SUNDAY, DECEMBER Z, 1928
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Stanford Stops Red Cagle; Army Eleven
Is Put To Rout, 26-0, As Hoffman Stars
(Continued From Page Six) proceeded to kick out of danger to
ton for a long gain to the Stanford his 45-yard line.
1 -yard Line. However, Army could A Stanford plunge made six,
not gain from there and the ball yards and another play brought the
changed hands. Stanford punted ball up to the Army 21-yard line.-
on the next play and Cagle tried a From there Lewis caught a pass
pass which was incomplete. Cagle' almost on the Army goal line and l
than ran for a first down to the was brought down in his tracks. HeI
Stanford 44-yard line. made three at the line, and on thel
Here he again tried a pass, but next play Hoffman went through
Hgd s center for his second score of the
Wilson intercepted it on his own day. He made the placekick for
15-yard line and ran it out to his the extra point and the score was
38-yard mark. Hoffman made a 13-0.
first down at mid-field and then Army Suffers Heavy Loss
tossed a pass to the Army 34-yard'
line. Hoffman plunged for a first On the kick off, Cagle madc a
down, but there the Army defense brilliant 36-yard return from his
stiffened and Stanford lost the ball 15-yard line. Cagle reversed his
ondwns. field in beautiful fashion on the
I next play and threw a long pass
Hiutchenson itercepts Pass to Piper on the Stanford 43-yard#
Army tried two passes which f line. An Army pass was blocked
were incomplete, and suffered a before it was thrown and thus
five-yard penalty, bringing the ball counted as a fumble, Murrell fall-
ack to the five-yad line. Army ing on it on his own 2-yard line,'
kicked from beneath its own goal 'for a loss of 36 yards. Cagle: made
posts to its 47-yard line, Stanford I a valiant try to gain back the
bringing the ball back nine yards. I round lost on the fumble, and
One the next play Hutchenson of broke away to the Stanford 41-yard
the Army intercepted a pass and line, but this was not enough, and
ran it back to his 11-yard line as he punted out of bounds on the
the half ended. Cardinal 28-yard line as the quar-
The hard play of the western ter ended.
men in the first half was evidenced Stanford brought the ball up six
by the fact that Army made fifteen yards and then Hoffman got away
substitutibns to, Stanford's one. again and ran to the Army 39-yard
On the opening kickoff of the mark. A series of line plays and
second half, Murrell of the Army passes netted 16 yards before Cagle
took the ball and ran it back to intercepted a pass and punted out
his 48-yard line. Lewis of Stan- of danger. -
ford intercepted Cagle's pass on The third Cardinal score came
the next play and ran the ball to as the result of a long march down
his own 34-yard mark. He then the field culminating in a short
caught a pass for another first pass from Hoffman to Simm over
down, but on the next play Army the goal line for touchdown. Hoff-
intercepted a Stanford toss in the man missed the extra point tot
middle of the field. make the score 19-0.I
Army Attack Threatens Frentrup Stars
The Army then opened up a de- Late in the last quarter Frentrup,
termined attack upon the Stan-* Lt h atqatrFetu
ford line, but lost the ball on substitute Stanford back, after an
fordlin~ bt lst te bll n Iintercepted, pass gave Stanford the
downs after a 37-yard advance ball on her own 25-yard line, broke
where the powerful forward line of away from the whole Army team
the western team got down to ser- and ran 75 yards for the final
ous work. A plunge through the score of the game. Seven Army
line and a pass by Hoffman carried Imen had their hands on the runner
the ball out to the 35-yard line, and but were unabre to hold him.
two more line plays brought theI Hoffman again kicked the point.
action to the center of the field. Hoffman__gainkickedthepoint.__
More straight football took the ball
into the very shadow of the Arriy
goal, where the West Point men CHRISTMAS GIFTS
held for the second time withn Burr, Patterson
their 10-yard line, Timberlake
knocking down a pass on the & Auld Co.
fourthdowndand the ball again Church at South U
changing hands. Timberlake then1
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