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F CONL BACKS LATE

CAPTAIN MUELLER OF CORNELL

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(Continued from Page One.)
est that has ever seen an athletic
contest on Cornell's new field.
The lineup and sun!aries:
Michigan (20). Cornell (23)
Dunne .... ....L.E. . ... .... Ryerson
Wieman........L.T.........Gillies
Gracey .. .. .....L.G..........."Miller
Niemann ......... C........... Carry
Rehor ............R.G....... Anderson
Weske........... R.T......... Jewett
Peach ........ ...R.E.. ..:... Eckley
Zeiger.........Q.B... ....Shiverick
Maulbetsch.......L.H....... Hoffman
Raymqnd .......R.H-.......... Speed
Smith............ F.3........ Mueller
Score by quarters:

yard lne. Pat Smith plunged over for
irrt (ov,:. Maulie made five yards as
equarter endd. The ball is Michi-
S's on Crnell's 30-yard line.
SVCON D QUARTER.
Zeiger lit the left side of the line

Michigan'.....0
Cornell.....6

2 3 4 Final
14 6 0--20
0 7 10-23

Touchdowns - Maulbetsch, Dunne,
Smith, Mueller 2.
Goals from touchdown-'Maulbetsch
2, Shiverick 2.
Goals from field-Shiverick 3.
Substitutions: Michigan--Boyd for
Gracey, Gracey for Boyd, Sparks for
Raymond. Cornell-Taylor for Jewett,
Bard for Miller, Dixon for Taylor,
Brown for Carry.
Referee-Evans of Williams. Um-
pire-Holderness of Lehigh. Head
linesman-Schwartz of . Brown. Field
judge-Pendleton of Bowdoin.
Time of periods-15 minutes.
THlE GAME PLA V Y IPLAY
SCIOELK PF yIELD, IThACA, N.
T., Nov. 11.-Cornell won the toss anti
elected to defend the north goal. Ray-
mond kicked off to Speed who was
nailed on the Cornell 2-yard line.
Shiverick punted to Maulbetsch, who
was downed on the Cornell 33-yard
CAPTAIN MAULBEThRC E .

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for fi, ya rds, and the captain made
it f rst don on the Cornell 25-yard
line. Zeiger made five yards, while
th e c;ptain added four more, but
M~anlie was injured on the play.
Smith shot through center and was
ttopped only on the Cornell 4-yard
mr. Maulbetsch ploughed his way
through Carry to the 1-yard line. On
the next play the Wolverine leader shot
throg;h tackle for a touchdown.
Manihelsei kicked a perfect goal.
Score: Michigan 7, Cornell 6. /
Raymond kicked off to Speed who
was thrown on his own 17-yard line.
Hoff man was thrown for a loss by
R ho r. Shiverick punted, and it was
M itthiga n's ball on their own 38-yard
n e. Zeiger m ade one yard. Maul-
hetach circled Cornell's left end for
15 yrds, being downed by Speed on
Cornell's 40-yard line. On a beauti-
f trick play, Zeiger threw to Peach
who hurled a 50-yard pass to Maul-
betsch. Shiverick finally nailed Maulie
cn the Red 1-yard line. Pat Smith shot
lirouigh center on the first play for
a touchdown. Maulbetsch goaled.
Score: Michigan 14, Cornell 6.
Raymond kicked off to Mueller who
was thrown on his own 20-yard line.
Niemann threw Shiverick for a 5-yard
lok. Shiverick punted to Zeiger who
returned to his own 48-yard line.
Maulbetsch fumbled but recovered on
the 50-yard line. Dunne dropped back
and punted over the Cornell goal.
Weinan threw Shiverick and Speed on
two successive plays for no gain.
Shiverick punted to Zeiger who eluded
Ryerson, but Jewett forded him out-
side on the Michigan 40-yard line.
Maulbetsch skirted left end for 10
yards. After three plays which netted
nine yards Maulbetsch plunged for
frst down on the Cornell 33-yard line.
Maulbetsch ran around Ryerson for
eight yards. Pat Smith went through
center for another first down. Maul-
'ets h tried to kick a field goal but
missed as the half ended.
5co're: Michigan 14, Cornell 6.

I
FRESH SMOTHERED
BY OHIDANS, 24-0
Fleet Heidelberg Backs Gain Almost
at Will Through Heavy
Yearling Line
FROEMKE STARS FOR VERDANTS
Someone turned a herd of two-
legged zebras loose on the Ferry field
pasture yesterday afternoon and be-
fore the freshman footballists discov-
ered that it was not a circus parade
that was flitting by them, their gaudily
attired opponents had rung up 24
points and the game was over. The
vari-colored visitors hung on to the
spheroid so consistently that there was
some speculation in the stands as to'
whether the Heidelberg captain.owned
the ball and wouldn't let the Michi-
gan boys play with it. The Buckeye
backs were reported total wrecks- afterl
the game, having nearly run them-1
selves to death carrying the ball.3
Sayger, Clark, Shick, and Jean, theE
visitors' leather-lugging quartet, had]
the linesmen all twisted up with their{
sticks, trying to keep up with them.]
They squirmed and battered their way
through the yearling line at will, they
prominaded around the ends with reck-
less abandon, and when they tired of
these pastimes, rained pass after pass
over the heads of the luckless verdants.
The Ohioans tore great gaps in the
freshman forward wall and roared
through them on high from a criss-
cross formation that looked like a
combination of a Virginia reel and thej
prayer-hour before a Moslem minaret.'
The yearlings were up against a bet-f
ter team and, while they were un-
doubtedly considerably off form, they
very probably could not have swung
the victory had they been going at top
speed. As it was, they were com-
pletely outclassed and were lucky that
the score was no larger. Some of thet
'20 backs, West and Froemke notably,c

tore off .some substantial gains but it
was in spite of, rather than because
of, their interference. The yearling
tackling was also extreinely gentle-
manly.
Froemke's long dashes around end
and West's line plunges were redeem-
ing features of the freshman play. The
captain tore through the Tiffinites'
bulwarks time after time and never
stopped until at least three men had
nailed him. Froemke was the chief
ground gainer for his 4lam, the little
halfback circling the Heidelberg flanks
for from 10 to 30 yards a shot. Black-
more and Fortune, freshman guards,
shifted through the Buckeyes' line at
frequent intervals and nipped potential
touchdowns in the bud. Hammels at
end also showed up well for the fresh.
Sisler, who was shunted into the
fray at left end for the Heidelbergers
late in the game, is a cousin of the,
baseballing young person of the same
name who claims Michigan as his,
Alma Mater.
Lineup:
All-Fresh (0) Heidelberg (24)
Hammels .........R.E ........ Butcher'
Earl Cress ........R.T ....... Davidson
Fortune ..........R.G........... Lotz
Culver ............ C.......... Kelly
Blackmore....... L.G....... Kauffmana
Chapman ..........L.T....... .Reinbolt
Elmer Cress......L.E........Smith
Hitchcock........Q.B......... Sayger
Perrin ........... R.H.......... Shick t
Froemke......... L.H.....Clark, Capt.
West, Capt........ F.B........... Jean 1
Touchdowns-Shick, Jean, Sayger.
Goals from touchdown-Sayger 3. Field1
goal-Sayger.
Substitutions: All-Fresh-Weadock
for Perrin, Zapp for Culver, Diekemat
for Hammels, Booth for Fortune, Per-
rin for Weadock,. Culver for Zapp,
Ginnebach for Perrin. Heidelberg-1
Lambright for Sayger, Sayger forĀ£
Jean, Heppert for Kauffman, Sisler for
Smith, McDiarmis for Shick.
Cut of Captain Maulbetsch
For the cut of Captain Maulbetsch
used in this issue, The Daily is in-
debted to the Official Athletic Program.

Donor

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Sees Carroll W
When Eddie Carroll was proclain
king of the cross country runners 3
erday after skirting the hills and da
of Ann Arbor, one of the most plea:
spectators in the crowd which chee
him in his victory and conquest
the Harpman trophy was the donor
the cup, Charles L. Harpman, hims
Mr. Harpman was married only
week ago, and was passing throu
Ann Arbor with his bride on tb
honeymoon, when he discovered tl
the fight for the trophy was on. W
Mrs. Harpman, he went to the field
time to see Eddie capture the trop
offered by him.
Mrs. Harpman before her marria
was Miss Sherlie Beatrice .Wheeler
grand opera prima donna, and a me
her of the Chicago-Philadelphia Ope
company.
VARSITY SOCCER TEAM WINE
Team Play in Second Half Too Mu
for Losers; Score is 6 to 1
Team work and organization t
umphed over individual playing yE
terday when the Varsity team met I
University Internationals. The cc
mopolites were on the short end o
6-1 score.
Tb v first half of the fray held ma
thrills for the spectators as the b
passed up and down the field. Wh
time was called at the end of I
first half only one tally was challi
up for each team. In the second h
the Maize and Blue aggregation b
things their own way. The backfiE
offered a splendid defense, broke
any attempt at goal and passed I
ball to the forwards who carried
down the field for five tallies.
PTpf

line held twice. Maulbetsch broke up
an attempted forward pass. Cornell
had not gained in three downs. Shiv-
erick fell back and threw another pass
and it was incompleted. Michigan was
penalized 15 yards for interfering with
Eckley. The ball rested on Michigan's
1-yard line. Mueller plunged over for
a touchdown. Shiverick kicked goal.
Score: Michigan 20, Cornell 13.
(Continued on Page Five.)

-Photo by Daines.
line. After three plays, Maulbetsch
plunged through for a first down on
the 22-yard line. Michigan fumbled
and it was Cornell's ball. Hoffman
ran around left end for 40 yard; and
was downed on Michigan's 35-yard
mark. Speed dodged through for a
first down on the 15-yard stripe after
two plays had failed to gain through
the line. Shiverick dropped back to
the 18-yard line and hoisted a drop
kick.
Score: Cornell v. Michigan 0.
Raymond kicked off to Speed who
returned to his own 35-yard line. Hoff-
man hit Peach for five yards. Speed1
made four more around Dunne, and
Mueller made a first down on Michi-
gan's 47-yard line. Shiverick bootedr
a drop kick from Michigan's 45-yard
line.
Score: Cornell 6, Michigan 0. i
Raymond again kicked off to Speed
who was nailed on his 31-yard mark.
Shiverick kicked over Zeiger's head
and the ova1 rolled over Michigan's
goal. On the first play Zeiger ran 15
yards to Michigan's 35-yard line. He
skirted Cornell's left end for 20 more.,
Maulbetsch added eight on two plays,
toting the leather to Cornell's 38-

- T IIHm QUA RTER.
Boyi replaced Gracey for Michigan.
S1hiverick icked off to Maulbetsch who
returnerl to his own 28-yard line.
w'u as partly blocked and
twetoutts ide on the 42-yard" line.
M ician reccvered. Maulbetsch made
six yards through his own left tackle.
Taylor replaced Jewett. Michigan was
enalised and it put the ball on her
own 4-yard line. On the fourth down
with one to go Maulbetsch plunged
threugh Carry for three yards. He hit
tackle for six yards and first down. On
a fake play Smith ran six yards and
was thrown on the Cornell 38-yard
line Hoffman nailed Maulbetsch after
t he latter had shot a yard. Pat Smith
made it first down on Cornell's 33-
yard line. Bard replaced Miller for
Cornell. The Red line held and a
short forward pass failed. It was
Cornell's ball on her own 35-yard line.
Shiverick made 10 yards. Cornell's'-
forward pass was intercepted by Maul-
betsch on Cornell's 48-yard line.
Zeiger circled Ryerson for eight yards.
The Dutchman ploughed his way
through tackle for first down, the ball
resting on Cornell's 37-yard line. Peach
dropped back behind the line, Zeiger
threw a short lateral pass to Peach,
v ho hurled a long 30-yard pass to
Dunne. Morrie caught the leather on
the 10-yard line, and raced for a touch-
down. Maulbetsch's trial for goal hit
the posts and bounded back.
Score: Michigan 20, Cornell 6.
Raymond again kicked off, the ball
going over Cornell's last trench. On
two plays Speed made four yards.
jI[off man made first down on his own
30-yard line. Shiverick traveled be-
i yod Peach for eight yards. Cornell
was penalized to her own 33-yard line
afte, she had carried the ball to the
middle of the field. Shiverick threw
a pass to Eckley and the Cornell end
Svas thrown on the 50-yard line. Shiv-
erick threw a short pass to Speed, and
the back raced all the way to Michi-
gan's 15-yard line. The Wolverine

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