Football: Michigan Played a Strong Game
(scratch); distance, 32 icct 4 Inches. FOOTBALL. Michi&au Plnyed a Strong- Game. Ann Arbor, Mich., October 17. (Special.) The croakers are silent to-night, for the U. of 31. team showed flue form In its game with Olivet this afternoon. Less than tea times did Olivet make any gain with the hall at all, and only three times did she get the requisite live yards. The interference put up by Michigan was flue and the team pjnyed n snappy game all through. Jlichlgau's line was strengthened by the presence of Vllln, who Is playing better ball than ever. Heonloger also distinguished himself us a ground -gainer, and Forbert put up Ids old-time game at half. Olivet showed a fairly heavy team, but were not well enough up on the game. Olivet kicked off live times in the first half and each time Michigan returned the ball uninterruptedly down the field for a touchdown lu live or six minutes. Olivet got the ball on a return punt after the ihlrd touch and Lang made her first and almost her only gain. Coal was missed on three of the live touchdowns, leaving the score U-l to 0 iu the 25-mluute half. The second luilf was merely a repetition of the iirst, 3Ilchlgan scoring four touchdowns at regular iutervals. The tackle plays and criss-cross passes worked to good advantage In this half. The liue-up was as follows: Michigan. Position. Olivet. Greeuleiif Left end Watson Villa Lett tackle Gates Carr.. Left guard ........Mania Smith Center Capt. Flugg Heuuliiger. Klght guard Butler Yotit Might tackle StecUle Haddeu Kight end Sinclair Capt. Haird Quarter Kllpatrick Fei-bert Left half Lang Klchards Kiirht'halC Mapes liver Hull huek Sehulu Touchdowns-Henulnger 2. Leonard. 1-Vrbert 2. Klchards and Villa 2, Tout. Substitutes Nlnde for Carr, Leonard for Ferbert. Freund for Klehards, Dibble for Gates. Cmpi re-liar tells, Michigan. Referees Brooks, Howard. Lindsman, ltlooiulng-ston.