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THE MICHIGAN DA4LY

-TWJRSDNY, -MAY 9, 1920

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REDS DEFEAT BLUES

TWICE

IN

SPRING

SCRIMMAGE

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SIMRLL HURLS LON
PASS TO WHEELER TO
WIN IN LAST MINUTE!
Blue's Freshman Backfield Fails To
Match Veteran Quartet Of
Red Squad
BOTH LINES PLAY WELL
Both the Red regulars and the
Red reserves were victorious by 6
to 0 scores yesterday afternoon
when Coach Wieman divided his
charges into four elevens and sent
the Blue first string team and the
Blue reserves against the respective
Red teams. The .game between
the first string teams went four
quarters while lack of time limited
the reserves to half a game.
The Red backfield, comprised
mostly of veterans, proved just
strong enough to offset the very
slight advantage the Blue appeared
to have in the line. The Reds
started with Wheeler at quarter.
F. Brown and Heston at halfs, and
La Jeunesse at full but a substi-
tution in the first 'few minutes of
play placed Simrall in the quarter-
back position and shifted Wheeler
to halfback.
Bues Use Freshman Backs
The Blues possessed an all-fresh-
man backfield with Holland at
quarter, Priest and Hudson at
halfs, and Morrison at full. Stoll
was used in the quarterback berth
during part of the second half and
opened up with some pretty for-
wrd passes which threatened the
supremacy of the Reds.
During the first half of the
game between the regulars, the ball
was played between the thirty yard
lines until a drive on the part of
the Blues placed them on the
twenty yard line in position to try
for a field goal. However, the try
at field goal from Hudson's toe
went wide and low and the Reds
booted out of danger as the half
ended.
The second half saw the same
see sawing of play in the middle
of the field with the Reds gaining
a slight advantage by the medium
of Simrall's punting. Late in the
game Draveling, playing tackel
for the Blues, partially blocked one
of Simrall's kicks to cut-down this
advantage materially, but a poor]
return punt by the Blues paved
the way for the only score of the
game.
Reds Score On Pass
from about the Blues' thirty yard
line the Reds tried two line plays
before Simrall uncorked a long
pass to Wheeler who squirmed the
remaining five yards for a touch-
down In the try for point after
touchdown Simrall's kick was neat-
ly knocked down by Draveling
who had been breaking through on
kicks regularly.
Therlongestand most spectac-
ular run of the afternoon was reg-
istered by Paul Sukupehak, di-
minutive halfback on the Red re-
serves who broke through on an off
tackle play for an eighty yard run
for a touchdown. Perfect block-
ing by F. Brown at end and Lin-
bauch at quarter opened the hole
for Sukupehak who made the best
of his opportunity by nicely side-
stepping the partially blocked sec-
ondary defense men and running
untouched the rest of the way.
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C olts Are Favored
I Annualid-west

GOLFERS PREPARE
FOR NEXT MATCH

INTRAMURAL RAC DPOEDDI
MICHIGAN TAKES. LEADNEARLYFIIE COACH LLLSELECTS SQUAD OF 22 MEN

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OutdoorT rack Meet Players Contend For Fourth ace TI e Tw Teams In InterfraternityT
~~JL .L~4~3.. IOn Quartet Which Will Pay A WISCOU1101IN Lu L' Baseball Race Remain In10M K TRP OMINA LS [13ET
Northwestern Team Undefeated Class
p Michigan's Varsity golf team, in Northwestern Tumbles Badgers Up to date there have been 56 Trackmen Will Leave Tomorrow For mour, Monroe, Benson, Tarbill, Aus-
etes are expected to participate in F Minnesota, Where They Will tin Eardley, McClellan, Felker,
the twenty-ninth annual mid-west preparation for its meet wit8h I to p Rungor inter-fraternity baseball games Meet Gopher Team Poorman, Brooks, Sanderson, Carl-
track and field meet sponsored by Northwestern on this coming Sat- played on the schedule, with but 18 Ison, Williams; McArthur and Bru-
by urday, is working out daily in anE AE left to play during the coming Abaker.
effort to correct any weaknesses WOLVES REUNDEFEATED,'week, it was announced yesterday - VV1NW L NOT JUMP Dick Chapman, Wolverine broad
week end. Marking the first major that may have appeared in its pre- the Intramural department. Al the men who scored pointumper, is not yet in condition for
outdoor event of the season for the Ivious matches. Each man, is being IcMihigatnowholdsundipute byantramralis1 jmper
high school trackmen this year's drilled on those clubs which are claim to first place in Conference Out of the seventy-six entered against Iowa last Saturday and two icompetition. Coach Farrell is giv-
event will carry unusual interest, his especial weakness. baseball standings, since Wiscon- in the play-off the following have more runners who warranted con- from the pulled tendon he suffered
Detroit Northeastern, iast. year's I Northwestern comes to Ann Arbor sin, which was in a tie with the won all three of their first series sideration through their perfor-I in the Drake relaps, in order that
winne b wih herusualy stong tam, ad Woverins forthat ositon wa maChcPsswills w compose po theheMichiganhe he beavababl f o tht duala
winner by the margin of one sixth with her usually strong team, and Wres for tht posdiy was games: Chi Psi, Phi Kappa Nu, track squad which Coach Stephen may e avaiae or e
ofapitoe h unrpD-should give the Wolverines a fight. rudely tumbled out Mond,, whenIph meet with Illinois May 18.
of a point over fid er stars ge the wille a in the Badgers lost a game to :: rth- Phi Chi, Delta Chi, Sigma Alpha, A. Farrell will take to Minneapolismy
the morning, while the foursomes western, 8-3 Epsilon, Phi Kappa Psi, Delta Tau tomorow. The Wolverines are Only one man who placed last
of last year's meet, Snowden andt This was the fist defeat that the Delta, Tau Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, I scheduled to meet the Minnesota Saturday is unable to make the trip,
Beatty, ineligible for competition Micibe played in the afternoon. This wad sdfe at at the D la a ela Phi Lima trackmen in the second outdoor as Ted Wuerfel is recovering from
and will not be expected to be hg is res rom wo C of a Big Ten o ponent in four dual meet of the season on Satur- an operation on his nose. The Mich-
among the leaders when the final ference victories over Illinois and a Bi Te ooes in four Kappa, and Phi Rho Sigma. After ia gan veteran was second to Austin
Pudegn iltyt i t starts, while the Wolves have play- d .ay.
scores are compiled. fourteenth and will tryive to in its Conference ball only once, de- the remaining 18 games have been The squad of twenty-two men in the two mile race against Iowa.
Coach Malcolm Weaver of Detroit game C feating the Purple in an early sea- played off next week, the Intra- will be endeavoring to repeat the Benson won a place on the squad
Northwestern has named twenty Thrgame. positions on the Varsity son game. Since then Michigan mural department will make up a success of last season, when Michi- I through the creditable showing he
mento carry the colors of the Cots ree psthonly battle fr a has been the victim of the rain new schedule with the winning gan encountered determined opposi- made in the half mile time trial this
in this year's meet in an attempt arepositionewednup, the teamony being r fajinx and has been forced to post- teams of the last series playing for tion from the invading Northmen, week. Dale Seymour was selected
to regain the title won by the Red fourthnman capable of matching pone her other Conference games. the championship of the depart- but finally triumphed, 72> to 62. on acount of his performance
and the Gray in 1927 and dropped t pla of the other three. Cap- The Badgers are now in a tie with ment. Those making the trip are Coach against Iowa in the quarter mile
to the Falcons by so slim a mar-etainpfJohnnytBereglinDaveWardPurdue for second position. In the independent league base- Farrell, Manager Gretsch, Captain race. Although he led for the
gin last year nd Jim Lewis are those whos ball games the series is about Ketz, Arendt, Lomont, Tolan, Grod greater part of the race, he dropped
Two out of state teams already jobs are cinched, while Ahlstrom, WISCONSIN LETTERMEN ithree-quarters finished, with only sky, Potter, Dale and Dalton Sey- back to fourth in a blanket finish.
looked upon to offer the most in I Livingston, and Royston are fight- five gfivsergamesingremaining to be played I ______________________T___T____T_________TT___eplayedl______
the way of opposition to the North- ing it out for the fourth position. TO MEET FOR REUNION out of the original fifteen. The
western athletes in their quest for Livingston did well in the Illinois class games are going a bit slower
top honors are Tilden Tech of Chi-- meet and is a strong man in the (Special 'To The ) due to the bad weather encounter- GOLF PLAYERS--Su mm rW ork
cago, entered for the first time in pinches. Art Ahlstrom was called ; MADISON, May 8. - Athletes, ed in the last week or two, for only
a number of years, and Scott High upon to perform at Purdue and young and old, who have worn the five out of the 10 games on the Exclet for tudets
of Toledo, winner of the Carnegie also turned in acreditable game. Cardinal of Wisconsin in all lines i schedule have been completed. xcelent propositionfor s ens wo
Tech interscholastics last Saturday. The other man, Royston, has fine of sports, will gather here Satur- 0 'ETto
Froebel High of Gary, Indiana possibilities. In the match with day for the second annual "W" BIG TEN STANDINGS twishto spendN eaEaSUMO-
which made such a brilliant show- Oakland Hills, one of Detroit's reunion and dinner. Every varsity
ing in pushing Northwestern for strongest teams, he turned in a 78 letter winner, approximately 1.000 W L Pt. OF-DOORS and earn a neat sum of money.
top honors in the indoor carnival to take low score of all the 16 com- in all, has received an invitation MICHIGAN ... 1 0 1,000
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woulrbe he bor the Hosie' Hills, ,he turned in a fine 75 to lead director of athletics. f Indiana ...,... 3 1 .750 1
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