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.TIDE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER -23, 1921,

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VARSITY SQUAD

PREPARES

FOR WISCONSIN

INVASION

EAR PASSING ATTACST"STS DISCLOSE
CAUSE OF WOLVERINE
F CARDINAL [LEVEN DEFEAT BY BUCKEYESI

* FRIEDMAYS DETROIT

A QUINTET OF DETERMINED BADGER INVADERS

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Wolverines Will Scrimmage Frosh
Team Using Badger Running
And Passing Plays;
MICHIGAN GFFENSE WEAK
With a light workout assigned
to the men who participated in the
Ohio- State game Satu.rday, the
Wolverine squad turned its atten-
tion to the formidable task of pre-
paring to meet the invasion of their
third strong Conference opponent
of the seeason, Glen Thistleth-
waite's Wisconsin eleven.
Coach Franklin Cappon, who
scouted the Badgers in their games+
with North Dakota and Purdue, re-
ports that they are an aggressive
team with a strong passing attack I
that produces touchdowns. It was
due to this fact that they were able
to come back in the second half of
Saturday's game to tie Purdue at
19-all.
Although somewhat disappointed
after losing their third game of the
seeason, the Wolverines showed a
wonderful morale and a determina-
tion that should go far towardl
their efforts to break into the win
column this week-end.
Varsity Shows Good Morale
Whatever the faults of the !
Wolverines may be, it cannot be
said that they' have not fought, and
fought well. Saturday's game was
a repition of the Indiana contest,
with the team displaying undeni-
able gameness and a stubborn de-
fense against alTost overwhelm-,
ing odds.
Michigan came back to score aft-
er a fumbled punt had paved the.
way for the first Ohio score short-
ly after the opening whistle, and
even after they saw their single
point margin vanish, the Maize and
Blue gridmen never stopped fight-
ing.
The hoped-for offensive strength.
failed to materialize at Columbus,
and the solution of this riddle ap-,
pears to be the most important
problem facing the coaching staff
at the present time. Neither the
passes nor the running plays were
functioning against the fast charg-
ing Buckeye line.
Near the close of the game a
trio of pony backs, Dahlem, Mc-
Bride and Wheeler were rushed into
the game, and momentarily it
looked as if the Wolverines might
make at last minute threat to
score, but this hope was smother-
(Continued -on Page 7)

IBy morris Quinn
Statistics of the Ohio-Michigan
game reveal that the Buckeye held
a decided edge in every department
of play with the exception of punt-
ing. And although the Bucks were
guilty of fumbling more frequent-
ly than their opponents, they also
proved more adept at recovering
the oval.!
In yardage gained from rush-
ing, the Buckeye speed mer-k
chants, Eby and Coffee ac-
counted for most of the Ohio
total. Eby made 74 yards in
17 attempts, while Coffee made
60 in 12' tries.
Of Michigan's 50 yards gainea
from the line of scrimmage, RichI
accounted for 21 in 14 tries, Gembis
5 in the same number, Wheeler 13,1
Straub 6 and Holmes 4.
The Scarlet and Grey team
also lbeld a decided edge
in yards gained from passing,
completing 5 of their 14 tries
for a 79-yard gain. Incidentally
two of the completeA passes
scored touchdowns.
While the Wolves managed to
complete 2 of their 6 attempts, the
total gain was only 10 yards, and
two others were intercepted by the
Buckeye secondary defense.
In punting alone did the
Maize and Blue outfit hold an
edge, Wheeler averaging 35
yards in 4 tries and Holmes 37
in the same number. Eby aver-,
aged 33 in 10 attempts and
Fouch 3S on 2.I
Pitted against the giant Barratt,
Al Bovard played a stellar game at
the center post until he was in-
jured late in the third quarter.
Outweighed at least 50 pounds,
Bovard played his opponent to a
standstill.
Barratt's- much heralded abil-
ity at kicking goals from place-
ment failed to materialize un-
til late in the game. His first
atempt was wide an' the sec-
ond blocked before he managed
to get one between the goal
posts.
The consistent work of Otto
Pommerening at tackle stamped
him as one of the greatest linemen
in the Conference. He was a bul-
(Continued on Page 7)

ELEVEN SCORES 28-0
WIN OVER NEW YORK
Bennie Friedman's Detroit Wol-
verines added another to their
string of consecutive victories when
they administered a 28-0 defeat to
the New York Giants Sunday in
the University of Detroit stadium.
The Detroit eleven, a new aggrega-
tion, outshone the veteran Giants
in every department of the game.
Friedman was almost the whole
show with his bullet-like heavies,
his place kicking, and his spectac-
ular 58 yard run through a broken
field for a touchdown when he
went back into the game at the
start of the fourth quarter.
The former Al-American quarter
back, who brought fame to Michi-
gan for three consecutive years,
was the pivotal point of a power-
ful football team against which the
New Yorkers could do little.
The great . Bruce Caldwell, who
set Yale afire with his all-around
work in 1925-'26, was completely
stopped by the Friedman team, but'
Hinkey Haines, former Penn State
ace, played stellar football. Jack
McBride, former Syracuse back-
field star, gained some ground for
the Giants, and Nesser, a veteran
Ohio professional, was a lion on de-
fense.
Aside from an occasional flash of
defensive power, the Giants lacked
the punch, and the result of the
game was never in doubt after the
first quarter, when Friedman and
his associates gathered two touch-
downs and two extra points.

MINNESOTA, IL-INOIS
FAVORED IN BIG TEN
Ohio And Iowa Also Have Perfect
Records; Michigan, Chicago
And Indiana Lose
TIE ELIMINATES BADGERS
0--
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MVinnesota....
Ohio State ....
Illinois .......
Iowa .........
Wisconsin ....
Indiana......
Purdue......
Northwestern
Chicago ......
MICHIGAN . .

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Minnesota and Illinois

conclu-

sively proved that they must be
reckoned with as leading title con-
tenders in last week's Conference
games, while Wisconsin was prac-
tically eliminated from the race for
Big Ten honors when the Cardinals
were held to a tie by the rejuven-
ated Purdue eleven,
Coach Spears' Gophers crashed
through the Chicago team for five
touchdowns, Hovde accounting for
three of them, and the Maroons
were humbled, 33-7.
Although bIndiana put up a
game fight against the title-de-
,fending Illinois team, the Indians
demonstrated too much power in
their 13-7 victory.cThe score does
not indicate the concelusive super-
iority of Coach Zuppke's charges,
who registered 19 first downs to
(Continued on Page 7)

ROCHESTER UNIVERSITY:
Ninety courses are offered in the
extension division, twenty more
I than given last year.

FRESHMEN START
WRESTLING WORK'
Russell Sauer, former Conference
titleholder and three-year veteran
of Wolverine mat fame has been
engaged as freshman wrestling
coach. With 52 men reporting at
the initial workout, Coach Sauer
is highly optimistic and expects to
f develop considerable potential Var-
sity talent from the yearling squad.
A freshman wrestling tourna-
ment will be scheduled before the
Christmas holidays and the results
of this tourney will undoubtedly
play a considerable part in the
awarding of numerals at the end
of the year.

Above are five of the Badgers
who will invade Ann Arbor next
Saturday determined to make up
for the 19-19 Wisconsin Purdue tie
by gaining the first Cardinal vic-
tory over the Maize and Blue since
1902.
Rose, brother of Gene who play-
ed -three years on the Badger var-
sity is one of the most promising
of Thistlethwaite's sophomores, and
will probably see action in the back-
field against the Wolverines.
Kreski will also make a bid for
a backfield post Saturday, while
Welch and Ziese, since Mansfield
has been shifted to fullback, have
alnstsinched the wing positions.
* Connors, with Shomaker at cen-
ter on one side of him, and Binish,
veteran tackle at the other, has
aided in making the right side of
the Badger line impregnable.

1ogw - iA&.Er itAC _
MIDDIES DEFEAT DUKE TEAM
Navy, after sustaining three con-
secutive losses, finally broke into
the win column Saturday by de-
feating a lighter Duke university
eleven, 6-0. Lloyd scoring a touch-
down.
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