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DAILY

FACE SEVEN

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PLAY BY PLAY ACCOU NT Of MICIGAN GOPERSl EXPECTED
MINNESOTA BATTLE f AT MI NEAP l S TO EA WISONSIN

MICHIGAN REGAINS BROWN JUG

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Superior Play of Michigan Line ploughed into right guard, just;
Helps in 7-6 Defeat Handed missing a first down. Morrison
Out to Gophers. made it a first down on Minne-

Strong Minnesota Eleven Will
Battle Thistlethwaite's
Team Next Week.

sota's 38-yard line.
(Continued From Page 3 Wilson gained seven yards BADGERS IN POOR SHAPE
THIRD PERIOD. through left end. Morrison hit
Michigan's lineup remained the right guard for a yard, but Michi- (Suc zia1 tThe DaiIy
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 17. -- Al- I
same as at the half. gan was penalized five yards for ;thOtr Wis. Nov 17.v- alk
Timmkiced t Morisn onoffide though there is much brave talkI
29mm yarkd t l ine a nd here- ilsnctinieed o.i
Michigan's 2 ardle ee- Wilsoncutinsideendorsixabout the campus as to Wisconsin's
turned it 10 yards. Simrali gained yards. Gembis ran into a snag at "great chance" to beat Minnesotak
four yards at right tackle. Michi- right tackle. Simrall punted over wh'en the two teams meet in their,
gan was penalized five yards for Minnesota's goal line, and Minne- final battle of thc season, Nov. 23
backfield action. sota put the ball in play on hr aposf cs
Nagurski stopped Wilson without own 20-yard line. Kpirk Went s
gain. Anderson downed Simrall for Riebeth fr innesota. ring of conviction.-
for a 14-yard loss when he at- Nagurski hit left guard for two Keener observers of football sense }v
tempted a pass. Simrall punted yards. Kirk's pass to Brockmeyer the false note-lwhich is caused!
fromh his 1.-yard line to Riebeth on was incomplete. Lesell went in mainly by the Gophers' unexpected
his 21.-yard line, and he returned it for Minnesota, taking Broc-
six yards. meyer's place. Leksels long pass defeat by Iowa last Saturday. Those
Pharmer's pun, was blocked by to Kirk was incomplete. Minnesota 'who have followed Minnesota's
Hayden on Michigan's 45-yard line, was penalized five yards fot two in- football history through the years
Simrall's pass to Gembis put the complete passes. know that the northerners almost'
ball on Minnesota's 42-yard line. fBarnhart kicked out of bounds -d
Wilson hit left tackle for five yards. on his 41-yard line. On a double nvaiably play onet aatmtheres
Minnesota took time out. pass, Morrison gained three yards ent Gopher squad got theirs out of
Langenburg was injured and at right guard. Wilson cut insde their system at Iowa City. h
Riehsen took his place. left end for six yards. Morriso This Minnesota team was recog-
Gemnbis ploughed into center for 'made it first down on innesota's nized here, untillast week, as one
four yards. Morrison made it first 29-yard line. zf heretil lat eek aone .
down on Minnesota's 30-yard line. Gross went in for Teeter for of the greatest that ever wore the
Maroon and Old Gold. Man for
Wilson made three yards at left Minnesota. Wilson, gained five man, it was known to be a remark- "Little I
end. On a bad pass from center, yards at right tackle. Leksell able eleven. And it will be a re-"t
Truskowski lost four yards as the threw Wilson for no gain. Michi- narkable eleven in its remaining Once again the question of the!
period ended. gan took time out. Cornwall went games. ession of the "Little Brown Jug"
Score: Minnesota 6; Michigan, 0 in for Morrison. Wilson slid over Ages t r hW i sbesn seted"ildrwn batl
Fourth Period. right tackle for two yards. gai nt a strength, Wisc on'
On a triple pass, Wilson made Munn went in for Minnesota, re-' one en c gamefro h e and this mu h converted bit of!
three yards at right end. Gembis placing Kakela. On a place kick weaest eleven in Big Ten-whih earthenware will be returned to the
came back for a place kick but it formation, Simrall was rushed by Chicago was as it played last Sat- lair of the Wolverines where it has
was turned into a forward pass Munn and Michigan lost the ball on da Th
which Wilson took on Minnesota's downs on Minnesota's 2.7-yard line. . "n of footall loib which hep the rrtion.
three-yard line. Wilson cut into Munn was replaced by Berghs. A Badgersfcn be cogic by whichthei the competition.
left tackle for a yard. On a fake pass, Leksell to Nagurski, made itn to whinDr.dSpears ga In 1903, in the preparation for the
play Gembig started talking and first down on Minnesota's 41-yard i Now and then, in such a situation. seventh Minnesota-Michigan grid-
Morrison plunged over for a touch- line. A pass, Leksell to Kirk gain- Ithe under dog does wil--but the- iron gameWolverine scouts return-
down. Score: Mich~ia~n 6; Mitn i ed four yards. Nagurski was rushed is always an exceptional reason for to Ann Arbor with the news that
sOt,a 6. Gembis place kicked for the on an attempted pass which was these rare miracles of form rever-_---
extra point. incomplete. Leksell's pass was in- sal
Score: Michigan 7: Minnesota, 6. tercepted by Daniels on Michigan's
Gembis kicked out of bounds. 37-yard line. Present indications are that Wis-
On his second he kicked over the f Wilson hit right tackle for a I consin will have to face the Gophi-N
goal line, and Minnesota put the yard. Wilson failed to gain at; ers with the same personnel which!
ball in play on her 20-yard line. 4right end. Gembis ploughed through- played Chicago and with two or The finest
Nagurski b r o k e throught left center for seven ,yards. Simrall three of those men in doubtful con-
tackle for eight yards. Pharmer kicked to Minnesota's 21-yard line, dition.
made it first down on his 30-yard where Kirk was downed in his Sammy Behr was in a
line.. Brockreyer went in for' Phark: tracks. 'damforBthfr wst imea it ovetwoI T
mer. A pass. Leskell to Barnhart, day, for the first time in over two
Hayden Stopped Riebeth after a gained a yard. Hoefler replaced weeks. If his appearance served to
three-yard gain. Brockmeyer -slid Anderson for Minnesota. reve thorde
i Game ended: chances of the husky Saminy play-Sore
over left tackle for two yards.i Game ended:
Riebeth's pass to Tanner was in- Mihigan, 7; Minnesota, 6. ing any kid of a game this fall are!
complete. Brockmeyer on a poor . ipractic y zero. The big Rockford
punt, sent the ball out of bounds on CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-A local clean- boy, wl 10 was such an important!
ercog InteBde ahn' al
his 49-yard line.er at Champaign has advertised in the Badger machine's early
Barnhart replaced Brownell for that he will clean and block-the games, was barely able to move/
Minnesota. Gembis gained a foot, hats of all the nembers and faster than a walk Tuesday. His I
at right tackle. Wilson cut inside coaches of the Illinois football team injured leg is still in very bad
lef end for seven yard. Gembis j free of charge. shape.

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Boilermakers Must Down Indiana
to Remain in Race for
} Big Ten Title.
(Special to Daily)
BLOOMINGTONInd., Nov. 16.
'-With a Big Ten football cham-
pionship involved and with the Old
Oaken bucket hanging in the bal-
ance, Hoosierdom's thirty-second
renewal of the Purdue-Indiana
classic will be staged here Satur-
day under new high pitches of en-
thusiasin never reached in the past.
Purdue comes here 'with its first
chance for a Big Ten title. Indi-
ana, playing on its home grounds,
is braced against defeat, deter-
mined to rise to super heights and
win from its time honored foe.
Indiana and Purdue have been
trying to settle their gridiron feud
, for the past thirty-eight years.
The game has become Hoosierdom'>s
greatest football contest of the

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the jug could not be found. Weeks!
later word was received that Min-
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Michigan could claim it if it could
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