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10 AD [0 RUSS BERGIFWR 1 WN THREE TILTS' T O DERS AMACISO[
a' t II f IfTtaks to the bruising defensive (Continued 1Froia Page G6 Co lnte lFrom P,1'goeC6
Au w u ~ rF, work_ of the Wolverine forward wall

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are! !a^ ; 'last Saturday at .Minneapolis Art
E3 Phriner, Gopher backfield ace. lost
Nti t' D.1111 Reaints Ea ,vori +. his position as leader of the iull-
With ibrh vidual scoring race in the West-
terni Conferenme to Bergherm,
Pur11due Next. Northwestern fullback. Although
t - Indiana pulled one of the most sur-
YALE BEATS PRINCE"T.N prising upsets of the year by knock-
inag the Wilcats out of even a share

Three major teams remain u ndo- ,of the Big~ Ten title in case Purdu:"
featoci in the race for gridiron su-. shouild lose next Saturday, Borg-
premracy after last Sa-turrday's h.ei managed to add a touch-
games. Notre Dam^ lo esthe list, downid a point after tounlhdown
having defeated stron teams to;istotal bringing up to 50 points.
throughout the count.ry th~is season. thirer's 49 points ;leave him in
Nevertheless, Pittsburgh and Pur* scn place, while 20 points behind
due both boast powerful elevens, is r pe of Iowa, who also was un-
having turned back all opp(-,ents ab Ile to score wvhen the Hlawkeyes
tur far this year. were turned back by the title bound~
Just as a forwvard ass tirown 1 y enginee~rs from Purdue. The only
H-armeson gave the Boilermakers other-r to addl to their totals were
that, right to call themselves ,Ire Glen Harmenrson, Boilermaker star,
Big Ten champions, so the passing, and Joe Gembis, Michigan's placing
game proved thie downfall of the kicking fullback, each connecting
Trojans at Soldiers' Field, Chicago,F with a point after touchdown.
whnNteDm dcdoenotch -closer to an undefeated ,rec'Tle Standing:
ord by taking the. game,. 13-12. Player.r TP
California Scores First. S erghorm, Northwestern . ... 52
In the first few minutes this( Pharmor, lvinneso a ........ 49
mammoth gathering was rewarded Pape, Iowa................ 29
with thrills-by seeing Duffield, Tro- Hlormeson, Purdue .......... 27
jan qzarterback heltve a 49-yead Glassgow, Iowa ............. 25
pass to 'Aspit who ran for the first W Celm, udu... ... ..2
touchdown. In the second period a ems, Michigan.......... 21
53-yard pass fromt Eldeo Conley 1Sansen, Iowa ............... 18
was responsible for the tieing of the Gctntenbein, Wisconsin...... 18
score by the Irish, 6-6. Y unevich, Purdue ........... 18
But most of the spectacular play Pritchard, Nothwestern .... 18
of the entire game camne when
Saunders caught Notre Dame's HOOSIERS END NO SAJAVE_
kick-off on his own 5-yard line and,
evading the entire team carried the FAYWLCA ITR
ball 95 yards for the third touch- (Continued From Page 6)
downdown of the day. The Trojans,
however missed the try for the ex paign by deaf eating their old rivals,
tra point and conseque~ntly lost the Chicago, by a 20-6 score. The Ma-
game, for Notre Dame retaliated in1 roon's play was far better than the
the same period with another',hesoewudiictoevr
touchdown and the point after that thesmoretouh llinicmaeshower
brought them through victorious,. sms fteIliimrescm
Unasa. Runs Wild, as a result of forward passes. Time
Pittsburgh stamped itself as one and again the Illinois line plays
of. the best teams in the country by were smeared effectively by Stagg's
its decisive victory over Carnegie team. The game was played before ,
Tech, the team that held Notre,
Dame to one touchdown in the early; a Dan.'s day crowd of 25,000 and was
part of the season. The Panthers the thirty-fourth time® the ,two1
romped over Carnegie Tech for 21 rivals had met.
points in the first period to defeat:! In one of the day's greatest up-
them by the final score of 34-13.'E
Uausa ran wild throughout the! sets, either in or out of the Big
game and accounted for two of T'Zen, Indiana bowled over the pow-
Pitt's touchdowns, -as did Walin- erful Northwestern outfit, 19-14, to
chus, another Panther back, climax one of the most thrilling
Coach Dorais' University of Do-. contests of the year. The Purple,
troit gridders held Michigan State; conquerors of Wisconsin, Illinois
scoreless to defeat ;hem by trio! and Ohio State, were picked to eas-
score of 25-0. Detroit has not been ily trounce their opponents, who
defeated this season, although they; had yet to win a conference game.
have been held to a tie by Mar- A brilliant 89-yard run by Ross
quette. Brazil, last year's All-Amer- in the final period spelled defeat
ican was the star of the affair with for the Wildcats, after the game
State. had see-sawed back and forth
Before 80,000 fans Yale won from throughout its entirity. Trailing byi
Princeton in the fifty-third annual eight points with only 10 minutes
contest between the two schools, of the game remaining to play, this
The game was bitterly contested iflashy young halfback, weightingI
and it was only by rising to remark- only 155-pounds, turned defeat fin-
able heights that old Eli succeededj to victory by dashing off a 13-yard
in downing their half-century old rtun for the first touchdown, imnme-
rivals. diately preceeding his longer sprint.
- Incidentally, the Hoosier victor

-the season began, but a cut in the
,t first team about the middle of the
.Cason helped fill in sonfio of the
gaps which could not. be tLxken careO
lirf by the material at hand. One
- man, Dauer, was lust to the ,junior
-Varsity before the Harvard game
since his outstanding line play
earned hinm a place; oii the Vashty
_jsquad.
ri Outstanding- among the me~n who
played on the "B" team wxere Berk-
ow itz, Will::, and Miller i the
backfield. withi Hayes, ivlorgan,
s Bl aine, Bergman, Mosser. and Sik-
k lenga showing the best form in
ythe line. Every one of the men on
the squad deserves credit, however,
Gin th e fine comeback which the
team displayed.
With the completion of the reg-
-ular schedule the "B " team has dM-
banded with the exception of a
few players who will help the Var-
sity prepare for the Hawkeye in-
vasion this Saturday.

improvemnent to consein nnth with
Kennedy eleventh and the remain-j

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"vrw w v -r . w w r~ r r rr w i nl~ l ine l d l!! And I h l S ot l1 '#l °'K i oi li5 k c.d% o
C iconmparision with the four riv-
eters of Purdue's backfield, the
Minnesota back~s did not nearly
i imateh tup to thew'performance of
I 'h(ir Boilermnaketr rvl."Bronko
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plung and his work in backingo
up the weak Gophers forwvards
in e r i-t. s Atten tion

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LOWraiastor, Captain Bensoni and
A ubrey.
Several persons watched the race

irm oobaso h nr rLake Metclota. ?Among, these were (Continued From Page 6)
Coaches Fa rell anid Jones.'acuteoef"DnmeJe.
The next race is the conference acuaeteo Dnmt o.
mee hed n xt atuday on theField goals against Illionis and
Ohio State course at Columbus.i Io-wa provided Michigan with two
Six men are to race with ano ther! glorious victories in 192 1; while his
being carried along ais alternate, two kicks for the point after touch-

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