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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA

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WHEN IEMPSEY FLOORED THE CHAMPION IN SEVENTH ROUND

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Ferward Pssng Attack of Blue Teamii
Features Gridiron Practice
On Ferry Field
DOMHFF RUNS 80 VARDS
Ragged work in the line and an ab-
sence of real teamwork stood out as
the Blue Varsity team trampled the
Ieds, 27-6, yesterday afternoon on
Ferry Field in the first regular game
of the year. With the line unable
to open holes, the most effective of-
fensive .weapon the Blues had was the
forward pass which accounted foi
three of their four touchdowns..
Fashies of individual brillance, how-
ever, gave indications of another
sto g Michigan team as soon as the
rough .spots are polished off and the
tean1 is molded into a unit.
Sam Babcock Red's captain gave the
crowd of nearly'5,000 a treat when he
raced aroun~d his left end for 40
yards,.and atouchdown for the first
suore of the game. All duriipt the
ft st quarter the, Red line hell solid
and the Blues could not open 'a semb-
lance of a hole in it. Boden at end
,was in the thick of almost every play
here while the shifty Hoffman showed
t6 advantage for the Blues.
.After a more or less futile running
attack of a quarter duration, the Blues
opened up a passing ttack
opened up a passing attack which was
oe. of tly 'best exhibitions of the
game . "Gilbert to Oosterbaan was
scmpleted for 25 yeards on the first
pus tried. Following this, Gilbert
showed to further advantage as a
passer with Hoffman looking good on
~thie receiving end. The efectiveness
qf this early passig attack may be
judged from the fact that four out
qf tie first six Blue passes were com-
pleted.
A ten-yard pass, ;Gilbert to Ooster-
baan brought the first score for the
blues wlt> took a 7-6 lead when Gil-
ber tkicked goal for the extra point,
H*ofNan holdii g the ball. Also during
this period Gilbert got of several good
iuitts
IWhen the second period opened,
Cach Weiman .de several changes
in the Blues and sent in an almost
new Red lineup. Fuller, Babcock, and
Carter, were the only Reds left from
the first half hour. For the Blues.
Puckelwartz replaced Gilbert, with
Geistert going in for Hoffman a little
later on.
Puckelwartz showed clearly that he
must be reckoned with seriously when:
the time /fmes to select a regutwr
backfield. On the first play of the
second half, - he sent a long IN41-yard
pass to Oosterbaan who pulled it
down and ranl 2 yards for a touch
down. Gembis kicked goal for the
extar point. Puckelwartz blocked
'well in ;ddition to his passing.
One of the b/ght spots in the run-
ning gane showed in the last of the.
third 'quarter when Hoffman slashed
off right tackle for 15 yards and was
followed on the' next play by Puckel-
wartz who dashed around his own left
,side for 20 more yards. The Blpes
lost a scoring opportunity this time
when Puckelwartz' pass to Oosterbaan
across the goal line was incomplete.
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diamonds here-orelsewhere
A genuine diamond, whose value is
established by experts, has but one
price at any one time the world over.
No jeweler can "save you money'
on genuine diamonds. For if he sold
such diamonds at less than their
established value, he'd have as little
chance of remaining in business as if
he sold $i.oo bills at 75c.
Our diamonds are all genuine-
many of rare quality-and every one
priced in exact relation to value.
TIt new "brooch-pendant" shown
abov6 combinesluxuriousbeauty with
rare service ability. Priced from $43.
Other diainond pendants, frohn $21.
The rings-a solitaire and cluster-
are representatives of our large show w
ing priced'from $50.
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Jew~elers
304 So. Main Street
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Gene Tuiniey on the Floor.
In the seventh round of the Dempsey-Tunney Battle at Soldiers field, Chicago, Champion Gene Tunney suffered the only knockdown of his entire
fistic career and came perilously close to losing his heavyweight championship to Jack Dempsey, who staged one of the greatest comebacks in ring
history. Tunney had never been really hurt in a fight before this time, and press dispatches carry the information that Gene is set for a cauliflower
ear as a result of a blow to the head. The "long count" of this seventh round knockdown promises to cause nearly as much discussion as the alleged
Dempsey foul in the Sharkey-Dempsey fight. No one will deny that Tunney was on thef loor between 13 and 15 seconds. It was all Dempsey's fault that
Referee Barry's official count did not start until Tunney had len on the floor for several seconds, as the Illinois boxing rules state that the count
shall not start until the man delivering the knockdown punch retires to his corner. This gave Tunney several seconds more to recover his senses before
coming up at the count of nine to go ahead and win the decision.

esteriday's Results

American League.
Detroit.........000 000 000-0
New York .......011 001 03x-6

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CO ' HAS OPPORTUN1Tf"
TO SET ANOTHER RECORD
Ty Cobb, who has left the Atlltins
for this season, can set only one more
record if he returns to Philadelphia
next year. If the Georgia Peach plays
in 1928 he will surpass Adrian C.
Anson's mark of playing in 22 major
league campaigns. It will be his 23rd
year in the American league.

IReu1ation Gym outfitsj

Chicago..........000 000 000-0 6 0
Boston..........000 001 02x-3 7 1

Gym nSuits, Sweat Shirts, Shoes
Sxxpporters, Socks

First game:
Cleveland......301 001
Athletics .......000 010
Second game:
Cleveland........301 000
Athletics. .....000 000

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National League.
New York .......000 000 012-3 8
Pittsburgh .. . 000 010 000-1 5
Philadelphia .... 910 001 000- 2 6
Chicago .......002 030 41x-10 14
First game:
Brooklyn .........000 000 000-0,'
Cincinnati........000 000 001-1 88
Second game:
Brooklyn ........000 002 003-5 14
'Cincinnati .......003 000 000-3 6

WRESTLING CAN)IDATES
There will be a very import-
tant meeting of all candidates
for the Varsity and freshman
wrestling teams at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night in room 316 of
the Union. All prospective can-
didates are urged to attend.
Coach Clifford Keen.

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FRESHMAN CftOSS COUNTRY

Freshman cross country candi-
dates are requested to report to
Coach Beals after 3:00 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the base-
ment of Waterman gymnasium
as practice will begin at that
time Candidates should furnish
their own equipment.
Coach Stephen V. Farrell.

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