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MINNESOTA AND PURUE RETAIN LEAD
IN RAGE-FOR-BIG TE CAPOSI

Sideline Chatter
SEdwrd WarnWver, Sports Editor.

'B' SQUAD PLAYS M~TR'SOEL ASSIFI U
'BYPSILANTI TEAM C DAPERTISING
(Continued From Page Six)TI IF[ lC 'RC
verine junior Varsity when the two iINOTIC9E

When Harvard trampled on Flor

Northwestern Ruins Illini Hopes the Buckeyes in their invasion of ida, 14-0, in an inters ctional game
fr Thi Cat Cambridge last Saturday, Michi-
forThird Conference JtheEastagainst Pitt. Uansa de- ;gan's chances against the Crimson
Title in Upset. fled the rain and mud to score two were not particularly enhanced.
to.uchdowns in a most spectacular Coach Horween's boys played uncder
CHICAGO s-ows POWER manner. In his first ramble over wraps, to cdefeat the invading
the goal line he managed to slip 'Gaitors, who were by no means re-
e gol lne h maagedto lipgarded as a setup.
Broken hopes of a third succes- through the arms of some half doz- -_aasp
saie Big Ten championship. and re- en tacklers while navigating a The Floridans came to Cain-
venge, sweetened by 17 years of de- crooked 70 yard course through the b e wih e a, co Cae-
feat .and humiliation, entered the , wa .bridge wit l Georgia, coquer~
Northwestern stadium, hand in muddy waters. ers of Yale, mbered amnng
hand Saturd .v as the furious Wild- Late in the game while the backs their victims. Several outstand-
eats clawed their way to a 7 to 0 on both teams were fumbling the ing players were included in
victory over the Illini in what can jslippery ball easily and inconven- their lineup, including Crab-
be ~~~~~~~~~tree, one of the bast quarter- !inl as etwd osa
be considered a near upset. iently Uansa went wide to snag a baeks in the South, and Van-
Soothing indeed is the music of pass from Rooney and hung on to Sickle, who gained al-men-I
this score to the sons of Northwes- the ball until he had twisted his , ckreogainad ast mea-
trn for it brings with it the double way 27 yards for another touch-' an recognition at end last sea-
meaning of the first victory over down. Ohio State scored a safety son.
Illinois since 1912 at a tire when on a Princeton fumble. In the A
the Indians still had a chance to same quarter Rooney kicked :a field Although they threatened the
at least share another Conference goal to more than offset the Buck- Crimson goal several times and ex-
title. y tended their rivals throughout the
eyes' two points.Igaeth'Gioswrunbeo
The other two games between Big Ohio Makes Passes.' gaee the titr we u l t
:."Tn eeven atractd cmpartiv- pierce the stubborn Harvard de-
en eevens atracted comparative Both teams showed plenty of fense to score. TherCrimson played
fact that-thetcased nview of the strength on the defense but the I alert footboll, recovering several,
the relative standings of changeCn flash and daring of one man car- fumbles and intercepting passes.
terelatve stan.Pdigs of ten- ried the balance of favor far to one The Southerners employed a des-
ferenceretams.d Purdue pasiind Mm- side to the advantage of Pitt. Passes perate aerial game in the second
neota retaned heir positionstat enabled the Ohio State eleven to half in a vain attempt to knot the
the top of the heap with Ohio State threaten the Panthers twice but a ~on
while Wisconsin and Indiana, their tightened defense forestalled any __nt.
respective victims, are still in the scoring both times.
cellar with Michigan. Icrn ms Barry Wood, starting his flirsf
Conference Teams Break Even In the Illinois - Northwestern ~game at quarterback, turned inI
The defeat of Ohio State by Pitt game two men, Bergherm and an impressive performance as
and the Chicago victory over Burnstein, worked to perfection be- field general in addition to his
neutralize hd a line that refused to crack as , good play. He recovered three
Priuncton combined to eutradize-it did against Minnesota's steam fumbles in the last quarter and
theeffet of the wey Wen ina- roller. Bergherm repeatedly pulled climaxed the day with a pass
rion of the East by Western Con- the Illinois defense in by his power- to Harding for the second
teams were doped to lose but sig - fil smashes at the line and then Crimson touchdown.
teamseweretdopedwtohlose butlsia-t
ilar to many games all over the sead ilot thhisgbrlliantk_____
country Saturday the Maroons up- asss. W le e ig lbck Fielding H. Yost was among theI
set the old bucket and tied the Ti- hammered at the center of the line interested spectators who watched
ger's tail into a 15 to 7 knot. Burnstem tapped the ends and Harvard win on straight football.
Only in the second quarter of tackles for substantial gains oCoach Horween's boys used line
this game was the outcome in This game raised the rating of smashes, and off tackle thrusts as
doubt when the Tigers managed to the Wildcats in the Big Ten from their chief offensive weapon. Wally
push over their lone touchdovin of five hundred per cent to .667, the Harper and Eddie Mays stood out'
th, game. The Maroon line was only case in the Conference where for the Crimson in this mode of at-
big and just fast enough to stop the percentage of the team was tack, ripping through the Florida!
the Princeton backs during the rest changed by Saturday's games. With line from midfield for the initial
of the fray. ; Ohio State and Indniaa still on touchdown.
Chcgsrw is lodwe their schedule the Northwestern
Maroon guard, Bunge, broke, elivringa slime optsiochice o-, Again a erward pass from
through to block a punt on the 19 guring in the championship hon- Wood to Harding accounted for!
ors. the final Crimson touchilown.-
yard line and chased the ball back Purdue Holds First. The sm eriai c omiaon
of the goal zone for a safety. The PudeHodFis.T .saeeracmbntn
hurling arm of Wattenberger paved Purdue got a strangle hold on the that tied the Atmy in the last
the way for the second Chicago first position in the ratings by minute of play clicked in theI
score in the third period in two trouncing the Badgers, 13 to 0, at ; ---
passes, one to Wein and the second Madison. The Boilermakers had'
to Vannice over the goal line for little trouble and were not extended DISTINCTIVE
the score. Vannice proved himself i to win their third Big Ten victory.
the hero of the day by taking the The backfield of White, Yunevich,
pikskin for an 80 yard ride down Welch, and Harmeson turned in
the field for the second touchdown. ( their usual smooth effective per-Ufa
Uansa Stars for Pitt f formance and 'dazzled the fans with'(
A little mud horse in the person I every known kind of good football.
of, one Uansa spelled disaster for power.

- fourth quarter when Wood !teams meet Saturday. As laS been
burled the oval into the wait- the custom when the Varsity has Dartmouth Star With 108 Points
ing arms of his teammate from a home game, the "B" team con- ei
' ;the Florida 20 yard strip. test will be played at Ypsilanti Remains Far in Front of
l' ~Saturdaymonig.Nearest Rival.
r Previous to the pass play that re- ay morning,
g sulted in Harvard's second touch- In preparation for his game t
- down, Be'n Ticknor, Crimson center, Coach Courtright gave his men sev-(I Pie .)
had intercepted a pass on Florida's eral new plays last night, but a NEW YORK, Nov. 3-Although Al
20 yerd line to put his team in scor- scrimmage session with the Var-. Marsters added only six points to
t sity hated the practice on them. his record yesterday as Yale turned
Sikkenga, Bergman, and Berko back the Big Green team by 16 to
witz composed the team which the to 12, the Dartmouth flash remain-
Scrimmage Features junior Varsity coach sent to Ferry ed comfortably ahead of his field
WiaField to oppose the proteges of in individual scoring. Thisone
Wolv e 'l Pr actG Ic Coach Harry Kipke. touchdown ran Marsters' record to
The new men who were trans- 108 points. 43 more than his near-
tune of the practice session with ferred from the "A" squad to the est competitor.
reserve team last week will all be Morris of Haverford scored three
raskmaster Kipke driving his men used against Ypsi Coach Court- touchdowns and an extra point
Zard. The opening lineup for the right stated although they have against Johns Hopkins and assn-
'irst team saw the long predicted had some difficulty in accustoming ed second place in the race with 65
themselves to the new signals and points. Hinkle of Bucknell con-
:hange of Captain Joe Truskowski'yy tributed two touchdowns to his
>ack to his end post. Bill Hewitt sl o play.d team's assault upon . Temple, mov-
held down the other flank position strength to the line and speed to ing into third place with 60 points-
with Poorman and Hayden at the backfield and should marten- .~t Yps bcfed -t
tackles, Poe and Bauer at guards, ally aid the chances of the Wol-
and Bovard at center. verines to conguor the team which Morrow, and Gunnerson. These
In the backfielcd Wheeler, Wilson, defeated the Notre Dame junior three men have accounted for most
Morrison, and Gembis started withi Varsity earlier in the season. To do of the gains which the Hurons have
Heston breaking into the lineup this Michigan must stop the star made this year.
at frequent intervals. The promo-
tion of B.auer to the "A" squad]
comes as result of the excellent line
duty which the husky forward .has
turned in on Coach Courtright'sE
organization. x~Cep iona -reparat1o
Against this lineup the "A" Ex ep b ua1 Pe paear eon
team reserves were sent in regu- O R i e S C r e
la for a Busiessaree
lar scrimmage. Mediocrity of play
proved the general calibre of per-
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