. Babcock made
3 yards off right tackle, but then lost
one yard at the left side. Gilberts
punt bounced backwards after landing
and gave Wisconsin first down on its
own 40 yard line. Rose made one
yard at center. Rose's pass to Davies
was wild. Crofoot punted to Gilbert
who signalled for a fair catch on the
35 yard line. Babcock attempted an
end run across the field but could not
gain. A pass Gilbert to Hoffman was'
wide. Gilbert punted out of bounds
on Wisconsin's 30 yard line. Rose
was stopped without gain.
Crofoot made 11 yards through the
line before Baer downed him in the
center of the field. Hoffman missed a
tackle at Rose who carried the ball,
out of bounds on Michigan's 35 yard
line. A double pass play made only"
one yard. Miller replaced Babcock at
left half. Rose's pass to Cameron
failed. Another pass Rose to Crofoot
failed when Crofoot dropped the ball
and Wisconsin was penalized 5 yards
for the second successive incompleteI
pass. Crofoot punted to Michigan's,
10 yard line.
Guided by perfect interference Mil-
ler went around right end for 13 yards
and a first down. Michigan was pen-
alized 15 yards. Gilbert punted from
his own goal line, to Quisner who
dropped the ball, which Taylor and

imer was snirc tdo the safety pose-
tion. Rich hit left tackle for 5 yards,
and Gilbert added 3 yards more as
the quarter ended.
SECOND QUARTER
Gilbert punted to Crofoot on the
Wisconsin 34 yard line. Gabel set
Rose back 5 yards. Smith hit right
guard for three yards. Crofoot punt-
ed and Davies downed the ball on
Michigan's 39 yard line. Miller took
the ball out of bounds. Oosterbaan's
longpass to Gilbert was intercepted
by Rose on the Wisconsin 15 yard line
after a remarkable run. The Wiscon-
sin back outran Gilbert and snatched
an apparently complete pass out of his
fingers. Crofoot made one yard around
Oosterbaan's end.
Cuisiner made a yard at the line.
The passes from Wisconsin's center,
Wilson, were poor and proved costly.
to thre Badgers. Crofoot sent a short
punt to Oosterbaan on the Wisconsin
36 yard line. Miller made 3 yards at
right tackle. Wisconsin took time out.
On a tricky quadruple pass play
Hoffman carried the ball 32 yards un-
til he was forced out of bounds on the
Wisconsin one yard line. This play
was extremely complicated. At the
start it seemed as though it would be
a repitition of the famous "83" play,
but Hoffman took the pass and cir-
cled the end unguarded..
Rich went over for the touchdown.
Gilbert kicked goal for the extra
point. Michigan 7, Wisconsin 0. J
Gabel received Binishs short kick
off, carrying the ball to the Michigan
34 yard line. Gilbert made a beauti-
ful punt which Crofoot ran back to
his own 30 yard line. Rose made 4
yards at center. On a close forma-
tion Cuisiner was set back two yards,
Pommerening making the tackle. Cro-
foot was stopped for a 2 yard loss by
Gabel. Crofoot barely recovered a
poor pass from center, after it went
out of bounds on the 40 yard line, but
the ball was recalled, and Michigan
was penalized 5 yards for offside, giv-
ing Wisconsin a first down. Rose lost
a yard in a line plunge.
Crofoot ran 20 yards on a beautiful
play around right end getting by Gil-
bert and Hoffman. A pass, Rose to
Cuisiner, was complete for a 5 yard
gain. Pommerening- set Rose back 3
yards. Rebholz replaced Smith, and
} Warren went in, for Davies at right
end. Gilbert was -hurt when he at-
tempted to intercept a pass from Rose
to Warren. Michigan took time out.
i Gilbert's injury was not serious and
he resumed play. A pass, Crofoot to
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Gene Rose
Consistent ground gainer and sensa-
tional halfback whose all-around play
allowed the Badgers to outplay Mich-
igan during the first half although the
Wolverines held a 7-0 lead after the
second period.
Aside . from advancing the ball
through great off tackle slants and
wide end runs, Rose threw several ac-
curate passes into the arms of the
Badger captain, "Toad" Crofoot.
Rebholz threw the forward pass to
Crofoot for a Wisconsin touchdown but
the ball was recalled preventing the
Wisconsin eleven from tieing the
score.
baan and Palmeroli downing Crofoot
on Michigan's 41 yard line. Ooster-
baan debated with Masker at length
but the referee gave Wisconsin the
ball on Michigan's 27 yard line on a
penalty. Rebholz hurled a beautiful
pass to Crofoot, the latter going over
for a touchdown, but the ball yas re-
called to the 27 yard line and Wiscon-
sin penalized 15 yards for clipping.
Rich intercepted a pass on his 37
yard line. Miller failed to gain. Gil-
bert punted deep into Wisconsin's ter-
ritory as the half ended.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 0.
SECOND HALF
Binish kicked off to Gilbert who re-
turned the ball to his own 46 yard line
before being downed. Rich carried
the ball for no gain. Gilbert's pass
to Taylor was within an ace of be-
ing complete when Rose blocked the
.pass. Gilbert was injured and took
time out. Gilbert passed to Hoffman

honors of the day by a score of 10 to from championship consideration.
6, but it was only after a hard fought
FIRST QUARTER
Iowa State 6, Illinois 0.
FORMER GAMES I Penn State 0, Pennsylvania 0.
4 Chicago 7, Purdue 0.
I j Mich. Wis. j FIRST HALF
i 1892............. 10 6 Minnesota 7, Indiana 7.
| 1893..... ...... 18 36 ( Ohio State 7, Northwestern 6.
I 1899................ 5 17 Yale 6, Brown 0.
' 1902................ 6 ' 0 Syracuse 13, Georgetown 0.
I 1903...............16 0 I Navy 6, Notre Dame 0.'
1 1904...............28 0 Princeton 6, Washington and Lee 0.
1905................ 12 0 Harvard 14, Holy Cross 6.
I 1921............... CUniversity of Detroit 26, Columbia
I 1922................ 13 6 _olege__._
1 19237..............6 3 1
I 1924.21 0 who returned the ball to Wisconsin's
I 1925.....21 0 34 yard line.
' 1926...............37 0 ( Gilbert's pass was blocked when
three Wisconsin players rushed in on
'him. Miller, by a clever bit of dodg-
battle. Michigan's victory was due ing, made 3 yards before being downed
principally to the fine playing of by Wilson. Gilbert passed to Rich
Jewettrighthalfback and the sup- for a four yard gain, making it
Jewett, halfback, sup- fourth down and 3 to go. Hoffman
port they rendered by their excellent sdow' d b 'rtkgo. Won
blocing nd acklng.was downred by Kresky, and Wiscon-
blocking and tackling, sin took the ball on its own 26 yard
"Wisconsin, however, had a fine line..
rush line averaging 190 pounds, and I Pommerening and Palmeroli
near the end of the first half knocked brought Rose down for a four yard
Harding, Michigan center, senseless, loss. Rebholz gained at center but
forcing Heninger to replace him. was recalled, and Michigan was pen-
Michigan was about to score again alized 5 yards for being offside. Rose
when time was called." , was stopped in his tracks on a double
In the next year the Badgers de- pass back of the line. Rebholz punted
feated the Wolverines by 'a 36-16 across the field to Miller who allowed
margin after which no games were the ball to roll to Michigan s 29 yard
layed until 1899 when Wisconsin won line. Gilbert was stopped for a 5 yard
plae ni 89we icni o loss when. four' Wisconsin players
the last game they have ever won broke through, Von Bremer finally
from Michigan, 17-5. making the tackle.
Since that time the Yost coached Taylor was badly injured, and car-
teams have won nine of the 10 con- ried off the field by Capt. Oosterbaan.
tests played, the 1921 encounter re- In the dressing room it was learned
sulting in a 7-7 tie. that the injury was a recurrence of
Besides winning all of the games the back trouble that has bothered
played in the 1903-1905 and 1922-1926 Taylor all season. Coach Wieman
intervals inclusive, the Wolverines sent Nyland in at right end.
Crofoot took Gilbert's punt :around
have allowed the Badgers only 16 .his right end to..the W
points, holding them scoreless since yard ine efe be Wisconsin 35
1923,' yard line before being, dokvned-.
' Rose-"was stopped by Baer without
gain. Crofoot got away for 5 yards be-
bounds for a 2 yard los on the 20 fore being downed by Rich. Rebholz's

Wolverines that he has played t
past two games, he will be well on d
way to the cherished position of fie
general of the. Big Ten All-Conferen
team.
Three radio stations have set
their equipment at Camp Randall a'
will take the air at 1:30 o'clock, o
half hour before the opening whist
WGN, with Quin Ryan at the "mike
"Red" Mich announcing for WHA a
the Milwaukee Journal station, WTM.
will assure the fans throughout ti
section a splendid choice or-which
tune in.
A good open sale of tickets tod
will bring the crowd up to 35,000. Sp
cial trains arrived last night and ti
morning from Ann Arbor and Detrc
carrying 5,000 Wolverine fans.
SIDELIGHTS

' Capt. Benny Oosterbaan
Whose stellar work at the end of
the Michigan line was one of the fea-
tures of yesterday's game with the
Badgers. Time after time the fleet
Wisconsin backs were stopped at his
end and his playing on offense. con-
stituted a constant threat that Michi-
gan would unleash a passing attack.

punt was blocked but Rebholz recov-
ered. Miller received Rebholz's punt
on the next play and was drowned on
Michigan's 47 yard line. Cuisinerwas
substituted for Kresky at right half.
Michig'an was penalized for roughing,
the penalty being half the distance to
the goal. With the ball on Michigan's
22 yard; line Gilbert punted to Crofoot
who was downed by Baer on Wiscon-
sins 32 yard line Rose carried the
ball through right guard for a yard.
Rose finally' broke ┬░through Michigan's
right tackle for six yards but the ball
was returned and Wisconsin was pen-
alized 5 yards for being offside.
On a cross formation play Rose
made seven yards before being stop-
ped by-Oosterbaan who ran across be-
hind the line todmake the tackle as
the quarter ended.s
Xiehlgan' 7, Wisconsin 0.

Bill Puckelwartz was in uniform
and looked fine in practice, though he
still has his hand bandaged. He went
through a general passing drill with
the linemen. Frank Harrigan was in-
cluded in the drill and scarcely show-
ed signs of his injury.
-'The-band of 160 pieces took the field
just before the game, and made one
of the most auspicious showings a col-
lege band has ever made, rivalling the
Illinois concert band and those of the
Ohio-Michigan contest last season.
Wisconsin's great cardinal-caped
band. played the "Yellow and Blue"
before the W~olverine section to open
ceremonies between the halves. The
band then played in front of the Bad-
ger cheering section and marched
from the field single fle without fur-
ther ado to cut the ceremonies short.

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SQUAD TO ATTEND RACE
Members of the Wolverine
football squad have been invited
to witness the national automo-
bile racing championships which

on Wisconsin's 35 yard line, and Hoff- yanline._cen
man pushed on until forced out of Rebholz kicked out of bounds on I dow
bounds on the Wisconsin 18 yard line. Michigan's 47 yard line, Von Bremer, I TOUCHDOWN ILLEGAL BECAUSE sin
Miller lost one yard. Taylor took substitute guard, downing the ball. OF HOLDING dow
the ball on a criss-cross play around Kresky replaced Cuisiner at right I Cro
end but gained only a yard. Ooster- right half. Baer made 3 yards at right I The play which resulted in a I and
h-n fls, .l n .- i iar nl. o-,rn ,-n - ha - aiht.' I Wisconsin touchdown near the end I 1in

FOURTH QUARTER
lebholz kicked to Miller, who re-
ned it to the 26 yard line. Rich
wed through center to his own 35 I
'd line. Rich added another yard at I
ter, but was-a foot short of first I
Nn. Gilbert punted to the Wiscon- I
20 yard line where the ball was I
wned by Capt. Oosterbaan. Capt.
foot fumbled a pass from center I
was downed on his own 10 yard I
e On a fake kick formation Smith I

THE EXTRA STAFF
Editor
Nelson, J. Smith, Jr.
Assistants
Stewart Hooker
Kenneth Patrick
Jo H. Chamberlin
Clarence Edelson
David Scheyer
Harold Passman
Howard Simon
C. S. Monroe
Wilton A. Simpson
Robert Silbar
W. B. Davis
Philip C. C. Brooks
Milton Kirshbaum

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