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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 29

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1927 PRICE FIVE CENTS

I

OOSTERBAAN'S TOSS
TO CILBERT RESULTS
IN FIRST TOUCHDOWN

RECORD CROWD WATCHES GAME

SCORE BY QUARTERS

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INVADERS 0
FIRST HALF J
WOLVE
PUCKLEWARTZ GE
FIRST HALF;.
IN SECOND
.By Herbert E. Ved
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIG
MICH., Oct. 22.-Michigaan's gridir
the ceremonies at the formal openi
stadium here this afternoon, troun4
eleven and overcoming the feared "de
By their victory in this great g
today, the Wolverines definitely stam
for their third consecutive Western C
and Blue eleven displayed its best fo
machine downing the fast Ohio eleve
Just a few moments before 3 o'clock
the Michigan eleven raced onto the
field amid, a deafening roar of cheer-
ing. Immediately following them
came Ohio's red-jerseyed eleven with
almost as great an ovation.
Captains Oosterbaan and Meyer of
Michigan and Ohio State respectively,
took the field for the toss which was
won by Ohio. Two fair young ladies
presented the big chrysanthemums to
Captains Oosterbaan and Meyer, Oos-
terbaan getting the gold one and
Meyer the red one. Ohio chose to de-
tend the south goal. There is a brisk
wind whipping across the field from
the west.
FIRST QUARTER
Gilbert kicked off to Huston on the
7 yard line, Huston returning the ball
to the Ohio 31-yard line before being
downed. Huston was smothered for
no gain at the Michigan right tackle.
A beautiful tackle by Nyland stopped
Rowan in an in-around play for a
2-yard loss. Grim punted to Miller
on the luichigan 35-yard line, Miller
returning the ball to Michigan's 44-
yard line.
Raskowski was hurt on the play as
Ohio took time out. Huston is playing
for Eby at left half back. Marek is
the right half back. Gilbert, attempt-
ing to strike off his right tackle was
held-for no gain. Gilbert's pass was
intercepted by Huston on the Ohio 35-
yard line, Huston running the ball.
bac1i 7 yards. Huston passed to Marek,
Miller stopping Marek on the Michi-.
gan 35-yard line. Grim hit off Michi-'
gan's right tackle and took the bal
to Michigan's 25-yard line before be-
ing downed by Capt. Oosterbaan.
Ohsner plunged for two yards. Ohs-1
ner was stopped for a yard loss' by
Rich. Marek let Huston's perfect pass
slip out of his hands. Fourth down
and eight yards to go.
Marek's. place kick scarcely left the,
ground, but rolled across Michigan's
goal line and it was Michigan's ball
en their own 20-yard line.
Gilbert punted, the ball being down-
ed by Gabel on the Ohio 35-yard line.
Ohsner carried the ball out of bounds,
losing a yard. Huston attempting a
run around 'Oosterbaan's end made
two yards. Grim kicked short, Rown

3rd 4th

UTPLA YED IN
B3Y FIGHTING
RINE S
OHIO STATE MICHIGAN
TS INTO ,GAME IN Alber..........LE..Oosterbaan(C)
EB Y IS HURT Raskowski.......LT. ..Pomuterening
tCox .............LG....... . meroli
QUARTER Ullery............C..........Bovard
QMeyer (capt.)....RG............Bae
Ness r ..........T ........ ,...G be
der, Sports Editor Rowan ..........RE.......... Nyland
AN STADIUM, ANN ARBOR, Grim ...........QB.......Hoffman
Huston .........LH........Miller
on machine tpook definite charge of Marek.........RH.......Gilbert
ng of her great new million dollar Ohsner ..........FB............ Rich
cing Ohio State's scarlet and gray Officials-Makser, Northwestern, ref-
eree; Haines, Yale, umpire; Young,
edication jinx.. Illinois Wesleyan, field judge; Hus-
ridiron classic of the Middle West ton, Parsons, head linesmen.
ped themselves as strong contenders
onference football title. The MaizeA
otball of the season, a well-balanced I FORMER GAMES
n to gain a victory. Michigan Ohio
downing the ball on Michigan's 49- 1897... . ........34 0
yard line. Gilbert slipped a pass too 1900.. . . ..........0 0
far for Oosterbaan. Miller carried the 1901 ................ 21 0 j
ball at right tackle, but gained noth- I 1902 ................ 86 0
ing, Raskowski making the tackle. - 1903...............36 0
Rich smashed through center for two 1 1904....... . ....31 6 '
yards. 1905 ...............40 0
Gilbert punted to Huston out of { 1906................6 0 f
bounds on Ohio's 15-yard line. Ohsner : 1907...............22 0 I
went through guard for three yards. 1908............... 10 6 I
Baer and Pommerenning stopped Hus- I 1909.............33 6 I
ton. ' Ohio substituted Eby for Hus- | 1910................3 3
ton at the left half. Ackerman went I 1911............. 19 0 I
in for Rowan. Eby kicked to Gilbert 1 1912 ........... . . ... 14 0 I
on Michigan's 45-yard line, the Wol- | 1918...............14 0 |
verine halfback carrying the ball back I 1919................3 . 13 1
to the Ohio 42-yard line. Gilbert's ! ! 1920. ............ ...7 .14
pass to Oosterbaan was incomplete. 111922............. 19 0
Rich fumbled the ball and Marek re- 1 1923.......... ... 23 0
covered on Ohio's 44-yard line. Marek I 1924 ................ 16 6
was stopped. 11925 ...............10 01
On an end-around play Ackerman j 1926...............17 16 I
was tackled by Nyland, losing a yard. C
A short pass, Eby to Grim failed. Eby
punted to Gilbert on Michigan's 25- ball"for a yard gain. Domhoff was
yard line, Gilbert returning the ball thrown for a yard loss. Gilbert pass-
to his -own 30-yard line. Miller dis- ed to Oosterbaan but the ball was
played pretty funning to cut off knocked down just out of Bennie 's
Ohio's left tackle for 6 yards. Miller reach. Gibr punt out of bonds
was thrown, for an eight-yard loss on agahsGiethedtals
an attempted triek double pass. Gil- again, this time the ball going out on
bert punted to Eby on the Ohio 30- Ohio's 14-yard line. 'Ohsner took the
yard line, Nyland and Pommerening ball for a yard. Eby punted out of
bringing him down on the 32-yard bounds on Ohio's 47-yard line.
.hn3Domhoff took the ball, passed it to
line. Ohio took time out. Gembis who punched through for
Gembis was substituted for Rich. A four yards. Miller made a yard on
triple pass back of the line of scrim- a similar play. Gilbert passed to
mage resulted in Eby's being forced Gembis for a first down on the Ohio
out of bounds after a three-yard gain 35-yard line, Gembis skidding and
around his right end. The ball was faling down as he caught the ball.
brought back and Michigan penalized Miller lost six yards on a wide end
five yards for offside. Grim was stop- run.
ped for no gain on the delayed quar- Oosterbaan came back from end to
terback sneak. take the ball he passed to Gilbert on
A double pass to Ackerman resulted the Ohio 15-yard line, Gilbert running
in a short loss, Gabel making the across for Michigan's first touchdown
tackle. Eby passed the ball Alber and untackled. The play was more decep-
it was incomplete. Eby's low kick tive because Michigan had stationed
traveled only to the Michigan 40-yard sleeper across the field for an ap-
line. Miller played off his own left parent pass. Gilbert kicked a perfect'
tackle for six yards. Gilbert got loose goal for the extra point. Michigan, 7;
again at left tackle and made his first Ohio State, 0.
down on Ohio's 41-yard line. Gilbert Gilbert kicked off to Grim on Ohio's
was stopped for no gain on the next 10-yard line, the Buckeye running the
tackle. Alber made the ackle. Joe ball back to his own 32-yard line be-
Gembis smashed through left guard fore being downed by Baer. Grim
for four yards. Gembis took the ball took the ball for four yards on a quar-
for no gain as the quarter ended on terback sneak. A pass, Grim to Marek,
,Ohio's 36-yard line, was fumbled but Marek recovered, los-
SECOND (QUARTER ing four yards. Eby was trapped be-
Gilbert punted out of bounds on the hind a line of scrimmage on an at-
Ohio 14-yard line. Domhoff went in for tempted pass, and after eluding Mich-
Hoffman at quarterback for Michigan. igan tacklers half a dozen times was
Domhoff forced Eby out of bounds thrown for a six yard loss. Eby kick-
for a 3-yatd loss after attempting to ed to Gilbert on the Michigan 40-yard
run Oosterbaan's end. Ohsner made line, Gilbert running the ball back to
two yards, Gembis making the tackle. Ohio's 14-yard line behind perfect in-
Eby punted high to 'Miller who was terference before he was downed. It
!downed in his tracks on the Ohio 41- was a 45-yard run, and more than
yard line by Uridel. Gembis was stop- regained the ground qhio made on the
ped at the center of the line. Miller kick. Grim made the tackle.
was forced out of bounds after mak- Ohio substitutions: Kriss for
ing a five yard gain around Ooster- Marek. Ohio took time out. Fuller
baan's- end. Gilbert passed wide to was substituted for Gembis at full-
Gembis who was in the open field. back. Fuller went through left
Ohio substitutions: Uridel and guard for four yards. Raskowski
Smith for Nesser and Cox. threw Gilbert for a yard loss. On a
Gilbert kicked, Oosterbaan downing place kick formation, Fuller gained a
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Gilbert
Star

Turns In
Performance

N A E H R I R S UDT O C O M P E T E IN D U A L R C G I S U D E I

LOMONT AND WUERFUTL FAIL
FINISH WITHIN FIRST
FIVE RUNNERS

TO

Louis Gilbert
Michigan's kicking, running and
passing half who turned in one of his
best performances against Ohio State
this afternoon. His kicking during
the early part of -the game staved off
the invaders and he broke loose for
several good gains, going over for a
touchdown in the second quarter after
grabbing a pretty pass from Captain
Oosterbaan, for the first score of the
game. He received the ball on the
Ohio 15-yard line and twisted across
the goal line.
Shortly after making the touch-
down Gilbert returned a punt 45 yards
to the Ohio 14-yard line.
to the dressing rooms, but he is not
injured.
Fouch was substituted for Eby and
Robin Bell for Alber for Ohio. Har-
rigan replaced Gabel at right tackle
for Michigan, Fouch carrying the ball
on a fake end run, and passing .the
ball to Kriss for first down on Ohio's
47-yard line. Fouch was trapped and,
his wild pass was incomplete.
Oosterbaan made a beautiful tackle
of Fouch to stop him without gain. A
pass to Fouch was incomplete, Nyland
making a pretty tackle. Fouch punt-
ed to Michigan's 27-yard line, Puckel-
wartz making a beautiful catch on hisl
own 38-yard line. The half ended on
the. next play as Domhoff hit the line.
Score, Aichigan 7, Ohio 0.

MONROE AND CARLSON TIE
Ten Harriers Chosen By Coach Farrell
To Oppose Boilermakers In
First Conference Test
Ten Varsity cross country runners,
led for the fifth consecutive time by
Monroe, '29, and by a new harrier
star, Carlson, '29, in the time of 21:34,
qualified for the initial Varsity dual
meet next week at Lafayette with
Purdue.
Monroe's long strides again gained
him a tremendous early advantage in
the four mile grind, bnt Carlson's late
maker to loaf throughout the last half
rush and the tendency of the pace
mile forced the pair into a tie.
Herbert In Tird
Fully 100 yards behind the two
leaders trailed Herbert, '27, in third
place, followed closely by the promis-
ing freshman candidates, Groehn. Jes-
son and Lomont, the latter of the Var-
sity track squad, finished fifth andl
sixth respectively, Lomont's showing
being considerably less than was ex-
pected.
Wuerful, another Varsity runner
and now serving his second year as a
member of the cross country team,
failed to impress onlookers with his
time of approximately 22:10.
Wells, Goetz, Aubrey, Lowmaster,
and Smith are the others who prac-
tically clinched positions on the squad
that will invade Purdue next week, al-
though Coach Stephen J. Farrell hasj
indicated that further trials may be
held later in the week.
Grunow, '30E, whose excellent show-
ings in all the other elimination tests
throughout the season, was afflicted
with severe internal pains toward the
end of the run and was forced to with-
draw. '
The course extended over the fol-
lowing route: south on State street
for 1 1-4 miles, west approximately 3-4
mile, and north two miles to the finish
at the Ann Arbor golf links.

F OD17BALL~
TODAY2
FIRST QUARTER
Dartmouth 0, Harvard 0.
Yale 7, Army 0.
Princeton 7, Cornell 7.
Illinois 0, Northwestern 0,
Indiana 6, Notre Dame 0.1
Purdue 0, Wisconsin 0.
Navy 19, Duke 6.
Marquette 0, Creighton 0.]
Carnegie Tech 0, Pittsburgh 0.
Kansas Aggie 7, Oklahoma 7.
SECOND QUARTER
Minnesota 19, Iowa 0.
Dartmouth 10, Harvard 0. '
W. and J. 7 ,Lafayette 0.
Syracuse 6, Penn State 0.
Georgetown 13, West Virginia U. 0.
Columbus 12, Williams 0.
Notre Dame 7; Indiana 6.
Illinois 7; Northwestern 6.
THIRD QUARTER
Yale 10, Army 0.
Chicago 13; Pennsylvania 7.
FINAL SCO-RES
Yale 10; Army 6.
Princeton 21; Cornell 10.
Dartmouth 30; Harvard 6.
THE SIDELINES'
(Special to the Daily)
NEW MICHIGAN STADIUM, Oct. 22.1
-At 2 o'clock Ohio State's entire
football squad of 50 members trotted
onto the field led by four Buckeye
cheerleaders clad all in white. They]
were greeted by a tremendous yell
from the Ohio State section of 15,-
000 persons.
Ten minutes later six Michigan
cheerleaders with their blue and yel-
low megphones raced across the'
field before the Michigan sections in
the West stands. A "Yeah Ohio" was
the first cheer by the Michigan sec-
tion, and was followed a few seconds
later by a tremendous Michigan loco-
motive.
SUMMARY AT HAL'
Yards rushing: ,-
Michigan, 48; Ohio, 32.
Penalties: Michigan, 5; Ohio, 5.
Gilbert punted six times for an aver-
age of 37 yards. He kicked out of
bounds purposely several times,- how-
ever.
Eby, Grim, and Fouch averaged 30
yards on 10 punts. Eby's punts aver-
aged 35 on seven.
First downs: Ohio, 3; Michigan, 2.
Forward passes-Ohio, 7; 3 com-
pleted for 45 yards; 4 incomplete, none
intercepted.
Michigan, 6 passes;.1 intercepted, 2
complete for 56 yards, 3 incomplete.
Coach Jack Wilce's squad took the
field first shortly after 2 o'clock for
a light workout, returning to theirs
dressing rooms before'game time.
FOURTH QUARTER
Eby carried the ball around Mich-
igan's right end for 20 yards before
being forced out of bounds by Puck-
elwartz on Michigan's 42-yard line.
Grim was stopped.
Eby reversed his field brilliantly
for first down on Michigan's 31-yard
line. Gilbert knocked down a pass.
Eby made four yards. Eby's pass to
Alber was complete for first down on
Michigan's 14-yard line. Eby made
a yard. Ohsner plowed for three
more. C Im fumbled and recovered,
losing three yards. Grim's pass over
the goal line was knocked down by
kicks.
Gilbert faked a kik on the old "83"'
play, Hoffman holding the ball picked
it i f n ran 2 ,. > , Thi. c s c. -

THRONG OF, CLOSE TO
90,1000 PEOPLE, HERE
FOR TODY'S COMBAT
ANNU;ALCLASH WITH OHIO STATE
MARKS DEDICATION OF
NEW STADIUM
HOLD BRIEF CEREMONIES
Many'Notables in ProcessionBefore
Start of Game; Oostebaan
Is Honored
Ohio State today sought to repay
its dedication debt of five years ago.
Before the largest football crowd that
ever watched a game in Ann Arbor,
the Scarlet and Gray warriors and
the men of the Maize and Blue tangled
in the new stadium 'in the annual Ohio-
Michigan spectacle. The crowd was
estimated at close to 90,000.
Coach John Wilce's veteran eleven
from Columbus faced a greener but
none the less confident Michigan team,
coached for the first time by Elton E.
"Tad" Wieman. The teams 'took the
field this afternoon with weather con-
ditions, settings and enthusiasm well
nigh perfect. In many ways. the
spectacle resembled that of last year
when Michigan nosed out the Wilce-
men, 17-16 at Columbus before one of
football's greatest crowds. Ohio had
not forgotten that today.
Ceremonies Bref
Dedication ceremonies were brief
but impressive. The dedication pa-
rade marched.on the field shortly after
2:15 o'clock, headed by Ohio's scarlet
and gray- clad band and the Michigan '
unit, led by Gordon Packard, '28, and
halted before the flagpole at the south
end of the field. The immense crowd
joined in singing the national anthem,
followed by the "Yellow and Blue."
Just before game time the bands re-
turned to their seats and the field was
cleared for the Opening whistle.
Many notables were in he proces-
sion this afternoon. Gov. A. V. Dona-
hey, of Ohio, and Gov. Fred W. GIeen,
of Michigan, marched side by side at
the head of the procession behind the
two bands. Prof. Thomas F. French,
of Ohio -State, representing President
George W. Rightmire who was unable
to attend, and President Clarence
Cook Little were next in line. Back
of them marched the Regents of the
University of Michigan, the Board in
Control of Athletics and former win-
ners of the M, wearing their M-hats.
Oosterbaan Honored.
Before the opening of the, game
Captain Benny Oosterbaan Michigan's
All-American end was presented with
an eight foot sprig of Chrysanthe-
mums, as a token of appreciation of
his service to Michigan teams during
the past three years.
On the sidelines "Biff," very much
alive Wolverine mascot from the -De-
.troit zoo, stood symbolical of tradi-
tional Michigan fighting spirit.
At the game time the thousands that
poured into Ann Arbor since early
noon Friday, were assembled in the
filled bowl awaiting the opening whis-
tle. Ohio State rooters roared their
ap'proval, continuing the individual
celebrations they bad engineered since
early last night, their efforts now
combined into a single vociferous unit.
Shortly after 3 o'clock Michigan
went in to battle Ohio and the "dedi-
cation jinx."
For Michigan, kicking also played
a large part in the practice. Miller
worked almost exclusively on punting,
while Gilbert spent more time on
place kicks and kicking off. Joe
Gembis also worked at place kicking
and field goals, sending several over
the bar from 30 and 35 yards.
j THE EXTRA STAFF I
Editor I
I J. Stewart Hooker

Assistants
( Richard H. Milroy
( George Tilley.I
I Emmons A. Bonfield
| Harold L. Passman
( Ross W. Ross

PLAYER VS. EDITOR
One person who watched the
game today, by his own admission,
has a .great amount of respect for
a Michigan football team. Arthur
W. Vandenburg, editor and owner
of the Grand Rapids Herald, and
one of the prospective candidates
for United States senator, while
attending the Press convention
Just concluded, made the above
statement and gave an excellent
reason for arriving at that conclu-
sion. The editor it seems, was at
Michigan when Dan McGugen, who
he believes to'be "the most vicious
tackle that ever played football,"
+hn Unen At .h.+ +ime

THIRD QUARTER plete. Oosterbaan stopped Huston af-
Gilbert kicked off to Grim who re- ter he made five yards. Parker re-
turned the ball 15 yards to his own placed Baer for Michigan. Huston just
30 yard line. Huston was .stopped missed making first down in midfield.
dead by Rich who was back at full- Ohsner made a first down on Michi-
back for Michigan. Rich and Dom- gan's 48-yard line. Huston passed
hoff stopped Grim's rush at a two- complete to Marek for no gain, Ooster-
yard gain. Grim punted to Puckel- ban making the tackle.
wartz, who ran the ball back five or Huston made two yards, Parker
six yards to his 33-yard line. making the tackle. Gilbert intercept-
Gilbert carried the ball out of ed a forward pass from Huston on his
bounds. Domhoff sliced through right 40-yard line and ran to midfield. Mich-
guard for five yards. Gilbert punted igan was penalized five yards for off-
to Hfston who was downed in his side. Gilbert made two yards through
tracks by Baer on the Ohio 23-yard the line. Rich smashed for five yards.
line. Gilbert's high punt was down on
Michigan took time out. Ooster- Oio's -19-yard line. Ohio gained noth-
baan set Huston down for no gain. ing on a mass play, in which Ohsner
Rich tackled Huston out of bounds for fumbled but recovered. Huston's pass
a four-yard gain. Oosterbaan pulled was knocked down by Gilbert. Ohs-
through Ohio's interference and nailed ner took the ball out of bounds.
Grim for a six-yard loss. Eby kicked
to Gilbert who ran the ball back 25 downed on io's 49Gilbert hoD -
yards to Ohio's 40-yard line. TheEdownedogio4 rdhineDom-
running and blocking were both bril- hoff failed to gain. Rich gained a
liant. Puckelwartz' pass to Rich wasyard, Gilberpunted t2ridh
in cmplee, -ran out of bounds on his 23-yard line.
incomplete.
Ohio substituted Young for Meyer Kriss replaced Marek at half for Ohio.
and Ackerman for Rowan. Ooster- Grun made a yard. Eby replaced
baan plunged through the line for a Huston at the other half.
yard. Nyland and Rich stopped Eby for
Practically duplicating the first one yard. On a lateral pass, Grim to
touchdown play Oosterbaan hurled a Eby, Ohio gained six yard.. Eby
pass to Gilbert on Ohio's two-yard line punted to Puckelwartz who ran back
san lmh..+ .+- f ...43 ...o r a.. f seven yards to his 38-yard line. Gil-

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