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SUNDA, OT~liR 19,1930.,VE

Jack Wheeler Proves to be Best
Ground Gainer for Michigan
With Newman Second.
(Continued from Page 1)
Hinchman broke through te
Michigan defense for 70 yards
while Carroll was close behind with
67. Horn also played well gaining
39 yards during the afternoon.
Fesler showed himself to be a
punter of ability by averaging 46
yards per boot, while Simrall who
did Michigan's kicking averaged
451/2 yards.
Pass Defense is Effective.
During the first part of the game
Michigan played carefully and
waited for the breaks which never
came, but finally decided to take
matters into its own hands, first
with the long pass to Simrall, and
finally with the drive toward the
goal in the second half, which also
ended with the ball behind their
opponents' goal line. These were
the only times Michigan had a
chance to count, and it is a tribute
to their ability that they took ad-
vantage of them. The drills which
Coach Kipke sent his men through
last week in pass defense bore fruit
today when the Bucks were able
to complete but four out of 24 tries,
three of these being in the last
period when nearly every Crimson
play was a pass.
With Ohio State and Purdue out
of the way, Michigan has hurdled
two of the outstanding title con-
tenders in the Big Ten and has
established itself as one of the most
logical aspirants for the crown
now held by the Boilermakers.
Auer, Daniels Out.
Michigan's victory came without
the services of two of the regular
linemen, Auer and Daniels being
kept from the game because of
injuries. However, the Wolverine
substitutes filled their places well
,and did not prove to weaken the
unity of the team. While the un-
balanced line offensive which Coach
Willaman uses this year appeared
to baffle the Wolverines somewhat
during the game, the line held in
the pinches with Cornwell and
Purdum standing out in this de-
partment of the game.
All men interested in trying
out for the varsity fencing squad
are requested to report at the
Intramural S p o r t s building,
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Coach Johnston.
CHICAGO - Donnie MacFayden,
center, and Clarence MacKenzie,
wingman, former Marquette Uni-
versity hockey stars, have been
signed by the Chicago Shamrocks
of the American Hockey League.
They are expected to bolster up
the Windy City team this season.
university has entered into a pact
with Kansas State Agricultural
college, under which the students
of each school will refrain from
painting up the buildings and sta-
tues on the campus of the other
during the coming year.I

MS.C. N td Colgate AYH' TEAM LINE-UP IGleia C tdtt Toves Duae Upsts Middies
in MajorDope Upset TIE SCOREI I ToTouarnanent rinals 8-0 s ineen Star
Michigan State's gridiron warriors ._Bichigan LE. .Ohio Staer iBy ssocidie rt)
Bovard .. .....LE.. ,..... Cramer (By Assocatd Press) A NPLS c.l Apwr
today sprang one of the major up- Ohio B Squad Plays WoLverines Jordan.LT.Nichlaus ANNAPQLIS, Oct. 13.-A power-
sets of the 1930 season by admini - 6-6 DeadlOCk. Parker.LG........Kellar LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17.-Peerless fut set of Duke University back
stering a 14 to 7 trimming to Col- Winston.......C........ Cochran match play and coolest of them all field accs smashed the Navy 18 to
gate's great team. The result was (Continued From Page 6) Gnger.......R.......Wrtll when under fire, Glenna Collett, 0 on Farragut Field today while a
entirely unexpected, for the eastern turning the ball to its own 30-yard Justice.......RE..... Salvetarra New York City, moved one step scrappy line halted every thrust
team had been leading its section line. The Bees held them there Kutsche .......Q ..........Fivaz nearer her objective, a fifth wom- and the North Carolinians scored
of the country in scoring with 178 ansocdte opn.Iush Coombe.... ...... Marshall ensntoa ofcposi, their first victory in the four game
oits intr gams. h and forced them to punt. Kutsche ...... ..... a ens national golf championship, to- seies
pontsinthreegames-BremenBrow returned the ball 10 yars to the Berkowitz ..... F........Pracher day with a smashing 5 and 3 victory Smashing wide holes, the Duke
Monnett was the outstanding 20-yard stripe where he fumbled Touchdowns - Michigan, Berko- over Helen Hicks, 19-year-old In- forward wall halted every Navy at-
man on the field. Playing at half but recovered the ball himself. witz; Ohio State, Scherer. wood, N. Y. star, in the semi-finals tack except in the final period, and
for State, he ran 63 yards in the An end run coupled with a five- Substitutions-Michigan, Lindsey of the national classic. even then Ingram's backfield star,
closing minutes of the game for the y a r d penalty gave Michigan its for Kutsche, Markley for Bremen, Lou Kern, injected despite an in-
ing ufirst down. n the next play Ber- Frisk for Horwitz, Benz for Unger, in jury in a desperate attempt to
winning touchdown, and place- kowitz reeled off eight yards thru Bennett for Frisk; Ohio State, Miss Virginia Van Wie, Chicago, in turn the tide could not get away
kicked both of his team's extra the center of the Buckeye line, Scherer for Pracher, Rentschler for the 36-hole final. after reaching the scoring zone.
points. He passed and line-plunged but his team was forced to kick as Worstell, Williams for' Marshall, a_
for gain after gain, and was the the visitors held. The rest of the Dick for Allen, Kazmerchekf for i(611FItfl6iIifliiEtitllrt imi@!bsa li111iIItimmI
mainspring of the Spartan attack quarter resolved itself into kicking DeMalker, Marshall for Williams.
mnSaaffair with State having an advant- Officials - Referee, Ingersoll, "Every Student needs one
The first half saw no scoring, but age in distance because of the wind. Dartmouth; Umpire, McCullough,
State gave a hint of what was to f The quarter ended with the ball on ( Springfield; Field Judge, Thomp-
come, for it was constantly threat- Michigan's 23-yard line. Score: son, Lavrence; Head Linesman,_
ening, only missing a touchdown by Michigan 0, Ohio State 0. Ileugel, Chicago.
e . Michigan opened up a bit in the Score by quarters:
nches early in the second quartersecond quarter after receiving the Michigan .:....0 6 0 0-6 Fiber and Canvas
Colgate was almost never on the Buckeye kick in midfield. Bremen Ohio State .....0 0 0 6-6
favorable side of the 50-yard line. took the ball and started away in
In the third period each team the wrong direction for 10 yards running attack, however, and only
before he was tackled. Berkowitz
scored once. Grove put the Spar- immediately made it up however one good gain was made around the
tn in th ads a tchn with two 'successive cross bucks ends. The third quarter ended with a
ya fumble before it touched the which netted a first down. the ball still in Ohio territory in . ":-..9 t - _
ground. This touchdown was the Two unsuccessful plays and then the Wolves' possession on the 33- 1U
grod This t hos se Berky again reeled off a first down 1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
first scored against Colgate this sea- thPBcONEyr lne coe7tll64o0,Mih
son. On a steady advance the east- to place the oval'on the Buckeye yard line. Score still 6 to 0, Mich- HALF BLOCK EAST OF CAMPUS
ern team then carried the ball from 32-yard stripe. On the next play igan.
its 27-yard line across the goal line he took the ball through a wide ga Kicking Duel Ensues. -
by a steady series of line plunges, at center and then eluding the State The final quarter was as much'
aided by a pass and a five-yard secondary, he managed to cross the Ohio's as the previous one wa
penalty. goal line before being tackled. Michigan's. With the advantage of FOR A GOOD LOOK
The game was played in flurries Bremen missed the try for point the wind, they engaged in a kicking
of game a ld in aluis when his place kick went wide of duel which soon left them in mid SMALL, smart sport glass that can be used
struck the capitol city. The was the uprights. The half ended with field. It was here that Williams,
stnuy thsae capiold ctyher was the ball on the B-uckeye 33-yard line Fivaz, and Pracher started their L.continuously without the slightest eye strain.
weather undoubtedly being t heas Michigan still'maintained an of- line drives. The 15-yard penalty Gives the widest field ever attained: 320 yards at
cause. fensive drive gave them a chance and taking yards
Justice Receives. the ball from the 39-yard stripe, i;OOO distance.
The third quarter was all Michi- Williams ripped off a wide end run
badger Harriers Beat gan's. Justice received the Ohio to the left which netted a first Takes in the "whole show" at
Penn Champion Team kick on his twenty-yard stripe and down. Fivaz and Pracher then man-
managed to reach the Wolverine aged to rip through the line to Racing Talkies Theatre
(By Associated Press) 44-yard line before being downed. place the ball in scoring distance Racing Football Talkies Theatre
MADISON, Wis.-The University Failing to make yardage, they from which Scherer took it over. Opera Bird Study Touring
of Wisconsin cross-country team kicked to the Ohio 15-yard line. The With the score tied, Ohio tried des-
defeated the University of Penn- visitors immediately returned the perately to score again, but the gun
sylvania harriers, last year's east- kick to the 39-yard line. Here the ended the game just as State re-
ern inter-collegiate champions, 24 Wolves tried some of the passes covered Lindsey's fumble on his own $1250
to 34, today. Coan, Pennsylvania which they have been practicing for 30-yard line.
placed first in the four-mile race the past week and Kutsche got off Although Michigan's offense was
in 21 minutes 59 seconds. George a 20-yard heave to Justice who was weak, its defensive play cannot be
Wright, Wisconsin, was second. The stopped on the 23-yard line. criticized. Berkowitz was by far the
next eight places went to Wiscon- There the Michigan backs were best man on offense as well as de-
sin. held for downs and the ball chang- fense. Winston played a fine game
ed hands. What little offensive at center and was responsible for
strength the Jayvees had seemed to most of the gains through the cen-
disappear at this time. Despite the ter of the line with the holes he -
Net Meet From Austin fact that they held the ball well opened up. Justice played a good
within the Buckeye territory all defensive game as did Kutsche in
(By Associated Press) during this quarter, they failed to the backfield.,
LONDON.-Jean Borota, French take advantage of their position. Captain Fivaz did most of the
Davis Cup player, won the English Neither team could use an aerial ground gaining for Ohio State, but DRUG COMPANY
covered courts tennis champion- attack to any advantage because of Williams, who subbed for Marshall 324 South State State and Packard
ship today, defeating H. W. Austin, the bitter cold and the wind, thus, at the left half post, pulled off good South and East University
of Great Britain, in a five-set Coach Courtright's best offensive gains and tackles while he was in
match at the Queen's Club. The weapon was practically useless. The the game. Worstell and Salveterra
score: 6-1, 0-6, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2. The Michigan ends and backs managed played well on the right side of the
women's singles title went to Miss to smeer the highly touted grey Buckeye line.
Joan Ridley, who defeated Miss I
Joan Fry 6-2, 6-2.-
'NEW YORK-Benny Friedman's SUDDEN
New York Giants have been clean- StERVICEi
ing up their opponents in profes-
sional football lately. They defeated
Ernie Never's Chicago Cardinals atb
the Polo Grounds Thuiraday night,
25 to 12.
-More than half of the freshmana
i class has elected R. O. T. C. work.

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