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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916~

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Game of Year'

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I-M Speedball,
Touch Football
Titles at Stake
In the opening half of the Intra-
mural twinbill tomorrow night at
Wines Field, Kappa Sigma clashes
with Sigma Chi for the twenty-first
fraternity speedball championship
at 7:30, while Lloyd House battles
Green House for the dormitory touch
football title at 8:30.
Kappa Sigma enters the battle with
a season's record of five wins and
no losses. The team boasts a strong
defense, since goalie Bob Plank has
allowed only one goal to be scored
against him all season. Fleet footed,
Jim Hesler led the Kappa Sigs- scor-
ing during the campaign.
Losing their initial game to the Phi
Gams, Sigma Chi hit the winning
trail in their second battle and
wound up with five victories and one
defeat. The mairi offensive threat
comes from top scorer Moe Hill, while
Cliff Myll and captain Bill Court-
right form the nucleus of a tight de-
fense.
With variety as the keynote, touch1
football occupies the spotlight in the
nightcap of the championship twin
bill. Greene House, representing the
East Quad, will field a team that has
copped five contests and lost none
with Captain Leroy Daggs and Hank
Bushman starring in1 the backfield.
Operating mainly from the "T,",
Lloyd House draws most of its spark
from Al Pappas, Bob Weber, and Bud
Hildner who are supported by a
strong forward wall.

Neither Team Able To Hat Pay Dirt;'
Cadet's Winning Streak Ended at 25-

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74,000 Watch Great
Defensive Ball Game
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 3-Two mighty
and tore at each other for 60 action-
crammed minutes on the turf of
Yankee Stadium today, and when it
was over the Fighting Irish of Notre
Dame were forced to settle for a
scoreless tie and the distinction of
having shattered Army's 25-game
winning streak.
The first great post-war college
classic, played before a capacity
throng of more than 74,000 in per-
fect football weather, saw the re-
doubtable Black Knights from West
Point threaten repeatedly after re-
covering Notre .Dame fumbles and
intercepting wayward Irish passes,
but they could not score.
Irish Threaten Once
Touted as one of the most terrific
teams ever to come out of South
Bend, the burly Irish powered 84
yards down, to Army's three-yard
stripe in the second quarter in their
only real offensive gesture.
Only the one time did they carry
the ball past midfield, though twice
in the second half they fell upon
Army fumbles in Cadet territory and
could do nothing with the opportun-
ity.
Army's all-conquering team, fac-
ing it's first major test from a team
filled with thoughts of revenge for
beatings absorbed the past two
years, muffed its best scoring chance
in the opening period, when it was
held for downs on the Notre Dame
15 after Goble Bryant, right tackle,
had recovered an Irish fumble on
the 24.
It was a bruising, breathless strug-
gle. Only two Army players, Felix
(Doc) Blanchard and Glenn Davis,
the two-time All-America backfield
Big T"Nline
StandingUs

brilliants, went the route for the Ca-
dets. The Irish, with a wealth of
warning, prevented either from
breaking away on one of the long
touchdown runs for which they have
become famous.
Blanchard in 20 smashes at the
Notre Dame defenses had a net gain
of 60 yards for a strenuous after-
noon. His usually elusive little run-
ing mate, Davis, showed a net of 33
yards for the 15 times he lugged
the leather. The best either wrote
into the records was a 21-yard sweep
around his left end by Blanchard
in the third period.
Army Running Attack Stymied
Notre Dame's big forwards threw
up an almost airtight defense
against Army's vaunted running
attack, and seldom could Arnold
Tucker, the Cadets' noted passer,,
pierce the Irish secondary with his
bullet pegs. Army, though thin in
reserve strength, was equally suc-
cessful in fighting off the Notre
Dame steamroller when it was neces-
sary to dig in.
The statistics if anything, gave
Notre Dame a little the better of it,

though the Irishscoring threats
were fewer and it was Army which,
time and again, had the ball in the
Greenbacks' territory and was try-
ing desperately to score by the aerial
route.
Cowhig Leads Irish
The big ball-luggers from Indiana,
led by Gerry Cowhig a 211-pounder
who struck with the power of an
express train, and Terry Brennan,
a shifty 18-year-old, chalked up 173
yards by rushing, compared to Ar-
my's 138.
Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame's All-
America quarterback candidate, at-
tempted 17 passes and completed five
of them for 52 yards. Tucker, his ri-
val for national recognition, and
Davis shot 16 toward hopeful re-
ceivers, and five of them connected
for 57 yards.
Notre Dame ground out 11 first
downs to Army's 9, four of them in
the course of its abortive 84-yard
drive in the second quarter, which
barely failed when Bill Gompers, a
substitute halfback, was driven out
of bounds only three yards from the
Army goal line on fourth down.

Navy Beaten as
95 Yard Gallop
Gives Tech Win
Jackets Score Twice
In Last Three Minutes
By The Associated Press
ATLANTA, Ga.. Nov. 9-A 95-yard
gallop by co-captain George Mat-
hews snatched Georgia Tech from
the brink of defeat today as the
Jackets ran their victory streak to
six straight with a 28-20 win over
the Navy.
Ahead 20-14 with less than three
minutes to play, the Middies were
iown at the Tech seven rolling al-
most at will. Billy Hawkins ploughed
into the Tech line but the ball
squirted from his arms and Mathews
latched on to it. He hauled it down
the sideline nearly the length of the
field with a half dozen teammates
protecting him.
A minute later, with Navy trying
desperate passes, Pat McHugh snag-
ged Reaves Baysinger's toss and
loped 61 yards to the six. Frank
Broyles threw to George Brobnax
for a clincher score. Allen Bowen,
straight loss, 21-20.

India Wildcats;
Iowa Trounces Badgers
EVANSTOWN, Ill., Nov. 9-(4')-A MADISON, Wis., Nov. 9-(A)-
reserve tackle who flew 57 bombing Four pass interceptions in the fourth
missions over Europe place-kicked quarter led to two touchdowns and
the extra point which gave Indiana a 21 to 7 victory for Iowa over Wis-
a 7-6 verdict over Northwestern to- consin at Camp Randall today at
day and fanned into new life the the Badgers' 36th annual. homecom-
smoldering Big Nine title hopes of ing.
the Defending Champion Hoosiers Deadlocked 7-7 at the end of the
before 35,000 fans. third quarter and outplayed in the
Ex-Army pilot Charley Armstrong early minutes of the last period, lo-
booted the big point after Ben (The wa, notching its third Big Nine Con-
Rifle) Raimondi, the nation's top ference triumph, spoiled the day for
passer, whipped a surprising two- 45,000 fans and scored on a seven-
yard touchdown pass to halfback yard end scamper by halfback .Bob
Dick Deranek on the first play of Smith. An interception on the Iowa
the fourth period. five initiated the offensive drive.
The errabic Wildcats, who scored The Badgrs, trying desperately to
their touchdown in the second per- pull the game out of the fire, tried
iod on Vic Schwalls seven-yard 10 passes in the last period but were
smash, thus suffered their second halted abruptly by an alert Iowa
straight Big Nine loss and ostensibly secondary four times via intercep-
had the title door slammed befora tions.
them with only league-leading Illi- The Hawkeyes led in first downs,
nois to play. too, counting 10 to Wisconsin's five.

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