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TAK(E LAHLY L[A~ TO 33-0 VICTORY OVER BUTLJ
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Numerous Fumbles Mar Annuglj
Contest Between Minnesota
and Michigan Teams.
GOPHERS OFFENSE GOOD
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Michigan's 7 point lead began t
look rather large at the end of th
first half, but the Gophers cam
out of their dressing room fighting
and soon dispelled any ideas of a
easy victory from the minds of th
wearers of the Maize and Blue
They presented a slashing run
ning attack with a few telling pass
es mixed in which made thing<
look bad for their opponents.
Wieman's Line Junctions.
The invaders line, coached b
Tad Wieman, former Michiga
mentor, tore great holes in th
Wolverine forward wall, and Brock-
meyer and Manders showed wh
they are considered two of th
best backs in the Big Ten. Th
Gopher attack rolled up seven firs
downs by rushing and two by pass-
ing before Marcovsky ended the
game by intercepting a pass withir
his own ten yard line. In this hal
the Gophers did everything t
Michigan but score. One of Wheel-
ers punts was blocked, gains came
fast and furious, and passes were
thrown with uncanny accuracy
One advance in the last quartey
netted four first downs in a row
and seemed sure for a score, but
the Michigan defense tightened
within the shadow of its own goal
and held for downs.
The one redeeming feature of the
second half from the Michgan
standpoint was another run by
Wheeler. Catching one of Munn's
punts on his own 39-yard line he
fumbled the ball, picked it up and
ran 40 yards to the Minnesota 21-
yard line before he was downed.
Riebeth pulled him down with a
high tackle, which was all that kept
him from scoring again.
The last quarter was a long one
for Michigan with the Gophers
trying every trick in their bag in an
attempt to score, and it appeared
that they would be successful. Their
running was hard and fast, and
their thrusts were stopped only
when the goal line was in immedi-
Both Teams Show Defensives.
Both teams had a good defense,
but the invaders presented a better
offensive than did the Wolves. They
outscored Michigan 10-5 in first
downs, and gained 155 yards against
the 115 for the Kipkemen. Also they
lost but 6 yards from scrimmage as
compared with the Wolverine's 47.
Minnesota tried 12 passes, were suc-
cessful on four of them and had
two intercepted. Michigan ti'ed
nine and completed two.
Wheeler took high ground gain-
ing honors for Michigan with a total
of 51 yards from scrimmage, with
Sol Hudson, playing his usual hard
game, second with 47. For Coach
Crisler, Brockmeyer proved to be the
chief threat with 67 yards to his
credit. Manders was next to him
with a grand total of 55. Munn's
punting was a feature of the game,
he averaged 49 yards per boot, not
counting the one he had blocked.
Simrall and Wheeler averaged 40
yards on their kicks.
Courtis Downs Young .
to Advance to Finals
Tom Courtis completed his con-
quest of those in the upper bracket
of the All-Campus Tennis tourna-
ment by disposing of R. M. Young
in impressive style. William Phelps
who defeated W. I. Wilcox in two
hard fought sets 7-5, 7-5, now
awaits the completion of the quar-
ter finals match between Sandusky
and Perry MacNeal, before contin-
uing his way to the finals and the
right to meet Courtis. Sandusky
is apt to be a stumbling block in
his path, however, as he recently
breezed thru a fast field to cap-
ture the Freshman title.
Two Boilermaker stars who have successfully filled the positions
left vacant by Harmueson and Welch on Coach Noble Kizer's champion-
ship team of last year. Risk and Pope have both been great factors in
the success of the Purdue team this season, defeating Butler yesterday,
E 11 Jii~ U F! IERIOD Newman threw a long pass to Sim-
Capt. Si ra1 of Michigan won rall which the latter caught and
Annua! Hoosier Gridiron C assi the toss and chose to defend the was tackled on Minnesota's 18-
yard line for another first down.
Will be He.d A Ross-A!, south goal. Minnesota elected to The pass gained 23-yards.
' kickoff to the Wolverines. Brook- u. Hudson hit
Stadiurn at La ay fte. rMeyer booted the ball to Wheeler tHudson loste a yard. for on yar
_ who caught it on his 10-yard line t eAer e fto e ard.
BOILERMAKERS FAVORED and in stiaight up the field to theA pew n
aWolverine 22-yard marker whereot
sf tc <d t } I ."he was tackled. a rs do t wasa g of
LAFAYETTE ,ncL, Nov. 15. ee truck i yarc dow.:aIncf
Hoosierdom's annual gridiron classiu -.Min H sn
-Purdue vs. Indianzla-to be staged a s left tackle to gin at the..
in the Ross-Ado tadium here bhree yards. ine. he r wa
1u(zrday, will fbnild the Indiana eiv d Vn found a m7thered or? a
ighting with its L),Cv.-I C, 1ful back. 1C'the.)wall
to U O C 1 s,;s2 a}at M i ne o-.i '-Ur'1 o
- ' l, u s tA
wnich the }r a~n 1hxs bec y'7 Ce fht guard
three more. b d d Ap-
iirs, bless "d zan opc da l unted to ,
lay:: Saturday.Tare cevoling t.o#nru l untedho nialsi rol x<ei
eil i -j.y as tuthe l"ve oine1i nt of h < p-s
si rht the boal Ce foU
on the onr-ash im; Be'.a rusxer la
ane. He was avling par-
.-2 ed by Dray- tialy"b 1Dc c k t
riv u X een ar~ei vente 1ude,. u ii g on the Mun' idek from Hzr
Minnesota 25-yard marker. blind 1 -e goal liW bubt th ck
C 1c C1L",C-le:LCa\Jllzi,:. nis z reeived a tumble by got away ad Wheeler picked it up
re o - r ad it was higan's on the Minnesota 45-yard line and
s ba thye Min a 21-yard line. ran through the entire Gopher
r t i2aar1 hv e ha, d It dfc1n made two yard through team for a touchdown. Several
at ise' ' ac yset' i .<syst the Line. On 'Old i'' play, a sis- times it appeared as if he would be
in the p thrleyeas oithwe R- tt ay of2, Wlieh er went a- stopped but he shook off several
sizn was the vi.etint t indian s round Mlinnaesot 1 el: ed o1soy- tacklers and once in the clear
u1 1 y ailingtomk itfirst!sprinted across the goal line stand-
and with Purdu~e rn in as the 1 cioxen by a na rrow i7argini. ing up. Stan Honer ?-Aacekicked
only ice on the, Cr m,,on schedule; 1-1 u d s o n was. the goal.
it is'h!- to look as though they' f o r eaea(l out of Soe ~ihgi ,Mneoa0
had<.1 the !93 ed tion for b w th core: Mijhig;a n 7, Minnesota 0.
eoa but made Minnesota's kickoff went short.I
Showing in Lafayette. it igst down for rnSimrall fumbled the ball but New-
The game n ars the thirty-third fAiechigan on Min man recovered and made a bril-
meeting of te two Big Ten rivals nesotas 10-yard l28ret > the Wvrine
since the sees was started back line. Munn broke.. yard line.
in 1891 and will 'n d Inciana striv- t h r o u . h and
ing for its frst victory over the tackled Wheeler am who caught the ball but fumbled.
Boilermakers since 1923. Idiana is for a three-yard He recovered however and was
beginning to "water at the mouth' loss. N e w m a n forced out of bounds at Minneso-
in its desire for the Old Oaken took the ball on ta's 26-yard line. MacDougal struck
Bucket, established as symbol of a delayed buck through Samuels for five-yards on
grid victory betwen the two foes in through Minne a spinner play.
1925, for since the trophy has been sota's left guard Bilockmeyer gained three more.
in existence the Crimson has been for t w o yards. Newman He was tackled by Hudson. Dravel-
unable to gain a victory, which Newman's pass over the goal line ing brooke, through and blocked
carries possesion of the Bucket to Wheeler and Hozer was knocked Mann's punt and Samuels recov-
along with it, although there was down incomplete. ered for Michigan on the Minneso-
a 0 to 0 tie in 1925. Munn punted the ball on his own ta 18-yard line. Samuels was in-
In the past four years, Purdue 23-ard line and returned it 10- ured on the play and took time
has won the annual classic by de- yards to the Wolverine 38-yard out.
cisive margins, 24 to 14 in 1926, marker. Newman dropped back in Newman battered Minnesota's
(Continued on Pge 7) a pass formation but finding all left end for five yards. He was
-- - -of hi; receivers covered he at- tackled by MacDougal. Wheeler
Brilliant Fullback on Colgate
Eleven Leads Individual
Scoring for 1930.
REGULAR LAST SEASON
(By Associ1 / Pres-s)
HAMILTON, N. Y., Nov. 15.-
Leonard Macaluso, 195-pound Col-
gate fullback, has dynamited his
way into the vanguard of the
Leading the country in individ-
ual scoring as the November cam-
paign got underway. Andy Kerr's
plunger has left an All-American
impression in his wake.
Macaluso is a senior at the Ham-
ilton, N. Y., institution and is serv-
ing his second year as a Colgate
The "East Aurora Thunderbolt"
they call this six-foot lad who
bucks, passes, kicks-off, adds extra
points and backs up the Maroon
forward wall with the ferocious-
ness of an Ernie Nevers.
With a record of 78 points scored
in six games, the highest point
total in the country, Macaluso's
performance is all the more spec-
tacular in view of the fact that
Captain Les Hart, Colgate's bril-
liant triple threat ace, is also in
In booting extra points across the
bar Macaluso stands second only
to Ellert, Syracuse end, in the east.
Kerr's muscular giant has made
good on 18 tries.
First downs: Minnesota 10,
making 8 by running, 2 by pass-
ing; Michigan 5, making 4 by
running, one by passing..
Yards gained rushing: Minne-
sota, 155; Michigan, 115.
Forward passes attempted:
Minnesota, 12, completed 4 and
had 2 intercepted. Michigan at-
t.empted 9, completed 2.
Punts: Minnesota punted 10
times for an average distance of
49 yards and had one kick
blocked. Michigan punted 12
times for an average distance
from the line of scrimmage of
40 yards and had one kick
4:15-Kappa Nu vs. Delta
For Your Car
117 No. 1st St.
Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Phi Sigma
7:30-Phi Epsilon Pi vs. Delta
Sigma Alpha Mu vs. Delta Sigma
8:30--Beta Theta Pi vs. Theta
Delta Alpha Epsilon vs. Pi Lamb-
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All men interested in fresh-
man basketball report to Water-
man Gymnasium 7:30 Monday
night. All those reporting are re-
quested to bring their own equip-
Coach Ray Fisher.
..... LG........ Apnan
. C............ Stein
. ... RE ..... Kreszowski
Simrall ........ RH .... MacDougal
Hudson ........FB ......Mariders
Score by Quarters:I
Michigan ...... ... 7 0 0 0-71
Minnesota .........0 0 0 0-01
Substitutions: Minnesota, Wells
for Boland, Riebeth for MacDougal,
Hoefier for Kreszowski, Lexsell for
Manders, Olsen for Anderson, Dill-
ner for Hoetler, Hass for Brockmey-
er, Swartz for Brownell, Hass for
Swartz, MacDcugal for Riebeth,
Lexsell for Manders, Wells for An-
man, Hoefler for Boland.
Michigan; Auer for Samuis, Pur-
dum for LaJeunesse. T or or
Newman, Daniels for Hozer, Stol
for Wheeler, Wheeler for Stoll, Par-
dum for Auer, Marcovski for Corn-
well, Douglass for LaJeunesse.
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was tackled by three "Minnesota
nmen for a six-yard loss.
Aided by some clever interfer-t
ence, Wheeler rounded Minnesota's
left end for 22-yards for a first,
down on the Gopher 45-yard line.
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Wors ed Tex
Sold cxc sIa.vely an /nn Arbor
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gained a half yard on a wide-end
run around Minnesota's right flank.
Munn punted to Wheeler who
caught the ball on the Minnesota
43-yard line and returned it to the
Gopher 33-yard line as the quarter
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