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Crowd of 25,000 Sees
Boilermakers Turn
Tide of Battle.
Badgers Beaten 7 to 6
in Crucial Game
at Lafayette.
(By Associatd Press)
LAFAYETTE, Oct. 25. - Wiscon-
sin's bid for Big Ten football honors
failed to matc. Purdue's desperate
effort to remain in the title battle
and the golden-accoutred Boiler,
makers sent the Badgers home
beaten, 7 to 6. More than 25,000 old
grads and other Purdue adherents
finally got something to yell about
in the third period, of what had
been an exceedingly dull exhibition
of football, when Howard Kissell
and Jimmy Risk touched off the
dynamite of the Purdue attack and
the two plays scored a touchdown.
The same 25,000 less t~le 2,000
Wisconsin followers changed their
cries from cheers to pleas in the
middle of the fourth period when
'the Badgers made a brilliant effort,
which produced a touchdown, but
failed of the vital point.
The vaunted Wisconsin running
attack, the one that shattered Chi-
cago and Pennsylvania on succes-
sive weeks, was present, but not
when the Badgers were within scor-
ing distance of the Purdue goal
. Score by periods:
Purdue.............0 0 7. 0--7
Wisconsin ...... .. . 0 0 6-6
Little America' Will Appear
on November 28.



MURF'H TO CONFER Varsity Employs
(WITH YOST! MURILJ1verhead Attack


Cleveland Methodist Minister to
Open Series Sponsored by
Ann Arbor Churches.

To Discuss Suggested Gridiron 7
Contest between Michigan,

o Crus inuians



Speaker to Discuss 'Consecrated
Strength'; Anderson Will
Aid in Service.
"Consecrated Strength" will be
the topic to be discussed at the
first universityeconvocation of the
year to be held at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Hill auditorium. Louis C.
Wright, pastor of the Epworth-Eu-
clid Methodist church of Cleveland
and president of the federated
churches of Cleveland, will deliver
the address with Merle H. Anderson
of the Ann Arbor also assisting in
the service.
Is Well Known Speaker.
Dr. Wright, who conducts a vig-
orous program in his own church
in Cleveland, is a well-known col-I
lege speaker and has had a great
deal of experience before under-
graduate audiences in the East and
Middle West. He is a trustee of
Baldwin-Wallace college and has
charge of their chapel service. HeI
has served as committeeman on
several of the ,north east conferen-
ces, to the general conference of
which he was also a last year.
The speaker filled an engagement
in Boston last Sunday and expects
to fly up from Cleveland by waysof
Dearborn for his visit to Ann Ar-
James N. Candler, '32E, will rep-
resent the Studeht Cquncil on theI
convocation committee. Eleanor A.
Cooke, '31, will serve as representa-
tive from the Michigan league, and
Hugh R. Conklin, '32E, has been
chosen to serve on the committee
from the Union.
Rev. Lewis to Speak.
John W. Lederle, '33, from the}
Student Christian association headsI
the work as chairman of the com-
Rev. Henry Lewis, pastor of the
Episcopal church of Ann Arbor, will
I ~nP~~ t the Ministerial associa-

Detroit University.
No Announcement Made After l
Conference of Officials
Mayor Frank Murphy will confer
with Fielding H. Yost, director of
intercollegiate athletics, and Regent
James O. Murfin today to definitely,
decide whether it will be possible to
Louis C. Wright, arrange a post-season football game
Minister at the Epworth-Euclid between the Michigan Varsity and
Methodist church in Cleveland and 1 the University of Detroit team. No I
noted lecturer, who will give the announcements were made by offi-
first convocation address of the cials following yesterday's discus-
year in Hill auditorium tonight. sion of the proposed charity game,
although dissenting opinions were
given by both Yost and Murf in.i
STATISTICS It will be difficult to arrange a
game, in the belief of Fielding H.
First Downs- Yost, director of intercollegiate ath-
Mich: By rushing, 4; passing, 1. letics at Michigan, who said Friday
Ill: Byrushing, 5, passing, 1; night at Ann Arbor that he did not
penalty 1.!believe the game could be held.
Yards Gained- James O. Murfin, of Detroit, a re-
Mich: By rushing, 50; by pass- gent of the University, likewise said
ing, 75; total, 125. that while he would hardly endorse
Ill: By rushing, 73; by passing, such a game, he did not believe that
20; total 93. the schedule of either school would
Passes- permit playing of the contest.
Mich: Attempted 5, completed "I would like to see a game of
3; yards gained, 75. . the sort proposed by the mayor,"
Ill: Attempted 11, completed 2; Mr. Murfin said. "The Western
Punts- i Conference rules restrain Michigan
Mich: Kicks 15; Average yards, from participating in such a game,
42; otal630.but they could be amended by the
42totIll: Kicks 9; average yards, 34; members. But if the game were to
total 309. be played before Thanksgiving it
Touchdowns- would have to be a mid-week game
Mich: Wheeler 1, Hudson 1. and this would be a hardship on
Ill: Berry 1. both teams.
Place Kicks- "It might be feasible to play on
Mich: Attempted 2, complet- Thanksgiving Day, but if I were a
ed 1. member of the Detroit team I
III: Attempted 0, completed 0. would regard that as unfair. The
Extra Points- Detroit players have a game on
Mich: Attempted 2, complet- November 29 and a game on
ed0. Thanksgiving Day certainly would
Ill: Attempted 1, completed 1. affect their form. On the contrary
if a game is arranged for a date
after the University of Detroit's
n n Tn 7r , last game, it could not be held un-

Michigan Team Takes

Frequent Fumbles; Third Big Ten
Win Raises Hopes.
Captain "Ducky" Simrall, who was carried from the field
unconscious at the Michigan-Illinois game, was reported
late last night to be "feeling very well and resting easily" at the
University hospital. Doctors at first feared that Simrall had
suffered a concussion of the brain, but the X-ray photographs
proved negative. Friends will be allowed to visit him after 9
o'clock in the morning.
M icihigan continued its triumphant march through the ranks of the
I Ten vesterdav afternoon when the Wolverine eleven swept over the
fighting Illini for a 15-7 win at the Michigan Stadium.
This victory leaves the way for a Michigan championship compara-
tively clear with Chicago and Minnesota left as the only blocks over
which Coach lKipke's hopefuls may stumble. Neither of these teams is
possessed of any extraordinary football material this year, and with
Purdue, Ohio State and Illinois safely out of the way, the Maize and
Blue has passed through the most dangerous part of its schedule un-
sca led.
The gane yesterday w\vas marred by the frequent fumbles on the
part of both teams. :i\ chigan, however, recovered all but one of the
lxybb 1le made during the sixty minutes of play, and several of these came
at moments when it would have been
I much to the advantage of the invad-
Simrall Hears Radio ers to keep possession of the ball.
LaJeunesse Recovers Ball.
cc to VcWhen the game was but a few
minutes old, LaJeunesse pounced on
While his team-mates were de- an Illinois fumble' on the Orange
feating the fighting Illinois and Blue 25-yard line to pave the
team, Captain "Ducky" Simrall way for the first Michigan score.
listened to the radio account of Two line plays netted six ,yards
wh e n Newman, whose accurate
heaves are fast making a name for
him in Conference circles, stepped
back and aimed a toss at Wheeler,
who was absolutely free across the
Illinois goal line. The whole play
was well executed, with the inevita-
ble result that Wheeler had but to
touchrthe ball to the ground for
_"the first six points of the game.
Newman's try for goal was wide.
The stocky sophomore quarter-
back was directly responsible for all
of the points made by the Wolves,
the game in a hospital bed since the next score, made in the



Frank 0. Riley,
Michigan drum major, who led
the Varsity band yesterday in its
maneuvers up and down the Wol-
verine gridiron. Riley has won com-
mendation this year for his success.
in tossing the baton over the goal
posts; he has not missed once dur-
ing the season.
111 nnUnier-Iieere~

Rear Admiral Byrd's book, en- IVU IIL
titled "Little America," has been l EU UU
completed and will be publishedI



November 28, according to a letter
recevedeste8,acordynbytHenrylMer, L * II. U r u Ciin an advisory capacity. HTher j ' "rL- through a radio supplied im-
LLUc*eived yes'tinrandthebyh]e111y HMLser,. il thesctuwe-0 ~ceiue. mediately following announce-
business,maanaer of the Oratoricalent AChristian association are I NI nnABBOT ANNOUNCES ment of his injury and removal1
ssocion, uner whseauspices Engineering Faculty Man Gives making the principal financial sup- RADIoWAD DRE E o "Uthositaliltgen or ll arg. smal
Ann Arbor on November 10.Radio Address on Use of port to the project. ~-tamAed concussion of the brain,
Further information received by Knife in Operations. T Many Faculty Talks to Make Up recovered consciousness in time.
Moser stated that Admiral Byrd ARRESTS ATTEND Alpha Sigma Phi Receives Prize Week's Program over WJR. to hear the air account of the
would appear in his naval uniform "Cutting people with knives is FOOTBALL CROWD for Best Homecoming final Michigan touchdown and
and would be accompanied by giving way to cutting people with ---k the eventual victory.
"Igloo," his pet fox-terrier, who has givingas Day Design. Fauttlkondvriedsb theetalvcry
"eenon,"h Nt and S ho heat," said Prof. A. D. Moore, of Lawbreakers Keep Police Busy j--Ijects will make up the radio pro-
expeditions with him.n t the electrical engineering depart- Durrod Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, 1315 gram for the week of Oct. 26 which
exeiin ihhm uigGame Period. will be broadcast over WJR from
Byrd will have with him 9,000 ment, last night in his radio talk Hill street, was awarded the Gold- the UniversitystudioverdJ r omgT
.feet of- film, hitherto unreleased in Iover WJR, while discussing the so- Among the crowd attracted to! man Brothers cup for the most nh Univeity studio yascordgtoy -r v
h1s lecture tour, and consequently called bloodless or radio knife used Ann Arbor by yesterday's football unique Homecoming day decora- by Prof. Waldo Abbot, director ofT
will be shown in Ann Arbor for the in modern surgery. game were lawbreakers of many tion yesterday afternoon following broadcasting.
A few tickets for single lectures "All that the usual knife does is descriptions, and as a result offi a tour of inspection around campus The program addressed to the
ae tionksaes aordingt Meur.s to cut, and in cutting it leaves a cers were keeping the police sta- before the opening of the game by Tichigan Congress of Parents a
The other speakers on the series train of difficulties in the path," tion filled throughout yesterday af- a committee of three judges. Hon- faces ofltaio R ber 5
s- he said. "There are several great ternoon and evening with those a orable mention was accorded Theta cilities of Station WJR between Abraham Epstein, Authority on
x ncage ayn and 5:30 o'clock tomorrow when Dr.
sia; Gilbert Chesterton RWilliamI advantages in radio'knife surgery: rested on charges varying from Xi, 1345 Washtenaw avenue, Lamb- Willard C. Olson, rincal of the State PensionsWill
ar; Caeth esr; and Countthe needle sterilizes as it cuts, ex- peddling without a licence to driv- da Chi Alpha, 1601 Washtenaw, and
Von Luckner. cept where veins and arteries are ing while drunk. Chi Psi, 620 South State street. Unversity elementary schoo ll Lecture Here.
__nLuckn__._encountered, there- is no bleeding, Charges of peddling without li- Tt speak on "The Behavior Problems
mechanical implantation of malig- cences were placed against Samuel winner of the annual decorations in Children. On the same program "Private Insurance vs. Social In,
Irish Crush Panthers nant cells can not occur, and sev- Rosenburg, Dave Litwin, Oscar contest was composed of Prof. Mrs. J. K. Pettingill, president of surance" will be discussed by Abra-
ered nerve ends are cooked. reduc- T u c k e r, Hyman Tucker and Bruce M Donaldson, of the fine he congss, will talk to memberspeil ex e d b a -
DAsocaty,_I ing the post-surgical shock." Norman Gelman. Litwin gave arts department, Walter H. Gores, of the organization. h Epten, 4: r o n ocial aei-
> The radio knife does not work his home as Detroit, while and Ross T. Bittenger, of the archi- Prof. Joseph H. Cannon, of the lation, at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow aft-
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 25.-Another merely by drawing a hot needle Rosenberg and Oscar T u c k e r tectural college. electrical eniheringdepartment, ernoon in room D Alumni Memorial
great Notre Dame eleven, g through the flesh, Professor Moore live in Ann Arbor, and Hyman Tuc- The Alpha Sigma Phi house dec- wl spe ongtheernd o hall at an all-campus forum spon-
high along the road to the national explained, but instead sparks from ker and Gelman are from Chicago. oration consisted of a replica of t t st n sored by the Student Christian as-
championship shattered the Pan- the needle to the flesh produce the The men were held to await trial. the early settlers' barricades, and the subject, "Why Must I Know ciaton.
thers of Pittsburgh with five touch- heat that does the cutting. Sam Goldberg and Alex Sclav, completely hid the frontage of the mat iedauer?" soc tin
backpJsephly.Ahpoulareediaotalkey Dr.ItroEuopein hrecn r trehsm da
downs in one half today, sat back Joseph Brinkman, new professor both of Detroit, and Sherman Ka- fraternity. The words "Fort Michi- p Roy DpAm will feature the Tuesdayfr m Ete has en
to watch the substitutes play with of music at the University, was the mens, a student residing at the gan" were printed behind the afternoon program. Piano solos by extensive study of state insurance,
the wreckage in the second half, soloist on the program. Lawyers' Club, and Frank Bressler, barricade with appropriate figures yMorm will punctuate the old age pensions and other forms
and wound up scurrying back into -----of Chicago, were taken into cus- supplemented. of social legislation. In an interview
veneful, diparih foem.ng Theral rimson Eleven Falls tody on a charge of ticket scalping. Other Homecoming day activities The Wednesday afternoon pro- upon his arrival in this country, he
gnThree persons were arrested on centered at fraternities and sorori- gram will feature a talk by Prof. stated that if the present business
score was 35 to 19. Beore D, 7 charges of drunken driving. They ties about the campus where hun- Russel C. Hussey, of the geology de- depression is to be overcome, the
-D were Loren Mitchell, 1142 Pingree dreds of alumni returned to cele partment who will discuss "Men United States must follow the ex-
'Wildcats Whip Centre < A 4-d . Avenue, Detroit, Oscar Peterson, brate the annual Michigan event of Michigan During the Ice Age." ample of Europe and pass a great
45 to 7 in Easy Game CAMBRIDGE, Oct. 25-Dartmouth and Louis Meeske, both of Grand Dances, smokers, and other social Side S ht ll b the soloist deal of social legislation, especially
4reached the halfway mark of its Rapids. Mitchell and his car were events before and after the game nwconcerning old age pension and so-
(By. owdP-ss otalhnr released upon payment ofa $25 featured the activity of the week- I Ialstane H otine b
EVANSTON, Ill.,Oct. 25-Centre here today when, as a wild north-finehile Peterson andMeeske end, while informal class reunions SouthernTeam Holds stating that the idea of a revolu-
college's "praying colonels" played east rainstorm raged, it outbattled are being held. throughout the University contin- Chicago to 0-0 Draw tion in this country was by no
colg'knn Nnrthwestern a ,tohhnrn Harvard eleven for a- ued today.!means impossible, and that if Eng-

second quarter was a place kick
from his toe which carried three,
points with it. Hozer blocked Bod-
man's punt on the Illini 10-yard
line, and Morrison recovered. Hud-
son made two yards off tackle, and
was held for no gain on his next
try. Then Michigan lost 5 yards on
an attempted "old 83." Newman
then neatly booted the oval between
the uprights to give Coach Kipke a
nine-point lead to work on during
the second half.
HoeBig Lead Dwindles.
However, when play started in
the third quarter, those nine points
kept looking smaller and smaller.
Illinois seemed inspired with a new
determination, while Michigan did
not seem to know just what to do.
The invaders rushed their oppo-
nents up and down the field. and
finally culminated their attacks
with a brilliant 65-yard run for a
touchdown by Berry, Zuppke quart-
erback. Berry took one of Wheeler's
long spirals on his own 35-yard line
and raced through the entire Mich-
igan team across the goal for the
only Illinois counter of the after-
noon. In this run he was aided ma-
terially by excellent blocking on the
part of his team-mates.
With the score standing 9-7 in
favor of Michigan, the Wolverines
again showed that they have the
power to fight back, and held their
opponents helpless during the last
quarter. Then before the final peri-
od was very old Newman again un-
leashed one of his lightning-like
tosses this time into the waiting
arms of Williamson, who was run
out of bounds on the Illinois 10-
yard line. Hudson lost a yard try-
ing the line. Then Newman dropped
1back, and, after faking a place
(Continued on Page 6)
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