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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER

ADGERS

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BOTH ELEVENS RELY SPOILS CARDINAL PLAYS
ON FORWARD PASSES
Cusnnier Takes Short Pass, Runs
Through Brokeyi Field For
Wisconsin Score
WOLVEINELINE OLDS
(Continued From' Page One)
]ine to stop one of these advances;+
Pommerening broke through to
throw Lusby for a loss on an at-
tempted pass on the fourth downf
to give Michigan the ball on herg
own 21 yard mark. Again the
Wolves took the ball on downs on
their own 10 yard line as the half
ended.F
The latter part of the second
quarter saw Thistethwaite switch
from a passing attack to a running o°
game in his attempt to cross the d&
Michigan goal. Bartholomew,
Smith and Hayes replaced Lusby, Otto Pemerenning
Rebholz and Behr in the Cardinal
backfield, and the former caused The Michigan line from end to
the Wolverihe fans many unpleas- end showed even greater strength
ant moments with his dashes than in the Indiana and Ohio
around the ends. . games. The work of Pommerening,
Taking the ball on their own 33 Poe and Truskowski was outstand-
yard mark shortly after the begin- ing, but Cragin, starting his first
liing of the -second half, Gembis game at the center post acquitted
bnade six yards in two attempts himself well, as did Hurlbert who
through the Badger line, then started at right tackle. --
Wheeler faked a punt and passed Lusby, Behr, and Bartholomew
to Rich for a 23 yard gain placing'shared the major honors in the
the ball on Wisconsin's 39 yard line. Wisconsin backfield. The soph-
Gembis went off tackle for a first omore stars proved to be a trio of
down on Wisconsin's 27 yard line. capable ball toters, while both Lus-
Wheeler passed to 'Rich for six by and Behr are triple-threat men
yards and then circled the Badger of more than the usual ability.
right end for a first down. Lusby was on the throwing end of
Gembis hit the Wisconsin right most of the Badger passes, al-
tackle for six yards in two tries, though it ws Behr who completed
but the Wolverine threat was ended the winning toss to Cusinier.
when Wheeler fumbled a lateral Captain Wagner at guard was
pass on the next play, the ball roll- the mainstay of the invaders line
ing to the 17 yard line where a and was in practically every play.
Wisconsin man pounced upon it. Warren at end and Binish at tackle
With the final quarter half over, shared the honors in the line with
Michigan made another' bid to their leaders.
score after a 15 yard penalty for THE LINEUPS
holding and a pair of first downs .Truskowski .... LE.......Warren
hTad given the Wolverine posses-".".
sionofthe ball o the Badges 25Pommerening .LT... Lubratovich
Ord mark. On fourth down Gem- Poe...........LG....... Wagner
his attempted a place kick from a Cragink.......C.PConry
dfficut angle on the 33 yard line, Steinke ....... RG......... Park
but the ball went wide of the up- Hurlburt ...... RT........ Binish
ri hts. Draveling .....RE...... Smith, L.
SAfter the Badger's- only sustained iStraub ........QB...... Cuisinier
seondyhalftad Rich .......... LH......... Lusby
offensive of the Wheler.....H.......usb
netted the single touchdown of the, Wheeler .......RH ....... Lusby
game, Michigan unleashed a des- Gembis ........FB..........Behr
I rate passing attack with Trus- , Officials-Feferee, Nichols, Ober-
kowski on the tossing end in an at- li; Umpire, Haines, Yale; Field
tempt to knot the count. Simrall Judge, Gardiner, Cornell; Head
returned Behr's punt 19 yards to Linesman, Maloney, Notre Dame.
Wisconsin's 47 yard line. Trus- Substitutions
kowski shot a pass to Rich for 10 'For Michigan-Cornwell for
yards, another fell incomplete, but I Draveling, Orwig for Cornwell, Wil-
the third one put the ball on Wis- liams for Hurlburt, Simrall for
consin's 17 yard mark. Warren in- Straub, Straub for Wheeler, Dahl-
tercepted another pass by Trus- em for Straub, Squier for Steinke.
kowski as the game ended. For Wisconsin-Bartholomew for
As a team the Wolverines showed Lusby, Hayes for Behr, Smith for
to a much better advantage than Rebholz, Price for Hayes, Ganten-
they have in any of the previous bein for Warren, Behr for Price,
games. In addition to the usual Smith for Rebholz, Lusby for Bar-
steady performance of the forward tholomew, Ketolaar for Binish,
wall, the Maize and Blue backfield Kresky for\ Wagner, Rebholz for
finally struck its stride, accounting Smith, Backus for Linden, David-
for nine first downs and showing son for Lusby, Shomaker for Mil-
potentialities both in their aerial ler.I
and in their line plunging attack. i
The punting of Wheeeler and Sim-
rall surpassed that of the Badger;
trio, Lusby, Bartholmew, and Behr.
A great deal of credit goes to ORIGINAL NE
Captain George Rich, who played
one of the best games of his career,
against the Badgers. Besides prov-J .
Ing a tower of strength on defense, M a esty,. .
the Wolverine leader was on the,
receiving end of most of the pas-ysterious Croo
4"s completed by his team. Gembis
backed up the line well, and turned Heartfdt M oanh
in a good exhibition of line plung-
ing, while Wheeler and Simrall Superstitious Hu
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FIRST PERIOD down for the Wolverines on their
Michigan won the toss and Capt. own 48 yardline.
Rich elected to kick off. The Bad- Gembis hit the Cardinal right
gers chose the south goal with the tackle for a first down on the .50
wind at their backs. Gembis kick- yard line. Wheeler completed a
ed off to Lusby, who caught the pass to Gembis for nine yards.
ball on his goal line and returned Gembis was forced out of bounds
it to the 24-yard line. for no gain. Time was taken out.
Lusby attempted a long. pass or- Gembis injured. Gembis plunged
the first play, but it was broken through for a frst down on the
up by Wheeler. Lusby punted to Wisconsin 39 yard line. Rich took
Straub, who fumbled and Rebholz a triple pass back of the line of
recovered for Wisconsin on the scrimmage, but was stopped for no
Michigan 46-yard line. Lusby made gain around right end.
six yards through the Michigan 'Wheeler's wide pass to Rich fail-
line. ed. Truskowski's long pass failed.
Lusby failed to gain at right Michigan was penalized five yards
tackle. Rebholz was stopped by for the second incompleted pass.
I Draveling for no gain. Lusby punt- Wheeler punted to Lusby who was
ed and Wisconsin downed the ball tackled by Poe in his tracks on the
on Michigan's seven yard line. Badger 18 yard line.
C Wheeler punted from behind his Behr rounded Michigan's right
own goal and Truskowski downed end for six yards. Rebholz added
the ball on his own 37 yard line. another through center. Lusby
Lusby completed a wide pass to faked a pass which drew mnDrav-
Cuisinier which netted 13 yards and elig and the Cardinal halfbacks
a first down on Michigan's 24 yard rounded Michigan's right end to
line. Michigan took time out. of 38yWoeine 37 yard line, a gain
Lusby hit center for one yard. Lusby failed to gain at the line,
Rich broke up a passthrown by but"onthe next play went through
Lusby. Rebholz fumbled a pass Michigan's next pakwe tough
from center. Several Michigan men y n right tackle for 11
dove for the ball and it was finally yards and a first down on the Wol-
recovered by Steinke for the Wol- peried2Dyardlin
verines on the Michigan 40 yard placedTwo lays Draveling.
linewith Lusby and.Reb-
Gine h h nholz carrying the ball failed to
Gembis hit the line for fourgansthpeidne.
yards. Rich was held for no gain gain as the period ended.
on attempted end run. Wheeler Score: Michigan'0; Wisconsin 0.
faked a punt and then threw a SECOND PERIOD
pass to Rich which netted 21 yards Lusby made two yards around
and a first down for Michigan on Michigan's left end. A forward
Wisconsin's 35 yard line. pass from Lusby to Cuisinier gave
Gembis carried the ball out of1 Wisconsin a first down on Michi-
bounds fbor no gain. Wheeler was gan's 12 yard line. Lusby hit 'Mich-
tackled for a one yard loss. Trus- igan's right side for three yards.
kowski threw a long pass which A lateral pass play from Rebholzl
failed. Wheeler punted out of to Lusby netted but one yard. Lus-
bounds at Wisconsin's 17 yard line, by was tackled by Rich. Behr
Lusby made six yards through fumbled a forward pass thrown by
Michigan's righta'tackle. Rebholz Lusby and Cornwell caught theI
u added another at center. Lusby ball, giving Michigan possession onI
punted and the ball was downed her one yard line.
I on Michigan's 45 yard line. Wheeler punted to Lusby, who
Gembis plunged through the caught the ball on the Michigan
Cardinal right tackle for five yards. I134 yard line. He returned it to the
IRich added another through left Wolverine 21 yard marker. Trus-[
guard. Truskowski's long pass to kowski was hurt and Michigan took
Wheeler went out of bounds and time out.
fell incomplete. Cuisinier made a yard on a dou-
Wheeler punted to Lusby who ble pass play. Lusby added five
was tackled on the Badger 27 yard more through Michigan's right tac-
line. Cuisinier gained one yard kle. Lusby went through the same
through the line. Lusby punted to hole for a first down on the Wol-
Straub who struggled back four verine 5 yard line.
yards to Michigan's 39 yard mark-__
er.
Rich hit the enemy's right tackle
for four yards. He was stopped
by Rebholz. Wheeler added a yard
through the line, but Wisconsin
was offside and Capt. Rich elected
to take the penalty, making it third

Orwig replaced Cornwell andI
Williams was sent in for Hurlburt.
I Lusby gained a yard through
center. Rebholz was held to no
gain by Pommerening and Poe.
Rich broke up a pass thrown by
Cuisinier.
Pommerening broke through and
smothered Lusby before he had a
chance to pass and Michigan took
possession of the ball on its own
21 yard line. Wheeler failed to
gain.
Wheeler punted to Lusby, who
was tackled by Truskowski and
Orwig on the Badger 40 yard line.
Behr gained five yards through the
Michigan line.
Behr was forced out of bounds
by Orwig after a three-yard gain.
Cuisinier failed to make it first
down by a matter of inches.
Lusby punted and Wagner down-
ed the ball on Michigan's 25 yard
line. Wheeler returned the kick
on the first play. Lusby caught the
ball on his own 32 yard line. He
struggled back to the Cardinal 43
yard line before he was downed.
Behr gained a yard through
Michigan's right side. Lusby com-
pleted a pass to Behr for an eight
yard gain. Lusby made it first down
on Michigan's 46 yard line. Wheel-
er broke up a long forward pass
thrown by Lusby.
Lusby faked a pass and then
rounded Michigan's left end for 16
yards and a first down on the Wol-
verine 29 yard line. Behr attempt-
ed to reverse his field on a wide
end run and was tackled for a two
yard loss.
Rebholz's pass was incomplete.
Rebholz gained three yards through
Michigan's right tackle. Failing to
gain through Michigan's line, Lus-
by made a short kick which went
out of bounds at Michigan's 16 yard.
line.
Rich was held to one yard by the
right tackle. Wheeler punted' to
Lusby, who received the ball on
the Cardinal 47 yard line and re-
turned it to the Michigan 41 yard
line before he was tackled.
Simrall replaced Straub in the
Michigan lineup. Bartholomew re-
placed Lusby in the Wisconsin
backfield. Bartholomew took the
ball on the first play for a five yard
gain through Michigan's right tac-
kle. Bartholomew again took the
ball around Michigan's right end
for another gain of four yards.

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Howard Poe

Cuisinier made a first down ont
the Michigan 30 yard line. Hayes 1
replaced Behr in the Wisconsin
backfield. Bartholomew roundedx
Michigan's left end on a wide end,
run which netted eight yards. Cui-
sinier cut through center for a first
down on Michigan's 17 yard line.
Rebholz was replaced by J:
Smith. B a r th o 1 o m ew plunged
through Michigan's right tackle for
five yards. Smith made a yard]
through the line. Smith was held
to a two yard gain at Michigan's
right guard.
Bartholomew rounded Michigan's
left end for a first down on the
Wolverine four yard line. Barthol-
omew was tackled by Orwig for no
gain. Cuisinier was stopped by
Cragin and Steinke for a one yard
loss.
Orwig threw Bartholomew for a
five yard loss on an attempted end
run. Truskowski knocked down a
pass thrown by Bartholomew as it
was crossing the goal line and
Michigan took possession of the
ball on its own 10 yard line.
Rich hit Wisconsin's right side
for four yards as the half ended.
Score: Michigan 0; Wisconsin 0.
THIRD PERIOD
Hurlburt, Straub, and Draveling
replaced Williams, Simrall and
Cornwell for Michigan, at the start
of the second half. Gantenbein re-
placed Zeise at the start of the
period.
Bartholomew fumbled Gembis's
kick-off over the goal line, but re-
covered and brought it out to the
Cardinal 20 yard line: Bartholo-
mew gained a yard on a wide end
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(By Edward Warner)
Although Ted Wuerfel of Mich-
igan captured individual honors,
Wisconsin triumphed over the Wol-
verines in the cross country meet
between the two schools yesterday
morning. The Michigan captain led
the rest of the field by 25 yards at
the finish but he was followed by
five Badger runners in order, giv-
ing Wisconsin a 20-35 victory.
Wuerfel covered the revised three
and one half mile course in 17:57
which -was good time considering
the sodden condition of the turf.
His individual efforts however, could-'
not offset the balanced strength of
Coach Tom Jones' outfit.
Wixon, Goldsmith Tie For Second
Wixon and Goldsmith were the
first Cardinals to finish, crossing
the line hand in hand. They were
closely followed by Captain Bur-
gess and Fink, who tied for fourth
place, and then Fulsom, who'took
sixth.
The next Maize and Blue entry,
Austin, made a valiant bid to pre-
vent the Badger monopoly of places
but he had to be content with sev-
enth. Moe and O'Cock of Wiscon-
sin were the next to complete the
run, but their places did not count,
as only the first five to finish on
each team are included in the
scoring..t
Course Is Slippery
Benson, Jesson, and Smith com-
pleted the scoring for Michigan,
these runners taking eighth, ninth,
and tenth positions. Conditions
underfoot were rather Wet and slip-
pery, but this did not detract from
the closeness of the race.
The Wisconsin victorywas con-
vincing evidence that the Badgers
must be reckoned with 'when the.
Bsig Ten harrier championship is
held at Madison next month. De -
spite the los& of Petaja, Zola, and
Bullamore through graduation,
Coach Jones again hasga strong,-
well balanced team of runmers.
The Charleston and Yale blue+
have been changed into much mor;
stately dances than those that pa<
raded under these names heretoL
fore. a

PERIOD .
WISCONSN HARRIERS
Ted Wuerfel, Michigan Captain,
Takes Individual Honors, But
Team Loses Meet, 20-35

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