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October 22, 1927 - Image 2

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pilot, Dr. John Wilce, in 1907, butE Vandervoort, Johns, Blott, Rosatti,j
Michigan extended the winning streak Muirheadl, Kirk formed the line, and
with 316, 40-0, 6-0, 22-0, 10-6, and Kipke, Roby, Cappon, and Uteritz
33-6 mairgins in the 1904-1909 interval played in the backfield.
OhioEarnd Ti lit1910Isabel and Workman for the Buck-
Again in 1910 the Scarlet and Gray
eleven stemmed the tide with a tie, eyes threw a scare into the Wl'lver-
3-3, hut the Wolverines retained their ines early in the game with sevecral
(unbeaten status in 1911 and 1912 with pretty runs. Kipke anid Cappon
19-0 and 14-0 triumphs, stopped the Ohio advance, and Roby's
Relations were suspended then un- 30 yr ahaon n ruh h
til 1918 and again the Maize and Blue yr ahaon n ruh h
team won, the 13th time in 15 en- ball into position for a 27 yard field
counters.- goal. Michigan scored touchdowns
Then came the glorious Ohio era in the second and third quarters, and
of Chick' Harley, the Buckeyes' most -Kipke ended the contest with a beau-
cherlshed hero. Three times Harley tiful goal from the 40 yard line,
faced the Wolverines and three times, finally breaking the three year Ohio
and these the only three times, the string of triumphs.
Wolverines were defeated. In 1922 the Wolverines dedicated
Then Came Harley the Ohio stadium and did a thorough
in each of the years Harley scored 19-0 job of it. In 1923 again they did
the two touchdowns, while Michigan a thorough job, this time 23-0. In
was forced to be content with a field 1924 Ohio held a 6-0,margin over the
goal, a touchdown, and a blank. Har- Michigan team, but a desperate late
ley, and later Stinchcomb and the rally pulled that memorable contest
Workmans would not be beaten, not out of the fire. In 1925 the team that
only by -Michigan but by no eleven Yost called the greatest one he had
except the Illinois,Indians on one oc- ever coached, with Oosterbaan, Flora,
casion. In those years, was develop- Babcock, Brown, 11awkins, Edwards
ed the Illinois-Ohio rivalry that is and Baer in the line, and with Gailbert,
hardly overshadowed by the Michigan- Friedman, Gregory, and Molenda in
Ohio rivalry. Walquist, Carney, the backfield-that team was held to
Sternaman and the Fletchers did a 10-0 margin.
manage to stop the Ohioans once. Lash~ year witnessed the grand cli-
And" now for five consecutive sea- -max of the 30 year relationship of the
sons the Wolverines have maintained teams. Figures list the attendance at
their superiority over the Buckeyes. Columbus at 90,411, the largest crowd
Kipke, Slaughter, Steger, Cappon, ever to witness a regular college
Goebel, Kirk, Blott, Vick, Brown, game, exceeded only by the attendance
Friedman, Oosterbaan :form txhe Michi- at the Army-Navy game two weeks
gan roster of captains and all-Ameni- later.
cans, a few being captain-all-Ameri- Glorious historical tradition should
cans during the last few years. in inspire the Wolverines to win today,
which the Wolverines have stamped despite the psychological advantage
themselves as really brainy football afforded Ohio in the personage of the
men. mocking, Jeering dedication jinx and
That Dedication Again the physical. advantage of Ohio's great
In that dedication game Goebel, backfield.

Who haslfull chla rge of the Wolver-


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