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MICHIGAN, TEAM
IN NINTHPLC
Overton, Intereollegiate Cross Country
Chanipion, Only Man to"De-
feat Eddie
CORNELL 8QUAD WINS WITH EASE
(Courtesy of Detroit Free Press.)
New Haven, Nov. 25.-In one of the
most spectacular races in years, Eddie
Carroll finished second to Johnny
Overton of Yale in the intercollegiate

JUN/OH[ITS AND
TAE IG HR
PYET :.BlAE 1)EFENSE OF SAW-
l1,N TOO MTCJL FOR
1I8 MEN
FINAL COUNT TOTALS 26 TO 6
14ser' S 2 (' 0 Cones When
Browni (ace Pa 1%11ss aind Rlifis

cross country run at New Haven. Over-for'
ton won the race with a time of 35
minutes, 30 and 4-5 seconds, while Ploughing th
Eddie Carroll followed in 35 minutes, at will and res
49 and 1-5 seconds. Wenz of Cor--'atowalldefr
nell took third place, running the six1s=cedoffef
miles in 35 minutes;58 and 2-5 seconds ( carrid off
with Dempsey of Maine finishing sef yestrday,
fourth.defeatin the
Cornell won the meet with 38 points Ii site of ta
to her credit, with Yale upsetting the cover d groud
dope and taking second place in the atorthy t
classic, totaling 99 counters. Syracuseottatorsnearly t
took third place, with 115 points; Hiar- uiesso
fourth, with 120, Maine fifthor
with 123;tDartmouth sixth, with 133, biin bdeir
Penn seventh, with 170; Princeton bonband.'
eighth, with 172; Michigan ninth, with ed down fromt
193; Penn State tenth, with 310, and lowed by a ht
College of the City of New York elev- rooters and als
enth, with 328. Cornell easily took Ae't between
honors, landing five individual places DfctOrS
out of the first 13. The Ithacans had The game its
a margin of 61 points over their near- superior playin
est rivals of Yale. With the exception no thme were t
of the winning berth all the other. beaten and on
places were taken only after a hard able to gain c
battle. Harvard and Maine had a dif- enld runs of 11
ference of three points and Penn and by Barnard, th
Princeton a difference of only two. coupled with an
This is the second time Overton has formed an obs;
taken the cross country championship, literary men.
the Yale star retaining the honor two featured by o
years consecutively. Windnagle, the speedy little ha
intercollegiate mile champion, finished Ifiedic eleven ga
ninth in the race, Wenz, Dresser, and sorted to hicki
McDermick of Cornell all three beating also i this ha
their teammate. Syracuse rather when Brown ca
spread the butter on thick, taking yards for a to
third place, although only one Orange and half Hamil
runner, Watson, finished among the team mates w
first 16. Harvard got one of the early watched but thi
places, King running sixth. Yale cap- I'even from du
tured three out of 16; Maine, two; nade in the fir
Princeton, two; Dartmouth, one, and Yake F
Michigan, one. Following is the wa~y 'Thr medicss
the individual runners placed up to th quarterWith t
the sixteenth position: Overton, Yale; Sears. The lit
Carroll, Michigan; Wenz, Cornell; and bunted tot
Dempsey, Maine; Dresser, Cornell; Two penalties
King, Harvard; Watson, Syracuse; Mc- tors much and
Dermick, Cornell; Windnagle, Cornell; Hyde, and lari
Thompson, Yaleu Preti, Maine; Shot-I went over for
well, Princeton; Boynton, Cornell; kicked goal.
Levine, Yale; Crnino, Princeton, and , The medicst
Smith, Dartmouth. They received
The showing of the Wolverines is but lost it aga
highly creditable considering the com- trceepted a pas
petition and the lack of experience ofisecond quarter
the majority, of the Maize and Blue own kfive-yard.
harriers. Due to the number of en- Brown kicked.
tries, no dope as to how the individual Haimill and Hyd
members of the team placed could be line for six mc
obtained, with the exception of Mr. at goal.
Carroll. Brown
A large crowd witnessed the race The juniors
to the extent to which it could be fol-, fter a gain an
lowed. Several hundred. spectators !unted for the
were gathered about the Yale track play Brown ca
house and at the finish on Yale field over half the l
near the bowl. touchdown. T

Touchdown
rough their op ponents
senti ng an Impregnable
nse,, [ob Watson's med-
the campus champion-
afternoon by decisively
inior lits 26 to 6.
he cold wind and snow-
the contest proved to
raction and many spec-
roze in order to be eye
he fray. The medics
y, turned out en masse
own skull and cross-
is organization march-
the medic building fol-
undred and some odd
o furnished the amuse-
halves.
Play Good Ball
elf was marked by the
ig of the doctors. At
hey in danger of being
the other hand were
onsistently. The long
amill, the cross bucks
le plunging of Hyde,
a unusually strong line,
tacle too great for the
During the first half
ong end runs of the
lfback Mr. Hamill, the
ained with ease and re-
ig only once. It was
lf that the lits scored
ught a pass and ran 60
uchdown. In the see-
I found that he and his
re being more closely
is did not prevent the
plicating the score of 13
st two quarters
irst Touchdown
started off the first
Le wind and kicked to
s were unable to gain
the center of the field.
did not retard the doe
after runs by Hamill,
nard the last mentioned
a touchdown. Novy
then kicked to Winch,
the ball on a fumble
ain when Adrianse in-
s. The lits started the
with the ball on their
line. Unable to gain,
lfter long gains by
de, Barnard crossed the
re points. Novy failed
Intercepts Pass
kiclked to the medics.
nd a penalty the latter
first time. On the first
aught a pass and ran
ength of the field for a
he lits kicked off to
Jill

Hyde and Hamill failed to gain for the
first time as the half ended.
At the beginning of the second half
lamill failed twice and then kicked.
Hyde intercepted a pass. After an
exchange of kicks the ball was carried
to the lits' one-yard line. Badgley
scored a tochdown, but there was no
goal.
The last touchdown came in the
fourth carter. Adrianse gained a
short distance and Brown punted. The
medics marched down the field and
hyde went over for the score. Novy
kicked the goal. Score, medics 26,
junior lits 6. The medics kicked off
and recovered the ball shortly after
and were attempting passes as the
game ended.
The lineup
Medics. Junior Lits.
Sherwood ....... L. E...........Brown
Adams .......... L. T........Giessing'
Ilaughey ......... L.G.......... Pence
Cudney......... C.........Motulsky
Novy............R. G. Hollenbeck
Graff..........R. T.......Edwards
AndreasE........ ..........Sears
Badgley.........Q.......Wollford
Hamill ........L. H... Schermerhorn
Barnard. ....... R. H...... Adrianse
Hyde..........F.B........Winch
Touchdowns - Barnard 2, Badgley,
Hyde,2Brown. Goals from touchdown,
Novy 2.
Referee, Maulbetsch. Umpire, Hehor.
H-ead linesman, McGinnis.
Substitutes: Stinson for Sherwood;
Norton for Haughey, Kerwin for Cud-
ney, McKelvey for Barnard, Foster for
Adams, Woessner for Graff, O'Brien
for Novy, Schumaker for Hollenbeck.
Say, Boy, Please Page Adam
London, Nov. 25.-The Garden of
Eden is the same old garden. A To-
ronto army surgeon reported that his
surgical kit was stolen one night as
he slept in the cradle of original sin.

CAPTAIN MAULBETSCH SECOND
Oliphant Only Man to Score More
Points Than Dutchman
There was no change of leadership
in either the high team or individual
score standing as a result of the foot-
ball games up until yesterday. Georgia
Tech still headed the elevens of the
east and adjoining territory with a
total of 387 points for eight games.
Penn State moved into second place
with 348, while Vanderbilt dropped to
third. Minnesota advanced from sixth
to fourth place. Brown and Pittsburg,
although undefeated to date, have not
accumulated the totals of some of the
other college teams, owing to the cali-
ber of the opponents faced this season.
In the individual scoring class 011-
phant, the former Purdue star now
playing half back for the Army, held
first place with a total of 103 points,
and Maulbetsch of Michigan was sec-
ond, with seven points less. Gilroy of
Georgetown made a big leap during
the week and is now in third place
with eighty points; Cofall of Notre
Dame, Gerrish of Dartmouth, and Mc-
Creight of Washington and Jefferson,
complete the list of the first six.
The leading teams in scoring and the
individual players who have totaled
40 or more points are as follows:
I'eam Scoring.
Games. Totals.

Ga
Army ..................
Dartmouth .............
Muhlenberg ............
Louisiana ..............
W. and L...............
W. and J...............
Auburn ................
Colgate..............
Harvard ...............

8
9
8
8
8
9
8
8
9

219
266
195
194
194
194
191
190
184
Field

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Individual Scoring.
Touch-

Player. T.D.
Oliphant, Army.....12
Maulbetsch, Mich..12
Gilroy, Georget'n...10
Cofall,Notre Dame. 10
Gerrish, Dartm'th.. 9
M'Creight, W. & J..11
Pollard, Brown....12
M'Quade, Georget'n.10
Sprafka, Minn ..... 10
Mueller, Cornell... .10
Hess, Penn State:.. 9
Rafter, Syracuse... 9
Brown, Syracuse... 7
Hastings, Pitts..... 9
Wyman, Minnesota. 8
Long, Minnesota... 8
Paston, Minnesota.. 5
Ingram, Navy...... 8
Devitalis, Brown.... 4
Macomber, Illinois. 5
Sparks, Michigan... 7
De Hart, Pittsburg. 7
LeGore, Yale......6
Purdy, Brown......7

G.
22
21
20
15
19
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
10
0
0
18
0
23
10
1
0
3
0

F.D.
3
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
0

Pts.
103
96
80
78
76
74
72
60
60
60
54
54
49
49
48
48
48
48
47
46
46
42
42
42

Georgia Tech...........
Penn State ..............
Vanderbilt .............
Minnesota ..............
Georgetown..........
Syracuse ...............
Michigan ...............
Brown .................
Notre Dame ............ .
Pittsburg ..............

8
9
8
6
7
8
9
8
7
7

mes. Totals.

GIFTS

387
348
328
299
287
255
255
254
227
225

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