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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
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-AUARMY TL ALOPSI WOLVERIN ES TRI.UMPH OVER? NAVY IN GAME REPLETE i
WITH THRILLS INCLUDING NVAVY 49ACK S 85 YARD RUN g7 CTI
ri1gl;Iuig 1rbS11lI cork Series Of
Too to tFor Results
CAGLE STI ARS FOR AR)
(lay Assciated ress)h
NEW YORK, Nov. 12-An alert A-t
my team grained to the minute men-
tally and Iphysically. stopped Notre t
IDaminh its tracks here to win ane
excitinghabut nt too well played foot-l
ball game 18-0, The fighting team from t
South Bend never quit fighting but y
it never had a chancer1The Army was t
in commuand of the situation through-
Notre Dame gained an edge in earn-
edI first downs with 12 to 8 but 5 I
were made in the final quarter when A
Notre h amte unlashed a dazzling for- y
war'd passing attack, interesting but
not conclusive sin1ce i came too later
to help the desperate situation in 1
wh~ichi Knute Rlockne andl his menI
had been placed 'by previous develop- 1
ments. Keener Cagle started the Ar-
my on its way byv scoring ,the first 1
touchdown and hicaoed on the last
for 4good masure after Billy Nave-
injected' one in betweeii.
Cagle, who did his undergraduate
Work at southwestern Louisiana be-
fore going in for lost graduate work
at the IT. S. Military academy, gave
the Cadets t~l1qir first chance for the.
long 'cheer soon after hostilities op-
cued. 1The blltIwaIs 0onNore 1Dame's
49 yard line when the Maryville lad
ran back and gave every indication
that he was abot to toss a forward
pass to Born, an end who was legging-
it down the field. Cagle, however,
chose to run instead of throwing, and
he slipped aWay from two Notre
Dame players who were almost in his
path andl was on his way. He did not
stop until the goal line was behind
(agle Bakes Finial Score
In the third period Nave intercept-
ed a forward bass on his 46 yard line
and ran the ,4 yards between his
catch andl the touchdown. In the
finial quarter Cagle engineered the
final counter. The ball was on Notre
Dame's 31 yard line when Hutchinso
threw a pass which was just over
Cagle's head as he passed the 15 yard
line. He reached un, plucked it out
of the air and in a matter of seconds
ran the Army's total to 18.
It was not a good day for adding
points after touchdown by the med-
ium of kicks. Murrell, Cage and Sa-
gue all tried and failed. Notre Dame
had its first chance to score in the
secondl period when the ball was sent
to Army's 10 yard line, chiefly
through a 24 yard pass Flanagan to
(olerick, Niende Sng Passes
Colerick hit his stride as a catcher
of passe-, in the fourth period a-
though there was a new figure in
John Niemic. The game ended with
the ball on the Army 5 yard line,J
placed there in large measure by Col-
crick catching passes, one being good
for 29 yards.
The Army rushed the ball 204 yards
against 147 gained by rushing by
Notre D~ame. Army threw 12 passes
andl completed 1. Notre Dame tossed
.14 passes completing 10, while Army
initerceptedI 5 and the others ground-
Two M~ichigan cheer leaders were
given the doutul honor of parading
the himmaculately white but very ob-
stinate Navy goat around the field
before the game. The Middy mascot,
however, became very calm and self-
possessed when photographers ap-1
proached him, indicating that hie was1
much used to such performance g.
Gov. Fred Green and Mrs. Green,
President C. C. Little, and Fielding
H. Yost and Mrs. Yost occupied one
of the boxes, arriving just before the
Michigan team, led by Capt. Ooster-
baani, romped on the field for a sig-
One of the Navy plays, wherein
Lloyd, flashy Navy back, was chased 1
back about 15 yards to throw a for-
ward pass to make a first down by
mere inches, was the most remarka-
ble that has been seen on a football
field. only rapid thinking 'on the part
of Lloyd precluded a big loss for1
(Continued From Page Six.) ball on Navy's "f)-yard line. Gilbert Navy's 19-yard line making a gaits of
lcr tackled him. Again Ramsford car-! fumbed bJut recovered for a. two-yard 27 yards. Navy broke through Aliller
ried the ball, making first (down by loss'. Gilber t passed beautif'ully to! for a four yard loss. Hoffman plunged
inches, Oosterbaan and Rich making' Floffmniati wo madle a leaping catch, seven yards off guard before being
the tackle. Clifton took the ball two be(ing; out of boun~ds on Nazvy's 16- cdowned by Sloane on Navy's I 6-yardF
yards at right tackle. Ranmsford kick- yr line. It was a 14-yard gain. line. Jim Miller met a stone wall,
Wilson making the tackle.
ed a pass from Lloyd out of the Mill1er fumbsled a low pass but re-:Glettrwafowr asfo
ground, making it complete on Michi- covered losing four yards. Warner place kick to Oosterbaan over the goal
ran' 25yar lie. amsordfoud abroke through and got Miller without line but it was incomplete, Navy tak-
hole at Michigan's right guard and t
tore through for a first down on Mich- !gain. 'rdichigan was penalized 15 ing te ball on her own 20- yard line.
Ramsford failed to gain. Oosterbaan
gan's 13 yard line. yards for holding.Gilbert's pass to -
Another p~lunige by Ramsford lloffman was incomplete whien the ;rnLodoto onsfrato
through Michigan's rig~ht guard gain- latter slipped as he was about to make i!yardl gain. Captain Hannegan re-
ed three ,yards. Navy tried the same the catch.plcdWehlintebkfl.
thing again and gained four yards Giilbert ipassedl to Oosterbaan who Ramsford ran 13 yards from punt-
with Ramsford carrying the ball be- made a beautiful catch, arms out- inj orain1o1irtdono1Nv'
tween Poe and B~aer. Clifton made a stretched, for a 10-yard gain by put- 36-yard line. F.amsford made two
yard. It was fourth down and. two j Ling the bail on Navy's 15-yard line. yards 'at left side of Michigan's, line.
to g o with Navy having the hail onI On a triple pass M~riller tore off left Ramsford met a stone wall in Schoen-
vichlgan's five yardl line, tackle for seven yards but Navy took feld. Hoffman and Gilbert flipped a'
r ^iai 7 Nv ! the ball on downs on her own 12-yard! coin for the honor of intercepting
Louis Gilbert thwarted Navy's scor- line. hdsps.Hfmnwntels
ing threat when he knocked down ;ILloyd made three yards at right, andl got the ball on Michigan's 46-
Lloyd's pass behind the goal line, andlj guard. Rainsfo d, made six yards i yard hune as the game ended.
Michigan took the ball on her own 20- 1 through sheer sli24iness before iller ; Fi 1 Scoare: Michigan ?? a y lt.
yard line. downed him. Lloyd took a backward i ---- - ------
JIim Miller galloped three yards off pssand1 then hurled a forward pass.
right guard. lHe made two more at but it was incomplete. Lloyd punted l
eft tackle, M~oret making the tackle. out of boundis on Navy's 431-yardl line.
Hoffman replaced Punckel wart z at, Hardlin reCplaced Wood at center for
halfback for Michigan. Natvy.
Gilbert punted and Baer downed the Gilbert dropped a long pass to Cos-
ball on Navy's 31-yard line. R am sford; terbaca whoa came back to snatch the "
fumbled and(I-Heston recovered the pass oat of a Nagy man's arms on
hit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'vl btas je alxxi ehug
t(~yc i ,I ls (mi ill 4ion, il
Onl %oukda , the "Sophoin ore Iils,
na a c by A u , wl bate t freshm en engineers for the right to
play the junior fits, managed. by Ten2-
( ihbm, tor' the c'iass title.
A larg-e number of fraternity men
have been training for the interfi a-
ternity and all-campus c'ross 'oiltry
meet which, will be run off the wvek
of Nov. 21. The interfraternity race
Grill take place on Mondlay, Nov. 21.
a ad the all-campu~is 'ac'e will be rune
off on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Finauls ini hit'at ernity speedhal 1
will b1 ) lavedl off' Tuesday a fternooal
when Sigmazi Mu wvill contest with Tai,
1,lf>11:a I'Mh for thle f'raternity title.
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