THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDA
IPS OVER LIGHTER ELEVEN
r WILL FOR 18 FIRST DOWNS
man Proves Sensation With Brilliant Runs
That Tear Opposing Line to Shreds;
Schmidt Looks Good.
By Wilbur J. Myers
uck" Truskowski came back to Michigan yesterday with a
little eleven from Olivet, but they were no match for the
1 Wolverine junior varsity which swept them off their feet
rst downs to win with a two-touchdown margin, 13-0.
Congregationalists put up a stout-hearted defense, but they
lpless to stop the brilliant line smashing of Leonard Meld-
rmer guard who stepped into the fullback shoes for three
to tear the Red and White line to shreds with consistent
'of 5,, 10 and 15 yards. His team ma
.y unstoppable until Coach -
right removed him at the Sc
f the first quarter.
pite the fact that the Olivet
rs chalked up only two first
, they were far from a beat-
im, holding the Wolverines
ss throughout the first half.
after time the Michigan team
ced the ball well into scoring
ry only to have the opposing
hiold for downs with its back
Iees Fail Three Times.
ee times the Bees took the
to the 10-yard zone only to
on fumbles or misplays. On
cond drive the Wolves were
d with Miller placing the ball
hes from the goal line. Both
fumbled considerably and
it playing was erratic.
nidt, in the fullback berth,'
1 things off with a bang a' "
,an took the kickoff. On the
Iplay he reeled around
right tackle for a first down
o repeat his feat with two
n quick succession.
)livet:Held on Defense.
ble to gain to any great ex- Who
ther by direct rushes or flank second
s, the Congregationalists took had pl
ensive and attempted to hold Fay's b
olves from scoring. Schmidt respons
the big ground gainer dur- marche
first quarter, but Courtright
d him with Meldman who fact tha
even better. The "short guy" man.,
almost unstoppable. The E
iigan's scoring opportunity Wolves;
in the third quarter when yard m
recovered a punt which had down t
d an Olivet man on Olivet's after, ya
I line. Meldm'an and Miller say to
line for two first downs and down o
Lindsay, Wolverine quarter, 'Bremen
I around his left end from 6-yard
.ree-yard line, for the first proceed
r of the game. Savage place- points o
for the extra point. menmi
vet Lost Scoring Chance. -
t almost got its chance to *
oward the end of the third
when Roe, Red and White A EN
k, took a pass off Lindsay's
s the Michigan quarter was
ackled and started away for
hdown. Meldman the only
an man anywhere near him
him down just in time to Bur
t .an easy touchdown.
ten, who went in -for Miller of
at half, didn't look bad at
en he got started, and be-
him and Meldman the Olivet
ere completely outplayed, but
;ought. Though greatly out-
d, Truskowski's men fought
end, and their defense was
im mediocre except for the
ate, Herb Schmidt, seemed
TAKE LF ITLES
Thrilling Play Features Finals
of Golf Tourney; Gallery
Watches Despite Rain.
For the second time in as many
years Johnny Fischer, sophomore
star, yesterday captured the all-
campus golf championship in a
tightly-contested match with Eddie
Dayton, which ended at four up and
three to go. At the same time
Charles Menefee was defeating Olaf
Bergelin in a still closer game which
was in doubt until the thirty-sixth
hole when Menefee won-on a one-
Fischer and Dayton played the
first eighteen holes of their 36-hole
match Friday afternoon and started
the nineteenth yesterday morning
at nine o'clock with an even-up
score. In Friday's play Fischer suf-
fered a noticeable decline in putt-
ing, but he regained his customary
form in time to save the match
the next day. Dayton had been ill
for a day or two previous to the
playing and the final match was
postponed one day on his account.
By virtue of his latest champion-
ship. Fischer marks himself more
prominently as one of the leading
up-and-coming amateur golfers of
the middle west. His list of cham-
pionships and course records before
he caipe to Ann Arbor was impres-
sive, and since then he has twice
annexed the all-campus crown and
established a course record which
he has since lowered four times.
That good golf is appreciated at
Michigan was evidenced by the gal-
lery that turned out to watch the
two matches in spite of the un-
pleasant mistinessand occasional
sprinkles of rain. Menefee's victory
was more fraught with thrills than
the championship match. After the
first day's play ended with three up
at eighteen holes, Menefee added
one more point to his lead yester-
day morning, and was ahead by
four counts in the middle of the
morning's play and evidently quite
safely assured of winning by a com-
fortable margin. Then on the thir-
tieth hole, Bergelin suddenly tight-
ened up and for four holes there-
after deducted one point per hole
from his rival's lead until at the
thirty-fifth hole the score was even
up. Here Menefee also tightened,
and a masterful play on the last
hole gave him the winning margin.
Coach Cappon has started the
basketball practice for Michigan's
1931-32 team. The workouts have
been held in the Intramural gym-
nasium on Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday nights.
Eight of the nine lettermen of
last year will be back. Only Joe
Downing, crippled Captain, grad-1
uated. Captain Daniels of the foot-
ball team along with Williemson,
and Tessmer will report after the
gridiron season. Altenhof, Eveland,
Petrie, Weiss, and Shaw are other
regulars of last year to return.
From the 'B' team last year,
Garner, Ricketts. McDonald, Root,
and Hudson will be back. Sopho-
more additions are Boden, Bohn-
sack, Collister, Kimmel, and Allen
with Petoskey and Wistert of the
football squad reporting later.
CHICAGO, Oct. 24. - (A) - Bat
Batalino of Hartford, Conn., world
featherweight champion, will de-
fend his title against Earl Mastro.
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Illinois' 19-yard line.
Jack Heston then got loose
around his right end, behind per-
fect interference and scored a
touchdown. Heston was injured as
' he crashed over the goal line in
the ccrner of the end zone, and
was replaced by Everhardus.
Newman place-kicked for the ex-
tra point, making the scoree:
Michigan 21; Illinois 0.
O'Neill replaced Jackson in the
Illinois line, Illinois kicked off
Cook's boot dribbling along the
ground to Morrison; who was then
downed on his own 49-yard line.
Newman tossed a long pass aimed
at Petoskey, but it was incomplete.
Everhardus dashed through cen-
ter for six yards, fumbled when
tackled but Hewitt recovered. Wis-
tert went in for Samuels, and Gold-
smith took Auer's place.
Newman smashed center for two
yards. It was fourth down with a
foot to go. Michigan played it safe,
Everhardus punting out of bounds
on Illinois' 19-yard line.
On a reverse play Berry lost a
yard. Berry was hurt when tackled
by LaJeunesse, and Illinois called
for time out. Carson took Berry's
On the next play the pass from
center was juggled and Walser re-
covered for Illinois with a 10-yard
loss. Then Walser fumbled the pas
from center as he tried to punt in
the end zone, but recovered and ran
out to the one-yard line.
Williamson broke through and
blocked Walser's punt, the ball
bounding in the end zone, with
Kowalik falling on it for a touch-
down. Newman kicked the extra
Michigan 28; Illinois 0.
Eight Lettermen Return to Court
Team; Same Group WCon
Second in Big Tden.
PLRY' BY PLAY REVEALS M1iC~NAN"S~
STRENGTHN AGAINST ILLINOIS, 36 TO 0
Illinois kickbd off, Cook's at-
tempt going out of bounds. The ball
was returned for a second try at it.
Continued on Page 7)
Harry Newman, who intercepted
a pass in the fourth quarter and
ran 40 yards to score Michigan's
last touchdown. He replaced Tess-
mer in the fourth period.
to Michigan State
EAST LANSING, Oct. 24.--(P)-
Michigan State college defeated a
fighting Georgetown eleven, 6 to 0
today in a game spotted by penal-
ties but featured by fine defensive
football from both teams.
POPULAR INDOOR GAME
scored Michigan's first and
touchdowns after Hewitt
unged over for the first one.
locking was better and was
ible for the two straight
s down the field.
at they could not stop Meld-
ast touchdown came as the
started from their own 37-
arker on a' consistent drive
he field that netted yard
ard until a pass from Lind-
Stone tallied another first
Dn the Olivet 16-yard line.
made it first down on the
stripe and then Meldman
ed to chalk up another, six
on the Michigan score. Bre-
ssed the place-kick for goal.
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