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EDDIE ARROLL LEADS
RUNNERS AT LANSING
All-Fresh Runners Win Their Race
With M. A. C. Freshmen
by Six Points
Michigan won the state cross coun-
try meet yesterday with a margin of
eight points over her nearest com-
petitor. Albion placed second in the
race, M. A. C., third, and Western
Normal, fourth.
Eddie Carroll took individual honors
when he finished first in the meet,
running the three and one-half miles
in 17 minutes and 11 seconds. The
Michigan crack led the field by 27
seconds, his nearest opponent, Adding-
ton of Albion. finishing the run in 17
minutes and 38 seconds. Captain
Kuivenen of the Wolverine cross coun-
try team, placed third in the meet
with Bachtel running fourth, giving
Michigan a total of eight points.
The Maize and Blue freshmen also
drew the winning end of their part
of the race, defeating the M. A. C.
freshmen by a six-point margin. The
scores of the two yearling teams were:
Michigan All-Fresh, 52; M. A. C. All-
Fresh, 58.
The double victory of the Varsity
and All-Fresh cross country teams at
Lansing is an indication of the im-
provement in the squad since the meet
with gyracuse three weeks ago. The
weather was ideal for the race and the
men were in good condition, in. spite
of the lack of workouts during the first
part of last week.
Following are the teams in order of
places in the meet and the men of
each who finished:
Michigan-Carroll, Kuivenen (cap-
tain), and Bachtel. Total points, 8.
Albion-Addington, Hoffstater, and
Habin. Total points, 16.
M. A. C.-Longnecker, Warren, and
Allen. Total points, 32.
Western State Normal-Smitz and
Brown. Third man failed to finish.
Michigan All - Fresh - Aldridge,
Moore. and McCarthy. Total points, 52.
M. A. C. All-Fresh - Hutchings,
Guernaman, and Barnett. Total points,
58.
DETAIL PLAY OF THE
PENN-MICHIGAN SAME
The Pennsylvania team was the first
to appear on the field coming on to
the gridiron at 1:45 o'clock. The Mich-
igan team followed a few moments
later, headed by Captain Maulbetsch.
The Michigan Varsity Band marched
under the east goal posts a few min-
utes later and was given a rousing
reception by the rooters.
Pennsylvania won the toss and elect-
ed to defend the west goal. Phil
Raymond kicked off promptly at 2
o'clock to Bell; who was thrown on
the Pennsylvania 23-yard line. Berry
punted on the first play, the ball went
outside on Michigan's 28-yard lfne.
Sparks was thrown for a 10-yard loss.
Sparks was thrown for another loss.
Sparks dropped back to punt and
4icked to Berry on Michigan's 35-
yard sine, Berry returned along the
north side of the field to the 10-yard
line. Derr made four yards.
Bell plowed through center for an-
other yard. Derr hit tackle and was
4owned on Michigan's 1-yard line. It
was first down for Pennsylvania. Ber-
ry circled Michigan's right end for

a touchdown. Barely four minutes
had been consumed. Derr goaled.
Score: Pennsylvania, 7; Michigan, 0.
Raymond kicked off to Derr who re-
turned to Pennsylvania's 42-yard line. .
Light was - thrown for no gain by
Smith.
Urquhart caught a short pass and
was thrown on Michigan's 44-y ,4
line. Berry failed to gain. Rehor
broke up an attcntpt at for ward pass.
Peunsylvania tried another pass
but Sparks broke up the play.
perry tried a field goal on the 40-yard
line and it was Michigan's ball on the
V Yard line. Maulbetsch ploughed
through tackle for 4 yards.
Pat Smith was thrown for no gain.
Smith drove through center for a
yard. Sparks punted and it was Penn-
sylvania's ball on their own 47-yard
line. Bell was thrown for a yard loss.
Pennsylvania tried another short pass
and gained 15 yards.
Another pass yielded 2 yards. Ber-
ry circled Peach and was thrown on
Michigan's 47-yard line. Derr gained
two yards and Pennsylvania was pen-
alized for holding. Bell threw another
pass but it was grounded. On a trick
n1T Tiht ran around Dunne and

was thrown on Michigan's 33-yard line.
Pennsylvania threw another pass
but Rehor intercepted, and it was
Michigan's ball on the 28-yard line.
Michigan's backfield fumbled and lost
2 yards. Sparks shot through for 2
yards. Michigan was penalized 5
yards. Raymond punted to Bell and
Weiman threw him in his tracks.
Pennsylvania's ball on Michigan's
47-yard line.
Light was nailed by Dunne for no
gain and Peach and Niemann threw
Berry for no gain. Niemann broke up
an attempt to pass. Berry punted
outside on Michigan's 23-yard line.
Maulie fell and failed to gain. Sparks
tried to circle Miller but was thrown
for a yard loss. Raymond punted to
Bell and Weiman threw the Pennsyl-
vania quarterback in his tracks.
Derr plowed through the left side
of Michigan's line for a 10-yard gain.
Derr tried right end and added 5
more. Light plunged through center
and gained 3 yards. Derr was thrown
for no gain.
It was fourth down but Derr circled
Dunne's end for 7 yards. Penn is on
Michigan's 15-yard line. Rehor drop-
ped Bell for no gain just as the
quarter closed. Score: Pennsylvania,
7; Michigan, 0.
Second Quarter
Berry dropped back to the 17-yard
line and kicked a perfect goal. Score:
Pennsylvania, 10; Michgan, 0.
Raymond kicked off to Berry who
was thrown on the Penn 17-yard line.
Smith and Dunne stopped Berry for
no gain. Derr made 6 yards through
center. Light made a first down for
Penn.
Berry slipped and fell and lost 2
yards. Berry punted to Sparks who
returned 25 yards to Penn's 35-yard
line. Sparks made 25 yards. Maulie
tried center and gained a yard. Sparksi
thrown for no gain.1
Sparks threw a long pass but Berry
intercepted, Penn's ball on their own
23-yard line. Light stopped for noI
gain. Derr was thrown for a yard7
loss by Rehor and Niemann. Berry
punted to Sparks and he was thrown
in his tracks. Pat Smith gained a
yard through center. Raymond doveI
over the line and added 2 yards. Sparks
was''thrown for no gain. Phil Ray-
mond dropped back and punted over,
the Penn goal line. Ball was put in1
play on the 20-yard line.
Michigan line smothered Derr and
he failed to gain. Berry shot throughI
tackle for 5 yards. Berry dropped<
back to punt but he was thrown, and
it was Michigan's ball on Penn's 20-
yard line. Maulie failed to gain.I
Sparks gained a yard.I
Maulie was forced outside by Miller7
and there was no advance. Pat Smith
threw a long pass over Penn's goal
line and it was Penn's ball on Mich-I
igan's 20-yard line. The Penn teamf
had held Michigan for three succes-
sive downs, making a pass necessary.
Berry added a yard through tackle.
Derr was thrown for a yard loss. Bell
added another yard. Berry punted to
Sparks and he was dropped in mid-I
field. Smith threw a pass to Bulli
Dunne and the Michigan man was
thrown on Penn's 27-yard line. BergI
replaced Mathews. Sparks tried af
wide end run but was forced outside
for no gain. Berry intercepted Mich-
igan's forward pass and it was Penn's
ball on her own 12-yard line. Berry
failed to gain. Berry was thrown byI
Weske for no gain.s
Derr added 2 yards. Berry puntf
was blocked and the ball went toI
Michigan on Penn's 37-yard line. PeachI
was injured and taken out of the game. *
Martens replaced Peach. Penn wasJ
penalized 5 yards for roughness. Penn1
was again penalized 5 yards for

roughness. Smith threw a pass to
Maulbetsch, and it was Michib'. gs hall
on Penn's 20-yard line. Sxi lh threw
another pass but it was grounded.
Smith threw sfl7i ,nother. pass but it
was groia d over the goal line, It
wa1 Penn's ball on their 20 3 6rd line.
The half closed as Vkisr advanced 2f
yards. Sfre j ennsylvania, 10;
SECtND I AXP
T1N ( Quarter
Derr kicked (if and Weiman was1
thrown on Miellgan's 36-yard line.c
Sparks added a yard, Maulie shoti
through tackle fox , yards. Raymond
dropped back ard punted outside
Penn's 10-yard lineg
Berry ran from pit formation and
gained 1 yard. He tred the same playI
again. Derr was tliwn by Wei an
for no gain. rry dropped baek toI
punt ot' the kick 's blocked andz
we. outside on the 'enn's 35-yardt
line. {
Maulie made 4 yards, sparks added
another yard around Ailler. Pat
Smith plowed through for first down

on Penn's 25-yard line. Maulie tried
to go through the line but did not gain.
Sparks circled Urquhart's end for 5
yards. Maulbetsch plowed for Mich-
gan's second first down, the ball on
Penn's 14-yard line.
Sparks circled Penn's left end for 2
yards. Michigan was penalized 5
yards. Sparks gained 5 yards. Sparks
tried Penn's left tackle but did not
gain. Pat Smith thrown outside on
a wide end run and with Michigan's
ball on the Penn's 12-yard line.
Michigan tried a fake play but was
thrown for a 5-yard loss and it was
Penn's ball. Berry failed to gain.
Berry lost a yard. Berry dropped
back to punt and it was Michigan's
ball on Penn's 44-yard line. Sparks
ran from punt formation but failed to
gain.
Phil Raymond tried Miller's end but
slipped and did not gain. Sparks
threw a pass to Dunne but the ball fell
out of Maurie's hands. Raymond
punted outside. Martens threw Berry,
for no gain. Berry hit center for no
gain. Berry added a yard. Berry
punted to Sparks on Penn's 47-yard
line.
Penn was penalized 20 yards. A.
Wray replaced L. Wray. Sparks,
pierced Urquhart's end for 4 yards. The
ball is on Penn's 15-yard line. Smith
plunged through for first down.
Sparks failed to gain. Maulie made 4
yards. Sparks made another yard. It;
is fourth down and 5 yards to go.
Sparks threw a short pass to Maulie,
gaining 5 yards, and first down. MaulieI
added 2 yards. Maulie added another
yard. The ball is on Penn's 1-yard
line.-
Penn stopped Maulie within a foot
of the line. The third quarter closed
at this point, within a foot of the line.
Fourth Quarter
Smith dove over the line for a touch-
down. Captain Maulbetsch kicked
goal. Score: Pennsylvania, 10; Mich-
igan. 7.
Derr kicked off to Rehor who was
thrown on Michigan's 40-yard line.
Raymond gained a yard. Smith stop-
ped for no gain. On a tackle around
play Weiman failed to gain. Raymond
punted to Bell who was dropped in
his tracks on the Penn 30-yard line.
Bull Dunne- threw Berry. Berry
punted to Sparks and he returned 5
yards to Michigan's 40-yard line.
Maulie hit center for 1 yard. Smith
tried to carry the ball from punt for-
mation, but was thrown for a 3-yard
loss. Raymond punted to Bell who
signaled for a fair catch on the 33-
yard line. Bell gained 5 yards,
Sparks threw Derr for a 2-yard loss.
Berry ran around left end for 12 yards
Bell made a fist down on Penn's 44-
yard line. Berry dodged through
Michigan's team for 8 yards. Derr
failed to gain. Penn tried a short pas
but it was wild. Berry was thrwn
for no gain.
Bell tried another pass but it was
grounded. Berry punted out of bounds
on Michigan's 12yard line. Maulbetsch
gained 4 yards. Pat Smith added an-
other yard. Raymond's punt was
blocked and Michigan recovered the
ball. Raymond punted to Bel who
fumbled on Michigan's 4Syar line,
but he recovered. Light shot through
for 5 yards. Berry was thrown witJ
out a gain,
Bell shot a short pass W'ich hit the
ground. Berry punted but theball
went outsid ohMichigan's 10-yard
line, 9Tarks rounded Penn's right end
%r 8 yards. Berry knocked down
Smith's pass. Raymond kicked to Bell
who was thrown on Penn's 49-yard
line. Zeiger replaced Sparks. Derr
went through Michigan's line for 6
yards. Derr added 5 more on the same
play. Berry ,circled Michigan's left

end for 8 yards.
Derr was thrown after he had ad-
ded a yard. Game ended.
Final Score: Pennsylvania, 10;
Michigan, 7.
Chicago Students Go to Urbana
Chicago, Nov. 18.-Over 500 students
from the University of Chicago went to
Urbana today for the Illinois game. The
Maroons left Chicago in a body.

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MEDICS SCORE 7 POINTS
TO SENIOR ENGINEERS 0
Score Comes When Barnard Falls on
Medic Fumble Back of
Goal Line.
In one of the snappiest interclass
games of the season the medics won
from the senior engineers yesterday
morning by the count of 7 to 0. Both
teams were in the best of form. The
engineers showed remarkable ability
as exponents of the stone wall when
they held their opponents on their
own one yard line for four downs.
A similar situation occured in the sec-
ond half, but on a fumble the ball
went over the line and was recovered
by Barnard. The goal was success-1
fully kicked. The engineers threaten-
ed to score in the second half, but on;
failing to gain passed and lost the
ball.
The backfields of both teams were
working well, Hammels and Hyde, of
the medics, and Walterhouse and Don-
dero, of the engineers, making gains.
Baker played a good game on the de-c
fense.1
The lineup:f
Medics -- Andreas, L.e.; Graff, l.t.;l
Novy, 1.g.; Kerwin, c.; Haughey, r.g.;
Adams, r.t.; Sherwood, r.e.; Badgely,E
q.; Hammels, l.h.; Barnard, r.h.;
Hyde, f.b.3
Engineers-Baker, L.e.; Crandall, 1.t
t.; Bedford, l.g.; Hyde, c.; Bleckie, r.
g.; Patterson, r.t.; Smith, r.e.; Don-

deco, q.; Kohr, I.h.; Walterhouse, r.h.;
Taylor, f.b.
JUNIOR LITS WIN FROM
FRESH LAWS, 7 TO 2
Brown-from-Adrianse Passing Com-
bination Brings Tally; Laws
Score Safety
In a tight and well-fought game the
junior lits defeated the fresh laws yes-
terday morning in the campus cham-
pionship by a score of 7 to 2. This
places the lits In a position to decide
the championship with the medics,
who won from the senior engineers by
a score of 7 to 0.
When Schermerhorn ran 25 yards in
the first quarter from his own 30-yard
line, the advance was started which
gave the lits their score, which was
made on the next play when Brown
took a pass from Adrianse on the 10-
yard line and then crossed the white
mark. Adrianse kicked goal.
A safety brought the lawmakers a
score when Brown was' forced back
over his line when he was punting. At
the start of the game the laws march-
ed down the field to the lits' 12-yard
line, where they were held for downs.
Brown, Adrianse, and Schermerhorn
starred for the winners, while John-
son and Perry did clever work for the
laws. Neither team could gain through
the line. The winners made their
gains by end runs.
The victors lined up as follows:

Brown, I.e.; Giessing, l.t.; Pence, l.g.;
Motulsky, c.; Edwards, r.g.; Hollen-
beck, r.t.; Sears, r.e.; Wellford, q.;
Schumacher and Schermerhorn, l.h.;
Adrainse, r.h.; Reem, f.b.
Touchdown: Brown. Goal after
touchdown: Adrianse. Safety scored
by fresh laws.
SOPH ENGINEERS BEAT 3-LAWS
Boilermakers Win, 26-0, Through Work
of Zoellin and Garrett
By defeating the junior laws 26 to 0
yesterday morning, the soph engineers
gained a chance to try for the third
set of numerals in interclass football,
and will play off the next round Wed-
nesday afternoon. The full boiler-
maker team had no trouble in beating
the nine-man law team.
Zoellin and Garrett each crossed
the line twice, and Martin booted goals
after two of the touchdowns. Garrett
nearly added another tally wherj he
caught a pass and ran 20 yards to be
downed seven yards from goal. Gor-
ham made some good gains for the
laws, and was active at defense, but
at no time did his team get within
striking distance of the enemies' goal.
The lineup was as follows: Junior
laws-Ireland, I.e.; Paley, l.g.; Harlan,
c.; Potts, r.t.; Cotton, r.e.; Kammerer,
q.; Houghton, I.h.; Gorham, r.h.; Cox
f.b. Soph engineers-Parr, l.e.; Lewis,
I.t.; Sommers and White, l.g.; Ren-
wick, c.; Nyman, r.t.; Cooper, r.g.;
Martin, r.e.; Zipp, q.; Zoellin, l.h.;
Pettyjohn, r.h.; Garrett, f.b.
Touchdowns-Zoellin 2, Garrett 2.
Goals after touchdown-Martin 2.

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Gloves
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Reefers
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Out-of-doors
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Fresh Lits Play Dents Tomorrow
The football game between the fresh
lits and the dents in the interclass
championship, which was scheduled for
yesterday morning, will be played at
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Colgate Likes Numbering Players
'Hamilton, N. Y., Nov. 18.-Colgate
authorities are well satisfied with the
experiment of numbering players,
which was tried out this year. If
nothing occurs to change the view of
the officials the players will keep their1
numbers in future years.
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