100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 07, 1929 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1929-11-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

t

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER~ 7, 1920

THE N/IICHI'G-N

D.A tJ.,

T4~NTC-T A ... -

...., ..,L . ..

Crimson Entrains T4

day for Game With ]I'Ic higan'C~IU VET1NDISIFI

w
;

IS FIRST HAR YARD
INVASION OF WEST

Sideline Chatter
By Edward Warncq, Sports editor.

CDVHI ICIIDhIL~TOLAN TIES WORLD MARKFOR
LIE N FFNSVE,100 -METERS ON, GERM AN 'A
Continued fromn Palge 0,.Col. 7) ,ju (tcsdcision, ithWilliams
sotbarnstorming trip tc Vancou~- in declared,, ncwinner.Te
Junior Varsity Shows Improve- 'ver where he competed in the Hast- ; etween~ Tola n W W ainis,
tncnt in Preparation f or Y' 5iy ofwasoclt ings Memor'ial Parr~ gamnes. IMer' Vkf oe ;i,, a W ykoe
Normal arnclie was defeated in the 100 by a thbird place receie~vd a tape

TwIYPZNG-The cs a spccity. Fair
,n itatcs. M.--V.- Mut~Suffi. Dial 9387.

Although, they first met on. the
Score of ,First .Michigan-Harvard gridiron in lt~l, -Michigan and
Game in 1881 Set at 2.0 1-arvard have only play'ed four
games since that date. The Crim-
Instead of 4-0. ,son has a perfect Recordi of four
-- victories and no defeats against the
WOLVES FAIL TO SCOR9E Wolverines, but the closeness, of the
_____rivalry is revealed b~y the fact that
t I, vAssowjcitd .Prs.?Harvard only scored 16 points in
The oldest of all intersectional those four wins.
football wars will be resumed hereg
-Saturday when Harvard invade;s! mich -4i 's first jgaxiie with
the middle west for the first time the son's of Yohn Harvard oc-
to -meet Michigan. It is the fifth cuxred in 1881, when the M1aizc
game of a series doting back to, and Blue .returned fromt Gdth-
1881 and last, played in 1914. The 1 bridge on the short. end, of .a
four previous engagements havel 2-0 score. this was the fourth
entered the" record as shut-out, year of football as an iiitertol-
victories for the Crimson, but the legiate sport at Ann Arbor.
big eastern eleven never has been
able to score more than one touch-, Again in 1883 vile Wolverines met
down against the Maize and Blue IHarvard on the, gridiron, and .were
in any. one game. defeated this time by a 3-0 "count.
The scores have ranged from 2 The third game of 1this series was
lp to 7?due to the varying values played in 1895. the Crimson wvin"-
assigned the touchdowns through I nn ya40sor.Ti a h
the football ages. The game ofony loss suffered by the Micigan
1883 also was marked by a Michni- eleven of that season. Eight gales
gainsafey wich ave ar-were won by the 1895 teami, .Pur-
gvan aet onwh ich tgve accr-due being the only rival besidges
yardtoaneaddingalueoinad-Harvard to score on the Wolverines.
season, of the Michigan pit gis
Michigan first sought conquest G Princeton were scored on safeties.
along the . Atlantic seaboard in Michigan had no regularly ,or-
1881, largely because no oppo- I gnized team in 1382, but tried its
nents were to be found in the west. luck in the east again in 1883.
The game was played Monday,. Yale turned back the Wolverines
October 31. The Crimson rushed by 46 to 0 on Wednesday, Octo-
a touchdown over the line, but! ber 21, and Harvard won 3 to 0
failed to kick goal. Numerical at Jarvis Field on the following
scoring had not then been adopt- day. Wesleyan trimmed the invad-
ed, but the relative values of the ers by 14 to 6 in Hartford on Fri--
various scoring plays made aj day. but Michigan defeated Stevens
touchdown worth about two points by 5 to 1 in Hoboken ;on Satur day,.
and a. goal from ,touchdown four,I winding up the trip and the Maize
the" figures assigned to them byj and Blue season.
rule two years later. The first Twelve years later Coach W.
Harvard-Michigan game was, L. McCauley led a Michigan, eleven
therefore, a Crimson victory by into Cambridge, this time onl a
2 to 0. Michigan records give the single-game invasion scheduled for
score as 4 to 0, but the archives; Saturday, November 9. The Maize
indicate that ,2 to 0 is correct.i and blue was destined to win the
The 1881 Michigan invasion! first championship of the Western
carried to New Haven on Wednes- - Conference, provisionally organized
day ,and to Princeton on Friday.; for the season of 1895 by the presi-
Yale turned back the Wolverines dents of seven middle western uni--
by 11 to 0, and Princeton won by versities, but Capt. Charlie Bre-
13 to 4, with 1883 point-valuesI wer's Crimson rallied from a de-
assigned to the scoring plays. All' feat by Princeton to score over the
Although they first met on the invaders by 4 to 0. .
N-

The last time Michigan and
flarvard battled for .gridiron
rsuipraeniacy was. in 19414, this
r being the only occasion that a
iost-coached teanm played the

is be-
finisb
and
Cff, inl
burn

NOTICE~
WE 'BUY USED CLOTHING
73. BENJAMBTN
215, E. Washington Phone 4310
PIANO TUNING -- Phone 6776.
Victor Allmending;er. The Stein-
way; concert artist tuner. Office
at r siclencc, 1608 Mortont Ave.
2340

1 irom Ule YJi it'I1 1 api , 1'01xn won
Simrall Outstanding ill the 220 z v ykoff in second I

Grxson. Although3 outgainaedl Enlivenied by a cold rTaw wind the,
,~y the M aize and Blue players, ; junior Varsity continued thieir
harvard . gained a 7~-- victory. preparantions for the assault upon
Percy Htaughton, a fanned foot- Ypsilzanti stronghold Saturday
ba. mnttor, wyas thecn thie! morning. The steady improvement
coac at anibidge in charging and blocking on thel
______part. of the forward wall has raised
According to the Daily of Oct. oe ha h}B~ta a
31, 1914, Johinny Maulbetsch,; emerge victorious from the scrap
chroseni all-Amierican halfback later ! with the Hurons and bring ado-
that season, was the Michigan starI quate revenge for the diastrous
of the day. Although only weigh-I defeat suffered at their hands last
ing 156 pounds, Maulbetsch plung- year.
ed hrm :ugh the. Crimson line for The finer points of line play weret
133 yards, averaging five yards stressed again by Coach Courtright
every time he carried the ball, during the earlier portion of the
_____afternoon. The ability to charge
' Strangely similar to the 1929, 1 hard and fast which the coaches
team, the 1914. Wolverines lack- haebnsting odvlp
red the scoring punch when amon the reserve linemen bg
within straking distance; of the1 to show results in the scrimmage,
goal. In; the second quarter later in the afternoon. Providing
1Tiluigan could not put the pig- -protection for. the safety man o
skin over, from , the ,seven yard; punts was also given considerable
1 ~ , while in tie third period Sga teto.dilfloe yasr
Maulbetsch , practically single- Sinldilfloe yasrmm-
handed, earrned the, ball to the mage session took up the remain-i
five yard stripe, but then the der of the practice. Berkowitz and!
Crimson braced, holding forl Willis again alternated in carrying
tlowns. the ball.
WALK-OVER Shoes arej
to look at--they. are built by
SI of thc best leathers obtainable
I their long life they fit well,
I hold their shape. These thin,
their cost economical.

i
t

LastYears Co ebac place, the time was 21.4.
_______ Going directly to New York from
(Cotined romPag GCal 5) Vancouver Bowan and clan sailed
'Cotined romPag 6.COI 5) for Europe and joined the other
of "Ducks'" which he has held everI four men on the team at Cologne
since. Called upon to do the punt- ; here Tolan equaled the worlds's
ing and safety work his work called !Irecord for the 100 zn~ters withha2
for much praise. ifatst 10.4,. In this race he defeated
Wieznian coached team Simi. all Lamntners of Glermany who placedf
rose to the heights of stardomin iid in the Olympic finals. The
the season's final with Iowa. Driv- 100-1meter course is equal to 109 3-41I
ing through the Iowa forwards w~ith yards, while the 200-meter race is
regularity "Ducky" was the prin- aJgout 218 yards. At Cologne Tolan
fcipal gainer of the day. :won the 200-meter ill 21.3 on aC
IIn addition to his yeoman ball curved track. This curved track
toting services Simrall stood Off used in the 200-meter race is much
the IHawkeye-pass attack by inter- harder than y straight course in
cepting four heaves and returningI th e Opinion of Tolan, and he hadf
them for sizable gains, difficulty in getting accustomed to;
I it.
iThe other men on the American
BASKTBAL MAAGE ~.team were Lo Sexton,. Georgetown;
TReOTS!t tie Kje1ltrom, also of Georgetowna
All tryouts for basketball Swedish native going to school in
nanager will rpr tte I !the United States; Fred Sturdy,
Itramural -Building, every night Roc.kaway- of Ohio State, and,
thisweek at ' o'cock.Bowen of Pittsburgh. All of these
Ti- Quinn, Varsity Manager events.
_____ (To Be Continued.)

esofRuggc
'ength

not merely good
ymraster workmen
eand throughout
1feel good and
igs all help make

A real college
style ini a new
shade of Brown
Calf.
1V

" :
"
r ,
,a
a ,
is

You'll get more fun and
more miles per dollar on
a Greyhound bus than in
any other method of trav-
el known. Learn the low
" fares now in effect. Check
up on the coiivenij~it
departure, and arrival
times. Then take a bus
next week end-see for~yo~rself w hy
somn l vrtecuthis comfortable, low costway. Tickets
and information at depots.)
LOW FARES

Good Taste
Suggests the sift of
Stationery: By purchasing
it at The Mayer-Schairer
Co. you assure yourself of
precise correctness in thisq
most genteel of gifts. A
pleasing variety, is' available.
THE
Mayer-Schairer
COMPANY
STATIONERS, PRINTERS
BIN-OURS,, OFFICE OUTFITTERS
1 12' South Main St.

Have You a House?
IU s e C l a ss i fed A d v e r t i i g
Oflicc: Press Bldg, on Maynard St.
Phone 2-1214

l

N 115 SOUTHI MAIN STREE'r

c+
'C'!'

-DEPOTS
UASTERN MICHIGAN MOTOR
COACH CO.
200 *South Fourth St.
Phone 3589
DEPENDABLE
5,-'. 1

C-IICAGO
ST. . LOUIS
MADISON
CHAMPAIGN
MINNEAPOLIS

;

9.30
8.30
8.0:3

SPECIAL
WINN*ERZS
For
Tomorrow
'and
Saturday

0

The

. . .14.30

value of ;the season

_... . -.
I

0

PICK YOUR SHOES
as carefully as your tie
PEOPLE pay attention to the
things successful men wear~as
; well as what they say. The
. first~ step toward success is to
look succesul ... and shoes
mark the man. I
A . 'This is the season for light-
r. # weight and feather-weight
1 shoes ...,tans in the. day-
time, blacks at night, and
sport shoes to suit 'yotir
'' playtime whims. We have
i t~hem all andhere's a new
' model feather-weigh 1 tan
that's smart as an Aire--
.. dale £or,any man whose
F ~face wears a heal thy
coat of'summer tau.,
'~ Snii0SMARK THE MN

SOCIETY BRAND
SUITS
with TWO TROUSERS

$50

i

WfTTe never thought Society Brad
could beat its previous $50 values
But it has ! Here's a $50 suit with
4til more wear -and with ane extra
pair of trousers besides. It's the sa
eon's gretostvalin fie cl.the
I T ai.5

A late purchase enables us to
offer :the "bet buys" of the season~
for Friday and Saturday,
They are Winhers
Reg-&ular $35&$4
Men-s Suits
$2500f
(Extra Trousers $5,.0)

41.

Y

i

!1 !I

III

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan