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VOL. XXXVIII, No. 47.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN,

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1927

EIGHT PAGES

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LLOYD RUNS ENTIRE LENGTH
OF FIELD FOR FIRST
NAVY SCORE
WIND HINDERS PUNTS
RICH AND MILLER BEAR BRUNT OF
WOLVERINE ATTACK AGAINST
INVADING MIDSHIPMEN
BY HERBERT E. VEDDER
NEW STADIUM FIELD, Nov. 12-Michigan's fighting Wolver-
ine clan swept over the crew manning the ,U. S. Naval Academy gunboat
here this afternoon to pound out a victory before a crowd of 87,000 in
one of the most colorful of gridiron battles. Navy's mascot, his honor
the goat, and Biff and Bennie, the two live Wolverine mascots were in-
terested spectators at the headline intersectional contest in the West.
It was a perfect day for football and both teams put up a varied at-
tack in efforts to settle their grudge dispute. Navy unable to avenge the
54-O defeat on Ferry field two years ago fought desperately, but the

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ichigan FROM FRESHME
n Game SCORE BY QUARTERS
1st 2nd
Miller Proves NAVY-606
Backfield Star
MICHIGAN - 14 0
oANN AR1BOR WINS FROM~
J SINABYONEPOINT
avyMichigamn
Sloane ........LE....... Oosterbaan Frey of the Ann Arbor High Suffers
Wilson ,......LT...... Pommer ening Broken Ankle After First
Burke........LG. ....... Palmeroli Points Made
Wood .........C........ Schoenfeld
Wilson ........RG ............. Baer MORDSKY IS STAR PLAYER
Bagdanovich ..RT. y dPoe
.W:".r .....oret... .Q......RE ........ Nyland Ann Arbor High School defeated the
Whechel .., QB........ Miller
Lloyd .....LH...... Puckelwartz highly-touted Saginaw Easternl eleven
MLller........LRH..........Glbert this morning by the close margin of
Miller.........RH........... Gilbert 7-6 The final score is deceiving in
Ct . ....B........R that it gives no idea of the real su-
yards putting the ball on Navy's 12- periority of the Ann Arbor team. Play
yard line as the half ended. was in Saginaw territory much more
Jiwhio{{ a Michigan 14, Navy 6. than in the local team's. The greatest,
Michigan quarterback, who was SECOND HALF advantage held by Ann Arbor was in
main cog in Michigan's offensive ii Gilbert kicked off to Lloyd vtho re- punting. Here they were able to re-
today's contest with the Navy. turned the ball 20 yards to Navy's 27 gain all that Saginaw made by their
yard line. Bauer carried the ball for savage line plunging. Neither team
by two inches to make first down. a yard. Clifton carried the ball for wasgable to work passes at all ef~-
Gabel replaced Poe at right tackle for a yard. Lloyd kicked a pop-up which fectively, but Saginaw made some
Michigan. Miller cut off left tackle, was downed on Navy's 42-yard line good gains around Ann Arbor's ends.
but the play was called back and for a net of 13 yards. Puckelwartz, Ann Arbor made their touchdown
Michigan penalized another five yards. who returned to the game, made four in the first quarter. It was in this
Lloyd tore at Michigan's left tackle yards off left tackle. Wood was in- quarter that Frey, Ann Arbor half t
for nine yards before being downed jured on the play. back,rwas carried from the field with
by Gilbert. Clifton contined the Navy! Jim Miller made six yards running a broken ankle. The kick for point
march, giving them first down on off tackle, failing by inches of first r was good. The play in the second
Michigan's 16 yard line. Miller made down. Rich made first down on quarter was slow, neither team having
two yards at left guard. On the same Navy's 30 yard line. Puckelwartz tore an advantage.
running formation Miller attempted a loose off right tackle for 14 yards and In the third quarter Sagiraw sei-
pass to Lloyd which was incomplete. first down on Navy's 16 yard line. Mil- ously threatened Ann Arbor's goal
Bauer was substituted for Miller for ler made three at left tackle on a tri- line twice. Their second attempt was
Navy and Heston for Nyland in the 11ple pass. Puckelwartz broke through only a few yards shorte ofa touch-
Michigan lineup. right tackle for six yards. down. In the final quarter on an ex-
Bauer slashed off his left tackle for Miller made first down on Navy's change of punts Ann Arbor fumbled
six yards before being downed by five yard line. Miller ran around on their twenty-five yard line. Pen-.
Miller. Lloyd's pass to Bauer over through his own left tackle for a dell, Saginaw back, scooped up the
the goal line was barely incomplete touchdown, going across the line ball and raced for a touchdown be-
and Michigan took the ball on her standing up without being touched. hind fine interference. The kick for
own 20 yard line. Gilbert missed the kick. goal was blocked. As the game ended
Miller made two yards off tackle. MIICIIGAN 2P? NAVY 6. Ann Arbor was within a few feet of
Miller failed to gain at left tackle. Giert kicked off to Whitey Lloyd another touchdown. Mordsky starred
Gilbert punted to Whelchel who ran who ran the kick back 30 yars be- for Ann Arbor, while Pendell was Sag-
10 yards to Michigan's 45 yard line, fore being thrown out of ouds on his aws greatest threat. NN ARBOR
Oosterbaan ran Lloyd back but an own 43 yard line by Palmeroli. s3SAGINAW A.N A sR
ineligible man touched Lloyd's pass Michigan took time out for Gabel. -Ezop.........l.e...........DPfeiffle
and Michigan kept the ball on her Gilbert intercepted a pass from Lloyd Ezo......gatn.....gPCnfer
own 45-yard line. Gilbert weit on his own 40 yard line and raced 30 Milligan.......l.g.........Conover
through for eight yards at left tackle. yards to Navy's 30 yard stripe. Mil- oepe.........C...........Soerifieldt
y ar d line ler made two yards off left tackle be- Merrill......... .t........ Mayfield
yard line.l ing stopped by Bauer. PuckelwartzRum .......e.....,anAkrn
Jim Miller ran off right tackle for sopdb~Bnr uklat Rummel ....... .e..... Van Akkeren
eight yards. Oosterbaan dropped back found a hole at right guard and made Maksimowicz .....q.........Mordsky
bugt hiyass toHstoran wanopete a four yards before Wilson got him. A Kurz..........l.h...........Frey
but his pass to Heston was incomplete- pass, Puckelwartz to Gilbert, was too Pendell ..... ...h... .. . ...Schroter
Rich bucked the line from pass forma long
tion giving another first down on Zdancwicz ......f.b............ Miller
Navy's 33 yard line. From a place kick formation Miller! Referee . ...................Mitchell
Gilbert faked the pass behind the received the ball and ran 22 yards Umpire................. . .. . .Brown
line and ran two yards off left tackle. aronud the left side of the field before Saginaw.0 0 0 6-6 r
Warner made the tackle. Gilbert's lie was thrown out of bounds on anaw ........0 0 0 6 6
XT- -1..J ...,.a rAnn Arbor ........7 0 0 0-71

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FINAL
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IN FALL GAMES
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the score for the defeat handed them line before Nyland threw him out of
bounds. Rich stopped Lloyd's aspira-
at Baltimore last fall. tion at the Michigan line, the play net-
FCRS TQUARTER C tig a yard. Clifton fumbled and Ny-
pain te n an Cptan land recovered on Navy's 27 yard line.
Hannegan met in the center of the On the first play Puckelwartz tossed
field and for the first time this year, a pass just over Oosterbaan's reach on.
the Michigan leader won the toss. He a play which was a sure touchdown
chose to defend the north goal. had the Wolverine gotten hold of the
Lloyd kicked off to Miller who ran ball.
the ball back 23 yards to Michigan's Jim Miller cut off left tackle for
32-yard line. Rich got one yard at four yards on a triple pass play.
right guard. Puckelwartz attempted Puckelwartz passed to Nyland, but it
to slide off tackle but was stopped was just incomplete. Navy was pen-
without gain by Clifton. Gilbert got alized fifteen yards for holding giving
off a beautiful punt which Oosterbaan Michigan first down on the 11 yard
downed on Navy's 15-yard line. Clif- line. Oosterbaan carried the ball six
ton lept at the Michigan line and yards off left tackle. Gilbert fumbled
made a yard. Miller carried the ball and Bagdanovich broke through to re-
off left tackle for two yards, Rich stop- cover for Navy on her 10 yard line.
ping him. Clifton punted to Gilbert who re-
Moret's kick was poor and out of turned it seven yards to Navy's 33
bounds but the ball was called back yard line. Miller was stopped for a
and Michigan penalized five yards. yard gain..
Moret kicked again, the ball bouncing Oni a perfect deception play which
back to Navy's 38 yard line. On a I looked like around right end, Gilbert
triple pass Gilbert took the ball around with a two-man interference ran the
right end for eight yards. Rich made left side for 24 yards, putting the ball
a yard. Miller made a first down on on Navy's 8 yard line.
Navy's 26 yard line. Gilbert stumbled Taylor replaced Smith at end for
but went off tackle for two yards. Navy. Michigan's scoring play, a lat-
On abeautiful deceptive play, Gil- eral pass, Oosterbaan to Gilbert, and
bert took the ball around left end, Gilbert sliced off right tackle for
gaining six yards. This play came seven yards before lie fell. Rich put
aftera lateral pass. Navy, with the the ball on Navy's one foot line. Rich
ball on her 18 yard line took time out. found a nice hole at right tackle and
Miller carried the ball on a quarter- 'leaped over for a touchdown.
back sneak for first down on Navy's Gilbert's kick sailed crazily, put
16 yard line. Oosterbaan plungedfor as good for the extra point.
four yards. SCORE: MICHIGAN, 14; NAVY, 0.
Navy was penalized five yards. Rich Gilbert kicked off to Whelchel whose
picked a holg at left guard for first run back was stopped short on the 15-
down on Navy's four yard line. yard line by Ray Baer.
Whelchel held Rich to a one-yard gain Lloyd got loose and ran the whole
on his next buck. Rich tore like a length of the field, 85 yards for a
madman, fighting his way within a; touchdown. He broke through the
foot of the goal line. right side of Michigan's line, cutting
Rich plunged over the center of over to the left immediately after,
the line for a touchdown and the while Navy interference blocked the
Michigan cheering section went wild Michigan secondary defense. Lloyd
throwing yellow and blue cards into ran over the goal line with Miller still
the air. ; five yards behind him.
With Miller holding the ball, Gilbert With Lloyd holding the ball, War-
kicked perfectly for the extra point. ner place-kicked, but his attempt was
SCORE: MICHIGAN, 7; Navy, 0. wide.
Gilbert kicked off to Whitey Lloyd MICHIGAN, 14; NAVY. 8.
on Navy's seven-yard line, Lloyd run- Gilbert kicked off to Whelchel, Oos-
ning the ball back to Navy's 27 yard terbaan making the tackle on Navy's
I20 yard line. Miller tore off Michi-
gan's right tackle for nine yards as
I THE STAFF the quarter ended.
OF THIS EXTRA I"Michigan 14, Navy, 6.
SECOND QUARTER
Editor I Gembis replaced Puckelwartz in thel
I Paul J. Kern I Michigan backfield. Clifton smashed
Aides I through his right side for first down
G. Thomas McKean on Navy's 37 yard line. Palmeroli
Alwyn V. Freeman I stopped Miller with a two yard gain.
James B. Freeman ( Clifton drove through Michigan's right
Joseph E. Howell I;tackle for six yards, and plunged
Donald J. Kline again, failing by a foot of first down.1
Ben S. Washer I Lloyd fumbled the ball and was run
Ross W. Ross back 15 yards by half a dozen Michi-
Alex Bochnowski gan players but managed to get ridl

TIHIRD QUARTER
Army 12, Notre Dame 0.
Princeton 6, Yale 0 .
Harvard 12, Brown 6.
Dartmouth 47, Cornell 0.
FIRST HALF
Illinois 9, Chicago 0.
Ohio State 32, Dennison 0.
Pittsburgh 21, Nebraska 7.
Penn State 13, sNew York U. 7.
Iowa 9, Wisconsin 0.
FIRST QUARTER
Northwestern 0, Indiana 6.
Minnesota 6, Drake 0.
FINAL SCORE.
Army, 18, Notre Dame 0.
Wash. and Jeff. 6, Bucknell 3.
Syracuse 0, Colgate.
SIDELIGHTS
The Grand Rapids South band form-
ed a perfect N-A-V-Y before the Navy
stands between halves.
Statistics at the end of the first half:
Yardage gained from line of scrim-
mage, Michigan, 145; Navy, 138.
Yardage gained by passes: Michigan,
12; Navy, 1.
Attempted passes: Michigan, 7;
Navy, 4.
Completed passes: Michigan, 4;
Navy, 0.
First down: Michigan, 10; Navy, 5.
Penalties, Michigan, 20; Navy. 20.

CLASS BANDS PRESENT
Large Crowd of Spectators at South
Ferry Field Witnesses the
Traditional Battle
Biting, clawing, and battering their
way to victory over the tender year-
lings, the sophomore class of the Uni-
versity took the measure of the green
smeared freshmen in the annual fall
games held this morning at South
Ferry field. The final score was 3-2
in favor of the class of '30, though
the not too decisive victory was gain-
ed only after one of the bitterest un-
derclass battles in years.
The verdant class of '31, more than
500 strong, was first on the field short-
ly after 9:30. The sophomores, after
keeping their opponents waiting in the
cold blasts of the field of combat for
about half an hour, strode on to the
scene at 10 o'clock, Both classes were
resplendent in their war paint-the
soplomores red and the freshmen
green, and both exhibited alleged
bands for the edification of the assem-
bled multitude, which numbered near-
ly 1,000 persons.
Sophomores Score First
The sophomores started with a rush,
and though outnumbered by more
than 100 men they swept through the
first two events in decisive fashion.
The first contest on the program, the
pillow fight, gave the second year men
their first point when four of the

MOST BITTERLY
'FOUGHT BATTLE
IN MANY YEARS

FRESHMEN YIELD ONE
PILLOW FIGHT AND
CANE SPREE

FLAG,

Gilbert averaged 31 yards on four freshmen were dethroned from the
punts and Navy averaged 26 yards on saw-horses, while only three sopho-
a like number of tries. ! mores descended before the onslaughts
Navy's squad of some 30 odd players of their freshmen antagonists. Two
was first to take the field, coming on of the fights ended in ties, both men
at 1:50 p. m. At this time there was refusing to give way in the eight min-
a liberal sprinkling of spectators in ute period.
the stands, but filling them scarcely With one point tucked safely under
more than one-third. their belts or suspenders or whatever
To two of Michigan's cheerleading they wore, the red faced sophomores
squads was given the doubtful honor entered the second contest, the cane
of parading Navy's immaculate billy- spree, with even more zeal. Nine
goat. The goat looked like an An- husky freshmen were completely in-
gora, but was quite gentle when the adequate to stem the rising tide of the
time came for photographers to get a sophomores, and full flushed with
look at him. It seems that the goat victory, the red men swept through the
is used to such performances. cane spree like a hurricane. Out of
There wasn't anything to it! This the nine individual cane spree con-
press box of ours at Ann Arbor is tests, the .sophomores took five, while
sure a big place-but oh, how cold. the green youths only managed to
There simply must be some heaters or wrest only two of the canes away
something put in this place. The only from their antagonists. Two of the
thing that saves the scribes was that contests ended in ties, one of them be-

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pass to Heston was knoc
Lloyd. Gilbert passed t
across the field but thex
yards. Navy took time o
Gilbert, attempting toX
kicked out of bounds on N
line. Lloyd was stop
punted out of bounds o
30-yard line.
Miller broke loose aro
left end and ran 20 yar
ing forced out of bound

ked down by
a Joe Gembis
play lost two
nut.
place a punt,
Javy's 23 yard
ped. Lloyd
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-Nav y s 3 yard line. Rich fought I
through to the one yard line. Oooster-
baan plunged over the center of the
line for the touchdown.
Gilbert kicked the goal.
MICIIIGAN 27, NAVY 6.
Navy substituted Moret for SmithI
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right tackle for Michigan. Gilbert
und his own kciked off to Lloyd who ran back 15
ds before be- yards before Palmeroli downed him
s in midfield. on the Navy 31 yard line. Clifton got

Rich hit the line for three yards. five yards at Michigan's right tackle.
Burke made the tackle. Sloane held 'Lloyd made a quick pass to Bauer

Gilbert to a yard. Hoffman replaced which was good for first down on
Gembis at halfback. After a triple Michigan's 46 yard line. Clifton took
pass, Gilbert's pass to Oosterbaan the ball out of bounds. Whitey Lloyd
was incomplete. ran through the Michigan line again
Gilbert punted to Lloyd who fum- and was almost loose when Puckel-
bled the ball but, recovered, carrying wartb threw him out of bounds on
it out on Navy's 32 yard line. Hoff- Michigan's 28 yard line.I
man and Rich stopped Clifton after Navy substituted Ramsford for
he gained a yard. Parish replaced ' Bauer. Lloyd found a hole at right
Whelchel for Navy. Gilbert knocked tackle for three yards. Lloyd's pass
down Lloyd's long pass to Sloane. bounded out of Baer's arms to Clif-
Lloyd lost a yard but the play was re- ton and was complete for six yards on
called and Michigan penalised five Michigan's 19 'yard line. Ramsford
Iyards. made two yards and first down on
Heston nailed Lloyd for a six yard Michigan's 17 yard line, Oosterbaan
loss back of the line of scrimmage. making the tackle. Ramsford ran
Lly nn3f nto nnrc nmi lhpnn'c s, u _-a ip a e,, nr - r ar _

Mihi sgoal line for a touchdown. the wind blew from the west.
Lloyd failed to kick the goal. The notables, including Gov. Fred
MICHIGAN, 27; Navy, 12. I Green, Fielding H. Yost himself, Pres-
Gilbert kicked off to Ramsford who ident Clarence Cook Little, and others,
ran 10 yards to Navy's 30 yard line. came across the field at 2:15 and a
Ramsford, refusing to be downed, ran moment later the Michigan squad,
eight yards. Lloyd gained a yard. with the exception of kickers, followed
Ramsford made it first down on Navy's the Navy to the dressing rooms. Gil-
48 yard line. Clifton made a yard bert and Gembis were both place
through center. kicking.
A pass, from Lloyd to Ramsford was At 2:30, the Michigan heralds an-
good for another first down, this time nounced the approach of Grand Rap-
on Michigan's 43 yard line, as the ids South's 100-piece high school
quarter ended. band, champions of various things.
MICHIGAN 279 NAVY 12. With the exception of the drummajor,
N 1Iclad in white with a dash of blue in
FOURTH QUARTER his jacket, the South's band was ar-
The unstoppable little Ramsford ran rayed in blue uniforms with red capes.
eight yards through Baer before Mil- Bringing up the rear were four in-
ler tackled him. Again Ramsford car- dustrious youths pushing and pulling
ried the ball, making first down by at the big base drum which was about
inches, Oosterbaan and Rich making eight feet in diameter and on wheels.
the tackle. Clifton took the ball two After giving over the stage to the
yards at right tackle. Ramsford kick- high school band Michigan's band
ed a pass from Lloyd out of the strutted onto the field followed by Biff
ground, making it complete on Michi- and Bennie, secure in their cage, and
gan's 25 yard line. Ramsford found a the impatient, restive Navy goat. Ben-
hole at Michigan's right guard and nie growled his defiance back at his
tore through for a first down on Mich- honor, the goat. The Michigan band
,, n1 ..1aA unn Afnrmvv ulMT-C- n fr.t1'iy in the cen- I

ing between the captains of the two
classes, Walter Cre ,o, '30, and Law-
rence Rogers, '31.

-Another Point Added
This added another point to the
mounting total of the sophomores, and
gave them two out of the total of five
points. The last event on the pro-
gram was the flag rush, with the
freshmen defending three poles and
each flag counting one point. It was
only by artful guile that the sopho-
mores were able to gain the single
flag that spelled victory for them.
The trick that won the games for
the sophomores was a brilliant piece
of strategy. The freshmen gathered
around the three poles to defend the
flags, while the sophomores withdrew
to connive. Of a sudden a wave of
red sophomores, with terrific whoops
and cheers, swept down from the West
on the nearest pole.
The freshmen, guileless and Inno-
cent, hastened to the defense of the
besieged flag, and when their principal
forces had been drawn off of the other
two poles the main body of the sopho-
mores swooped down from the North,

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