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10, 1931

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STATE TO PRESENT
POWERFUL ELEVEN
Tessmer May Be Unable to Play
Against Rival State Institu-
tion This Saturday.
One of the largest crowds to wit-
ness a football game in Ann Ar-
bor this year is expected to be on
hand this Saturday when the Wol-
verines encounter the Michigan
State eleven irg their annual class-
ic at the Micligan stadium. State
has already been allotted 7,000
tickets, and the largest delegaion
of Spartan followers to come to Ann
Arbor in rescent years is expected
to be in the seats on the east side
of the stadlium.
Coach Harry Kipke yesterday be-
gan preparations for the State en-
counter with a signal drill on sev-
eral new plays. Both schools will
have powerful teams on the field,
and one of the best games of the
season is expected to take place.
Tessmer Injures Shoulder.
Michigan'sWolveres c a m e
through their 22 to 0 win over In-
diana last Saturday with but one
injury to marr their attack on the
Spartans. Estil Tessmer, regular
quarterback, was the sole victim.
He received an injury to his should-:
er which kept him out of the last
half of the Hoosier encounter, and
which will probably keep him out,
of the Spartan battle this Saturday.
The Wolverines gave a marvelous
demonstration of their power of
attack and the perfection of their
defense against the Hoosiers. Pre-
viously this power on both offense
and defense was only hinted at, but
on Saturday they really showed
what they could do. Michigan was
up against one of the strongest
lines it has opposed this year and
a most capable backfield when it
met the Hoosiers, but the Crimson
team was unable to make any hed-
*way as long as the Maize and Blue
regulars were in the game.
Morrison Stars Against Hoosiers.
Maynard Morrison, Wolverine
center, was an outstanding star on
the defense and a tower of streng-
the on the attack. Playing a rov-
ing center on defense, Morrison
backed up the line in great style
and showed an uncanny ability at
knocking down Hoosier passes as
well as breaking 'iip their running
plays.
Another bright star in the Michi-
gan line was Ivan Williamson, right
end., Williamson started the Wol-
verines on their scoring total early
in the game by blocking Jones'
punt, the ball struck Williamson's
chest and rolled over the end zone
for a safety and two points for
Michigan. In the third quarter
Williamson took a pass from New-
man and raced 10 yards after get-
ting the ball for a touchdown. The
Wolverine end also covered punts
in excellent fashion.

RENTNER STARTING RUN FOR WILDCAT SCORE

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Northwestern repulsed Minnesota's threat to bock the Wildcat's march to a Big Ten championship
by trimming the Gophers, 32 to 14. Pug Rentner, star Northwestern halfback (extreme left), is shown start-
ing one of his spectacular runs that led to touchdow

WILDCATS REST SECURELY ATOP BIG
TEN ROOST; NEBRASKA BEATS IOWA
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Chicago Tied by Arkansas, 13-13 The University of Iowa surprised}
After Taking Early Lead. no one when it took its expected
licking at the hafds of the power-
As a result of Saturday's Big Ten ful Nebraska machine 7-0.
games, Coach Dick Hanley and his Maroons Hit Another Snag.
Northwestern Wildcats are perched After holding the upper hand
securely on tap of the roost with throughout the first three periods,
. the University of Chicago defense
none of their rem-aining competi- suffered a temporary lapse and al-
tore having anything but an out- lowed Ledbetter, Arkansas fullback,
side chance to dislodge them. to slip through the line and gain a
Against Minnesota Saturday they 13-13 tie for his tail-end Southwest
clearly demonstrated that they Conference tenm.
Purdue had little trouble in dis-
kiave everything a championship posing of the Centenary College
outfit should have when they came threat 49-6. Seven touchdowns and
from behind to erase a half time seven points were too good a match
deficit'of seven points and continue for the lone counter registered by
defict ofthe southerners in the , first. three
on their way to a decisive 32-14 minutes of play vie the aerial route.
triumph.
Wolves Back Again. . The Ashland, Ky., high school
Michigan. again clearly demon- football team had scored 277 points
strated that it is a far better team this year when theiropponents
than the one which lost to Ohio had only 25.
State a few weeks ago when it
cruhed th Hosis underha22- "Daily doubles," in which betters
score. Both offense and defense attempted to pick the winning
functioned smoothly for the Wol- horses in two races, proved popular
verines d at this year's Fairmount meeting.
Illinois tried desperately to break Margaret Maddox of Atlanta,
into the win column in the Confer-
ence standings but bowed to Wis-
consin after a stubborn battle. They
matched touchdowns but failed on It's Going to bea
the kick and lost 7-6.
Ohio State got the Navy's goat to Hard Winter for the
the tune of 20-0 made possible by Men Who Tryto
a forward pass, a blocked punt, , Y
and an intercepted pass. CramerI Beat These alueS
the' elusive Buckeye quarterback, B
again distinguished himself.
S-MICHAELS-STERN

FRESHMEN BEGIN
TENNIS TOUR NE Y
Twenty men out of a squad of 48
players reported to Coach John-
stone yesterday for the beginning
of the freshmen tennis indoor
workouts this winter. From this
large squad, through the means of
a ladder tournament; Johnstone
will select about fifteen players as
the freshman squad to represent
Michigan next spring. About ten
of this final stquad will be award-
ed numerals.
Colby Ryan, captain of the Var-
sity tennis team, spoke a few words
to squad. In his opinion, this year's
freshmen have the best chance in
a long time to make the varsity
next year as five of the present
team will-'graduate next June.
The final freshman squad will
probably be built around Siegel and
Nichol, finalists in the Orientation
week tournament. At present,,Sieg-
el has reached the finals of the
All-Campus tournament, defeating
many of last year's frosh squad on
his march to the top.
49(9(..

PURPLE, RAMBLERIIS
REMAIN UNBEATEN
Notre Dame, Northwestern Seen
as Best Mid-Western Teams;
Georgia Also Undefeated.
Two crack mia-western outfits.
Notre Dame and Northwestern,
overshadowed all other develop-
ments in the national football sit-
uation Saturday. The Ramblers,
unbeaten but tied by Northwestern,
buried Pennsylvania also previous-
ly undefeated, under a 49 to 0 ava-
lanch.
Accompanying the two mid-west-
ern arrays on the undefeated trail
were the Georgia Bulldogs, who
overturned the surprised New York
University team 7 to 6 Dartmouth
got the jump on Harvard and held
it for 56 minutes but Barry Wood
again rallied his fumbling and
stumbling Crimson ° forces a n a
threw one of his aerial miracles
and then drop-kicked the winning
point. The Big Reds of Cornell
staged a breather with Alfred 54-8.
Titans Smothered.
Fordham rolled up a large score
against the wilting Titans in the
last period to win 39-9. Pittsburgh
and Carnegie Tech, both defeated
by Notre Dame, played off a city
title and the Panthers established
their superiority 14-6. Syracuse
romped over Western Reserve 33-0
to retain its unbeatened status in
the East. Harvard, Cornell, Ford-
ham, and Syracuse have clean rec-
ords on the Eastern seaboard.
Tulane trampled Auburn 27-0
and Tennessee was unextended to
beat Carson-Newman, 31-0. Van-
derbilt defeated Maryland 39 to 12
while Duke administered a mild
upset to Kentucky 7-0. Alabama
lurched out of its trance long
enough to pile up 41-0 score against
Florida.
Except for Georgia's victory over
N. Y. U., the' East matte a clean
sweep of intersectional games as
Army whipped Louisiana State
20-0; Columbia beat Virginia 27-0;
and Brown defeated Ohio Wesleyan
26-1.3.
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